All inner-city harbours are equipped for international cruise ship arrivals. Their central location makes Stockholm a unique cruise destination with city sights, museums and galleries, shopping, cafés and restaurants all within easy reach.
Piers in Stockholm
Nybroviken 5: Right in the city centre, 5 min walk to the Old Town.
Skeppsbron: Next to the Royal Palace in the Old Town. Walking distance to most shops and attractions.
Mooring Bouy: Right in the Old Town. Walking distance to most shops and attractions.
Stadsgården 160: 10 min walk to the Old Town; 20 min to the city centre.
Stadsgården 165/167: 20 min walk to the Old Town; 30 min to the city centre; 10 min by taxi or bus.
Värtahamnen 523: 3 km; 10 min by taxi or 20 min by bus.
Frihamnen 650: 3 km; 10 min by taxi or 20 min by bus.
Frihamnen 634/638: 3 km; 10 min by taxi or 20 min by bus.
Stockholm Cruise Center, Frihamnen 638
Tourist Information Centers
Tourist Information Centers are located at Frihamnen 638 and Stadsgården 165/167 quays, and are open during cruise calls. For a list of all the tourist information centers in Stockholm, please click here.
Available at the quays and in Tourist Information Centers.
Shopping opportunities in port areas
Souvenir shops are located in Tourist Information Centers.
Stockholm Cruise Service, open during calls.
Available in Stockholm Cruise Center Frihamnen.
Numerous currency exchange offices are located in the city centre. Euros, US dollars and credit cards are widely accepted.
No ATMs are available in port areas, but there are plenty in the city centre.
Internet access is available at the Tourist Information Centres at the quays, at the Stockholm Tourist Centre and at various cafés throughout the city.
These are available at Tourist Information Centres.
Stamps and post box services are available at Tourist Information Centres in the ports.