Stockholm Streets /Cecilia Larsson Lantz/Imagebank.sweden.se

In the streets of Sweden

When you walk around in the streets of Sweden, what do you typically see? 

 

1. Cute little shops

Flower shop in Stockholm/ Source: Supritha, Study in Sweden

Sweden has a lot of focus on producing and consuming locally! So from big brands like H&M, to small independently owned shops, you’ll find a lot of local shops in Sweden!

2. Access to public transport in every street! 

Metro Station /Source: Supritha, Study in Sweden

 

 

This is how a “tunnelbana” or Metro station entrance will look like, especially in Stockholm.

3. Main roads with divisions from cycle lanes, pedestrian walking zone, bus zones and car zones.

Street Zones /Source: Supritha, Study in Sweden

It is easy to walk on the streets, since it is very organised and the traffic system is highly efficient.

4. Amazing Architecture

Buildings in Stockholm City Centre /Source: Supritha, Study in Sweden

 

Architectural Details /Source: Supritha, Study in Sweden

The architecture in Sweden is a visual treat, from connected buildings, in painted in Paster colours, it makes the streets lively even during the long winter months.

5. Street Style

Street Style /Source: Supritha, Study in Sweden

The clothing style here is pretty minimal with focus on dark toned jackets, to minimal colours like whites, greys, brown etc for sweaters.

 

Want to know more about how life is in Sweden, what you’ll see here, and have an insight into the daily life of students in Sweden? Follow our Instagram page to keep up with stories of Digital Ambassadors as we show you our student life in different parts of Sweden! 

/For now, your Swe-Desi Seafarer signing off 🙂 

 

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Supritha

An Indian student studying Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Infrastructure at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. Email : supritha.studyinsweden[at]gmail.com
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