Stockholm Car Hire
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Sweden’s capital and the most densely populated metropolis in the whole of Scandinavia, Stockholm has 2.4 million inhabitants in its metro area and 1.6 million in the city proper. The city’s unique topography means that it’s situated across 14 islands which span Lake Mälaren on it’s journey out to the Baltic. One of the world’s most stunning cities, it’s permeated by parklands and forests and its architecture includes ancient buildings and impressive skyscrapers.
A great place to hop in the car and hit the road, car hire in Stockholm is simple with Enjoy Travel. Book ahead of time and it costs €23.20 per day to hire an economy car here such as a Vauxhall Corsa, while a mini Volkswagen Up costs €26.81 a day. Alternatively, an intermediate saloon like a Volkswagen Jetta costs €32.65 per day in Stockholm and a Ford Tourneo ̶ which seats eight passengers in comfort ̶ costs €54.29 per day. Arrange your car hire as far in advance as possible and you’ll grab a brilliant Swedish car rental deal from a range of renowned partners like Europcar, Alamo, Enterprise and Green Motion.
Guide to Stockholm
Humans have settled in Stockholm since the Stone Age, but it was officially founded as a city in 1252. Nicknamed the Venice of the North, this is the centre of Sweden’s economy, government and culture, as well as being home to several prestigious universities, such as Stockholm School of Economics and KTH Royal Institute of Technology. A stylish city with an eye for immaculate design, it’s full of museums, galleries, chic cafes, designer boutiques and boho independent stores.
Things to do in Stockholm
Gamla Stan is Stockholm’s Old Town and it’s an awesomely atmospheric collection of charming cobbled streets, winding alleyways and ramshackle buildings, packed tightly on a tiny island. This contrasts with Norrmalm to the north, which is much more contemporary and snazzier, hosting the capital’s expensive shops and malls, while Södermalm to the south is a gentrified area full of trendy industrial-chic bars and uber-cool restaurants.
Eating out in Stockholm
There are many excellent restaurants in Stockholm but Eriks Gondolen is definitely one of the most prestigious, with its ravishing rooftop setting and modern Nordic cuisines. Meanwhile, Indio Kitchen showcases Nikkei cuisine, which was invented by Peru’s immigrant Japanese community, and Taverna Brillo serves some of the city’s finest Italian fare.
Transport in Stockholm
Stockholm Arlanda (ARN) is the city’s main airport for international carriers and it’s located 40km northwards.
Stockholm’s public transport system is called SL and features boats, buses, trams and trains.
Always drive on the right hand side of the road in Stockholm.
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