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Heading to Sweden?

Get the best rates for Swedish krona to pound online!

Get ready for your trip to Sweden! Exchange your pounds for Swedish krona at Manor FX now.

We offer superb rates for pound to Swedish krona conversions, ensuring you get more Swedish krona for your journey. 

Opt for secure delivery of your Swedish krona to GBP banknotes to your home or office. Or, you can collect them from our Manor FX bureau near Heathrow.

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Thinking of exploring the picturesque streets of Stockholm or the breathtaking Swedish countryside? Here’s what you need to know about using Sweden’s currency.

Can you buy Swedish krona in the UK?

Definitely! Changing pound to Swedish kr or vice versa in the UK is easy, and you can handle both transactions at ManorFX.

Where can I exchange pounds to krona?

The Swedish krona is a popular currency. You can get Swedish krona at most major banks, post offices, and airport kiosks. But, high exchange rates at these places mean less value for your money.

Manor FX makes changing your British sterling to Swedish krona easy and efficient. Converting your Swedish krona to pounds is just as simple.

With Manor FX, converting Swedish krona to pounds is effortless. We focus on giving you the best value for your Swedish adventure! Plus, if you need to convert Swedish krona to British pounds after your trip, we’ve got you covered.

A water fall on a mountain top in Sweden.

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Should I exchange money before I travel to Sweden?

Definitely! It’s wise to have some local currency before arriving in Sweden, whether you’re exchanging Swedish krona to GBP or Swedish krona to sterling.

Can you swap GBP to Swedish krona in Sweden?

Yes. You can convert GBP to Swedish krona in Sweden, but it’s often better to get a good exchange rate before you leave.

Tip: To secure the most favourable exchange rate for Swedish currency, it’s wise to obtain some before your trip to Sweden.

Is the Swedish krona a closed currency?

Not at all. The Swedish krona (SEK) is openly traded and can be easily exchanged for the pound or other currencies.

What is the best currency to use in Sweden?

The Swedish krona (SEK) is the main currency. While Euros might be accepted in some places, using the local currency is more practical.

Remember, when you’re back, you can convert any unused Swedish krona back to pounds. Just click this link to get started.

A sunny lake surrounded by trees in Sweden.

Should I use cash in Sweden?

Carrying both cash and a card is advisable in Sweden. For smaller expenses, your Swedish krona will come in handy.

Can I use my bank card in Sweden?

Definitely! Sweden has a modern banking system. Most stores, restaurants, and ATMs accept major international cards. But, it’s smart to check for any fees from your UK bank.

A helpful tip: Inform your bank about your trip to Sweden to ensure smooth card use.

How much cash should I take to Sweden?

Sweden, known for its high living standards, can be more expensive than other places. For a moderate budget, expect daily costs to be about 800 SEK, which is roughly £77. This includes food, local transport, and entry to various attractions.

Snow covers lots of trees in Sweden.

Is life expensive in Sweden?

Indeed, Sweden is recognised for its higher living expenses. Yet, the quality of products and services is exceptional.

A cup of coffee typically costs about 25 SEK, which is around £2.40. Eating out at a moderately priced restaurant can cost around 200 SEK, equating to about £19.

Sweden offers quality experiences, making every krona spent worthwhile!

Do you tip in Sweden?

Tipping isn’t expected in Sweden, but it’s appreciated for exceptional service. Wondering if it’s rude not to tip? Not in Sweden. Feel free to tip for excellent service, but it’s not a must.

Is Sweden an expensive country to visit?

Yes, Sweden is relatively expensive. However, its stunning scenery, quality services, and unique experiences make it worth the cost!

Swedish meatballs.

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Swedish currency:

Swedish krona banknotes

The Swedish krona (SEK) is Sweden’s official currency, issued by Sveriges Riksbank. The banknotes showcase Swedish culture and heritage:

  • 20 SEK: Purple, featuring Astrid Lindgren.
  • 50 SEK: Orange, depicting Evert Taube.
  • 100 SEK: Blue, showing Greta Garbo.
  • 200 SEK: Green, highlighting Ingmar Bergman.
  • 500 SEK: Red, illustrating Birgit Nilsson.

These banknotes are known for their beautiful designs and robust security features.

Swedish Krona banknotes

Swedish krona coins

Swedish krona coins are smaller denominations of currency in Sweden, issued by Sveriges Riksbank. These coins are uniquely designed:

  • 1 krona: Features Carl XVI Gustaf’s portrait.
  • 2 kronor: It also depicts Carl XVI Gustaf, larger than the 1 krona coin.
  • 5 kronor: A gold-coloured coin showing the national coat of arms.
  • 10 kronor: Highlights the portrait of Carl XVI Gustaf.

All Swedish krona coins bear “Sverige,” indicating their authenticity. These coins are vital for daily transactions and reflect Sweden’s rich culture.

Ordering Swedish krona online

Order your currency online and get it delivered swiftly and securely to your doorstep or workplace. We ensure fast and reliable delivery using Royal Mail Special Delivery Guaranteed®.

Alternatively, you can pick up your order at our travel money shop located near Heathrow. Find the most competitive exchange rates for Swedish krona on our website. Click here to purchase Swedish krona online.

