GOTHENBURG - ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST SUSTAINABLE DESTINATIONS
When you visit Gothenburg you will stay in one of the world’s greenest hotel cities, you will have access to sustainable public transportation, a large number of eco certified restaurants, and much more.
Chalmers Conference Centre
Chalmersplatsen 1, 412 58 Göteborg, Sweden
Getting here by tram or by bus: The following buses are operating towards Chalmers Conference Centre: 16, 55, 58, 158 and 753. In addition, the trams 6, 7, 8 10 and 13 are operating towards Chalmers Conference Centre.
Arriving in Gothenburg by train: Exit the train at the central station/the Nils Ericsson terminal. Take bus 16, destination Högsbohöjd, from the stop Nordstan, just outside the terminal. From Drottningstorget, also just outside the central station, you can take tram 13, heading "Sahlgrenska", to Chalmers Conference Centre. From Brunnsparken, approximately 500 meters from the central station there are additional tram lines that will take you to Chalmers Conference Centre. Use links below for details.
Arriving to Gothenburg by air: Airport bus from Landvetter Airport to the Nils Ericsson terminal in the centre of Gothenburg. Take bus 16, destination Högsbohöjd, from the stop Nordstan, just outside the terminal. From Drottningstorget, also just outside the central station, you can take tram 13, heading "Sahlgrenska", to Chalmers Conference Centre. From Brunnsparken, approximately 500 meters from the central station there are additional tram lines that will take you to Chalmers Conference Centre.
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Applying for a visa
You should hand in your visa application to a Swedish embassy or consulate-general. In certain countries, Sweden is represented by another Schengen country. There are also countries where Sweden does not have its own mission and is not represented by another country. If this is the case, anyone wishing to hand in a visa application must travel to the nearest country where there is a Swedish embassy or consulate-general.
If you intend to hand in your visa application at another Schengen country's mission abroad, you should contact the mission in advance. In such cases, it is this country's documentary requirements which will apply. The documents should also be translated into the language of that country.
To apply for a visa, you must fill in the form Application for Schengen Visa.
Ensure your application is complete
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If you wish to visit Sweden and the other Schengen countries, you must have a passport that is valid for a minimum of three months after your visa has expired and which has been issued in the last ten-year period an invitation from the company or the organisation arranging the conference money for your keep and for the journey home. Sweden requires that you have SEK 450 for each day spent in Sweden. In certain circumstances, this amount may be lower, for example in the case of a young child, if the cost of food and accommodation is paid in advance or if you are going to stay with relatives or friends. You must be able to demonstrate that you have sufficient funds for your keep with the help, for example, of bank statements or a document in which the person inviting you to Sweden promises to meet all expenses during the visit individual medical travel insurance which covers the costs which could arise as a result of emergency medical assistance, emergency hospitalisation or medical repatriation. The insurance should cover costs of at least EUR 30,000 and be valid in all the Schengen country.