Stationsgatan 67, Lulea 97234, Sweden
More about Luleå
please give the location map of Red cross second hand shop in Lulea.
The page of the Red Cross in Swedish doesn't say anything about a second hand shop in Luleå but the location map of the Red Cross office in Luleå is http://maps.google.se/maps?ie=UTF-8&oe=utf-8&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a&um=1&q=r6da+korset&near=Lule%A5&fb=1&view=text&latlng=11628719687918240810
Travel Tips for Luleå
Rain Gear A Must
-Goretex rain gear (though it's expensive it will be well worth the investement here)
-Umbrella if you don't have rain gear
-Hiking shoes will help to see the scenery -You will certainly want to bring a camera to capture the beautiful scenery here. -If you will be studying here and want to bike a lot, you may want to consider bringing your bike from home. New ones are expensive here and it will be your main form of transportation. Used ones can be purchased for $40-$70, but they are very low quality.
Lulea is a very small town located in far north of Sweden near the border to Finland. It is not the most lively town, i would not recommend more than a day and night there. It is located on a lake, providing nice landscapes and a great sunset (!) Nonetheless, I can see the town getting quite boring, and we only stayed there overnight.
Nobbe's new Luleå Page
Luleå is a town in northern Sweden with around 70000 people living there. The city was founded in 1621 around the medieval church in Gammelstad but was moved in 1648 to its present localtion near the coast.
Here a photo from: Gammelstad church village.