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Public transportation in Gothenburg

  • City view, Gothenburg

City view, Gothenburg

The Gothenburg City Card (Göteborgspasset) offers free transport on buses, trams and archipelago boat trips, free entry to Gothenburg museums and the Liseberg amusement park, as well as a free boat trip to Elfsborg fortress and free parking in borough spaces.

There are also special offers for shopping, special events, entertainment, restaurants and sights.

The card can be bought online or at Gothenburg tourist offices, the Central Station, Pressbyrån kiosks, hotels, youth hostels and camping sites.

The Gothenburg City Card is available as a physical card or digitally in your smartphone.

Adults:
SEK 285 for Mobile 24 hours
SEK 395 for Mobile 48 hours
SEK 565 for Mobile 72 hours
SEK 685 for Mobile 96 hours
SEK 795 for Mobile 120 hours

SEK 285 for 24 hours (physical card)
SEK 395 for 48 hours (physical card)

Children (under 16):
SEK 175 for Mobile 24 hours
SEK 275 for Mobile 48 hours
SEK 375 for Mobile 72 hours
SEK 455 for Mobile 96 hours
SEK 535 for Mobile 120 hours

SEK 175 for 24 hours (physical card)
SEK 275 for 48 hours (physical card)

If you are going to be doing a lot of travelling in the Gothenburg region, then buying a short-term top-up card with Västtrafik is the best option.

Around the region (Regionen runt):
SEK 250 for 24 hours
SEK 530 for 72 hours
(48 hours not available)

Children
Under the age of 16 years; free of charge if accompanied by an adult. June, July and August only!

Gothenburg (Göteborg):
SEK 70 for 24 hours
SEK 140 for 72 hours
(48 hours not available)

Children
Under the age of 20 years; free of charge if accompanied by an adult.

For more information about traveling in West Sweden, visit Västtrafik website.

NOTE: All fares and rates quoted are approximate as of January 2013 and may change without notice. While every precaution has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information in this publication, VisitSweden accepts no responsibility for any errors, omissions, or subsequent changes. 

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