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Hi! I'm sorry if this is common question, I searched and only found more general questions about this...

But anyway, I'm in early stages of planning a trip to Europe, and I'd very much like to spend a couple ou weeks or more in Stockholm and maybe other parts of Sweden.

How much can I expect to spend daily overall?

Considering I'm 28 years old and will stay at cheap to medium-priced hostels.

Thank you so much for your time.

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    In Sweden you can allways find "Dagens r├Ątt" (todays dish) between 11 am and 2 pm. This dish allmost allways includes a salad buffet, a warm meal - usually typically swedish dishes like meatballs or fish and a coffee/thea with a small cookie afterwards. Todays dish is very reasonable in price (costs around 90 SEK in July 2015) and is great value. Compared to going out in the evening to eat at a restaurant the similar meal would cost you tree or four times as much.
    Hotel rooms are about 1000 SEK/night. Hostel about 300 SEK/night. Most camping sites have small simple cottages at reasonable prices - but it is a better deal if you have travelling companions. Hostels and campings will have kitchens so you can cook your own meals and keep your budget and stay longer! over 5 years ago

    Answered by Anne Adsten via Site_iconWorldNomads.com

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