Removals to Sweden
Moving to a new home opens up all sorts of exciting opportunities and if you are relocating abroad and need removals to Sweden, Greens Removals can help. We are British Association of Removers (BAR) registered for domestic and international removals and are experienced in removals to Sweden. We offer low cost, efficient shipping to Gothenburg, Oslo and Stockholm, amongst others, and are delighted to help you in your move.
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Expert Help for Removals to Sweden
As we have clocked up more than 40 years' experience in household and commercial European removals, you can be assured your possessions and valuables will be in safe hands. Shipping to Gothenburg is hassle free as we help you with all paperwork as well as customs clearance, so we can move you into your new home as swiftly and as efficiently as possible.
If you need removals to Sweden, we can provide a complete range of services tailored to suit your individual needs. Among the services Greens provide include long and short term storage, full or part load removals, and shipping to Gothenburg or other parts of the country in 20ft and 40ft containers. Our fully trained staff offer a complete packing service and will unpack your possessions at your destination on request. However, if you require European removals and prefer to do your own packing, we supply and sell strong boxes, tape and bubble wrap.
For removals to Sweden or any other destination for European removals, our friendly, dependable team are on hand to answer any questions you may have. If you would like to find out more about our service or need advice on any aspect of your move, please call us today on 01449 613053.
Moving to Gothenburg, Sweden: Living in Gothenburg
Gothenburg is a busy coastal city with a river running through it, the Gota River, and is home to Scandinavia's busiest port. It is a lively student city with two universities, The University of Gothenburg and the Chalmers University of Technology. The cost of living here is generally lower than several other parts of the country.
Gothenburg is known as Goteborg in Sweden which is pronounced a little bit like this (yer-te-bor). The city is easy to fly in and out of as it is served by two airports, Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport and Gothenburg City Airport, which is less than ten miles from the city centre.
Gothenburg was the birthplace of car company Volvo in 1927 and the city is also home to Europe's largest shopping mall, Nordstan, which has 180 retail outlets as well as 150 offices. Ten per cent of the city is made up of green space such as parkland and gardens.
Moving to Gothenburg, Sweden: Places to Visit
Gothenburg has many interesting places to visit including museums, art galleries, parks and heritage sites. Boat trips are very popular here and one of the main natural tourist attractions is the Southern Gothenburg Archipelago, which has can be reached by ferry boat and consists of many beautiful and picturesque islands.
If you enjoy the wonders of art. The Gothenburg Museum of Art is known for its collection of Nordic art from the end of the 19th century and also houses older as well as more contemporary art.
For shopping, the city is a delight. As well as its vast shopping mall, another place to go for a spot of retail therapy is the Kungsportsavenyn which is also known as the Avenue. It is 1 km long and is the main avenue in the city. It is often nicknamed the Champs-Elysees after the famous shopping street of the same name in Paris.
If you want thrills and excitement, Liseberg is Scandanavia's largest amusement park and is situated in the centre of the city. It attracts more than 3 million visitors a year and is close to the nearby science discovery centre, Universeum.
Moving to Gothenburg, Sweden: Climate
Despite its northerly location, temperatures are fairly mild all year round in Gothenburg. The temperature in summer hovers around the 20C mark but can reach between 25-30C on some days. Winters are chilly, but it rarely gets colder than -10C. Snow can be expected any time between November and April and sometimes even in May and October.
Moving to Gothenburg, Sweden: Accommodation for Expats
The Gothenburg Housing Association (Goplats Goteborg) can help you find unfurnished accommodation but there are also plenty of estate agents offering furnished accommodation. There is a good choice of city apartments and houses available all over the city.
Moving to Gothenburg, Sweden: Out and About in Gothenburg
Gothenburg is a very clean and friendly city and it is easy to get out and about. One great way to see Gothenburg is by tram which are dotted all over the city, or by bus which is another good way to travel. It is also a fairly small city so it is easy to get around by foot. Other methods of travel include the boat and ferry service and there is a central station with connections via rail to other Swedish destinations and also to Oslo in Norway and Copenhagen in Demark via Malmo.