Good Things About Toilets in Sweden:
- The toilets are modern, sometimes in fun Scandinavian designs to keep you entertained.
- Visitors can often find public restrooms close to popular sights.
- Toilets in Sweden are self-cleaning (public toilets) or cleaned manually on a regular basis, especially toilets in malls and sit-down restaurants.
- There are no squat toilets as far as I have ever seen.
- There are no squat toilets (just in case you're a fan of those.)
- They're pricey! Toilets in Sweden often require exact coin payment, e.g. 2 Kroner or 5 Kroner. Make sure to carry coins just for toilets.
- Just like anywhere else, toilets at Swedish airports and train stations can be smelly and unsanitary. If you can, wait until you reach your hotel in Sweden.
And to all of you guys out there: Don't use a bush or a tree for your quick business. In Scandinavia, that can quickly earn you a fine.
This travel tip is part of the series Toilets in Scandinavia where you can find information about restrooms in other Scandinavian countries as well.