Your goal is to participate and network at CSRCOM 2019. So make sure your next destination is Stockhom, Sweden, EU. We hope that our travel tips will help make things easier and get you on your way. We wish you a pleasant journey.


Useful Information

Sweden is situated in the north of Europe, with a spectacular combination of cultural and natural attractions. It is a member of the EU, with the Swedish Krona as an official currency.

Welcome to Stockholm, The Capital of Scandinavia. The place to meet different perspectives and new ideas. An open city, available for everyone. Stockholm offers a rich history and a wide variety of cultural events. There are diverse attractions, tourism and accommodation options, and a wide and varied choice of good restaurants, coffe houses and bars. 

You can travel to Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, by airplane, train, car or bus. For more information please see Visitors information.

How to reach Stockholm


Most visitors arriving by air should expect to fly into Arlanda International Airport (ARN). The high-speed train service, Arlanda Express can take you to the Stockholm City. The platform is easily accessible, underneath the arrival terminals. Departure: every 15 minutes (for most of the day). 

Flygbussarna Airport Coaches depart every 10-15 minutes between Arlanda Airport and the City Terminal (located next to the Central Station). You can also choose taxi services operating at the airport. Taxi fares in Sweden aren't regulated, which means that prices can vary significantly between companies.   

Visitors from the Nordic countries may arrive at the smaller and closer Bromma Airport (BMA). From Bromma, there are taxis and bus services (cost $15 USD) that go directly to the City Center. From Bromma airport to Stockholm City  takes about 20 minutes by tax/bus.

Skavsta airport, near Nyköping (NYO) is also an option. Bus services are available from each airport to the City Center with an estimated travel time of about 1½ - 2 hours.

Getting around


Thanks to Stockholm’s safe, punctual and efficient public transport system, you can quickly travel between different locations. For bus services in Stockholm you will need a ticket in advance. You can buy a bus pass at the Central Station, most subway stations, and in kiosks. 

The underground is the easiest way to get around town. Tickets can be purchased at SL Centers, underground ticket booths, newsagent kiosks. It's not possible to pay cash for tickets on board buses in Stockholm. 

You can also pay for public transportation on your phone using the free app “SL-Journey planner and ticket.” Purchasing tickets through the app is a little bit more expensive.

For detailed information on public transportation around Stockholm by rail, subway, bus and ferry please click here.

The nearest metro station to Stockholm School of Economics is Rådmansgatan (green line) and a bus stop named Handelshögskolan is located just outside of the entrance on Sveavägen (bus 57).

Visa Information

Please check if you need a visa to travel to Sweden. EU citizens do not need to possess a visa, simply travelling on either a passport or ID card.

Non-EU citizens are kindly advised to check the requirements here. Please note that organizers do not provide visa or letter of guarantee for conference participants. 

Those already possessing a Schengen Visa can enter Sweden if the visa is still valid for sufficient period of time and if it was issued for Schengen states.