This is an intro to Sweden

Cities in Sweden

There’s obviously more cities in Sweden, but these are the ones that is currently added to the guide.

Upcoming events in Sweden

Description comes here as well!

What is the top gay cities in Sweden?

Oh, honey! The top gay cities in Sweden are Stockholm (/sweden/stockholm), Malmö (/sweden/malmo), and Gothenburg (/sweden/gothenburg). But don't be afraid to explore other fabulous places in Sweden too! 🏳️‍🌈

What currency is used in Sweden?

In Sweden, they use the Swedish Krona (SEK). And no worries, darling – you can easily pay with credit cards in most places.

Is it expensive in Sweden?

Yes, Sweden can be pricey, but the fabulous experiences you'll have there are worth every Krona! 💸

Do I need any extra paperwork to visit Sweden?

As long as you have a valid passport and don't need a visa (depends on your nationality), you're good to go! Check your country's travel requirements for Sweden just to be sure.

Is Sweden gay friendly?

Absolutely, darling! Sweden is renowned for being one of the most LGBTQ+ friendly countries in the world, so feel free to be yourself and embrace the love! ❤️

Is gay marriage allowed in Sweden?

Yes, queen! Gay marriage has been legal in Sweden since 2009. Time to find your Swedish prince or princess! 👑

Can I use english in Sweden?

Of course! Most Swedes are fluent in English, so you'll have no trouble making fabulous new friends and getting around.

Should I leave a tip for waiter in Sweden?

Tipping is not expected in Sweden, but if you received exceptional service, feel free to leave a bit of extra appreciation (around 10%).

What's the best time of year to visit Sweden?

Summer (June through August) is the best time for warm weather and long days. But if you love winter sports or want to experience the Northern Lights, winter has its own charm!

What's the local language in Sweden, and how do I say basic phrases?

The local language is Swedish. Here are a few essential and sassy phrases:

  • Hello: Hej (pronounced 'hey')

  • Thank you: Tack

  • I love you: Jag älskar dig

  • Cheers: Skål (pronounced 'skoal')

  • Where can I find the gay bars? Var hittar jag gaybarerna?

  • Yaaas, queen! Yaaas, drottning!

  • Treat yourself! Unna daj!

What's the local cuisine like in Sweden, and what are some must-try dishes?

Swedish cuisine is delicious! Here are a few dishes you should try:

  • Swedish meatballs: Köttbullar

  • Gravlax: Cured salmon with dill

  • Jansson's temptation: Janssons frestelse, a creamy potato and onion casserole with anchovies

  • Knäckebröd: Crispbread to satisfy your crunch cravings🍞

What are the emergency numbers, and how do I call for help in Sweden?

In case of emergency, dial 112 for the police, ambulance, or fire department. Stay fabulous and stay safe!

Are there any cultural taboos or behaviors that I should avoid in Sweden?

Swedes usually respect personal space and punctuality. Just be yourself, and you'll fit right in with the fabulous and friendly Swedish people!