MiNEMA Winter School 2009

March 23-26, 2009
Göteborg, Sweden


Getting there by air

Gothenburg's two airports are served by around 40 airlines and are conveniently located close to the city centre. There are daily direct flights from many of Europe's major cities. Intercontinental travel generally goes through a major hub such as Copenhagen, Frankfurt, London, or Amsterdam.

Most taxi companies offer fixed rates from the airport to the city centre. Always ask the driver for the price before the journey (maximum SEK 350).

More information: Göteborg-Landvetter Airport , Göteborg City Airport

Getting there by train

Swedish Railways (SJ) provides frequent train connections between Gothenburg and the rest of Sweden. Total travel time to/from Stockholm by high-speed trains is approximately three hours from city centre to city centre. Gothenburg also has daily high-speed connections to both Oslo and Copenhagen, which each take approximately three hours.

The main railway station in Gothenburg, 'Centralstationen', is located right in the city centre.

More information: SJ

Getting there by car

The E6 and E20 freeways pass through Gothenburg, as do national highways (riksväg) 40 and 45. The most convenient route from Stockholm is to follow the E4 freeway South to Jönköping and then follow highway 40 West. Approximate distances and traveling time:

More information: Road map

Getting there by ship

Stena Line operates ferries from continental Europe along two routes. Fredrikshavn (Denmark) can be reached in 2h on a high-speed craft and in 3.15h on a car ferry. Kiel (Germany) can be reached in 14h. The terminals are situated near the city centre in Gothenburg.

More information: Stena Line

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