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Facts about Sweden

Sweden is a nation with thousands of coastal islands and inland lakes. Lots of tourists who visit the country usually try their hands at skiing and dog sledding as there are a lot of snow parks and resorts to trying out the adventure. There is an abundance of museums and historical sites at which tourists can bask in the rich history if the country.

Tourism in Sweden has been developing at a very steady pace in recent years as the number of tourists who visit the country yearly has been increasing. On average, Sweden receives 24.6 million tourists yearly. The Swedish government is doing her best to develop tourism in the country with 7.1% of household income being spent on domestic tourism.

The capital of Sweden Stockholm is built on 14 islands and possesses more than 50 bridges. The best time for tourists to visit the country is during the winter months with mild weather.

Basic Travel Requirements for Filipinos visiting Sweden

  • Duly Signed Sweden visa application form is required.
  • Original, signed Philippine passport valid at least 3 months.
  • The passport should have at least two blank pages for the entry/exit stamp.
  • Two passport photographs with a white background (35mm x 45mm).
  • A copy of round trip tickets or itinerary.
  • A medical travel insurance 
  • Copies of bank statements from the past 3 months.
  • Copy of the Hotel Reservations or accommodation
  • If visiting friends or family, you must provide a letter of invitation with the contact information of the host and visitor, purpose and duration of the visit, confirmation of accommodation including the address, signature, and date. 
  • You will also need to provide proof of the host's status in Sweden ie. copy of their Sweden passport's information page. If they are not a citizen of Sweden, copies of their Sweden residence permit and their national passport's information pages.
  • The visa collection time is 9:00 am to 2:00 pm (Mondays - Fridays) except for public holidays.

Types of Sweden Visa

Types of Visa Processing Time Duration of Stay
Business Visa 15 days 90 days
Tourist Visa 15 days 90 days
Student Visa 90 days Depends on the course of study
Work Visa 10 days 3 months

Visas of Sweden Fees

Visa Type Sub Type Visa Fees
Business Visa 60.00 (SEK)
Tourist Visa 60.00 (SEK)
Student Visa 1000.00 (SEK)
Work Visa 60.00 (SEK)

FAQs about Visas of Sweden

Can I drink tap water in Sweden ?

Yes, Clean drinking water is something Sweden has by the bucket load. Regardless of where you travel, the cold water that comes out of the taps is almost certainly safe to drink. If you’re traveling around the country or spending a day sightseeing then it’s worth buying a drink from a shop and then re-filling the bottle from the tap at your hostel or hotel.

Is Sweden safe ?

Yes, Sweden is an incredibly safe country to travel around in. Violent crime is extremely uncommon and muggings (although not unheard of) are thankfully very rare.

Can I trust the police in Sweden ?

Yes, Swedes have a high level of trust in the police. Reports of low-level corruption among police officers in Sweden are very rare, and most  If something bad happens to you in Sweden which is very unlikely, you can usually rely on the police to deal with the problem fairly and honestly.

What is the accepted currency in Sweden ?

Sweden currency is the Swedish Krona. .

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Business Visa from Philippines to Sweden

The business visa is issued to the Philippines traveling to Sweden for some business activities. A Philippine passport valid for at least 3 months. Fully completed Swedish business visa application form. A passport size (35mm x 45mm) photographs not older than 6 months with a white background. Current bank statement and one copy thereof. Proof of travel insurance coverage for trips. Proof of sufficient funds during the stay in Sweden. Proof of Swedish hotel reservation and an airline booking reservation for Sweden. The passport should have at least two blank pages for the entry/exit stamp. This business visa can enable the Philippines to attend trade fairs, conferences, and business summits while they are in Sweden. A letter of invitation from the inviting company in Sweden stating the duration and purpose of the applicant’s visit is required. A copy of the Philippine's resident permit.

Category: Visas of Sweden, Visa, Business visa

Tourist Visa from Philippines to Sweden

A tourist visa is issued to the Philippines traveling to Sweden for visitation/tourism. A Philippine passport that is valid for a minimum of three months. Sufficient money for your keep and for the journey home. Sweden requires that you have SEK 450 for daily spending. A copy of the Philippine resident permit. Medical travel insurance. Two blank pages should be left in your passport for entry/exit stamp. Two passports size (35mm x 45mm) photographs with a white background. Signed Sweden tourist visa application form. Proof of Swedish hotel reservation and an airline booking reservation for Sweden. A letter of invitation is required if you are visiting someone in Sweden. The letter must state the relationship between you and the host and the duration of your visit. Minors traveling with one or none of their parents are required to present a copy of their birth certificate and a notarized consent signed by both their parents.

Category: Visas of Sweden, Visa, Tourist visa

Student Visa from Philippines to Sweden

The Student Visa is issued to the Philippines who have been offered admission to study in an academic institution in Sweden. Two originals of duly accomplished study visa application forms. Original Philippine passport valid not less than six months beyond the intended period of stay in Sweden. Two passport size (35mm x 45mm) photographs with a white background. Original and one photocopy of birth certificate, verified and authenticated.  Proof of admission letter to a full-time accredited university for studies in Sweden. Proof of the first installment of the tuition fees for your course of study. Valid supporting documentation to support your residence permit application. A  passport with validity of three months You must possess a letter of admission from the university that has offered you admission in its course of study  Proof of your financial ability so as to support yourself financially during the course of your study in Sweden In case you are to stay in Sweden for a period of less than one year, you must have comprehensive health insurance and will need to provide its proof. You must fully intend to leave Sweden at the end of your course of study. Proof of study visa fee payment.

Category: Visas of Sweden, Visa, Student visa

Work Visa from Philippines to Sweden

A work visa is issued to the Philippines  who have been offered employment by an employer in Sweden. A copy of your work permit is required. Educational qualifications and curriculum vitae should be provided. A copy of the Philippine residence permit. The employment contract signed by both the employer and employee should be provided. The letter must state the job position offered to the applicant and the duration of employment. Two passport size (35mm x 45mm) photographs with a white background. Medical insurance should be provided. Proof of financial ability to support the daily expenses in Sweden. A duly signed and completely filled work visa application form.

Category: Work visa, Visas of Sweden, Visa