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Cost of Living in Sweden

Grocery Shopping

Beer (Domestic, 0.5 Liter)
$ 7.19
Beer (Imported, 0.33 Liter)
$ 4.37
Milk (1 Liter)
$ 1.56
Fresh White Bread (500 Grams)
$ 2.80
White Rice (1 kg)
$ 3.35
Chicken Eggs (12 pcs)
$ 3.98
Local Cheese (1 kg)
$ 11.25
Chicken Meat (1 Kg)
$ 11.73
Beef Meat (1 Kg)
$ 16.55
Apple (1 Kg)
$ 2.83
Banana (1 Kg)
$ 2.53
Orange (1 Kg)
$ 2.90
Tomato (1 Kg)
$ 4.30
Potato (1 Kg)
$ 1.50
Onion (1 Kg)
$ 1.67
Lettuce (1 Piece)
$ 2.14
Water (1.5 Liter)
$ 1.43
Wine Bottle (0.7 Liter, Mid-Level)
$ 9.59
Cigarette (20 Pcs Pack, Marlboro)
$ 6.72

Monthly Bills

Basic Bills (Heating, Cooling, Water, Electricity, Garbage) for 90 m2 Apartment
$ 100.31
Internet Service (50 Mbps or Higher, Unlimited, ADSL)
$ 30.80


Kindergarten (Private, Full-Day, Monthly)
$ 133.94
Primary School (Yearly, International, for Single Child)
$ 2,969.73


1 Bedroom Apartment Far From City Centre
$ 1,000.16
1 Bedroom Apartment in City Centre
$ 720.09
3 Bedrooms Apartment in City Centre
$ 1,500.28
3 Bedrooms Apartment Far From City Centre
$ 1,161.13


Average Salary (Net, Without Taxes)
$ 2,747.56

Eating and Drinking

Budget-Friendly Meal at Restaurant
$ 11.59
3-Course Meal for 2 at Mid-Range Restaurant
$ 76.75
McDonald's McMeal or Similar Combo
$ 9.51
Cappuccino (Normal)
$ 4.07
Coke/Pepsi (0.33 Liter)
$ 2.22


Single Way Ticket (Local Transportation)
$ 3.36
Monthly Pass (Standard Price)
$ 80.69
Taxi Starting Price (Standard Tariff)
$ 5.76
Taxi 1 KM Price (Standard Tariff)
$ 1.83
Taxi 1 Minute Waiting Price (Standard Tariff)
$ 56.60
Fuel (1 Liter)
$ 1.90
Volkswagen Golf 1.4 Trendline (Or a Same Segment Vehicle)
$ 26,780.28
Toyota Corolla Sedan 1.6l Comfort (Or a Same Segment Vehicle)
$ 27,780.29

Leisure & Hobbies & Sport

Fitness Club
$ 36.28
Tennis Court (Weekend, 1 Hour)
$ 25.50
Cinema (1 Seat)
$ 14.67


Jeans (Levis 501 or a Same Quality Jeans)
$ 83.64
Summer Dress (From Chain Stores like H&M, ZARA, etc.)
$ 37.18
Nike Running Shoes (Middle Segment)
$ 88.97
Men’s Leather Business Shoes
$ 125.26

Apartment Prices

M2 Price in City Centre
$ 5,523.70
M2 Price Far From City Centre
$ 3,422.53
20 Years Fixed Rate Mortgage Interest Rate (%, Annual)
$ 4.66

Air Quality Details of Sweden

Air Quality Metrics of Sweden

A colorless, odorless gas emitted from incomplete combustion of carbon-based fuels, posing a health risk when inhaled in high concentrations.

A reddish-brown gas produced by combustion processes, particularly in vehicles and power plants, contributing to air pollution and respiratory issues.

A reactive gas present in the atmosphere, beneficial at higher altitudes but forming ground-level smog when concentrated, potentially harmful to respiratory health.

A gas resulting from burning fossil fuels containing sulfur, contributing to air pollution and respiratory problems.

Fine particles smaller than 2.5 micrometers in diameter, able to penetrate deep into the lungs, associated with respiratory and cardiovascular issues.

Coarser particles with a diameter of 10 micrometers or smaller, contributing to air pollution and potential health problems.

The United States federal agency tasked with safeguarding human health and the environment by regulating pollutants and implementing environmental laws.

The UK government department responsible for overseeing environmental protection, food production, and rural affairs.

Sweden Earthquake History

Latest Earthquakes

  • 4.4
    Torekov, Skåne County
    1985-06-15 03:40:19
  • 3.2
    Pajala, Norrbotten County
    1985-04-02 21:29:37
  • 2.9
    Boliden, Västerbotten County
    1985-01-08 03:50:30
  • 4.1
    Åsele, Västerbotten County
    1983-09-29 09:03:21
  • Sweden Geographical Information

    : SE
    : SWE
    Phone Code
    : +46
    : SEK
    : 10,415,811 (2021)

    Popular Questions About Sweden

    The cost of living in Sweden is generally high compared to many other countries. Housing, transportation, and groceries tend to be more expensive.

    Sweden has a temperate climate with four distinct seasons. Winters are cold and snowy, while summers are mild to warm. Be prepared for significant variations in daylight throughout the year.

    Healthcare in Sweden is not entirely free, but it is highly subsidized. Residents pay a modest fee for most medical services, with a maximum annual limit. Some groups, such as children and the elderly, receive free healthcare.

    Sweden is known for its stunning natural beauty. Popular attractions include Stockholm's old town (Gamla Stan), the Northern Lights in Swedish Lapland, the Vasa Museum, and the archipelago.

    If you are a citizen of the EU/EEA or certain other countries, you can visit Sweden visa-free for up to 90 days. Other visitors may require a visa. Check with the Swedish embassy or consulate in your country for specific requirements.

    The official language of Sweden is Swedish. However, many Swedes also speak English fluently, particularly in urban areas and among the younger population.

    Sweden has an efficient and well-connected transportation system. Cities have extensive public transportation networks, including buses, trams, and metros. The country also has a reliable train system, and driving is popular, but roads can be expensive due to tolls and fuel costs.

    Swedes value equality, punctuality, and personal space. It is customary to remove your shoes when entering someone's home and to wait for a toast before taking a sip when drinking with others. Swedish sauna culture is also prevalent.

    The currency in Sweden is the Swedish Krona (SEK). Credit and debit cards are widely accepted, and it's common for Swedes to rely on digital payment methods like Swish or mobile apps for transactions.

    Sweden is generally considered a safe country to visit. Petty theft can occur, particularly in crowded tourist areas, so it's essential to take standard precautions like keeping valuables secure and being aware of your surroundings.