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Travel

By train
From the main railway station, take the number 2 tram (towards Krokslätt) or the number 4 tram (towards Mölndal). From Brunnsparken Square, you can also take the number 5 tram (towards Torp). The trams stop at Korsvägen / Svenska Mässan. Tram timetables can be found on the Västtrafik website www.vasttrafik.se/en/

By plane
Airport buses travel to and from Göteborg Landvetter Airport (approx. 20 min. journey) from the bus stop at Korsvägen / Svenska Mässan.

By car
E6 / E20 (from north) and road 45 (from Karlstad): On arrival at Gothenburg, turn off at the sign “Mässan Scandinavium Liseberg”.

E6 / E20 (from south) and road 40 (from Borås): On arrival at Gothenburg, turn off at the sign “Mässan Scandinavium Liseberg”.

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

Getting around Gothenburg
Gothenburg is a very “green city” and getting around is easy! There are trams and buses as well as bicycles to rent and even electric scooters. The venue is located comfortably within the central area of the city as the venue hotels.

Travel cards can be bought at Pressbyrån or consider downloading the “TO GO” Västtrafik mobile phone app to purchase electronic tickets. Please visit Västtrafik for more details on how to get around and how to purchase a travel card: www.vasttrafik.se/en