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Transfer in Sweden
The Kingdom of Sweden is located in Northern Europe on the Scandinavian Peninsula. Tourists usually first go to the capital city, Stockholm. Many interesting sights are concentrated in the old town of Gamla stan and on the Knight's island of Riddarholmen: the Royal Palace, the oldest Sankt Nikolai kyrka (Church of St. Nicholas), and the Nobel Museum. The City, Historic, and Architectural Museums of Stockholm are also worth visiting. In the port city of Gothenburg, we recommend visiting the largest amusement park in Northern Europe, Liseberg, as well as Älvsborg (also known as Elfsborg Fortress) and Gunnebo slott (Gunnebo House). In a cozy town of Malmö, you can take a stroll around numerous parks, take a look at the unique twisted skyscraper "Turning Torso" or go shopping in the Emporia shopping center.
The first thing you need to decide upon arrival to Sweden is how to get from the airport to the city. The only advantage of public transportation here in this situation is its low price. Buses, trams, trains and electric trains Sweden, as a rule, stop operating closer to midnight, while in the afternoon you can waste a lot of time waiting. But if you order a transfer for a certain time, you do not need to adjust to the schedule.
You can also order a taxi in Sweden, by phone or through the app, however, an individual transfer is still the most convenient and reliable variant, especially if travel from the airport: the price of your trip is known in advance, and it cannot be changed after the booking, the driver will meet you with the nameplate at the appointed time, and help with the luggage, and the car will be no more than seven years old. Plus, you can choose the most suitable type of vehicle: from a micro for three people to a minibus for a large group. Simply place your order on the Kiwitaxi website and enjoy the excellent transfer service in Sweden.