About the conference

Travel to and from Stockholm

By Air:

The main StockholmAirport, Arlanda, serves both domestic and international flights andis located approximately 40 kms from the city of Stockholm. SAS is the Official Airline for the conference.

The rail connection into the city, Arlanda Express, takes 20 minutes and costs SEK 260 single (normal price). You will be able to reserve reduced price tickets for the Arlanda Express on the conference registration form.

Airport bus links take 40 minutes and cost SEK 99 single. Taxis are also available at the airport. You are recommended to use one of the larger taxi companies such as Taxi Stockholm, Taxi 020 or Taxi Kurir. All these companies have a fixed price from the airport into central Stockholm and there is only a very slight difference in their prices. You are advised not to use other taxi companies or operators and if you do, ask the price in advance. Various lowcost airlines (Ryan Air, Sterling etc) fly to Västerås (Stockholm West) and Skavsta (Stockholm South) airports. Both are approximately 100 kms from Stockholm and have direct bus links into the city taking 80 minutes and costing SEK 129 single fare. More information at http://www.flygbussarna.se
Air Berlin and Norwegian Air also have flights to Stockholm.

By Sea:

Stockholm can be easily reached from Finland and the Baltic countries by large passenger and car ferries. These ships sail through the spectacular Stockholm Archipelago, with its 30 000 islands. The ships have excellent passenger facilities with good food, shopping and entertainment.

By Train:

Rail travel from the continent to Stockholm is quick and comfortable. Journey times have become shorter with the opening of the spectacular Öresund bridge between Denmark and Sweden.The Swedish network of comfortable highspeed trains, X2000, provide comfortable, fast travel;e.g. about 4.5 hours between Malmö and Stockholm.

By Private Car/Coach:

Visitors from Denmark can use the Öresund toll bridge or the car ferry Helsingör/Helsingborg.There are car ferries to Gothenburg from Denmark (Fredrikshavn), England (Newcastle), Norway(Kristiansand) and Germany (Kiel). The fastest route from Germany is the Rostock/Trelleborgferry. Parking in Stockholm is extremely limited. Public transport is advised inthe city centre.

(All prices in the above travel information are as of January 2013)



SAS is proud to be the Official Airline for ICED 2014 and welcomes you to Stockholm.

We offer you 10% conference discount on our published fares*.

Use event code: SE1422

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*except 2% on our lowest Economy fares.