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Terminal 2

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Restaurants

The SkyCity area before Security has about a dozen eateries including an Italian restaurant, sushi bar, and a burger chain. There are also some restaurants serving traditional Asian dishes. Those not from the country can have their last taste of authentic Swedish food at eateries including East & West and Alfredos. Aviation enthusiasts will enjoy the amazing views available in SkyCity through the panoramic windows facing the take-off and landing runways. After Security there are fewer options, with just 4 cafés and brasseries in Terminal 2 where you can find organic coffee, wine and deli snacks.
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Shopping

Before Security you'll find around 10 shops in the SkyCity area - they sell fashion items, baggage and flowers. There's also a book store, a newsstand, and several gift stores selling china, crystal and Swedish souvenirs, such as scented Juniper wood and reindeer products. Duty-free shopping is available after Security, along with 4 other stores selling books, toys and consumer electronics.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baby care facilities (in SkyCity)
  • Baggage storage
  • Currency exchange
  • Information points
  • Pharmacy (in Sky City)
  • Smoking room (Entrance A, level 3)
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Accessibility

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Disabled parking
  • Induction loops for the hearing-impaired
  • Special assistance area
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Restaurants

If you want a bite to eat or a drink before leaving the airport, head for the SkyCity area where you'll find a dozen or so eateries.
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Shopping

Fashion stores, baggage and flower shops, as well as dry cleaners, confectioners, a tailor and a shoe shop can be found on arrival in the SkyCity area of the terminal complex.
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Facilities

  • Bank
  • Currency exchange
  • Salons
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Accessibility

  • Disabled parking
  • Special assistance area

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