How to get to Kistamässan

Kistamässan is conveniently located between Stockholm and Arlanda Airport. It’s easy to get here by metro, train, car or bus. By train it takes 12 minutes to get here from Stockholm Central and 20 minutes from Arlanda Airport. Alternatively, it takes 18 minutes by commuter train or around 20 minutes on the blue line of the metro system from Stockholm Central. Kistamässan is located next to the E4 and E18 highways and there are plenty of parking spaces for problem-free transport from the whole of Sweden.

THINK GREEN AND SAVE TIME – USE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TO KISTAMÄSSAN!

Our contribution to a sustainable environment and low impact on the environment involves as many people as possible, as often as possible, choosing public transport over the car. And over shorter distances cycling or walking is a good option that gives you exercise while contributing to improved air and less traffic congestion. In fact, research shows that a person who takes public transport gets four times as much exercise every day as someone who travels by car.

BY BUS:

Kistamässan is served by several bus routes. Plan your journey here with SL here.

By rail:

Metro:
Take the blue no. 11 line from T-centralen towards Akalla. Get off at Kista – travel time 17 minutes. From Kista Centrum metro station it’s a 12-minute walk to Kistamässan. Follow the signs for Kistamässan. The no. 11 line runs around 6 times an hour.

Commuter train:
Take the commuter train from Stockholm Central towards Uppsala, Upplands Väsby or Märsta. Get off at Helenelund Station – travel time 12 minutes. From Helenelund Station it’s a 5-minute walk to Kistamässan. Follow the signs for Kistamässan. The commuter trains run around 4-6 times an hour.

 

By Air:

 

Arlanda
The easiest way to get to Kistamässan from Arlanda Airport is by commuter train. Travel towards Stockholm and get off at Helenelund Station (just over 20 minutes). From Helenelund Station it’s around a 5-minute walk to Kistamässan. Another option is to take a taxi. We recommend choosing one of the larger taxi companies in Stockholm to get the best possible price for your journey. Feel free to contact us at Kistamässan for recommendations.

Bromma
You can travel from Bromma Airport either by taxi or by public transport with SL.

By car:

The E4 northbound:
Take the KISTA S exit off the E4 to get onto Kymlingelänken/väg 279. Keep right and follow the signs for Kistamässan. Turn left at the traffic lights signposted Kistamässan. At the roundabout drive straight ahead towards Torshamnsgatan and follow the signs for Kistamässan. On Torshamnsgatan drive straight ahead at the traffic lights. Turn right onto Strömögatan and follow the signs for Kistamässan.

E4 Southbound:
Take the KISTA S exit off the E4. Turn right at the second exit and follow the signs for Kistamässan. At the roundabout take the right towards Torshamnsgatan and follow the signs for Kistamässan. On Torshamnsgatan drive straight ahead at the traffic lights. Turn right onto Strömögatan and follow the signs for Kistamässan.

PARKING CHARGES:

  • Applicable 24 hours a day
  • 1-4 hrs SEK 35/hr
  • 4-6 hrs SEK 125
  • 24 hrs SEK 150
  • The parking meters accept payment by card or SMS. They do not accept cash.

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  • Cough or sneeze into the crook of their arm or cover their nose and mouth with tissues
  • Avoid all contact with people who have a cold or flu symptoms

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