Business trip to Sweden – A checklist
Are you planning a business trip to Sweden? Then this checklist is for you. We list a number of resources that help you prepare for your business trip to Scandinavia’s strongest economy.
Passport and visa
Swedish embassies worldwide
- Stockholm Arlanda, ARN: www.swedavia.com/arlanda/
- Gothenburg Landvetter, GOT: www.swedavia.com/landvetter/
Private airport transfer Stockholm Arlanda
- Stockholm: www.taxistockholm.se/en/ – phone: +46 8 15 00 00
- Gothenburg: www.taxigoteborg.se/En/Home – phone: +46 31 650 000
Driving in Sweden is relatively easy and stress-free. If you want to rent a car at one of the major airports, in central Stockholm or in central Gothenburg, you can do so through our partner Rentalcars.
Travelling in Sweden: train connections and train tickets
Business Sweden, the Swedish Trade & Invest Council
What is now called “Business Sweden” used to be “Exportrådet – The Swedish Trade Council” until the end of 2012.
International dialling code
Sweden has 0046 or +46.
In Sweden we have 230 volts and we use the Europlug (two round prongs). This plug is exactly the same as in Germany, for example. Newer outlets in Sweden often have USB ports built in. You will also find USB ports on trains and buses, at airports and train stations.
General travel information
Read our article Good to know when travelling to Sweden
Articles for the business traveller
Hotels in Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö
Here you can book your hotel room in Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö. The accommodations also include affordable options such as hostels and B&Bs, but also all kinds of luxury hotels. In cooperation with Booking.com. – Book now: