Thanks to Stockholm’s safe, punctual and efficient public transport system, meeting-participants can quickly travel between different locations. In compact and cozy Stockholm, everything is right on your doorstep.
Fast and safe public transport
The city’s extensive and well-organized transport infrastructure ranks among the best in Europe. Travel within the city by bus, subway or tram. Or why not take advantage of the fact that Stockholm is built on 14 islands and go by boat, for example from the Old Town to beautiful Djurgården? Stockholm’s major conference venues are easily reached in only 10-15 minutes by public transport. Several venues are located in the city center, within easy walking distance.
The public transport company in Greater Stockholm, SL, offers delegates in Stockholm a special rate on Congress Cards for unlimited travel in the Stockholm area during their stay. Please contact Stockholm Convention Bureau.
Stockholm Visitors Board distributes the Stockholm Card, which entitles you to free travel with public transportation as well as free admission to museums and attractions. Find out more about the Stockholm Card for conference participants
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 our taxi partners: Taxi Stockholm, Taxi 020 and Taxi Kurir.
In Stockholm there are several transport companies that offer customized alternatives for large and small groups. Our partner companies will help you with everything from longer journeys and commitments to shorter trips within Stockholm city. See "Our Partners", below.
Walk or bike
Stockholm is a compact city, and the best way to explore it is on foot. Grab a map and put on a comfortable pair of shoes. Or do like the locals – hop on a bicycle. It is fast, easy and green, and you can rent a bicycle for a small fee.
Lost? Don’t worry!
Asking the way is easy since Swedes generally speak excellent English (many also speak German, French or Spanish). Stockholm is a safe city; you don’t have to worry about ending up in a bad neighborhood.