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Never had I seen that kind of "airport".It seems a workshop in the middle of nowhere.I found an ATM outside but it was broken.And it was compulsory to buy the bus ticket before at the only little shop-kiosk.At least my VISA card was OK.
No complaint about the airport bus (Flybussarna).In 30 minutes I was in Central Station,5 minutes to the hotel.
Written Jun 23, 2010
The best way to move around in Gothenburg is the trams and the buses. You are allowed to go on both of them with the same ticket. The company in charge of the operations are Västtrafik and on their website you can find all the relevant information to make your public transport jurney a pleasant and interesting one.
Written Sep 16, 2009
Västtrafik takes care of the transportation by tram, bus and ferry in Gothenburg (and neighboring cities within Västra Götalands county).
Depending on how much you're using public transportation, there's several tickets that you can use. The one I use the most is called Maxirabatt 100. It costs 100 SEK and allows free travels in bus, tram and ferry within the counties listed here for 90 minutes if traveling within 1 zone, or 180 minutes if traveling within 2 zones. A big plus is that several people can use the same card at the same time, only by punching it once per person.
Edit Aug 09: so I got this Maxirabatt card in Feb 09 and didn't use it completely. I took it with me the last time I was there and it was still working, so I guess there's no time limits for it as of yet, as long as you still have enough money to cover the fare.
Updated Aug 9, 2009
This is a lovely way to get around in Gothenburg during summertime. The vintage trams are kept and managed by voluntary staff and all the money you pay for the ride goes back to the keeping of the trams!
If you are a bunch of people you can hire one of the old trams and go around Gothenburg. They even has a tram with a nice bar so you can have a drink at the same time that you enjoy the sights of Gothenburg.
Written Sep 17, 2008
You can purchase 24-hour travel within the city, including some outer regions such as Marstrand. We paid 150SEK per head, which covered a return trip to Marstrand, and local trams for other sight-seeing.
Available from Nils Ericsson Terminalen, 411 03 Goteborg
Written Jul 16, 2008
Phone: 0771-41 43 00
With the day ticket, one can travel on the trams in the city.
It is quite fun to hop off around the canals, take a few photos, and then board anothertram enroute to the central station.
What made my day was a lovely, sweet Swedish ticket inspector who quite cheerfully posed for a photograph!
And the other bonus was a tram bearing my DOB 304 [3rd o(f) April]. Wow!!
Written Jul 16, 2008
A 50 minutes ride from Lilla Bommen is a pleasant thing to do in Gotembugh if you want to see the city from another point of view. All tours are in Swedish (or English or German) and goes to the canals. The visit of the harbour area was particulary interesting.
Written Jul 7, 2008
The easiest way of getting around Gothenburg, apart from walking of course, is to hop on a tram. They will take you anyware you want to go, as long as you want to go to where the tram goes. :-)
There is a large number of different lines, with their own number and color.
It you don't know what tram to take then look at the maps at the tramstops. Or just ask the guy/gal next to you.
Still confused? Look up a "Tidpunkten" office. They handle all questions regarding the trams.
You can pay in cash in special machines inside the trams, but they only take coins and they are expensive if you plan to use the trams alot.
It is cheaper to buy a 100 SEK card if you plan to move around abit. Theese cards also works on busses and the ferrys.
They can be bought at most "Pressbyrån" shops, and they are all over town so you can't miss them.
Updated Jan 20, 2008
Ryanair, Europe's leading lowcost airline, made a profit of about half a billion dollars in the last financial year. Heavens knows how they managed it, since old Cliffie regularly flies for almost nothing. His flight from Germany to Sweden cost one cent, from Sweden to Scotland one krone, and from Scotland to Germany one penny. Okay, with taxes and fees the total cost was around 60 euros – but that was for three flights of about 1000 km each.
Written Dec 10, 2007
Gothenburg City Airport is developing fast as it attracts an increasing number of LCCs (lowcost carriers). Ryanair and Wizzair currently offer the most flights. The airport buses from Gothenburg Station are scheduled to coincide with arrivals and departures. Journey time is only 20 minutes, since – perhaps unusually for cheap airlines – the airport used by the LCCs is closer to the city centre than Landvetter, Gothenburg's older international airport served by SAS and other national carriers.
Written Dec 10, 2007
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