EU citizens don't need a visa, so your
passport will be stamped for free at any entry point
open to the foreigners
The currency is the lilangeni (1€=
10 lilangeni). The peculiarity is that in Swaziland
the South African Rand is commonly used as currency
and the change ratio between lilangeni and rand
is always 1:1. That's why is not convenient to change
in the local currency your Rands, running the risk
to have useless money once outside the country.
I took Lariam against Malaria, mainly
due to the part of the travel in Mozambique; having
a mosquito net, wearing long pants, long sleeve shirts
and abounding with insect repellent, you can avoid
the famigerated Lariam profilassys.
Take into consideration to buy Malarone instead of
Lariam, although it's a daily dose (Lariam weekly)
and more expensive, it doesn't give Lariam side effects.
If you r gonna staying for a long period in the country,
obviously you have to do your counts on risks, money
Morevoer I had the usual vaccinations:
Ephatite A, B, Typhus, Tetanus, Meningitis.
I hadn't any problem with the food or the drinks,
never drinking tap water, obviously.
I used Lonely Planet 'Southern Africa
2007'; I found it particularly shallow in the details
of the frequency of the public means of transports
(especially to reach the villages) and also giving
the distances, but it's still a helpfull travelmate