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Travel to Gothenburg


Gothenburg, the second largest city in Sweden, is strategically located along the stunning coastline of the Kattegat, a sea area connecting the North Sea to the Baltic Sea. Connecting to Gothenburg is a breeze! The city is served by the Göteborg Landvetter Airport, a major international hub with over 50 direct flights from numerous cities worldwide. The airport is open 24 hours a day and offers one terminal and twenty gates. Wherever you are arriving from, reaching Gothenburg is a convenient and well-connected experience.


Direct flights routes to the airport: Alicante, Amsterdam, Antalya, Athens, Banja Luka, Barcelona, Bastia, Bergamo, Bergen, Belgrad, Berlin, Bryssel, Budapest, Cagliari, Copenhagen, Dublin, Düsseldorf, Edinburgh, Faro, Frankfurt, Gdansk, Gran Canaria, Helsingfors, Istanbul, Kaunas, Krakow, London, Malaga, Manchester, Milano, Münich, New York, Oslo, Palma de Mallorca, Paris, Pisa, Reykjavík, Riga, Rome, Prague, Skopje, Split, Stockholm, Tuzla, Warsaw, Vienna, Visby, Zadar and Zagreb.


Various transportation options are available for travel from the airport to the city center including rental cars, taxi services and buses located just outside the arrival hall. The journey takes approximately 20 minutes. Flygbussarna, offering multiple stops in the city, provides a convenient option at around €12. Tickets can be purchased in advance online or on-site.


For a scenic and comfortable journey, consider arriving in Gothenburg by train. The city boasts excellent rail connections, with the Central Station (Göteborg Centralstation) serving as a major transportation hub. High-speed trains from major European cities and well-connected regional lines make traveling by rail a convenient option, offering you the opportunity to enjoy the picturesque landscapes of Sweden on your way to Gothenburg.


If you prefer the freedom of the open road, Gothenburg is easily accessible by car. The city is well-connected to the European road network, with major highways converging in the region. E6, a significant north-south route, links Gothenburg to Oslo and Copenhagen, while the E20 connects the city to Stockholm and the rest of the Swedish road network. Driving to Gothenburg provides the flexibility to explore the beautiful countryside and make spontaneous stops along the way.