Explore the Stockholm Region
Around Stockholm there are some great places to explore, live and work. Let us introduce you to a few of our favorites.
Prefer living in the countryside, have a hard time finding a place to live in Stockholm, or curious about the greater Stockholm? Then you should check these places out!
40 minutes away from the city you'll find yourself in the island of Ekerö. This is where Craig and Kerryn, who moved to Stockholm from New Zealand, started their own business.
West of Stockholm, one hour by train, you'll arrive at Eskilstuna. Meet Milka, who made her move to Eskilstuna from Croatia.
Half an hour northwest of Stockholm you have Järfälla, where Malabika, from Calcutta in India, enjoys quality of life with her family.
Just 20 minutes with public transport from Stockholm you'll find Lidingö. Lidingö is where Mihaela decided to live when she moved to Stockholm from Romania.
If you hop on the train for an hour and a half from Stockholm city center, you'll arrive at Norrköping. Martin decided to settle down here when he made his move from Germany.
Heading north, a 50 minutes bus drive from Stockholm, you find Norrtälje. This is where Pahansen settled down when moving here from Sri Lanka.
Sandviken is located two hours north of Stockholm. This is where Arco moved some 10 years ago from the Netherlands.
Going northwest of Stockholm, you will, after about an hour, reach Sala. This is where Paul moved from London.
10 minutes from the city center of Stockholm you will find Sundbyberg. Victor recently moved here from Spain.
Some 20 minutes from the city center of Stockholm heading southwest, you'll reach Södertälje. This is where Jordan made his move to from Australia.
40 minutes by train is all it takes to arrive in Uppsala, which is situated north of Stockholm. Uppsala is where Igor chose to live after moving from Belarus.
Half an hour north of Stockholm city center you find Vallentuna. This is where Johanna decided to settle down when she moved here from China.
30 minutes east of Stockholm city you will be located in Värmdö.
Nikolaj decided to move here from Copenhagen.
Also, meet Anabelle from France who fell in love with Stockholm and settled down in Värmdö.
Connected to the Stockholm city center by a 50 minute train ride southward is Västerås. Tom O'Connor relocated here with his wife from Dublin. Also, meet Ashwini Kumar Giri who decided to make the permanent move after a few shorter stints working here.