Transportation – Stockholm has an excellent public transportation system of buses, trams, subway (T-Bana), and commuter trains. SL operates the bus and subway systems, and tickets are interchangeable. There are several ticket options when using public transportation.
Metro: The metro system in Stockholm is called the Tunnelbana (T-Bana). There are seven lines which are divided into three colors (green, red, and blue). The 100 stations which make up the Stockholm metro map are divided into three zones. for travel plan and metro map, please check here
Railway: The largest rail operator in Sweden is Swedish Railways.
Bus: Most cities in Sweden have their own local bus and train services which are often operated under the same ticket system. Just as Stockholm has the Storstockholms Lokaltrafik (SL),
Flix Bus now also offers a route between Arlanda Airport and Stockholm City.
Taxis can be booked by phone, can be taken from a taxi rank, or hailed in the street. Swedish taxis often run on fixed prices rather than using a meter, this is why you should check with your driver how much the journey will cost before you get into the vehicle.
Accommodation – A hostel dormitory bed starts around €20 and most hostels come with breakfast.
Budget hotels start at around €50 per night for a single room with basic amenities.
Other sites to plan and choose your accommodation might be Booking.com, Air BnB(€40), Agoda, or Hostelworld.(€15~30). However, when you’re looking for a hostel, do your research, read reviews to get a feel for the place. and book somewhere that suits you
Food and local Dishes – Some of the must-have dishes when in Amsterdam, including
- Kanelbulle is just more than a cinnamon bun.
- Prinsesstårta, a bright green cake
- Lingonberries, desserts like cheesecake
- Klenat, a deep-fried pastry.
- Smulpaj, a delicious Swedish crumb pie