The EuroSTAR 2024 conference is taking place in the Swedish capital of Stockholm in the Stockholmsmässan Convention Center, south west of the city center.
Nicknamed “Venice of the north”, Stockholm is set on an archipelago of 14 islands, connected by 57 bridges. Summers are warm and it rarely gets dark during summer nights. The city offers world-class museums and historically fascinating royal palaces as well as niche galleries and intimate artist houses. A forward-thinking, innovative city, Stockholm is home to a growing tech-innovation community and a large number of start-ups.
We hope to see you in Sweden for EuroSTAR 2024!
Hotels near EuroSTAR
Stockholm is easy to get around on foot or public transport, and its various districts have their own unique vibes – from the charming Old Town (Gamla Stan) and the vibrant downtown Norrmalm to the laid-back Södermalm and elegant Östermalm areas. There are lots of hotels to choose from that are accessible by public transport (10 mins from central station to Älvsjö Station at Stockholmsmässan) If you prefer to stay close at the conference venue, there are 5 hotels in the vicinity.
See the map link to view hotels in relation to Stockholmsmässan.
How to get to EuroSTAR
It is just 10 minutes by train from the Central Station/T-Centralen to Älvsjö Station at Stockholmsmässan. There is a train every 5 minutes during peak hours (07.00–09.00 and 16.00–18.00). There is also a train from Stockholm Arlanda Airport to Stockholmsmässan, departing twice an hour – 47 minutes travel time. More information on timetables, and fares can be found on the SL website.
Stockholm’s public transport is accessible and user-friendly. All buses have floor-level access, and you’ll find platforms at the same level at nearly all of the 100 metro stations. You can travel easily by metro/subway, bus, commuter train, tram or by boat. Buy single journey tickets, or visitor tickets/travel cards valid for 24 hours up to 7 days. Tickets are valid for all forms of public transport. If you want to buy a single journey ticket (valid for 75 minutes) you can easily pay as you go with your card or with the SL app. Visit the SL website for up-to-date prices and more ticket information.
Stockholm is little more than a two-hour flight from most major European cities. Nearly 70 airlines serve non-stop routes to 160 international destinations. Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) and Norwegian offer the largest number of non-stop flight connections from Stockholm to international destinations. Stockholm is served by two main airports:
- Stockholm Arlanda (ARN) is the main international airport, 42km north of Stockholm and 36 km south of Uppsala. All major airlines and long-distance airplanes serve this airport.
- Bromma Stockholm (BMA) is the most central airport and is used by smaller aircraft. Bra, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, and Finnair serve this airport, located 8km from the city center.
From the Airport
Airport shuttle buses – called Flygbussarna – run between the central parts of Stockholm and both airports.
The Arlanda Express train takes 20 minutes from Arlanda to Stockholm Central, while the commuter train takes 38 minutes to the centre or 47 minutes to Stockholmsmässan. The airport train departs from Sky City, between terminals 4 and 5.
Taxis are available to and from both airports, with services offered by several taxi firms including Taxi Stockholm and Taxi 020.
Several major ferry lines serve the countries around the Baltic Sea. Regular services run from Finland, Poland and the Baltic states, with large passenger and car ferries docking at their own terminals not far from central Stockholm.
See & do in Stockholm
Stockholm is a city full of character offering scenic hikes, breathtaking views, world heritage sites, over 100 museums, and much more. It is a big city, but the centre is relatively compact, so if you stay centrally, you can walk to many of the city’s best things to do.
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