Destinations from Stockholm Skavsta

See all destinations from Stockholm Skavsta Airport. For more information on schedule and booking, please visit the respective airline website. From 1st of April Norwegian will fly to Alicante and Malaga.

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Alicante - Spain

Alicante - Spain

Everyone’s favourite and then

Visit Alicante and you don’t have to choose between sun and sand, vibrant city streets, quaint neighbourhoods, and a rich history. Alicante has it all!

For an idyllic beach to enjoy the sun, swimming, and beach sports there’s the Playa de Postiguet with its soft sand and crystal-clear water. If you are looking for a quieter beach, Playa de San Juan is a short bus ride away.

In Alicante city centre you have shopping and an urban vibe, and every Sunday the popular antiques market at the city hall humming with life.

Feel the city energy of the palm-lined promenade Explanada de España. But then take off into the charming old backstreets of El Barrio de Santa Cruz and wonder at the fifteenth-century San Nicholas Cathedral and fourteenth-century Basilica of Santa María.

For another highlight, why not visit Santa Bárbara Castle on Mount Benacantil, one of Alicante’s many attractions that makes it the city with everything and then some.

For timetables and tickets, see norwegian.com

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Malaga - Spain

Malaga - Spain

Food, buzz, and people

So much to do, so much to see, so many taste memories to take home. Malaga is the port city on the Costa del Sol with masses to offer!

Malaga has historic monuments and fascinating museums that show contemporary art and historical collections. Don’t miss the museum to its most famous son: the Picasso Museum, in one of Malaga’s most beautiful old buildings, the Buenavista Palace.

There’s a reason people pick Malaga for its sun, sea, and sand, and with 14 km of beaches and charming cafes, bars, and sports, it’s the top choice on the Costa del Sol. Food, glorious food. In Malaga, foodies will find thrilling taste experiences at every turn. It has it all, from gourmet restaurants to simple street food, and the city bodegas serving Malaga Dulce, the sweet wine of the region. With every visit to Malaga you’ll find there is so much more to discover!

For timetables and tickets, see norwegian.com  

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Gdansk - Poland

Gdansk - Poland

Popular weekend city

Gdansk is one of Poland’s oldest cities and was an important port city during the Middle Ages. Walk on cobbled streets in the old town where you will also find the world’s largest brick church. The square, Długi Targ, in the middle of the city is lined with nice buildings, bars and cafes.

In summer, the Polish Riviera attracts the neighboring towns of Sopot and Gdynia. The easiest way to get here is by tram or taxi.

See the city from above with the Ferris wheel Ambersky Gdansk located on the Motlawa canal.

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Warsaw - Poland

Warsaw - Poland

Europe's new hipster capital

Poland’s capital has recently gone from a gray and gloomy communist city to a vibrant metropolis with a wide range of entertainment. Have a coffee in the sun or lunch on an outdoor terrace in the narrow cobbled alleys of the old town. Have a drink at the Skybar in Marriott hotels and look out over the entire city. Finish with a nightclub visit, many of the clubs only close when the last guest goes home.

Do not miss the museum dedicated to the city’s great son, Frédéric Chopin. The old sheets with handwritten notes testify to the enormous work behind his place among the greats of classical music.

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Budapest - Hungary

Budapest - Hungary

City weekend

The city is, with the river Danube, and its historic buildings listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The capital of Hungary is full of beautiful buildings, exciting sights and really good restaurants.

Budapest has the most thermal baths and spas among all the capitals of the world, which makes it an excellent choice for a spa weekend abroad.

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Tirana - Albania

Tirana - Albania

Visit Albania

Tirana is something of a hidden gem in the Balkan area. Just recently open for tourism, the modern Tirana is full of restaurants, nightlife and hotels, and has become a vibrant and cosmopolitan city to explore.

Tirana is often called “the colorful city”, due to many buildings are painted in bright colors.

In the city center you will find the Skanderberg square, with the famous Et’hem Bey Mosque.

Worth a visit is also Parku i Madh (Grand Park) with the artificial lake, where many Tirana citizens go for a relaxing time, fishing, bathing or having a picnic in the green.

Tirana is situated just 40 km from the Adriatic Sea, where you, amongst other, will find the historic city of Durrësi with an interesting history and beautiful beaches.

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Belgrade - Serbia

Belgrade - Serbia

"The new Berlin"

The Serbian capital Belgrade is one of Europe’s oldest capitals, and its name means “White City” in Serbian. The city is located where the rivers Danube and Sava meet, where the castle Kalegmedan watches over the city from its cliff and offers a glorious view. Belgrade is sometimes also called “little Berlin”. In the bohemian quarter Skadarlija you will find a bustling crowd among the district’s many bars and cafes, and down the river the boat clubs are crowded with an intense nightlife. Also, do not miss the parade street Knez Mihailova, where you can stroll between all the shops, cafes and restaurants, or to visit any of the city’s many markets.

For timetables and tickets, please visit wizzair.com.

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Banja Luka - Bosnia & Herzegovina

Banja Luka - Bosnia & Herzegovina

Fly to Banja Luka with WizzAir

Banja Luka in the northern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina is the second largest city of the country. The river Vrbas divide the city and the region is famous for its greenery, both the parks and the tree-lined streets, as well as the surrounding woods. Lots of things are waiting for the adventurous, such as rafting, horseback riding, fishing and hiking.

Read more about the city on Banja Luka Tourism.

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Bucharest - Romania

Bucharest - Romania

Discover Romania

Discover the capital of Romania, a charming city with parks, palaces, historic buildings, lush squares and exciting nightlife.

Bucharest has many new trendy restaurants that have opened all over the city in recent years. Previously, the focus was on traditional Romanian cuisine, today it´s mixed up with all the world’s cuisine in combination with Romanian. If you want to listen to classical music, visit Ateneul Român, the city’s circular concert hall with a domed roof.

You land at Henri Coandă International Airport about 1.6 km north of the city.

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Krakow - Poland

Krakow - Poland

Poland's second largest city

Krakow offers an exciting mix of history, art, science, gastronomy and shopping. Here you will find cozy pubs, fine restaurants and good nightclubs. The low prices and exciting experiences mean that many are attracted here, to lively squares, fairytale castles with pinnacles and towers, history and entertainment.

Do not miss the Jewish Quarter in Krakow. In addition to a lot of cozy bars and cafes, the area is known for its large murals on the old buildings.

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Skopje - North Macedonia

Skopje - North Macedonia

A gem in the Balkans

Skopje, the capital of North Macedonia, offers historical sights and a huge selection of cafes and cozy restaurants. Don’t miss the famous Dušan Bridge over the Vardar River in central Skopje.

Skopje has been renovated, the infrastructure has improved and the price level is low. There has never been a better time to visit the country than now!

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