WHERE? ABF-huset, Sveavägen 41 in central Stockholm
HOW DO I GET THERE? Subway station (T) Rådmansgatan
WHEN? Friday 25th 17:30-20:00, Saturday 26th 10:00-17:30
and Sunday 27th 11:00-16:45
DO I NEED TO REGISTER? No, but you are required to pay the 100 SEK fee beforehand or upon arriving at the conference any time during the three days. Follow this link to purchase tickets online.
WHAT LANGUAGE WILL THE SESSIONS BE IN? Mostly English, the sessions held in Swedish are highlighted in the schedule.
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The following suggestions are within walking distance from the conference venue (ABF-huset, Sveavägen 41). They are based solely on geographical proximity.
Travelling with regional and long-distance trains to Stockholm
For train journeys within Sweden and to/from Oslo and Copenhagen, get your ticket from the state railway company SJ. Please note that SJ tickets must be bought in advance. See also Deutsche Bahn for international journeys to Stockholm.
Going from the airport to central Stockholm
Arlanda Airport is situated c. 40 km north of Stockholm, and if you don’t take a taxi, you kan use public transport.
The direct trains Arlanda Express take you from Arlanda airport (stations “Norra” and “Södra”) to Stockholm Central Station in 20 minutes; it is however rather expensive.
The airport buses Flygbussarna are cheaper. They go approx. every 10 minutes from all terminals to central Stockholm (station “Cityterminalen”), the journey takes 45 minutes.
There are also local SL trains from Arlanda (station “Central”) to Stockholm Central Station, they go every 30 minutes and the journey takes 38 minutes. At the airport, you buy the ticket at the ticket office at Sky City, terminal 3. Otherwise, see the SL website.
Local transport in the Stockholm area
The conference venue (ABF-huset) is situated circa 1.5 km from Stockholm Central Station and the bus central Cityterminalen.
Local transport in the Stockholm region is organised by a regional transport authority under the trademark SL. In central Stockholm, most journeys go with metro trains (“tunnelbana”, look for the white and blue “T” sign at the street level) or buses that are blue or red. In the Stockholm region, there are also local trains and trams in the SL system. In general, tickets must be bought in advance. For a shorter stay, 24 or 72 hour tickets can be the easiest solution. Please see the SL website for information on prices, tickets and timetables.