Sweden Postal Code

Alvesta
Arvika
Arboga
Avesta
Askersund
Asele
Ale
Ange
Are
Arjeplog
Atvidaberg
Arjang
AmAl
angelholm
alvsbyn
alvdalen
Astorp
Arvidsjaur
AlingsAs
almhult
alvkarleby
Aneby
Botkyrka
Bromolla
BAstad
Bollebygd
Blekinge
Borlange
Bracke
Berg
Bjurholm
Boxholm
Borgholm
Boden
Bengtsfors
BorAs
Bollnas
Burlov
Bjuv
Dorotea
Dalarna
Danderyd
Dals-Ed
Degerfors
Eskilstuna
Emmaboda
Essunga
Eda
Enkoping
Ekero
Eksjo
Eslov
Fargelanda
Forshaga
Fagersta
Filipstad
FinspAng
Falkenberg
Falkoping
Flen
Falun
Gnesta
Gislaved
Gotland
Gallivare
Gotene
Gavle
Gagnef
GullspAng
Goteborg
Gavleborg
Gnosjo
Grastorp
Grums
Haparanda
Harryda
Herrljunga
Hedemora
Hultsfred
Halmstad
Halland
Harnosand
Huddinge
Haninge
Hylte
Helsingborg
Hallsberg
Hudiksvall
Hassleholm
Harjedalen
HAbo
Hjo
Hammaro
Hoor
Hallstahammar
Hoganas
Hagfors
Hallefors
Hofors
Hogsby
Horby
Heby
Jarfalla
Jamtland
Jonkoping
Jokkmokk
Kiruna
Knivsta
Karlskrona
Kungsbacka
Kumla
Karlskoga
Kristianstad
Karlstad
Kavlinge
Kronoberg
Karlsborg
Koping
Kil
Katrineholm
Krokom
Karlshamn
Klippan
Kristinehamn
Kalmar
Kungsor
Kramfors
Kungalv
Kalix
LuleA
Lomma
Landskrona
LaxA
Ludvika
Lund
Leksand
Lycksele
Linkoping
Lidkoping
Lekeberg
Ljusnarsberg
Lindesberg
Lysekil
Ljusdal
Laholm
Lerum
Lidingo
Lessebo
Lilla Edet
Ljungby
MalA
Motala
MorbylAnga
Mora Sweden
Markaryd
Mellerud
Mariestad
Malung
Mark
Munkedal
Molndal
Mullsjo
Malmo
MonsterAs
Munkfors
Mjolby
Nacka
Nora
Norrtalje
Nordmaling
Nykoping
Norrkoping
Norberg
Nordanstig
Nykvarn
Nynashamn
Norrbotten
Norsjo
Nassjo
Nybro
overtorneA
orkelljunga
Orsa
Oxelosund
ostergotland
ostersund
ostra Goinge
odeshog
ornskoldsvik
Olofstrom
Oskarshamn
ockero
orebro
Ockelbo
osterAker
osthammar
OvanAker
Orust
overkalix
Osby
Pajala
PiteA
Partille
Perstorp
Ragunda
Rattvik
Robertsfors
Ronneby
Solna
SkellefteA
Svedala
Svenljunga
Skara
Sala
SollefteA
Sodermanland
Stenungsund
Stromstad
Stromsund
Sodertalje
Sorsele
SkAne
Skovde
Sunne
Saffle
Sundbyberg
Soderkoping
Solvesborg
Skinnskatteberg
Sundsvall
Salem
Stockholm
Storuman
Simrishamn
Smedjebacken
Sandviken
Soderhamn
Savsjo
Sjobo
Staffanstorp
Skurup
Surahammar
Sater
Strangnas
Sotenas
Storfors
Svalov
Trosa
Tomelilla
Toreboda
TimrA
Tingsryd
Trelleborg
Tanum
Tidaholm
Tjorn
Trollhattan
Tyreso
Tranemo
Tibro
Tierp
TranAs
TorsAs
Taby
Torsby
UmeA
Uppsala
Uddevalla
Uppvidinge
Ulricehamn
Vallentuna
Vilhelmina
Vadstena
Vetlanda
VArgArda
Vara
Vaggeryd
Vastra Gotaland
Varmland
Vastmanland
Vasternorrland
Vellinge
Varberg
Vanersborg
Valdemarsvik
Vastervik
Vaxholm
Vindeln
Vasterbotten
Varmdo
Varnamo
Vaxjo
Vansbro
VingAker
Vannas
VasterAs
Vimmerby
Ystad


Sweden's postal codes

Sweden is divided into a number of postcode zones for the purpose of postal routing. The Swedish postcode (Swedish: postnummer) system is handled on behalf of the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority by the Swedish Mail Service (Swedish: Posten AB) (Swedish: Post- och telestyrelsen).

History

Until 1968, mail in Sweden was sorted solely by geographic location, which meant that postal employees had to become familiar with all of the country's mail hubs and the specific mail trains that served them. In 1967, it was determined that Sweden will use postcodes on May 12, 1968. Since then, the postcode system has remained mostly unchanged, with the exception of a modest reform in the mid-1990s, when all remaining postal terminals were fitted with automatic mail sorting equipment. Sweden was divided into almost 16,100 postcode areas in 2008.

Postal code Format

Swedish postcodes are consisting of a five-digit number combination separated into two sets of three and two digits each. The numerical system is based on the idea that the lower the postcode, the more south the location is. The idea does not apply to postcodes beginning with the number 1, which correspond to the capital city of Stockholm. Mail delivery centres are classified according to their size into two-, three-, and five-digit positioning groups. The two-position group has more variants, whereas the five-digit positioning group contains the fewest.

A gap between the third and fourth digits is required by the system. Earlier suggestions recommended that a double space be provided between the postcode and the geographic location, and that the geographic location be stated in capital letters. A single space is now considered standard, and capital letters are no longer necessary.

A typical address might be as follows:

Sven Nilsson (First and last names)

Roslagsgatan 10 (Street and number)

113 51 Stockholm (Postcode, and geographic location)

Positioning by two digits

The first two digits represent the city. Stockholm, Gothenburg, and Malmö all have two-digit addresses, one for mailboxes and businesses and another for street addresses.

The postcodes are arranged geographically. The first ten digits correspond to Stockholm; otherwise, the lower digits correspond to the larger city regions in the south, increasing northward.

What is Sweden address format?

Anna Bjorklund
Storgatan 1
112 01 Stockholm
Sweden

What is Sweden Zipcode Format?
Sweden Zipcode Format

Useful Information:-
  • Toal Postal Code in Country:- Total 16689 Postal Code In Sweden
  • Postal Code Type :- 5-digit
  • Toal Population :- 10.6Million (May2023)
  • Capital Name :-Stockholm
  • Dialing Code :-46