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If you're already in Sweden, you get to Helsingborg by direct (non X2000) train from Gothenburg and lots of regional trains from Malmö, only 60 kilometres away. If you are in Stockholm, catch a train towards Malmö but change in Hässleholm. All trains leave from the underground part of Knutpunkten, the terminal where the ferries also arrive and depart and there are both regional and local buses there too.
Updated Jul 26, 2006
While visiting Helsingborg you’ll feel like you’re in Italy. Because it’s really easy to find the stadium by car. From the moment you drive into Helsingborg, you’ll find signs with “Olympia” written on them. And, as in Italy, when you’re at the stadium, you’ll also find it impossible to find any parking places…
Easiest way to avoid this is to come really early to the stadium, or going for the harbor (Hamnen in Swedish) instead. There might also be signs with “Knutpunkten”. From there you’ll be able to take the boat to Helsingör in Denmark, but there are also a lot of parking space. Costs a bit, but you’ll find a place anyway. From there it’s 10-15 minutes walk up the hill to the stadium. If you’re there really early you could also take the boat to Denmark and buy some cheap beer…
“Knutpunkten” is also the train- and bus-station in Helsingborg. And, as written above, from there it’s just a short walk to the stadium.
Written Dec 18, 2004
Website: www.sj.se (for trains)
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