Sweden Travel: How Expensive is Traveling in SWEDEN?


In this video I explore Stockholm and Uppsala, Sweden and show how much things cost.
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Travel to Sweden: How expensive do you travel in Sweden?

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Sweden Travel: How Expensive is Traveling in SWEDEN?

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  1. Dude you got tricked for the price, You can get the train price for the same. And it take only 5 to oslo and 5 to copenhagen

  2. Gabriel I like ur videos a lot only want u to shot it for a longer duration, say 10-15 minutes more than ur average running video time, can't get enough of ur videos, Peace

  3. wow, expensive and u must be going hungry…not a place on my list of travels after seeing this…plus, it did not look extraordinary….but a good video…

  4. When Americans say credit card do they always mean credit and not debit? Most Swedes have their card connected to their savings account.

  5. Sweden is pretty expensive. If you get too close to the Islamic No-Go Zones, it can even cost you your life.

    Welcome to Swedistan…

  6. Honest question here.
    I live in stockholm and I find this city veeery boring.
    Did you find anything interesting to do in stockholm? Or did you feel that it was boring too?

  7. I live in the bay area and I think sweden is actually cheaper so you people complaining about the prices need to stop whining.

  8. Great Video Gabe! Can I ask what credit cards do you use to travel?
    The chase saphire could save you tons on travel since your always on travel and eating out

  9. how much will you need if you want to spend 10 days in Sweden (budget travel as a backpacker) ? thank you Gab.

  10. Nice to see you visiting my home country! I think you already seen it, compared to many countries Sweden is expensive. Alright, nothing beats Norways prices but their prices are insane! =)

  11. I have found your videos absolutely wonderful. My husband and I will be moving to southern Sweden in June. (from Texas)

  12. Hi Gabriel, Do u have a favourite spot on the planet? ie what city etc….You would probably like Australia, But a lot of overseas people say its expensive. I'm from the UK but have lived in Aus.for 37 years, its a great place to live but a bit distant from the rest of the world.

  13. Gabriel, one question: when you are abroad, like in Sweden, and you heard somebody else near you speak with a canadian or americna accent, do you go and talk to them?
    I ask you this because i'm portuguese and whenever i met somebody from my country abroad, or other portuguese notice me, we go and talk to each other. There is a big urge among portuguese abroad to talk to each other and share a moment with. I wonder if this is just something about the portuguese or people from other countires feel the same.
    Just curious. Thanks.

  14. DUDE! It's awesome you include info such as having to pay for public restrooms. It's the same situation in many European countries. For me, this was an unpleasant surprise traveling in Hungary (I didn't always have change on me for the restroom!). Little details like that can make a trip a bit smoother.

  15. Thanks for another fun, informative video!!

    I had no idea they had various sizes of burgers, calculated in grams rather than by "one patty", "double patty", etc… I learned something today, thanks 🙂

  16. Some ideas for cheap and interesting future travels are the Baltics (old town Riga, Latvia is stunning) and the Caucauses. Tbilisi, Georgia is beautiful as is all of Armenia. Azerbaijan wasn't as interesting to me. Happy travels!

  17. Thanks for another interesting video.Was surprised to know celsius originated in this city..would love to visit this place someday.

  18. Sculpture looks like DNA double helix – from the monster dog?!
    Sweden is trying to eliminate cash.

  19. Haha! The smoothie video! There it is. Funny. I'm making a banana, mango, pear smoothie as I'm watching this. Uppsala looks very, very nice and about the same prices as many other places in Europe and even the US. Stuff's expensive in so many places these days. It was my experience in Europe that eating pre-made convenience food is super expensive but that groceries and making homemade food was very inexpensive, sometimes cheaper than in the US. It seems to be the case in Sweden, too. What a great experience to check another country off the list and have a really pleasant-looking time. 👍🏼✌🏼

  20. Gabriel please go to Gothenburg! that'll be my nex stop and I know you'll give me the greatest tips as always! :-);)

  21. Hi Gabe, you are a great guide. We want to go there!! The countries that you visit should compensate you somehow for promoting tourism. Anyways, and I am sure it's in one of your guidebooks, do the Europeans add tax and tip to the price of your food at restaurants or is it additional to the price like in the U.S.? Thanks…

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