But Maybe Not For SL?
Tuesday 28 November 2023
Sophistication in Sweden's Stockholm
When fbb was a childhood and ignorant collector of postage stamps. he remembers that those fot Sweden were printed on very cheap paper and not a patch on those of Queen Elizabeth II.
Jul (Yule in English) is "Christmas" and Brev means "mail". Seemples!
fbb struggled to remember what he had forgotten about Sweden and, with a bit of a prod from Wikipedia, came up with Saab and Volvo cars ...
It has red buses ...blue buses.blue trams ...
But the web site ...
... maybe fbb is thick; he doesn't know any Swedish and the English translation version of the web site seems hopelessly inadequate!
Your elderly blogger has found a rail network map ...
No map of the bus network is on offer and no obvious timetables of anything!
While you are reading this, fbb will be trying harder. But tomorrow's blog will look more closely at the well-mapped rail services.
Use the online planning tools or pick up a timetable. Timetable booklets are free of charge and you can pick them up at the SL Centers.
SL Center are our travel information and customer service centers that are located around town.
You can download a timetable at the Swedish section, but that service is not available in English.
The timetables are in Swedish, but should be fairly easy to understand if you have a slight command of Swedish.
Haven't found them yet!
Next Stockholm blog : Wednesday 29th November