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House removals to Sweden from the UK with Bearsbys

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Britannia Bearsbys have been carrying out removals to Sweden and the scandanivian countries since we began operation back in 1987. The great thing about moving to Sweden is that there is no need for a container ship. We have a dedicated removals team and can move all of your belongings in one of our removals trucks and drive it wherever it needs to go. For more information on moving around the world with Britannia Bearsbys please see our page on moving abroad.

Stockholm Sweden

Reasons why our clients move to Sweden

Moving to Sweden can be an enticing prospect for several compelling reasons. First and foremost, Sweden consistently ranks high in global quality of life indices, boasting an excellent healthcare system, superb education, and a strong social safety net. The Swedish welfare model ensures that residents enjoy a high standard of living and a strong sense of security making it a very attractive country for those seeking those qualities from the UK.

Sweden’s natural beauty is another significant draw. Its stunning landscapes, including pristine lakes, dense forests, and picturesque coastlines, offer ample opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts to explore and enjoy nature year-round. Additionally, Sweden’s commitment to sustainability and environmental protection means that you’ll have access to clean air, clean water, and a generally eco-friendly lifestyle.

Swedish society is known for its progressive values and inclusivity, making it a welcoming place for individuals of all backgrounds. The country’s strong economy and low levels of corruption make it an attractive destination for career opportunities and business ventures.

Moreover, Sweden’s rich cultural heritage, including its design, cuisine, and arts, provides a vibrant and diverse environment for residents to immerse themselves in. The nation’s high level of English proficiency also makes it easy for newcomers to adapt and communicate.

Stockholm Sweden

Moving to Stockholm from the UK

Stockholm: The capital and largest city of Sweden, Stockholm is known for its stunning archipelago, historic old town (Gamla Stan), and a thriving cultural scene. It’s a hub for business, politics, and entertainment, featuring world-class museums, theaters, and restaurants.

Gothenburg Sweden

Moving to Gothenburg from the UK

Gothenburg (Göteborg): Sweden’s second-largest city, Gothenburg is a vibrant port city on the west coast. It offers a mix of cultural attractions, including Liseberg amusement park, beautiful parks, and a lively food scene, along with a strong emphasis on sustainability and innovation.

More Cities our clients move to in Sweden

Malmo Sweden

Moving to Malmo from the UK

Malmö: Located in southern Sweden, Malmö is a rapidly growing city known for its modern architecture, diverse population, and proximity to Copenhagen, Denmark, just a short train ride away. It boasts beautiful parks and beaches along the Öresund strait.

Lund University Sweden

Moving to Lund from the UK

Lund: Another university town in southern Sweden, Lund is known for its well-preserved medieval architecture, cobblestone streets, and a lively student community. The city has a strong academic and research culture.

Kiruna Church Sweden

Moving to Kiruna from the UK

Kiruna: Located in the far north of Sweden, Kiruna is known for its unique Arctic landscape, the famous Icehotel, and the nearby Abisko National Park, making it a destination for winter enthusiasts and Northern Lights seekers.

Uppsala Sweden

Moving to Uppsala from the UK

Uppsala: Famous for its prestigious Uppsala University, this historic city is located north of Stockholm. Uppsala offers a rich cultural heritage, including the impressive Uppsala Cathedral and Gustavianum museum, along with a relaxed atmosphere.


Moving to Linköping from the UK

Linköping: A city in eastern Sweden, Linköping is home to a growing technology and industrial sector. It offers a mix of historical sites, beautiful parks, and a thriving business environment.


Moving to Visby from the UK

Visby: Situated on the island of Gotland in the Baltic Sea, Visby is a well-preserved medieval town and a UNESCO World Heritage site. It’s a popular summer destination for its historic charm and festivals.

These cities cater to a range of interests, whether you’re looking to move to a bustling urban environment, a daily cultural experience, or looking for natural beauty. Each city has its own distinct character, making Sweden a diverse and attractive country to live in.

Britannia Bearsbys carry out removals all over Europe, we are a family run removals company based in Kent and as well as international services we provide local services too. We can cater to anything. If you have a few bits and pieces you’d like taken to Italy, Denmark, Finland, France or down under to Australia or New Zealand we really are here to help. 

Recent move to Sweden

One of the most recent removals to Sweden that we carried out was in fact a series of deliveries and collections of smaller loads rather than a complete removal, that took our team through Germany, Denmark, Sweden and even Norway. Our team initially went across from Harwich to Rotterdam, where they were required to clear customs because of an imported delivery that originated from America. After delivering these items to Hamburg, the removal team drove up to Aarhus in Denmark and delivered some goods originally from Margate, before delivering a number of others to Vejle from Tonbridge.

The team then delivered a full house to Copenhagen (our road train can hold a number of households in one go) before carrying on their journey up to Helsingborg, where they caught the ferry to Sweden. Once arriving in Sweden, the removals crew made two deliveries in Stockholm before making their way to Norway, where they were required to pass through customs once again. After clearing customs the team made a delivery in Oslo, after which they drove back down to Gothenburg in Sweden where they caught the ferry back to the UK to save two days of driving.