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Super

ProCheap, lots of stations, mostly reliable

ConsCan be hard to understand for non-swedes

I recently read an opinion on "Getting Around in Stockholm", which contained very little or true information, so decided to write my own. Perhaps not many people will read it, but the opinion I read does nothing to portray the real Stockholm public transport system. Stockholm has one of the best...

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Super

“Metro's pretty good”

published 13/10/2000

ProYou get around

ConsIt ain't a limo, but what did you expect?

I went to Stockholm in July 2000 (to run the Marathon there, as it happens). It's a fine city and the metro's just what you need to whizz you about. But, it's not totally obvious how to buy tickets. - There are little ticket booths with probably the most articulate people I have ever seen...

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Excellent

“Efficient, safe and clean”

published 30/08/2000

Proclean, efficient

Consnone

The Stockholm underground/metro is called the Tunnelbana (or T-Bana). There are 3 lines across the city, and stations almost on every main street. Stations are clearly marked with a blue T sign. Tickets are comparatively priced, but you can buy a Tourist Card or Stockholm Card for discounted...

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Not for me

When you visit Stockholm take your bycicle with you! Stockholm's subway is terrible dirty, smelling urin and infested with parasites. It looks like they never clean and wash the floor there. The trains on the blue and red lines look like they are going to fall apart. The space between seats is so...

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Product Information : Getting around in Stockholm

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Listed on Ciao since: 30/08/2000