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Import regulations

Tax-free goods

It is no longer possible to buy spirits and tobacco at tax-free prices when traveling between EU member states. However, if you are traveling to other parts of the world, you can still buy tax-free goods if you do not exceed the duty-free limits.
 
No tax-free sales are permitted to passengers traveling between Sweden and the following countries:
 
Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland (except Alan), France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain (except for the Canary Islands).

The following import quotas apply to travelers from EU member states.

 
Alcohol
Alcoholic drinks 10 liters
Fortified wines (such as Port) 20 liters
Wine (including no more than
60 liters of sparkling wine)
90 liters
Beer 110 liters
 
Tobacco
Cigarettes 800 or
Cigarillos 400 or
Cigars 200 or
Smoking tobacco 1 kg
 
Please note that you must be 20 years old to import alcoholic beverages. You must be 18 years old to import tobacco.

The following import quotas apply to travelers from non-EU countries

 
Alcohol
Alcoholic drinks 1 liter or
Fortified wine (including sparkling wine) 2 liters
Wine 2 liters
 
Beer is counted among “other items”. The total value of beer and other items purchased during travel that you may import duty-free may not exceed SEK 1,700.
 
Tobacco
Cigarettes 200 or
Cigarillos 100 or
Cigars 50 or
Smoking tobacco 250 g

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