Sweden Travel Guide
With a gorgeous capital city, delicious food and delightful people Sweden is an enjoyable destination at all times of the year.
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When to go
If you’re coming for the snow you’ll want to be here between late November and March. It gets quite cold but there is a plethora of winter activities. May – September has the warmest and brightest days. June and July will see the longest days and the Northern Lights are best spotted from late September – early April.
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Non-essential travel to Sweden from non-EU countries is banned until October 31, 2020 with certain exceptions. For those allowed in there is no quarantine requirement.
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Official currency: kr Swedish krona
Budget: Not exactly budget friendly but still worth visiting, even if your budget means you have to spend a little less time here. You can stay in dorms and cook your own food and save a good amount of money but museums and transportation will still cost you. Backpackers can expect to spend around €45 a day while mid range travelers will be closer to €115.
Credit cards: Common
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Where to go
Suggested itineraries for traveling Sweden
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Schengen state. 62 countries can enter for 90 days within 180 visa free.
**Always check with your government for the most up to date information on visa requirements.**
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**Recommendations are given assuming you are up to date on routine vaccinations. Always check with your government for the most accurate and up to date information on required vaccinations for Sweden travel specific to your country**
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Exercise Normal Precautions
**Always check with your government for the most accurate and up to date information on safety**
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Know before you go so you can be the most respectful and responsible visitor possible
Things to keep in mind when traveling Sweden:
- Do your research on dog sledding, reindeer sledding and whale watching. You can find more information on Arctic animal tourism HERE.
Official Languages: Swedish
Plugs: European plugs with the rounded tips