If you would like to do som tourism in the area before or/and after the event, here are some webpage tips.
Visit Gammelstad (old church town) – Gammelstad has the country’s largest and best preserved church town with 405 cottages that holds 553 chambers. The World Heritage site comprises the historically valuable buildings, a total of 520 protected buildings, roads, archaeological ground and the centuries-old practice of staying overnight during weekends in the church cottages.
Visit Hägnan – Open-air museum Hägnan with its old, wooden structures typical of northern Sweden.
Hällsingåfallet – Hällingsåfallet is one of Sweden’s highest waterfalls that falls into Sweden’s longest canyon.
Vildmarksvägen – Vildmarksvägen (‘The Wilderness Road’) is one of the highest roads in Sweden and runs through parts Jämtland and Lapland. The scenic route takes you through places such as the lake of Stora Blåsjön and the fantasic Stekenjokk plateau.
Kiruna – to see and to do in the town that is moving
Kiruna – article about the town that is moving
The ice hotel – in Jukkasjärvi, Kiruna
Kebnekaise – Sweden’s highest mountain “close” to Kiruna