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Is Gothenburg airport big?

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  1. Is Gothenburg airport big?
  2. How many terminals at Gothenburg airport?
  3. How Safe Is Stockholm at night?
  4. How much is a taxi from Skavsta Airport to Stockholm?
  5. Why is it never dark in Sweden?
  6. How do people survive winter in Sweden?

Is Gothenburg airport big?

With just over 6.8 million passengers in 2018 it is Sweden's second-largest airport after Stockholm–Arlanda. ... During 2007, 60.1 thousand tonnes of air cargo passed through Landvetter, about 60% of the capacity of Arlanda. The airport is named after Landvetter locality, which is in Härryda municipality.

How many terminals at Gothenburg airport?

two The airport has two passenger terminals, one domestic and one international, each with four air bridges, as well as one cargo terminal. All check-in counters are located in the international terminal, which also features a hotel around 350m away. The terminals have 40 aircraft parking spaces.

How Safe Is Stockholm at night?

Stockholm is generally very safe to visit, even though since the '80s crime rates have steadily been on the rise, so watch out when walking the streets of Stockholm especially at night and during weekends. There are also areas to be avoided such as Rinkeby, with violent crimes and robberies being more and more common.

How much is a taxi from Skavsta Airport to Stockholm?

A journey to the city centre of Stockholm with a Skavsta airport taxi lasts around 1 hour and 15 minutes, with an average price of €160 (1700SEK). Taxi vehicles can easily be recognised by their standard black and yellow taxi roof sign.

Why is it never dark in Sweden?

Why this happened is that the earth is rotating at a tilted axis relative to the sun. During the summer months, the North Pole is angled towards our star, and for several weeks the sun never sets above the Arctic Circle. Therefore it is possible to watch the Sun middle of the night in the north of Sweden.

How do people survive winter in Sweden?

How to survive the Swedish winter
  1. Be social. When the day light hours are as rare as a chocolate cake at a Weight Watchers meeting, it is easy to become a bit of a recluse. ...
  2. Walk in the sunshine. The lack of light is hard for everyone, newbies and oldbies alike. ...
  3. Embrace it. ...
  4. Take advantage of it. ...
  5. Arrange home parties.