Gothenburg has excellent connections via the second-largest airport in Sweden, the city’s main railway station and several motorways make Gothenburg easily accessible. The venue is located in Linholmen Science Park and is within easy access of the city center.
Landvetter International Airport
Gothenburg Landvetter Airport is conveniently located close to the city center.
More information: www.goteborg.com
It takes approx. 30 minutes to travel between the airport and the city centre. The last bus stop is the Central station and from there it is possible to take a bus to the conference venue at Lindholmen.
More information: www.swedavia.se
Costs approximately SEK 420 to/from Landvetter Airport. Ask for a fixed price.
The driver should have a taxi ID card clearly displayed in the vehicle. Service is included in the taximeter price. Avoid unlicensed taxis.
Taxi Göteborg: +46 (0) 31 650 00
VIP Taxi: +46 (0) 31 27 16 11
Taxi Kurir: +46 (0) 31 27 27 27
Getting to Lindholmen – Lindholmen Conference Center
Ferry, bike, car or bus. There are many ways to get to Lindholmen. The ferry takes only 5 minutes from Stenpiren and bus 16 will take you to Lindholmen in 8 minutes from Central station. The electrically driven bus 55 takes you to Lindholmen in 9 minutes from Brunnsparken.
You can buy tickets in most convenience stores such as Pressbyrån, 7-eleven etc. or pay with credit card on the trams (not on the bus). No cash is accepted.
Göteborg City Card
Göteborg City Card gives you free admission to lots of entertainment, sights, excursion, Liseberg amusement park (opposite the conference venue) and many museums. Parking and travel with trams, buses and boats are included. You’ll also get shopping booklets with discounts in selected stores. Maximise your stay in Gothenburg. The card is valid for 24, 48 or 72 h.
More information: www.goteborg.com/citycard
Bike rental: Styr & Ställ
Gothenburg is a bike friendly city. Throughout the city you will find bike stands with rental bikes. For only SEK 75 you can rent a bicycle as often as you wish. The first half hour of each journey is always free, regardless of the number of journeys per day. Short time visitors can choose the 3-Day Pass, which can be purchased from any of the credit card terminals for just SEK 25. It is also included in the Göteborg City Card.
More information: www.goteborgbikes.se
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