Lonely Planet Sweden (Travel Guide) Paperback – 11 May 2012
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The pull-out map shows the Stadsbibliotek and Kulturhuset as must-see sites, denoted with a red eye symbol. Neither is in the book’s index. There may be other such omissions.
I'm interested in art. So, where is ‘Magasin 3’ (p.67)? The book says it’s near Kaknastornet but doesn’t say where the latter is.
I have been trying to work out the best deal on public transport and museum entry. Prices cited in the book are higher than those on Lonely Planet's website. This doesn’t inspire confidence.
They fail to mention -- and I think it's important -- that the expensive Stockholm allows you into each of the 80 museums museum only once. There's not much point in having free admission to, say, the tobacco museum if you have to pay for your 2nd visit to the Nationalmuseum.
They refer vaguely to 'seniors' who get reduced admission. In fact it's over 65s (this matters if you are 64) and it's about 33% off.
Information on travel costs is divided between pages 60 and 94. It is hopelessly muddled and It needs rewriting. I tried to compare buying a 3-day SL card (is there an over-65s discount -- it doesn't say)with buying a carnet of 16 srtip-tickets, but couldn't. Please note that you need at least 2 strip-tickets for each bus, tram or ferry ride. They don't tell you this.