Not many tourists know it, but more and more are discovering it: Uppsala is a gastronomic haven. Sweden’s fourth largest city is well worth a stop by or five to experience all of the high quality restaurants it has to offer. But where to go, you may ask? Not to worry! Follow our foodie guides to experience the best restaurants in Uppsala.

Stockholm Arlanda Airport offers Sweden’s strongest route network with more than 181 different national and international destinations. Its proximity to Arlanda makes Uppsala an easily-accessible destination for travellers from around the world.

If you decide to take the train to the airport, it gets you there in just 18 minutes. Trains to Uppsala stop at Arlanda Central Station, which is located in SkyCity between terminal 4 and 5. But you can also travel by bus, car or taxi. Links to various bus and taxi companies can be found here.

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Find out if you require a visa to travel to Sweden. 

The official language is Swedish, but most Swedes speak English fluently.

The Swedish currency is the Swedish Crown (SEK). 

In June, we can expect average highs of 15-20 degrees Celsius with overnight lows of 10 degrees.  Pack layers as you will need something warmer for the evenings.

Check out the website of Destination Uppsala for frequently asked questions about Uppsala’s attractions.