Are you ready for magical Stockholm?

- an experience with a taste of the Nordic region

At Norwegian, we love to discover new places, and we’d like to take you to a world that you never even knew existed – to a living mix of tradition, mystery and design. We therefore decided to offer direct flights to Stockholm from New York and Bangkok. And so now we ask you: Are you ready for Scandinavia?

Follow your dreams towards the north
Here’s how it can feel if you take your dream seriously: You wake up and hear the lapping of waves, the cries of seagulls and the wind rustling through the trees. Sunlight glimmers between the rooftops, hits your eyes, and forces you to get up. Suddenly, you also hear the sounds of the city. You hear people, recognise the smell of freshly-brewed coffee. You are in Stockholm, in a world where princes and princesses don’t only exist in fairy tales.

Where your neighbour has never been
With the hustle and bustle of everyday life, it can be wonderful to dream yourself away to exotic climes. But the exotic doesn’t have to mean pure white beaches, eating beetles or playing with monkeys. The exotic is the feeling of doing something you’ve never done before – of seeing something you have never seen.

Stockholm serves you Scandinavia on a plate. Among the modern high-rise buildings and little old wooden houses, through narrow streets and over small bridges, you’ll discover the soul of Stockholm. Humble smiles wish you welcome, art encourages you to play, and the city’s facades relate stories from hundreds of years ago.

If you are looking for the exotic, you are looking for Stockholm. And Stockholm has never been easier to reach, since we now take you all the way from New York or Bangkok.

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About Stockholm
Stockholm: Sweden’s capital city
Inhabitants: 870 000 (2012)
Official language: Swedish
System of government: Monarchy
Religion: No offical religion, but most of the people are Christians
Time difference: New York: + 5 hours in winter. + 6 hours in summer. Bangkok: - 5 hours in winter, - 6 hours in summer.
Currency: Swedish Kronor (approx. 0.16 USD, January 2013) (approx. 4.7 TBH, January 2013)
Money: Visa, Amex and Mastercard are widely accepted. Swedish are among world’s most frequent users of credit and debit cards, and even the smallest boutiques, bars and kiosks accept these.
Electricity: 230 volts
Visa: A tourist visa is not required if you are an a american citizen. But you need an Schengen visum to enter Sweden. You can find more information about legislation, rules and the application procedure here
US: Embassy of Sweden, 2900 K. Street, NW , Washington, DC 20007.
Tel: +1 (202) 467 2600
Embassy of Sweden in Bangkok: I 20th Floor, One Pacific Place, 140 Sukhumvit Road, mellom Soi 4 og Soi 6, Bangkok 10112.
Tel: +66 2 263 72 00