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  • Travel by train and bus

    Gothenburg is connected to most cities in Sweden, and the neighbouring countries Norway and Denmark, by an extensive route network of frequent bus and train services.

    Travelling by bus or train to Gothenburg is both easy and comfortable. It's also a green mode of transport. Daily connections from other European capitals are also available and you can take your pick between a number of different bus and train operators.

  • Central Station and Nils Ericson Terminal

    Central Station and Nils Ericson Terminal

    On the Jernhusen website you will find information (only in Swedish) about the Central Station and Nils Ericson bus terminal in Gothenburg.

  • Resplus


    Resplus is linking a large part of the Swedish public transport system together. The ticket makes it possible to combine long-distance trains, regional trai ns, local and commuter services as well as express buses and regional buses, local public transport, metro, trams and ferries.

  • SJ


    SJ is the largest train operator in Sweden, with direct routes to Gothenburg from Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo, Berlin, Malmö, Kalmar, Uppsala, Arlanda, Linköping, Norrköping, Karlstad, Östersund, Umeå and Luleå.

  • Öresundståg


    Train to Gothenburg from Copenhagen, with stops including Malmö, Helsingborg and Halmstad. Fixed prices. The train service runs every hour throughout the day, slightly fewer on weekends.

  • Nettbus


    Nettbus is operating express routes to Gothenburg from Stockholm, Oslo and Copenhagen under the names Nettbus Express and Nettbus Bus 4 you.

  • Swebus


    The Swebus express coaches are connecting Gothenburg with the Scandinavian capitals Stockholm, Oslo and Copenhagen as well as Swedish cities like Malmö, Jönköping and Örebro. Swebus can also take you to Gothenburg from European hubs like Paris and Berlin.

  • Eurail train Passes

    Eurail train Passes

    Eurail.Com is a subsidiary of the Eurail Group, which is a cooperation of 30 European Railway companies and shipping lines.