Money Saving Tips for Swedish Travel Bloggers

Travelling in Sweden is a once in a lifetime experience yet it will entail a lot of expenses on your part if you are not being wise in spending your money. If you are a travel blogger, you need to save a lot so that you can enjoy as many destinations as you can. Of course, the more experiences you have while traveling, the more content your blog will have. Aside from that, it will also encourage other bloggers to try all your adventures. Take note of the following money saving tips that can help you a lot. If you are more curious about Primera Air then you can learn more about it on

Book in advance

Train tickets prices will cost you a lot so you need to book a month or more in advance. It will get you around 40-50% off. You may want to consider major companies such as Swebus, SJ, and MTR.

Skip the luxurious restaurants- Eating out in Sweden is indeed very expensive, so you better stick to the outside food vendors you see on the streets. You can also buy cheap hotdogs and sausages for as low as 30 SEK. Thai and Middle-Eastern restaurants are probably the cheapest as their meals just cost around 65 SEK.

Lunch is the best time to eat in Sweden as most restaurants have set meals for around 105 SEK.

Purchase a city tourism card and a rail pass – Tourism cards will give you access to a city’s public transportation system and free entrance to 99& of the museums and attractions. On the other hand, rail passes allow you to save a hundred dollars off the high cost of travel.

Avoid clubs – If you are a party person, then you probably will look for clubs to enjoy your friends’ company. However, most clubs in Sweden cost around 260 SEK. Save your money instead for your adventures and other incidental expenses. In addition, since alcohols are heavily taxed in Sweden, you may want to consider drinking beer as they are as low as 50 SEK.

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