Discussion of Stockholm
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Proximity to the sea: Depending on where you live, it’s from a five-minute walk to thirty minutes by car.
I’ve got no reasons for complaints.
Cheerful, friendly, sociable.
It’s not really hot, but it’s still nice. I consider it’s better than in Moscow. In summer it’s around 20-22 degrees, in winter – 5-10 degrees below zero. Autumn may be quite rainy, but there are no many heavy downpours.
Education is free in state universities even for foreigners. The quality is good.
Fortunately I didn’t have to experience that.
Swedish, English (all without exception).
The roads are good, the drivers too. Public transport is very developed. There are many buses, trains, and the metro is good too. All public transport works on schedule and almost around the clock.
Travelling abroad: Schengen Area.
Prices vary – something is cheaper than in CIS countries, something is more expensive. If you know places you may buy food and clothes at low prices. Electronic gadgets are much more expensive than in Russia.
It is hard to find a job if you don’t have a direct contract or local residence.
It is very expensive to rent a flat, so it’s cheaper to buy it on credit. Rental fee depends on the flat itself and the district where it is situated. One bedroom flat with furniture on the edge of the city costs around 400-500 euro per month.
I’ve never faced it. Police can be seen once in a year, which is a sign of public peace and order.
Women are not as beautiful as eastern Slavs, but are still pretty.
100 Mb/s - 40 euro per month.
Everything is good.
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