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Take your next meeting to the Arctic. Choose between fell, forest and coast, city and countryside. No matter the choice, nature is always at your doorstep.

Here you’ll find everything from small-scale, intimate lodges for that board meeting to urban design hotels for big inspiring conventions. Boost your ROI on experiences in the clean air that helps clear thinking. Taste local food sourced from nature and try activities suitable for team building and incentives – sustainable for both the environment and local communities.

Welcome to Swedish Lapland year-round – colourful autumn days, white winters with dancing auroras, bright spring-winter days and the midnight sun of summer. Are you ready for an Arctic event that makes your jaw drop?


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With only ten minutes to the best-connected airport in Swedish Lapland and a compact city centre all surrounded by water, everything is close in Luleå. In the city centre, the choice of meeting venues is plentiful and the largest city centre venue can handle up to 1,000 pax in theatre seating, just footsteps away from the hotels. Adventure is never far away in this arctic city with archipelago, rivers and vast forestland just around the corner. Experience our seasonal contrasts from snow, cold temperatures and a frozen sea in winter, to sunshine, warmth and midnight sunlight in summer. 



Skellefteå is the southern entry into Swedish Lapland. Half the population inhabits the countryside – next door to wild rivers, hundreds of lakes, dense forests and miles and miles of coastline. The other half dwell in a modern city; a seamless transition from urban to rural defining the good life in the Arctic. The city offers most of the things you would expect in terms of good community services, good transport links and a thriving restaurant and cultural scene.



In the eastern part of Swedish Lapland, you’ll find Piteå, a lovely, small coastal town that attracts visitors from all over the world. Yes, there is something special about the spirit of the region, and it’s easy to feel welcome in Piteå, not least because of the warmth of the easy-going and hospitable locals. In terms of transportations, Luleå Airport is only 45 minutes away and Skellefteå Airport is about 1 hour away. As a MICE destination, in Piteå, you may choose from a wide range of accommodation, activities and event spaces in the area, with options for all group sizes.



Situated at the Arctic Circle, Arjeplog Municipality is one of Sweden’s largest, however, the population is a sparse 2,900. Arjeplog is the winter testing capital of the world for vehicles and components. Arjeplog has 30 years of experience of hosting international guests, press events, product launches. We have six hotels with small and mid-size conference facilities and a large variety of venue locations. Ice driving schools, ice buggy, snowmobile, moose safari, Sámi storytelling, helicopter sightseeing, glacier experience and more.



Kiruna is Sweden’s northernmost city, 200 kilometres above the Arctic Circle. A city in transformation, attracting attention around the world. With nature as a venue, breathtaking landscapes set the scene for unique experiences and memorable meetings. In the new city centre, a meeting capacity for more than 1 400 pax enables you to bring larger groups to a more traditional setting. Tailor-made events with exhilarating outdoor activities and learning elements in combination will transform the group.



Arvidsjaur, a regional hub in Swedish Lapland, connecting the coast in the east with the mountains in the west and the countryside with the city life. Arvidsjaur is mainly known for its car test industry during the winter, which has given us the opportunity to have direct flights from Arvidsjaur to four larger airports in Germany. The most popular winter activities are snowmobile safaris, driving on ice and ice fishing arctic char. Between December and April, the winter conditions for cross-country skiing and biathlon is ideal. Many of the trails start directly from Arvidsjaur centrum, both for cross-country skiing and snowmobile safaris.



A wise man once said: "A journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles." And we couldn’t agree more.

Swedish Lapland is a remote destination. It’s a vast destination. You can fly here within a couple of hours or take the overnight train from Stockholm.

More on how to get to Swedish Lapland here.


Frida Lundqvist

Meetings & Incentives contact at Swedish Lapland Visitors Board. Get in touch with her here.

Bo Wikström

Meetings & Incentives contact at Visit Skellefteå. Get in touch with him here.

Anna-Lena Le Goascogne

Meetings & Incentives contact at Argentis Arjeplog. Get in touch with her here.

Davis Wellborg

Meetings & Incentives contact at Visit Piteå. Get in touch with him here.

Louise Johansson

Meetings & Incentives contact at Kiruna Lapland. Get in touch with her here.

Mattias Mannberg

Meetings & Incentives contact at Luleå Business Region. Get in touch with him here.

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Peter Manner

Meetings & Incentives contact at Visit Arvidsjaur. Get in touch with him here.


ITB Berlin, March 6–10

Pure Meeting and Events in Paris, France, March 15

Sales Call and buyers event in London, UK, April 21–22

Swedish Workshop in Falun, Sweden, May 11–12

IMEX 2020 in Frankfurt, Germany, May 12–14

Swedish Lapland Summit in Luleå, Sweden, June 2–4

Outdoor Festival STHLM in Stockholm, Sweden, September 4–6

Visit Arctic Europe Sales Workshop in Alta, Norway September 28–30

Swedish Matchmaking in London, UK, November 6

USTOA in Maryland, USA, November 30 – December 4


The Swedish Lapland product bank gives you the possibility to create your own travel manuals to share with your client or colleague. Bookmark destinations, companies, accommodations, activities and transfers to create a manual. Then download, or e-mail the manual as a PDF.



Swedish Lapland is Sweden's Arctic destination, a location trademark for Sweden's northernmost municipalities and a destination that borders both Finland and Norway.

A Sub-Arctic and Arctic climate has of course affected area and nature. But also people’s way of life. Midnight sun in summer, northern lights in winter. It’s got everything: from high mountains to the Bay of Bothnia, the mystery of the woodland and large bodies of water, including the four national rivers.

Internationally Lapland is used as a term for all of Northern Scandinavia, an old name for Sápmi – the traditional area of the Sami indigenous people – divided between Finland, Norway, Sweden and Russia. The Sami have lived here for thousands of years, long before current national borders. This is still Sápmi to them, and within Swedish Lapland, we offer experiences that give a greater understanding of Sami culture. Swedish Lapland also contains world sensations and unique experiences. Both ICEHOTEL and Treehotel are iconic accommodation options. Midnight light in summer allows for a visit to the green, fishing, swimming, biking or walking in the middle of the night. In winter Abisko is considered one of the best places in the world to see the northern lights.

So: even if Swedish Lapland is a location trademark and even if some parts of Swedish Lapland are outside the geographical province Lappland, you’re always welcome to share our Arctic everyday life.

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    Abisko National Park, in Swedish Lapland, offers some of the best conditions in the world for northern lights watching. The unique climate of the area keep the skies almost clear, and the light pollution is next to nothing. And here, you also find the Aurora Sky Station.

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