Hello :) I need help from someone Swedish please :) anyone?
I studied in Sweden and enjoy returning there as often as I can. You will absolutely love Sweden. Much as I enjoy visiting my relatives in Germany, friends in England, our sister city in France, etc., Stockholm remains my absolute favorite city in the world.
Yes, Sweden is a little expensive, but no more so than Germany, and there are plenty of ways to save money. For example, book your train travel in advance to take advantage of advance-booking discounts. Visit Swedish Rail's website, www.sj.se and click on the English-language button. Gather ingredients for a nice urban picnic at markets or grocery stores, then plop down in a nice square, along the harbor, etc., and feast al fresco. In Stockholm you are always within a ten-minute walk of a public park or other green space. Stay outside of town in one of the suburbs served by the urban light rail network to save money over staying in Stockholm.
In all my visits to places all over Sweden, I can count on one hand the number of times I encountered a small language barrier. Nearly every Swede speaks some English, and those that don't might know a little German. Though the language looks a little strange, you can often interpret signs if you speak some German, as there is some distant relationship to many of the words. (Swedish is actually a much simpler language than German.)
For your first visit, you will definitely want to stick to the Stockholm area. Be sure to see the changing of the guard at the Royal Palace. if it is a regimental change, there is often lots more pomp and ceremony, including possible concerts by the new regiment's band. Tour the state treasury to see the crown jewels, which are less ostentatious than those in London's Tower, and see the royal apartments. Don't miss the "Wasa" Museum, devoted to the 17th-century warship that sank in Stockholm harbor on its maiden voyage and was raised more than 300 years later more than 90 percent intact. Also see the Nordic Museum, and enjoy a pleasant afternoon strolling around Skansen, the hillside architectural preserve. Go shopping at Ahlens or NK department stores, and also the many shops and boutiques in the charming Gamla Stan, or Old Town. Take a canal boat trip out to Drottningholmslot, the royal country palace, and be sure to tour the theatre with its ancient theatrical equipment that still works.
You will love Sweden. I wish I was there again!