You can find on this page the Stockholm tram map to print and to download in PDF. The Stockholm trams map presents the network, zones, stations and different lines of the tramway of Stockholm in Sweden.
The tram network in Stockholm is undergoing a major expansion. Tramway City is expected to carry 63,000 passengers per day in 2030 as its shown in Stockholm tram map.

Stockholm tramway map

Map of Stockholm trams

The Stockholm tram map shows all the stations and lines of the Stockholm tramways. This tramway map of Stockholm will allow you to easily plan your routes in the trams of Stockholm in Sweden. The Stockholm tram map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

There are several light rail lines that run to more isolated suburbs or offer shortcuts between different parts of Stockholm, while there is also one tramway line. Tramway 7 runs from Sergels Torg to Waldemarsudde and passes through a large number of the most popular tourist attractions as its mentioned in Stockholm tramway map.

Stockholm tramways serve Djurgården island, where many of Stockholm most popular museums are based. You can pick up the Stockholm tramway line 7 service from two adjacent stops in the city centre—Hamngatan or Nybrokajan as you can see in Stockholm tramway map. Both stops are within walking distance from central station and Östermalmstorg and Kungsträdgården subway stops. Tramway line 22 serves various city suburbs. Valid SL cards or mobile tickets must be bought in advance from subway stations or convenience stores and shown on board.

Stockholm tramway line 7 (grey) is the oldest train line, and runs between T-Centralen and Djurgården as its shown in Stockholm tramway map. In the summer, you can travel in old wagons and even take a fika onboard. The tvärbanan between Liljeholmen and Gullmarsplan (22 – orange) dates from 2000, and was later extended to Alvik and Sikla Udde, connecting Hammarby sjöstad and the west part of the city. Stockholm tramway lines 21 (brown) from Ropsten and 12 (dark grey) from Alvik to Rockby extend the network further out of the city.