Moving to Torsby
Torsby is a large and beautiful municipality in the north of Värmland with plenty of opportunities for sports and outdoor activities. We have mountains and lakes, streams and wilderness - all you need for an active and easy life!
Living in Torsby
When you move here, you will have access to the rich nature and opportunities of Torsby all-year-round! In Torsby, it is still possible to live well at a reasonable cost. Real-estate prices are much lower here than in the larger urban areas.
Yet, the city is not far away. The connections from Torsby to the cities of Karlstad, Oslo, Göteborg and Stockholm, by car, air or by public transport, are very good. Torsby Airport offers a regular air service to and from Stockholm Arlanda, minimizing your travelling time from Torsby to Arlanda to little more than one hour.
Housing and education
It is relatively easy to find suitable housing in Torsby, whether you prefer a lakeside cottage, a wooden house in the forest, a farm or a comfortable apartment in the town centre.
We have excellent and well-developed childcare and education services, not only in the town centre but also in the surrounding rural areas. Torsby's upper secondary school Stjerneskolan (for children aged 16-19 years) even has a nationwide reputation for its educational programmes in which elite sports training is blended with regular schooling.
Get more information
Follow these links to read more about living in Torsby:
For more practical information about moving to Sweden, go to
- Sweden.se, with lots of information about the country, the culture, the school system and so on
- Migrationsverket, with information about rights and permits when moving to Sweden
- Importation of cars and vehicles
You are welcome to contact us!
For questions about starting a business in Torsby, please contact our business service.
For all other questions concerning Torsby Municipality and its services, you are welcome to contact the municipal reception desk at +46 (0)560 160 00 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Innehållsansvarig: Emelie Röjeskog