Travel 

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World Trade Center

World Trade Center is located in the heart of Stockholm, close to the central station and just 20 minutes from Arlanda Airport.

 

Arriving by air

 

Arlanda Express – high-speed train to and from Stockholm

The Arlanda Express runs non stop between Stockholm and Arlanda in 20 minutes. If you are travelling from Arlanda to Stockholm, you can buy your ticket at the airport’s information desks or in the Arlanda Express self-service machines located next to the escalators/lifts leading down. You can also purchase your tickets online in advance. For information and tickets, please visit www.arlandaexpress.com.

 

Flygbussarna – Airport Coaches

Flygbussarna airport coaches between Arlanda Airport and Bromma Airport to Stockholm city center run every ten minutes during most of the day. Tickets for Flygbussarna can be purchased through automated machines in the terminals and at the bus stops, e-tickets via Flygbussarna airport coaches website and on board the bus (only card payment accepted).

Taxi

Taxis are available directly outside of all terminals at Arlanda airport and Bromma Airport. Always ask the driver for a fixed price beforehand. The price between Arlanda airport and Stockholm is approx. 550 SEK and between Bromma Airport and Stockholm is approx. 300 SEK.We recommend the following companies: Taxi Stockholm, Taxi Kurir or Sverigetaxi. To pre-book a taxi for your arrival, please visit Taxi Stockholm.

 

Tickets
Please note that you cannot purchase tickets on-board any buses or trains. We strongly recommend you download the app called SL Reseplanerare in advance of your trip to Stockholm. Using the app, you check time tables and buy tickets for the metro and buses within Stockholm. Please find further information here: https://sl.se/en/fares–tickets/.

 

 

Accommodation

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Stockholm has numerous hotels that are centrally located. Note that the registration fee does not include accommodation (hotel) and has to be booked by the delegates themselves. 

 

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