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Trip Stockholm Baltimore

Plan your trip by plane, train from Stockholm to Baltimore

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How to get from Stockholm to Baltimore?

We are suggesting 3 routes by plane, train to plan your trip Stockholm Baltimore. Routes displayed are sorted depending on a performance indicator (calculated from number of changes, expected duration, distance between an airport and the center of the city it serves...). You'll be able to:
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All modes of transport Stockholm Baltimore

For your trip from Stockholm (Sweden) to Baltimore (Maryland, United States) with a distance of 4088 mi you will be able to take 2 modes of transport, eventually by combining train and/or plane, and according to which the duration of the journey will be significantly different.
No flight allows you to fly directly to Baltimore from Stockholm but it is possible to make this trip only by plane with the flight routes Stockholm-Newark and Newark-Baltimore.
Leave Stockholm and arrive early enough (at least 2 hours before the departure time) at Arlanda ARN airport, 23 mi away, to check in your luggage for the flight to Newark (Newark Liberty International airport, IATA code: EWR) operated by United Airlines or SAS - Scandinavian Airlines. From Newark, take another plane with Southwest Airlines that will carry you to Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall airport (Baltimore, United States).
It is not possible to travel directly by train from Stockholm to Baltimore without changing trains. You can take the train Newark-Baltimore and travel by plane to get to your final destination.
Trains Northeast Regional of Amtrak to Baltimore leave from Newark Liberty Airport railway station in Newark. Arrival in Baltimore will take place at Penn Station station (0.9 mi from the city centre).

Which carriers to travel between Stockholm and Baltimore?

Airlines
United Airlines carries out a flight from Arlanda ARN airport situated 23 mi away from the city centre of Stockholm to Newark (arrival at Newark Liberty International EWR airport)
Southwest Airlines flies on the route from Newark Liberty International EWR airport (located 3.2 mi from Newark, United States) to Baltimore (serving Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall BWI airport)
SAS - Scandinavian Airlines schedules the flight from Arlanda ARN airport situated 23 mi away from the city centre of Stockholm to Newark (arrival at Newark Liberty International EWR airport)
Railway companies
Amtrak provides a rail connection Newark-Baltimore with the train Northeast Regional from Newark Liberty Airport railway station (2.7 mi from city-centre) and serving the rail station of Penn Station at arrival (0.9 mi from centre)

Stop cities from Stockholm or cities to visit near Baltimore

When travelling from Baltimore to Stockholm by train, plane, you might have to change at Newark (United States). If you have some time on your way to Baltimore or back to Stockholm, this may be a really good opportunity to visit and have a short stay in those cities.
 
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