What Is The Best Location To Stay In Stockholm?

Where should I stay in Stockholm for the first time?

The best area for first-timers is Stockholm Old Town, also known as Gamla Stan. It's basically the heart of the city where all the main cultural landmarks are located, as well as tons of excellent restaurants, cafes and bars.

What is the Centre of Stockholm called?

Old Town (Gamla Stan) is Stockholm's original city centre and consists of Stadsholmen island and the islets of Riddarholmen, Helgeandsholmen and Strömsborg. The Old Town dates from the 13th century but most buildings are from the 1700s and 1800s.

Where is the main part of Stockholm?

Gamla Stan (or the Old Town) is Stockholm's medieval heart, and it remains the epicentre of the inner city. Here you'll find Parliament, the Royal Palace, Christmas markets, museums, colourful churches and narrow cobbled streets.

Where do expats live in Stockholm?

City living in Stockholm

While some areas are more popular than others, expats don't seem to favour any specific neighbourhood in Stockholm. Some of the most popular areas in Stockholm include Södermalm, Kungsholmen and Östermalm.

Where should I not live in Stockholm?

Dangerous areas are mostly “miljonprogramen” where 3rd world immigration is high in percentage. Such as Rinkeby/Tensta, Skärholmen, Botkyrka, Fittja, Alby, Hallonbergen and so on.. Crime is much higher than the rest of the country and the police classifie these areas as “No Go Zones.”

What are the travel restrictions in Sweden?

There is a ban on non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU/EEA. This ban applies to foreign nationals and remains in effect until 31 January 2022.

How can I stay in Sweden?

If you want to live with someone in Sweden, the main rule is that you must submit your application from your country of origin or the country where you legally reside. Your residence permit must be ready before you travel to Sweden. In certain cases you may receive a residence permit without having to leave Sweden.

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