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on 27 Jan 2015
Hi I am moving to stockholm in 2 months. I have 6 yr old thins in their year 1. Could you please suggest some good locations to rent based on the below criteria? 1. Prefer living in safe side of city centre in a spacious apartment. Budget circa 2000 dollars. How big are the apartments in square metres in that budget 2. Very close to American or British international school. Preferably walking distance 3. Very close to or in city accessible to public transport, nightlife, culture etc (Am I asking too much :) )
valentinagiglio (not verified) on 3 Feb 2015
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Shantalie on 30 Jan 2015
Hey twinfun,

Bromma is a good choice of area as it is close to the main international schools and the apartments there are said to be decent.

Check out the Areas and Suburbs of Stockholm page for more information. 

Good luck

Shantalie


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