Getting to the University
There are a number of airports in the wider Stockholm area, including Arlanda, Skavsta, Västerås and Bromma, as well as extensive rail, bus and tram networks. Communications to the University are very good making it easy to get to the main campus at Frescati, north of the city centre.
There are a number of airports in the wider Stockholm area, including Arlanda (the largest airport), Skavsta, Västerås and Bromma.
There are regular coach services between the airports and Stockholm central station. More information and prices are available from the bus company websites, including www.swebus.se and www.flygbussarna.se.
There is also a fast train service called Arlanda Express, which runs between Arlanda and the central station in Stockholm. More information and prices are available on the Arlanda Express website: www.arlandaexpress.com
The local travel service in Stockholm, SL, also runs travel services to and from some of the airports. Check www.sl.se for more information.
Taxis are generally available outside of the airport building, or they can be booked in advance.
By public transport
You can travel by the metro (underground/tube) from the central station in Stockholm (T-centralen). Take the red line northbound to Mörby Centrum and get off at the station ‘Universitetet’. The journey takes about 10 minutes.
Take bus numbers 50, 540, 608 and 670 to the University (Get off at 'Universitetet norra' for the main campus). Tickets must be bought before travel.
Tickets for public transport can be bought from newsagents as well as from SL (Stockholms lokaltrafik) ticket offices. See SL’s travel page for more information. www.sl.se
February 24, 2016
Source: External Relations and Communications Office