The following table shows the estimated cost of living in 10 of the largest cities in Sweden:
|City||Estimated Cost of Living (Monthly in Euros)|
The main takeaway from this is that Stockholm is probably Sweden’s most expensive city.Aside from that, there isn’t much of a difference, and choosing one of the smaller cities over places like Gothenburg or Malmo won’t save you much money.
Keep in mind that the Swedish Krona is the country’s currency.
You might want to get a free Revolut card instead of opening a Swedish bank account because it will allow you to keep a Swedish Krona balance.More information about how to use Revolut in Europe can be found here.At the hour of composing (April 2021), one Euro is equivalent to a little more than 10 Krona and we’ve utilized a 1:10 swapping scale in the estimations above.