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Welcome to Österåker Municipality in Roslagen with its archipelago, the ironworks, the villages and the ocean! Österåker is one of the fastest-growing communities in the Stockholm region and in Sweden. With its 1,100 islands and extraordinary landscapes, Österåker - located 30 km north of the capital in the Stockholm archipelago - is both an attractive place to live and a great holiday destination.

The young population is growing steadily. Today there are more than 45,000 people living here permanently, and during the summer holiday season, the population almost doubles.

Österåker has plenty to offer: attractive landscapes, galleries, outdoor activities, historical sites, markets, concerts, and many other types of events. Plan your visit with the web sites Visit Roslagen and Stockholm Archipelago.

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Get here

You can reach Österåker by car, bus or train (Roslagsbanan train line). If you are travelling by train, you depart from Östra Station in Stockholm and arrive at the railway station in the centre of Åkersberga. Buses can take you further within Österåker. If you take a bus from Stockholm, you depart from Danderyds sjukhus (Danderyd Hospital).

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Österåker offers various kinds of accommodation. You can stay at hotels, bed & breakfasts or hostels, rent a cottage or go camping. Find out more on the tourism website Visit Roslagen.

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Doing business in Österåker

In the Stockholm region, 50 municipalities collaborate to provide assistance to companies setting up or expanding business operations in the region.

Doing business in Österåker

Are you new in Sweden?

The website Information about Sweden is a portal for anyone who is new to Sweden and wants to find information about Swedish society quickly and easily. It brings all the information, in several different languages, together in one place.

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Monday 9 March 2020