• ATOL Protected

    All of our holidays that include flights are protected by the ATOL scheme from the moment you book. So if one of our suppliers fails, you’ll get your money back. If you’re left stranded abroad, a flight home will be arranged at no extra cost. Our ATOL number is 11806

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    As proud ABTA members we deliver the highest standards when it comes to our holidays. So if you book with us you’re guaranteed the best service. Our ABTA number is P8283, Y6720.

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    Unlike many other travel companies we operate on a trust account model. Once we’ve paid the airline for your flights, the rest of you money is held in a trust account. We do not have access to this directly and can only withdraw funds when you are back home from holiday

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Stockholm

Avg weather in December
December
    2°
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    SUN
    7 Hrsper day
    RAIN
    29 mmper month
    HUMIDITY
    86 %avg
    WIND
    11 Mphavg
    Stockholm

    Stockholm weather December

    What’s the weather like in Stockholm in December?

    The Stockholm weather in December is perfect for a memorable Christmas trip to the pretty Swedish capital. There’s likely to be snowfall around the city, and daytime temperatures will hover around 0°C, with cold and crisp winter conditions as you explore the festive markets.

    Geographical influences

    Compared to most northern European countries, Stockholm’s quite dry in December. There’ll be some snow, but the city, in the south east of Sweden, is shielded from wet Jet Stream conditions by the mountains in neighbouring Norway.

    Averages

    The weather in Stockholm in December is ideal for enjoying the city’s Christmas festivities in picturesque winter conditions. It’s one of the coldest months of the year, with an average daytime high temperature of 1°C. The average night time level is a chilly -3°C. There’s not much sunshine in Stockholm in December. There’s an average of two hours each day from six hours of daylight and the sun sets at around 3pm for much of the month. It’s quite a dry month in this part of Sweden, with just 46mm of rainfall, although snow showers could become heavy. The wind speed’s low, like it is most of the year in Stockholm.

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