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Identity Card:
  • Capital Stockholm

  • People : Approximately 10 million inhabitants .

  • Constitution : Constitutional Monarchy

  • Language : Swedish, Finnish, Sami

  • Religion Christianity (Lutheran)

    Entry requirements:
    • Visa No, national identity card or passport valid .

    • Passport No, national map of sufficient identity to a European national .

      Silver
      • Currency (SEK)

      • Currency rates : A crown = 0.11

      • Payment Cards : Most shops accept international credit cards, identification is requested general. ticket dispensers are present everywhere in the cities.

      • Budget stay 1 Week : 450-1000 euros

        • Restaurants
          Cheap : less than 15 € / person
          Average : 15-25 € / person
          Premium . more than 40 € / person.

          • accommodation
            Cheap : less than 30 € / night
            Average : 70-100 € / night
            Premium : more than 200 € / night

            Transportation

            How to get there?

            • By train: You can reach Sweden by train from two countries: From Denmark, Copenhagen, the train passes over the bridge and went to oresund Sweden in less than 30 minutes. And from Norway: the main links are between Stockholm and Oslo-Gothenburg .

            • By Air: Low-cost airlines serve the airport of Stockholm Skavsta (Ryanair, Wizzair), it is located more than 100 km Stockholm. Ryan Air, Wizzair and Germanwings also serve Goteborg airport.

            • By bus: Eurolines serves Stockholm from Paris via Copenhagen

              On site:

              • Car : The road network is excellent. Please note: snow tires are mandatory from the first r November to 30 April .

              • Bus : The most economical way to travel to Sweden, the south is particularly well served.

              • Train : Sweden has a well-developed rail network. As against the tickets are very expensive, they can be purchase online on the website of the national company or the website selling the Swedish auction Tradera.

              • Auto-stop: Make hitchhiking in Sweden is quite difficult, people are often reluctant to take hitchhikers. Truck drivers are probably the most likely to take you. Bus stop and petrol stations are the best spots.

              • plane : The domestic air network is well developed, all major cities are interconnected by against the tickets are expensive.

                Health
                • Vaccinations No mandatory vaccine .

                • Tips Think to bring the European Health Insurance Card, the request must be made to your insurance fund at least disease 15 days before departure.

                  Security
                  • Delinquency: Sweden is one of the safest countries in the world. Minimal vigilance regarding pickpockets is however necessary in crowded places in Stockholm.

                  • Alcohol: Please also on weekend evenings, the alcohol of soûles meat could fetch you mess .

                  • Taxis: has been reported cases of overpricing, especially since the Stockholm airport, insist to the counter .

                    Seasons
                    • Climate : Temperate climate influenced by the Arctic Climate .

                    • Average temperatures 20 & deg; C in summer and 0 & deg; C in winter .

                    • Best time to reach : In the summer, unless the purpose of your trip to Sweden is the practice of winter sports

                      Daily life:
                      • Time difference : UTC + 1

                      • Electrical Outlets : 230V / 50Hz (European plugs)

                      • Calling code 00 46

                      • internet, wifi Everyone to the Internet at home, accordingly Internet cafes are few, but if you have your laptop with you you'll have no trouble finding wiFi.

                      • Features Be warned that in winter it's dark at 3 o'clock in the afternoon in Stockholm. In the north it is dark all winter, while it is day all summer.

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