Venue & Location2018-10-12T14:50:06+00:00

Congress Venue

Swedish Exhibition & Congress Center
Mässans Gata/Korsvägen
412 94 Göteborg, Sweden
Entrance No. 2
Website

How to reach the venue?

BY AIR

Landvetter Airport
The Flygbussarna airport coaches run to and from Landvetter airport (20 min. journey) and stop at Korsvägen/the Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre, right opposite the hotel. This is the first and last stop when travelling from and to the airport.

BY TRAIN

From Gothenburg Central Station take tram 2 (for Krokslätt) or tram 4 (for Mölndal). From Brunnsparken you can also take tram 5 (for Torp). The trams stop on Korsvägen right opposite the hotel. You can find timetables for these trams on the Västtrafik website.

BY CAR

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

E6/E20 (from the north) and road 45 (from Karlstad): On arriving in Gothenburg, turn off when you see the sign “Mässan Scandinavium Liseberg”. Take the first exit on the left, then turn right on to Örgrytevägen and then take the next right exit for the hotel.
E6/E20 (from the south) and road 40 (from Borås): On arriving in Gothenburg, turn off when you see the sign “Mässan Scandinavium Liseberg”. Take the second exit on the right for the Gothia Towers hotel.
During your stay  you can choose from a number of convenient parking options. All parking options are extremely popular, so to guarantee a parking space for your car, you will need to pre-book parking.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Gothia Towers is located near the Korsvägen stop. Korsvägen is a hub for public transport in Gothenburg, and numerous tram and bus lines stop there. Korsvägen is also the first stop for the airport bus coming from Göteborg Landvetter airport.
For timetables and further information, please visit the Västtrafik website.
The stops Korsvägen and Liseberg are about 100 metres from the Gothia Towers hotel/Conference center entrance.

Gothenburg

Gothenburg is Sweden’s second biggest city located on the west coast of Sweden, at the outlet of the Göta river. Gothenburg was once the centre of the Swedish ship-building industry and has turned into a diverse and lively city full of Swedish design, food and culture. Offering both land and sea, city and nature, cobbled streets and industrial buildings revived to modern galleries and hip cafes; Gothenburg is one of Europe’s top destinations.

Check this website from the Goteborg Tourist Centre for more information and tips on places to go, eat and shop in Gothenburg.