2IM 2020 will be held in Stockholm, Sweden during June 25-28, 2020!
The beautiful capital of Sweden prides itself on being open to anyone and everyone. A curious city, eager to try anything that is new, anything that’s different. So, welcome to Stockholm, whoever you are!
* How to get here
There are two airports near Stockholm. The closest one is Stockholm Bromma Airport but most international flights use the main airport Stockholm Arlanda Airport, located some 42 km from the city center.
- Airport shuttle buses go between the central parts of Stockholm and both airports, called Flygbussarna.
- The express airport train - the Arlanda Express takes 20 minutes and the commuter train takes about 37 minutes.
- Taxis are available to and from both airports. There are many companies available, here are two suggestions: Taxi Stockholm and Taxi 020.
* How to get around
Public transportation in Stockholm is accessible to most people. All buses have floor level access and platforms are at the same level at nearly all of the 100 Metro stations.
You can travel easily within Stockholm and its suburbs, by metro/subway, bus, commuter train, tram, or by boat. SL is responsible for the public transportation in Stockholm. You can buy single journey tickets, or visitor tickets/travel cards valid for between 24 hours up to 7 days. Visit the SL website for exact prices and ticket information. Tickets are valid on all means of public transportation.
This is Visit Stockholm's list of all available sightseeings in Stockholm: Sightseeing through Stockholm
* Things to do
There are a lot of things to do in Stockholm! If you are into food, there are many Michelin starred restaurants, and other good restaurants well worth a visit. Planning on trying a Swedish fika? There are a lot of cafés to try in Stockholm.
Into museums? There are a number of museums in Stockholm – one for every taste. Just to mention a few, there is the Vasa Museum for the historically interested, the Modern Museum and the Fotografiska if you are more interested in art, and then of course the ABBA museum for those interested in our Swedish music history.
Check out more on Visit Stockholm's list of - Top 10 things to do in Stockholm.