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Terminal 2 – the second largest international terminal

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    Himmel & Hav Brasseri & Bar in Terminal 2
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    Shop perfumes and gifts in the Duty Free Store
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    Lavassa Espressions new second floor.

Welcome to Terminal 2, Stockholm Arlanda’s second largest international terminal, and to the little domestic terminal, Terminal 3, located right next door. 

Terminal 2 is the slightly bigger of the two terminals, but you have easy access to the goods and services on offer before the security checkpoint in Terminal 2 even if you are flying out of Terminal 3 since they are just a stone’s throw away from one another. 

Cafés, restaurants and shopping

In Terminal 2 you’ll find good coffee at Johan & Nyström, Starbucks and Lavazza, enjoy good food with a French twist at the popular restaurant Himmel & Hav, shop before your journey in the Duty Free Store and  buy toys at World of Toys. You can also shop for smart gadgets at Capi. 

Terminal 3

After the security checkpoint in Terminal 3, you’ll find Hava Java – a popular café with good coffee, pastries, simple dishes, beverages and newspapers.

Did you know that?

  • Several scenes from the TV series Maria Wern were filmed in Terminal 3 on September 17, 2015.
  • Architect Lars Vretblad was inspired by Old Norse history, Vikings and their travels. For instance, the glass ceiling in Terminal 2 depicts an upside-down Viking ship.
  • From the beginning, Terminal 2 was a terminal with solely domestic departures, but today the terminal only handles international flights. 
  • Terminal 3  is intended for smaller propeller-driven aircraft and was built in 1990,  based on a design by the architectural firm Berg arkitektkontor. 
  • In 2013, Terminal 2 underwent a complete refurbishment, which included a brand-new level  with 2,000 m2 of space and a doubling of the seating for passengers.
  • You find acclaimed Swedes in the Stockholm Hall of Fame