To get to Trollhättan from one of the two international airports in Stockholm and Gothenburg can be done in several ways. To try to clarify the different alternatives two seperate pages are available in the menu on the left hand side starting from each of the two airports. At a more detailed level the different available routes to Trollhättan are explained.
There are two airports in Gothenburg. Landvetter Airport has daily flights to and from most major European cities. There is a convenient airport bus service that connects Landvetter to the Central Station in Gothenburg. Buses run 2-4 times an hour and the trip costs approximately SEK 70.Gothenburg City Airport (named Säve in Swedish) also has an airport busservice which runs in connection to the arrival of each flight. The bus takes you to the Central Station in Gothenburg.
Trains and buses run regularly to Trollhättan from Gothenburg. The trip to the town is approximately 50 minutes by train. Buses complete the trip in approximately 90 minutes. The central bus station in Gothenburg (Nils Ericson Terminal) is located next to the train station (Central Station). Gothenburg also has intercity rail links with Stockholm, Copenhagen and Oslo.
You can fly to our airport Malöga and take a short taxi-trip
Search for "Arlanda C" to "Trollhättan C" on www.sj.se
The long, hard and cheap way of travel: search for travel between Stockholm-Gothenburg or Arlanda-Trollhättan on www.swebus.se
- Take Train from Trollhättan City train station (Resecentrum) to Gothenburg City Terminal (Nils Ericsson Terminal) ~ Train timetable
- Walk to the bus terminal (five minute walk at most)
- Change to The airport bus (Flygbussen)
- Arrive at Gothenburg Airport/Landvetter ~ Airport info