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We've written a very extensive guide filled with insightfull comments and handy tips and tricks about all the aspects to travelling in Sweden. We've summarized the most critical things below, but you can discover more information in our detailed guide to Sweden.
Currencie(s): Swedish krona
Tipping: Commonly not expected, but is done by leaving small change on the table or rounding up the bill. This is mostly done at restaurants and in taxis. Tips are taxed, but cash tips are not often declared to the tax authority.
Corruption: Sweden has a corruption score of 15/100.
If your itinerary runs through Sweden, you're pretty safe. According to Transparency International, Sweden is one of the least corrupt nations around the world.
Sweden is not concidered to be a dangerous country, with a Global Peace Index of 1.53 out of 4.
This report is the only one of its kind that measures how dangerous or safe a nation is based on 23 different indicators, including political terror, deaths from internal conflict, murder rate, and ease of access to small arms and light weapons.
Tap Water: It's safe to drink tap water.
Drinking age: The minimum age for drinking in Harads is 18.
18 for beer/20 for wine and spirits
Age of Consent: 15 years.
At the age of 15, an individual is considered mature enough in Sweden to consent to sex. Sexual relations with someone under the Age of Consent are considered statutory rape.
Same-sex marriage (also known as gay marriage) is legalized in Sweden since 2009.
Sweden scores a 10/10 on the 'Gay Travel Index'.
Please note: Certain cities, tourist areas and resorts can sometimes be LGBTQ+ friendly even when the laws in Sweden are very anti-LGBTQ+. In all cases, do your research, check official government data for up-to-date news and if you feel apprehensive consider travelling to a more LGBTQ+ friendly country.
Driving: Right-hand traffic.
Power adapters and converters: 230 V (50 Hz), Plug C / F
Weather: Currently few clouds, with a temperature between 1 and 1°C (33.8 and 33.8°F)
Pollution (PM2.5 fine dust particles): 6.18 µg/m3
PM2.5 Fine dust particulates can be carried deep into the lungs where they can cause inflammation and a worsening of the condition of people with heart and lung diseases. The smaller the particles the deeper they travel into the lungs, with more potential for harm. Note that the World Health Organisation's guideline value is 20 µg/m3. So you have nothing to worry about when travelling to Sweden.