How to get here
Digital Futures facilities are located at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, KTH Campus.
Postal and visiting address: Osquars Backe 5, floor 2. SE-100 44 Stockholm, Sweden.
Call doorbell number for support: 0736-44 14 83
Transport from Arlanda Airport to Stockholm city
The airport Arlanda Express train is the fastest and most environmentally friendly way of travelling between Arlanda Airport and Stockholm Central Station. There are no stops along the way and you are within the City Centre in 20 minutes. The train leaves every 15 minutes.
You may purchase the ticket in advance at Arlanda Airport or the Central Station.
When reached Stockholm Central Station, take the metro red line nr 14 towards Mörby centrum and step off at Tekniska Högskolan (KTH).
Tickets can also be booked online: www.arlandaexpress.com
Airport coaches leave Arlanda airport every 5-10 minutes towards the City Terminal in central Stockholm (right next to Central Station and T-Centralen). The bus ride takes approximately 35 minutes.
You may purchase the ticket at Arlanda Airport or via the Airport coaches’ application. There’s also possible to buy the ticket on board with a credit card.
When reached the City Terminal, walk to the Central Station and take the metro red line nr 14 towards Mörby centrum and step off at Tekniska Högskolan (KTH).
For further information, please visit: www.flygbussarna.se/en
Stockholm Public transport (SL)
It is possible to use the regular commuter train service to travel to and from Arlanda Airport, catching the trains between Uppsala and Stockholm. Please refer to: www.sl.se/en
There is a fee for passing between the trains and the airport terminal at Arlanda. If you have a valid SL ticket, you just pay a passage supplement fee. A fee also applies if going to Uppsala train station.
Exit at Tekniska Högskolan
When at metro stop Tekniska Högskolan, take exit Odengatan Körsbärsvägen. Take left and go up the escalator. From there, you’ll see the KTH campus right in front of you.
Digital Futures is located in the School of Architecture on Osquars Backe 5, just behind KTH entré (Drottning Kristinas väg 4) in a round rust brown building. Enter the main hall, take right by the elevators and go up one floor. Digital Futures office is located on level 2.
Please choose a taxi carefully! Sweden does not regulate prices; they may vary greatly. It is the customer’s responsibility to check prices beforehand. Check the price on the yellow label, which is usually on the rear door window, before entering the vehicle. Make sure to choose a properly certified company such as:
Taxi Stockholm : + 46 (0) 8 15 00 00
Sverige Taxi : + 46 (0) 20 20 20 20
Taxi Kurir : +46 (0) 771 86 00 00
Taxis are available outside the arrival hall at the Arlanda Airport. Prices may vary considerably, so you are advised to ask for the price before entering the taxi. Many taxi companies offer a fixed price of ~560 SEK from Arlanda airport to Stockholm City Center (the same from Stockholm City Center to Arlanda Airport) and the driver is obliged to give you a printed receipt on request.
Approximate time from Arlanda Airport to:
Stockholm city – 40 min
KTH- 30 min
Transport in Stockholm
Plan your journey with Stockholm Public transport, SL. For maps, timetables and additional info, please refer to: www.sl.se/en
Bus and metro tickets must be purchased in advance. Bus drivers do not sell any tickets on board. Buy tickets at the SL Centers, which are located in the ticket halls of the T-Centralen station at Sergels Torg, at the Stockholm Central Station in the lower hall and at Tekniska Högskolan (KTH). Other ticket agents, like Pressbyrån, have the SL logo clearly displayed.
In addition to the regular single-tickets (75 min), there are also 24h, 72h, and 7/30/90 days travel cards. With a travel card, you can travel as much as you like throughout the county for the duration of the card. Your travel card works for metro, commuter train, buses and even some ferries. Travel cards are generally the best buy for a visitor who plans to use public transport regularly during the stay.
From KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Tekniska högskolan) take either of the red metro lines nr 13 or 14, direction T-Centralen.
At T-Centralen there are connections to all other metro lines. Getting off one station before T-Centralen, at Östermalmstorg, will drop you in the heart of Stockholm’s Eastern side, a five-minute walk to the city centre. Continuing on the metro on the same lines, the next stop after T-Centralen is the Old Town (Gamla Stan). The following stop, Slussen, connects you to the southern part of Stockholm.
Buses are many and frequent in Stockholm. The blue buses, 1, 2, 3 and 4 are all circular lines.
Bus number 1 crosses the city from east to west. 2 goes south through the city centre to the east. Bus 3 crosses the city from south to west. Number 4 goes from the south – passing by KTH – and continues to the east. Plan your trip on www.sl.se/en