Travel and Transportation


By Air

Flying over the vast Gothenburg archipelago, it is hard to believe that you are just two hours from London, Paris and Vienna.

  • Two international airports, Göteborg Landvetter Airport (GOT) and Göteborg City Airport (GSE)
  • 74 non-stop connections from around 55 European destinations
  • One-stop flights easily connect intercontinental travellers to Gothenburg; from worldwide destinations via short connections in European cities
  • Efficient entry and very short transfer from disembarkment to arrival in the city centre, meeting venues and hotels; 25 km or 20 minutes by bus
Airport Transportation

Airport transportation provided by public airport shuttle or taxi:

From Göteborg Landvetter Airport, the airport bus runs every 15-20 minutes and takes around 20 minutes to city centre and the Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre. A taxi ride takes approximately 15 minutes.

Göteborg City Airport (GSE) is mainly serviced by low cost carriers. The airport bus meets each flight bringing passengers to the city main bus and train terminal in 30 minutes. A taxi ride takes approximately 20 minutes.

Contact info:

Flygbussarna (airport bus)

Taxi Göteborg
Tel: +46 (0)31-65 00 00

Tel: +46 (0)8-1209 2000

Scandinavian Transfer
Tel: +46 (0)31-94 24 24

Marks Limousine
Tel: +46 (0)320-20 59 90


Travel within Gothenburg

Walking Distance

In Gothenburg, almost everything is within walking distance. Thanks to the favourable location of the meeting venues, most delegates can walk from their hotel to the meeting venue or take advantage of the extensive and reliable public transportation system. There are virtually no traffic jams in Gothenburg.

Public Transportation

It is easy to get around by the well organised public transport network that consists of trams, buses, ferries and even some trains. When transfering, the same ticket is used. A total of 12 tram routes and 24 bus routes pass through the city centre from early in the morning until late at night. During rush hour, (morning and afternoon) trams and buses leave every 5-10 minutes. Frequency during office hours is every 10-20 minutes. Night traffic is somewhat scaled down but buses and trams passes the city centre every 15 or 30 minutes until 2 am Sunday-Thursday and until 4 am Friday-Saturday.

Timetables are available in centrally located ticket offices around the city or on the city’s public transport company Västtrafik’s website ( which also contains an easy-to-use journey planner. City centred stops feature a computer screen showing upcoming trips.