No, not necessarily. Stockholm has a very good transportation system, such as the subway, buses, and local trains.Top
Nationals within the EU/EES countries, Switzerland, and Japan are able to use their native driver’s licenses or convert them. Natives from other countries are required to take a theoretical test and a road test if their stay exceeds a year.Top
In Sweden, people drive on the right side of the road.Top
The Stockholm public transport includes the underground or the subway, taxis, buses and commuter trains. The underground consists of three lines: the green, red and blue. Underground stations are marked with a blue "T," which stands for "Tunnelbana," the Swedish word for “Underground.” The commuter rail system serves the entire county from Märsta, 40km north of Stockholm, to Nynäshamn, 55 km south of Stockholm.Top
Commuter trains and regional trains will take you to the surrounding towns and areas or suburbs. There are also buses that offer the same route. Taxis are also available.Top
Swedish public transportation is safe and reliable.
Tickets are available in every subway or suburban train station SL Centres, "Pressbyrån" kiosks, or tourist information offices. For inquiries, please contact SL: Tel: +46 - 8 - 600 1000. Prices vary between peak and off-hours.Top
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