Selling back Swedish kroner to pounds

Need to convert Swedish currency to gbp? We provide great rates if you want to exchange your Swedish krona to pound sterling. Just use the sell option in our currency calculator on the home page. Converting Swedish kr to gbp is easy with Manor FX; use our currency converter at the top of the page.

A women sits in a canoe on a river in Sweden.


For short trips: UK citizens can travel to Sweden without a visa for up to 90 days within any 180-day period for tourism or business purposes.
Ensure your passport is valid.

For longer visits: Staying in Sweden for over 90 days for work, study, or other reasons may require a visa or residence permit.

Stay updated with post-Brexit travel regulations. Check the latest guidelines on the official Swedish government website or consult with the Swedish embassy/consulate in the UK. This ensures you’re prepared, whether you’re exchanging pounds to Swedish krona, exploring Sweden’s currency, or enjoying Swedish culture.

Sweden doesn’t require specific vaccinations for travellers. However, it’s good to:

Keep routine vaccinations up to date: Make sure you’re current with routine vaccinations like MMR, diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis, varicella, polio, and your annual flu shot.

COVID-19 considerations: Sweden may have COVID-19 testing, quarantine, or vaccination requirements for entry or travel. These can change, so check official sources or travel advisories before your trip.

Before your trip, speaking with a healthcare professional or visiting a travel clinic is a good idea. They can provide vaccination recommendations and health advice suited to your specific needs and travel itinerary. 

This is particularly important when you’re planning to exchange your pounds for Swedish krona and delve into Sweden’s currency and culture.

The best time to visit Sweden depends on what you want to do:

  • Winter (December to February):
    • It is ideal for enjoying cosy city vibes and winter sports.
    • Cities like Stockholm are beautifully lit and festive.
    • Expect cold temperatures and snow.
    • Convert your pounds to Swedish krona for winter experiences.
  • Spring (March to May):
    • It is a time of renewal with flowers blooming and milder weather.
    • Fewer tourists mean quieter visits to popular spots.
    • It’s still quite cool, so pack a variety of clothes.
  • Summer (June to August):
    • The peak tourist season.
    • Warm and pleasant, it is excellent for exploring the outdoors and enjoying festivals.
    • Cities and countryside are vibrant.
    • Ideal for converting your pounds to Swedish krona for various activities.
  • Autumn (September to November):
    • Experience the charm of Swedish autumn.
    • Cooler weather with fewer tourists.
    • Beautiful autumnal colours in the countryside.
    • A good time for food lovers, with many local dishes to try.

Each season in Sweden has its charm. Think about your interests and the activities you want to do when deciding the best time for your visit. Remember to consider converting Swedish krona to GBP or vice versa as part of your travel planning.

Sweden offers a wealth of fun and exciting activities. Here are some top picks:

  • Explore Stockholm: Wander through the charming streets of Gamla Stan, Stockholm’s old town. Don’t miss the Vasa Museum, which houses a 17th-century ship.
  • Visit the ABBA museum: This interactive museum in Stockholm is dedicated to the iconic pop group ABBA and is a must-visit for music fans.
  • See the northern lights: Head to the Swedish Lapland, especially during winter, to witness the spectacular Aurora Borealis.
  • Go island hopping: The West Coast archipelago near Gothenburg is perfect for exploring quaint fishing villages and beautiful landscapes.
  • Experience the midnight sun: In the north of Sweden, you can experience daylight 24 hours a day during summer.
  • Visit Icehotel: Located in Jukkasjärvi, this unique hotel made of ice and snow is rebuilt every year and offers a unique staying experience.
  • Enjoy Swedish cuisine: Don’t miss out on traditional dishes like meatballs, pickled herring, and crayfish, especially at a classic Swedish ‘smorgasbord’.
  • Skiing and winter sports Are abundant in areas like Åre, which offers world-class skiing and other winter sports.
  • Hiking and nature: Explore national parks like Sarek and Abisko for stunning hiking trails and wildlife watching.
  • Experience a Swedish sauna: Relax in a traditional Swedish sauna, which is an integral part of the local culture.
  • Visit Drottningholm Palace: This well-preserved royal palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site just outside of Stockholm.
  • Kayaking and canoeing: Take advantage of Sweden’s extensive coastline and lakes by going kayaking or canoeing.
  • Discover the art scene: Cities like Stockholm and Gothenburg have vibrant art scenes, with numerous galleries and street art to explore.
  • Fika culture: Embrace the Swedish tradition of ‘fika’ – taking a break for coffee and a snack, often a cinnamon bun or a piece of cake.
  • Attend a festival: Depending on when you visit, you might catch traditional festivals like Midsummer, Walpurgis Night, or the Lucia celebrations.

These activities offer a mix of cultural, historical, and natural experiences that showcase the best of Sweden. Whether you’re interested in outdoor adventures, history, or just soaking up the local lifestyle, there’s something for everyone in Sweden.

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Swedish Kronas Fast!

  • Free home delivery over £750
  • with Royal Mail Special Delivery 1pm
  • Better rates than the banks
You exchange:
You get:
You exchange:
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