Most hotels have free wi-fi, and some have computers and printers in the lobby or business centre. Nearly all public libraries offer free internet access, but often the half-hour or hour slots are fully booked in advance by locals, and certain website categories may be blocked. Many tourist offices offer a computer terminal for visitor use (usually free or for a minimal fee).
Internet cafes are rarely found in Sweden as the vast majority of Swedes have internet access at home.
Wireless internet access at coffee shops is nearly universal and usually free; ask for the password when you order. At bus and train stations and airports, you often have to sign up for an account (usually free) to access the wi-fi.