For entry into Sweden, the citizen of the European Union must present a passport or identity card valid for expatriation. Children and minors must have their own passport / identity card. Citizens of countries outside the European Union must have a valid passport, for some countries a visa is also required.
Driving license: To drive in Sweden you must have your national driving license.
Car insurance: European insurance is valid for entering Sweden with your car.
For the documents needed to travel to Sweden we always recommend checking the country’s official website.
SWEDEN: HEALTH INSURANCE, TRAVEL INSURANCE AND MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
The level of Swedish healthcare facilities is excellent. To receive Swedish health care, the EU citizen must present the European Health Insurance Card. We recommend travel and health insurance that with a few tens of euros will make your trip more peaceful.
SWEDEN: POWER PLUGS AND ELECTRIC SOCKETS
The normal electrical current in Sweden is 220 volts AC at 50 cycles.
The power plugs and sockets used in Sweden are the same as those used in the rest of continental Europe, are in fact power plugs and sockets of type C and F.
International dialing code for Sweden: 0046.
SWEDEN: MOBILE PHONES
The country is well covered by the GSM 900/1800 network. In southern Sweden, coverage is practically 100%. In northern Sweden there is good coverage on the main roads and along the coast.
Mobile operators: Telia mobile, Tele2, Telenor and 3.
Most airports, train stations, public libraries (free of charge) and hotels offer computer service with Internet access or free WIFI. There are also various bars with Internet terminals in most cities.
SWEDEN: BANKS AND CURRENCY
The currency of Sweden is the crown (Krona).
Bank Opening Hours: Swedish banks are open Monday to Friday from 10 to 15; on Thursday they are open from 10 to 16 / 17.30. All banks are closed on weekends and public holidays.
SWEDEN: TYPICAL PRODUCTS
The land of IKEA is the realm of design, furniture, innovative and elegant glass objects, art objects, antiques and artistic craftsmanship.
Swedish cuisine has among its typical ingredients salmon, herring and many other fish, game, mushrooms and berries. A particular delicacy are crustaceans, in particular lobster, and oysters.
The climate of Sweden.