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Within Stockholm itself, renting a car does not make a lot of sense. Parking is expensive, and the city is so well connected by public transportation that you shouldn't need a car to get around. If you plan to explore the archipelago and beyond, however, a car might well come in handy.
For budget-friendly rental car rates in Stockholm and elsewhere in Sweden, we recommend Auto Europe. EuroCheapo has partnered with Auto Europe to offer the cheapest rental car prices in Sweden and throughout Europe.
A good rate for a three-day economy car rental in Stockholm is SEK 1320.
To get the best price, reserve your rental car before leaving home. Ask for an all-inclusive rate that includes full insurance and unlimited kilometers. The cheapest rental cars will have neither air conditioning nor windows that roll down automatically.
For more information about rental cars and booking agencies, check out our guide to renting a car in Europe.
Who are we? EuroCheapo is a guide to cheap hotels in Stockholm and throughout Europe. We have visited, inspected and photographed hotels in otherwise pricey Stockholm, and all of our recommendations are clean, central and affordable.
Stockholm, and most of Scandinavia for that matter, is famously pricey. But we Cheapos love a challenge! Our Stockholm editor visited every affordable hotel he could find in town, along with some (very clean) hostels and even a few floating “botels.”
Getting started: To find a budget hotel in Stockholm, search by your travel dates in the box above or check out our list of recommended hotels. If you’d like some advice on choosing the right neighborhood, read through our neighborhood overview. And for additional tips on ways to lower your trip budget in Stockholm (and who couldn’t use some more tips with that?), spend some time on the articles listed below.
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