Practical Information

Gothenburg has so many factors that make it an enjoyable place to be. The city is big enough and small enough at the same time.

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The Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre’s goal is that all activities within the complex should be accessible to our visitors regardless of their individual abilities. Basic access is available to all our exhibition halls, conference premises and restaurants. The Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre and Gothia Towers are certified in accordance with Equality’s accessibility criteria. Read more about accessibility.

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Directions

By train
From the Central Station, take tram number 2 (towards Krokslätt), 4 (towards Mölndal) or 13 (towards Högsbotorp). From Brunnsparken you can also take tram number 5 (towards Torp). The trams stop at Korsvägen, opposite Svenska Mässan/The Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre.. For the tram timetable, visit västtrafik.se

By air
From Landvetter Airport, take the “Flygbussarna” Airport Bus, which takes approx. 20 minutes and stops at Korsvägen/ Swedish Exhibition Centre.

By car
GPS coordinates: Lat: N 57º 41′ 53.06″ Long: E 11º 59′ 20.01″

E6/E20 (from the north) and highway 45 (from Karlstad) On arrival in Gothenburg, turn off at the sign for “Mässan Scandinavium Liseberg”. Take the first left, then turn right onto the road ‘Örgrytevägen’ and then the next turnoff to the right, to the Svenska Mässan/The Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre.

  • E6/E20 (from the south) and highway 40 (from Borås) On arrival in Gothenburg, turn off at the sign for “Mässan Scandinavium Liseberg”. Take the second turnoff to the right, to Svenska Mässan/The Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre.

 

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About Gothenburg

Welcome to the friendliest city in Sweden!

Gothenburg’s location in the heart of a region that has the highest population density and strongest industry in Sweden makes the city an ideal choice for exhibitions, conferences and other events.

Gothenburg has so many factors that make it an enjoyable place to be. The city is big enough and small enough at the same time. Swedes have voted Gothenburg as the friendliest city in Sweden. And a growing number of international visitors fully agree with them.

Gothenburg offers a massive choice of first-class restaurants, cosy pubs, bargain shopping, theatres, museums and events to suit all tastes.

The relaxing and friendly atmosphere is just part of the deal. Likewise the fact that all the best entertainment in central Gothenburg is within easy walking distance of the Swedish Exhibition Centre!

Information on trade and industry
www.businessregion.se

What’s on in Gothenburg
www.goteborg.com