Restaurants, shopping, parties and student activities. When you’re a student in Stockholm there’s a lot of stuff to do. Here are some useful links and important info together with a short description.
Stockholm public transport
sl.se – Travel Stockholm by bus, metro or commuter train.
stromma.se – Tourist travels. In, to and from the Stockholm region.
waxholmsbolaget.se – Archipelago traffic and island hopping in Stockholm.
visitstockholm.com/en/ – Info about shopping, to-do, bars, clubs and restaurants.
dn.se/pa-stan – Newspaper DN about shopping, bars, clubs and restaurants. (In Swedish)
vintagekartan.se/stockholm –Guide to great vintage stores in Stockholm. (In Swedish)
citybikes.se/en – Rent a bike to get around. Student friendly prices!
sf.se – Movie theaters and buying tickets online. (In Swedish)
gratisistockholm.nu – Guide to free activities in the City. (In Swedish)
ticnet.se – Theater, music and sport events. Buy tickets online.
visitsweden.com – Events and travel tips in Sweden
Since you’re an academic
universityadmissions.se – Central official site for university applications and info.
ssco.se – Stockholm Federation of Student Unions.
studyinsweden.se – Official website on higher education in Sweden for international students
Moving to Stockholm for work or studies
Cost of living – Price index for Stockholm
arbetsformedlingen.se – Sweden’s official work agency.
migrationsverket.se – Swedish Migration Board.
investstockholm.com/move-to-stockholm/ – Information about moving to Stockholm.
Travel in Sweden
svenskaturistforeningen.se – Explore Sweden!
sj.se – Swedish train network. Timetables and tickets online.
swebus.se – Intercity buses. Timetables and tickets online.
nettbuss.se – Intercity buses. Timetables and tickets online.
vikingline.se – Affordable cruises around the Baltic sea.
tallink.com – Affordable cruises around the Baltic sea.
visitstockholm.com – The official Stockholm visitor’s guide.
The Stockholm Student Health Unit: 08 – 674 77 00
Health care advise by phone (not for emergencies): 08 – 320 100
About Swedish healthcare – info in English
Police, ambulance, fire fighters – emergency call number: 112