Cheap flights from Stockholm to Manchester

Stockholm airport

Stockholm Arlanda

Place: Sigtuna, 42 kilometres to the north of the city View map

How to get to the airport: Three trains stop at the airport, one long distance train and two express trains that run to the centre of Stockholm. There are several city bus routes: the 583, the 592 and 593 night buses and private bus services. The taxi rank is outside the terminals.

Terminals: The airport has four terminals, 3 and 4 for domestic flights and 2 and 5 for international flights.

Manchester airport

Mánchester

Place: Ringway, 17 kilometres to the south-west of Manchester.  View map

How to get to the city: Various means of transport can be used to access the airport. In the area called “The Station” the railway and urban and regional bus stations can be found (numbers 200, 18 and 18A, 19, 43, 105, 369, 199 and 44), including a 24-hour bus service. There is a tram service, Metrolink, which runs to the city centre and other nearby towns. The taxi rank is in the arrivals area of the terminals.

Terminals: The airport has 3 passenger terminals and one cargo terminal. It also has an aerodrome for public use by passengers and training flights.

Check the documents you need for your Stockholm-Manchester flight

Useful information if you're flying to Manchester

Hola, Manchester!

Because there is much more to this city than football, here are some of the tourist attractions that might encourage you to book one of our cheap flights to Manchester. Manchester is one of the most visited cities in the UK and capital of the Industrial Revolution. You're sure to love the red brick buildings that you'll find all over the city. Its beautiful architectural heritage, made up of old warehouses and Victorian brick and steel factories, have been turned into art galleries, cultural sites, restaurants, shopping centres, etc. Some of the places not to be missed are the town hall, the cathedral, the stunning Neogothic John Rylands Library that contains medieval manuscripts; and Afflecks, an indoor market with indie and vintage shops.

Another interesting place is Castlefield, an old industrial area full of iron bridges, railways and canals with colourful narrow boats that people live on. The bars and nightlife are also good reason to visit the city. One of the most iconic pubs is The Old Wellington, a historic building with a very authentic atmosphere. And don't forget to stop by one of the liveliest areas of Manchester, Gay Village, full of pubs and clubs and its monument to Alan Turing. Don't hear about it from others, go there yourself! Book the best flight deals to Manchester now!

Loading...