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Abbekås Village
Ale Village
Alingsås Town
Älvsbyn Town
Åmål Town
Ängelholm Town
Åre Town
Arvika Town
Askersund Town
Båstad Town
Bengtsfors Town
Boden Town
Bollnäs Town
Borås Town
Borgholm Town
Borlänge Town
Botkyrka Town
Bräcke Town
Bromma Town
Eda Village
Ekerö Town
Ellös Town
Eskilstuna City
Eslöv Town
Falkenberg Town
Falun Town
Fårösund Town
Finnhamn Island
Flen Town
Gällivare Town
Gävle Town
Gislaved Village
Gnesta Town
Göteborg City
Gotland Island
Gullholmen Island
Håbo Town
Halmstad Town
Haninge Town
Hjo Town
Höganäs Town
Huddinge Town
Hultsfred Town
Järfälla Town
Kalmar Town
Käringön Island
Karlsborg Town
Karlshamn Town
Karlskrona Town
Karlstad Town
Kåseberga Village
Kiruna Town
Klingsta Suburb
Klintehamn Town
Köpstadsö Island
Kramfors Town
Kungälv Town
Kungsbacka Town
Kyrktåsjö Village
Landskrona Town
Leksand Town
Lidingö Town
Lidköping Town
Lindesberg Town
Linköping City
Lomma Town
Luleå Town
Lund Town
Lycksele Village
Lysekil Town
Malmö Town
Mariestad Town
Marstrand Island
Mollösund Town
Mora Town
Motala Town
Nacka Town
När Town
Norrtälje Town
Norsjö Village
Nyköping Town
Nynäshamn Village
Öckerö Town
Ödeshög Town
Öland Island
Onsala Town
Örebro Town
Orust Island
Oskarshamn Town
Östersund Town
Oxelösund Town
Piteå Town
Ronneby Town
Salem Village
Sandviken Town
Sigtuna Town
Simrishamn Town
Skövde Village
Sollentuna Town
Solna Town
Sotenäs Settlement
Stockholm City
Storuman Town
Strömstad Town
Sundbyberg Town
Sundsvall Town
Svedala Village
Täby Town
Tingsryd Town
Tingstäde Town
Tjörn Island
Torekov Town
Tranås Town
Trelleborg Town
Trosa Town
Trysunda Island
Tyresö Town
Uddevalla Town
Ulriksfors Town
Umeå Town
Uppsala City
Vadstena Town
Varberg Town
Värmdö Island
Värnamo Town
Västerås City
Västervik Town
Vaxholm Island
Växjö Town
Vellinge Town
Vibble Village
Visby Town
Ystad Town
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Alerts & Warnings

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Seasons & Weather

Most people think of winter when they hear of Sweden. But because of the warm Gulf Stream and Sweden's many lakes, the climate here can be much milder than you might expect. Spring runs from March/April to May, summer from June to August, fall from September to October/November and winter from November/December to March/February.

July temperatures in Sweden average 13 to 17°C. February is usually Sweden's coldest month, with temperatures from - 22 to -3°C. In northern Sweden, winter temperatures often drop to -30°C, sometimes even lower. Snow covers the ground in southern Sweden from December to April, and in northern Sweden the first snowfall is often already in October. Most of the country is icebound in winter, but special ice breaking boats keep the major ports open.

Northern Sweden lies in the Land off the Midnight Sun and so has continuous daylight during part of the summer. The number of days of continuous daylight increases as one goes farther north. Southern Sweden never has continuous daylight, though it averages 19 hours of daylight a day in midsummer. In winter, Sweden has similar periods of continuous darkness. In the northernmost areas of the country the sun never rises above the horizon for about 2 months. Southern Finland has some daylight each day, though it receives only about 6 hours of daylight a day in midwinter. The winter night sky-especially in the northern areas- often becomes enriched with brilliant displays of the aurora borealis or Northern Lights.

Boat Cruising Seasons
The sailing season in Sweden is July-September and darkness falls for just 3 hours a day in high summer. So there is almost constant daylight as you sail the waters of the north, south, east and west coast. The sailing season rarely lasts beyond the end of September.

>See Sweden weather service for more information:

Time zone

UTC +1
DST (Daylight Saving Time)> UTC + 2: from last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October


112 (police/fire/ambulance)


Driving: Right side
Electricity: Type C and F, 230V / 50Hz


SE +46 (0) IDC (International Dialing Code)
Swedish telephone numbers are between eight and ten digits long. They start with a two to four digit area code. A three digit code starting with 07 indicates that the number is for a mobile phone.

Phone/WIFI Coverage
Wi-Fi: Wireless Internet connections are available, usually in hotels, cafes and restaurants.
Phones/Communications: EU residents can use their mobile device in Sweden without incurring roaming surcharges. Non-EU visitors can purchase a local SIM card for use in their mobile phone.


SEK kr Swedish Krona (plural: kronor), 100 öre per Krona

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