All four of Stockholm's airports are connected to downtown by airport coaches as well as municipal alternatives. From Stockholm Arlanda-Airport you can also choose the high-speed train service Arlanda Express.
Stockholm Arlanda Airport
Stockholm-Arlanda Airport is located 40 kilometers (25 miles) north of Stockholm City.
The Arlanda express train provides a shuttle service between Stockholm Arlanda Airport and Stockholm Central Station. The platform is easily accessible underneath the arrival terminals. The trains depart every 10 minutes in rush hour traffic, and every 15 minutes at other times. Travel time: 18 minutes. All trains offer free wifi.
Flygbussarna Airport Coaches depart every 10–15 minutes between Arlanda Airport and the City Terminal (located next to the Central Station). Travel time from Arlanda: 35–45 minutes. Buses also run to Liljeholmen via Karolinska, Fridhemsplan, and Södermalm (50 min) and to Brommaplan via Kista and Sundbyberg. (54 min). All buses offer free wifi.
Commuter trains (operated by the public transport company in Stockholm, SL) to Stockholm depart twice an hour from Arlanda Central Station in Sky City. Total travel time between the airport and Stockholm Central Station is 43 minutes.
There are also several companies operating buses from Arlanda, for example, Flixbus and Nettbus.
Bromma Stockholm Airport, Skavsta Airport, and Västerås Airport.
Flygbussarna Airport Coaches operates all airports, with departures timed with arrivals and departures at the airports. Travel time: 20 minutes (Bromma), 80 minutes (Skavsta) and 80 minutes (Västerås).
Taxi services are available at Stockholm Arlanda Airport and Bromma Airport. Travel time from Stockholm Arlanda Airport: app 40 minutes, depending on the time of day. From Bromma Airport: app 15 minutes, depending on the time of day. Credit cards are readily accepted.
Please note: Taxi fares in Sweden aren't regulated, which means that prices can vary significantly between companies. With this in mind, we recommend that you use the services of well-known firms like Taxi Stockholm, Taxi 020 and Taxi Kurir.
Stockholm Centralstation is the city's main hub of transportation. So if you're visiting by train or taking the Arlanda Express from Arlanda airport, chances are this is your last stop. The station is centrally located and is also connected to the T-Centralen subway station. Some regional and national train lines also stop at Stockholm Södra, Stockholm Odenplan, Flemingsberg, or Älvsjö Station.
Train tickets can only be bought in Stockholm Centralstation's ticket dispensers or online – there's no staffed ticket office, but there are station hosts should you need any assistance or help. Tour & Tickets in the main hall sells tickets for the MTRX-train though, and you can buy public transport tickets at SL Center located below the ground floor. There are also several restaurants and shops, and lockers for your bags.
Stockholm Centralstation is also connected to Cityterminalen bus depot, the main hub for regional or international bus travelers. The Flygbussarna airport coaches also make a stop here.
By subway, tram, bus, ferry, or commuter train. Stockholm's local transportation network takes you almost anywhere.
Stockholm Public Transport, SL, is responsible for buses, underground trains, commuter trains, trams, and certain ferry lines in Greater Stockholm.
A single ticket is valid for 75 minutes, costs 38 SEK, and can be purchased at SL's ticket machines, through their app, or directly at the turnstiles using a credit card. It's also possible to buy 24 hours, 72 hours, and 30-day tickets. A parent with a stroller gets to ride for free on any of Stockholm's busses.
It's not possible to pay cash for tickets on buses in Stockholm. Failure to show on-demand a valid ticket during a control will result in a penalty fee of 1200 SEK.
Stockholmers are always heedful of their beautiful surroundings, and this has led to many inner-city buses running on eco-friendly fuels such as ethanol. The Stockholm underground is also known as the world's longest art gallery as so many of its stations are adorned with the works of different artists. Read more about art in the subway here.
Stockholm's public transport system also has an accessibility guarantee to ensure that travelers with different disabilities reach their destination.
Plan your journey and read more about the various subway lines, busses, and trams on SL's webpage.
To the Venue
From the Elite Palace Hotel, there is a short walk (about 10 minutes) to the conference venue