Latest Information on Emigration If You Are Planning to Emigrate to Swedish Lapland

If you are considering emigration to Sweden as part of a lifestyle change or retirement, there is a comprehensive new website that will advise you on all aspects of moving to Lapland in northern Sweden.

The Swedish Lapland region is a mixture of vast open spaces, forests, lakes, rivers and wild animals combined with the Sweden’s modern infrastructure including state of the art schools, hospitals, community facilities, shops, road and rail network, airports and much more. If you would like to ski from your doorstep, dog sled as much as you want, see the Northern Lights, go to the Jokkmokk Winter Market and Ice Hotel every year, experience 24 hour daylight for 100 days each year, fish in thousands of lakes and rivers, hike for hundreds of miles, visit all of the many national parks in the region, enjoy the Sami culture, drive on traffic and smog free roads and buy your next home for a fraction of what you pay in your own country, take a look at the new website. The website contains more detailed information on the following:

Sweden offers settlers a high standard of living and ranks as one of the highest countries for lifestyle and prosperity. The Municipality of Jokkmokk lies just above the Arctic Circle and is Sweden’s second largest district. The total area is over 7,500 square miles and consists of thousands of lakes, several large rivers and thousands of square miles of forest. The population of Jokkmokk numbers a few thousand. These people occupy an area larger than the most of the people living in many of the major European cities.

Half of Jokkmokks boundaries consist of extensive mountain regions, national parks and a large number of nature reserves. Sarek, Padjelanta, Strora Sjöfallet and Muddus national parks belong to the Laponia region, which in December 1996 was nominated by UNESCO as a World Heritage site. The Laponia region was chosen as a combined nature and cultural heritage site, which is rare and for nature lovers, confirms Jokkmokk Municipality as the last true wilderness of Europe.

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