You can find on this page the Stockholm streets map to print and to download in PDF. The Stockholm roads map presents the road network, main roads, routes and motorways of Stockholm in Sweden.
Stockholm is, without a doubt, one of the coolest cities around today. But while the entire city has a palpable buzz, some areas are just that much cooler than others — and not all streets are created equal as its shown in Stockholm streets map.

Stockholm streets map

Map of Stockholm streets

The Stockholm streets map shows all street network and main roads of Stockholm. This streets map of Stockholm will allow you to find your routes through the streets of Stockholm in Sweden. The Stockholm streets map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

As you make your way down this street tucked into the hills of Södermalm you will feel like you have gone back in time (see Stockholm streets map). Cobbled streets and old wooden houses will give you an idea of what Stockholm used to look like, long before modern housing took over. Book ended by City Hall and Rålambshov park Norr Mälarstrand is hugs the waters of Lake Mälaren, with picturesque boats bobbing alongside it and beautiful stone apartment buildings towering above.

Marten trotzigs grand is the narrowest street in Stockholm – and we say narrow we mean narrow – and was named for the German merchant Mårten Traubtzich, who bought the houses here at the end of the 17th century. Djurgården is the ultimate oasis in Stockholm and Långa Gatan (Long Street) gives you a sense of old Stockholm as its mentioned in Stockholm streets map. Lined with imposing wooden houses that have been in families for generations Långa Gatan is just a stone’s throw from some of the top tourist attractions in Stockholm, such as the Abba Museum, Gröna Lund and Skansen.

Drottninggatan is one of the longest streets in Stockholm and mostly car-free, and while it is best known for the shopping stretches around Central Station and Hötorget there is a lot more to this street than H&M and tourist shops as you can see in Stockholm streets map. If you head up past Hötorget you will walk all the way to Odenplan, with plenty of great places to explore along the way, such as Observatorielunden (Old Stockholm Observatory), which has measured temperature daily since 1756 – and the Strindberg Museum.

Stockholm roads map

Map of Stockholm roads

The Stockholm roads map shows all road network and highways of Stockholm. This roads map of Stockholm will allow you to find your routes through the roads and motorways of Stockholm in Sweden. The Stockholm roads map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Stockholm is at the junction of the European routes E4, E18 and E20. A half-completed motorway ring road exists on the south and west sides of the City Centre. The Stockholm Ring Road (Swedish: Stockholms ringled) is a half-completed ring road around central Stockholm, Sweden as its shown in Stockholm roads map. There have been many plans over the years of a ring road around central Stockholm, but all of them have been cancelled at some point. As of 2012, about half of the ring road is now built.

There are four distinct sections of the planned ring road around Stockholm, of which two are completed, one in construction, and one under consideration as its mentioned in Stockholm roads map. Essingeleden, the western section — completion of various stages between 1966 and 1971. Södra länken, the southern section — short section opened 1973, inauguration of the completed road 2004. Norra länken, the northern section — short section opened in 1991, construction of the rest halted in 1997, construction resumed 2006–2007, and the complete road is finished at earliest 2015. Österleden, the eastern section — planning cancelled in 1997, new feasibility study completed in 2006. Estimates for construction start in 2020 and completion in 2030.

Sweden road network is an advanced one, with little congestion and highly maintained highways. The Swedish network is divided into public roads -- which are either state-run roads or municipal streets and roads run by the local authorities -- and private roads. Private roads constitute the greatest length of road in Sweden with 284,000 km, compared to 136,500 km of public roads. The Stockholm Ring -- the concept of which was born 20 years ago -- will be the biggest infrastructure project in Swedish history (see Stockholm roads map).