Stockholm is easily reachable, whether you travel by plane or ferry. Getting around while in Stockholm is also handy thanks to good public transportation.
Stockholm Arlanda Airport is Sweden's largest airport, with departures to 172 destinations worldwide.
Ferries departures to Stockholm from Finland, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania every day. The ferries offer the possibility to take a car with.
Transportation to Ericsson Globe Arena
Ericsson Globe Arena is located next to the Globe area in the district Johanneshov.
Arlanda Express is a speed train to Stockholm central station. The train departures five times every hour between 04:35 to 00:35 and the trip takes about 20 minutes. At Stockholm central station, you can choose between taking the metro or taxi to get to the Ericsson Globe Arena.
The best and most convenient way to get to the Ericsson Globe Arena from Stockholm central station is to take the green metro line (number 19 or 29) to Hagsätra or Högdalen. Get off at the metro station called Globen.
A taxi from Arlanda to Ericsson Globe Arena takes about 50 minutes and usually costs about 650 SEK.
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Driving to Ericsson Globe Arena
- Arrival from north or west
Take the E18. Continue onto Essingeleden (E20). Follow signs towards Nynäshamn. Turn left onto Årstalänken. Follow signs towards Nynäshamn and turn into the Southern Link (75). Follow signs towards Nynäshamn, Globe. You see the Ericsson Globe Arena on your right side.
- Arriving from south
Take the E4/E20. Follow the signs towards Nynäshamn. Merge onto Nybodakopplet (75). Follow the signs towards Nynäshamn, Globe. You will see the Ericsson Globe Arena on your right side.
Parking at the Ericsson Globe Arena
1500 parking spaces in the area, divided into two indoor garages with modern parking systems and monitoring. Exit is possible around the clock.