The IPA 2015 conference, and the Early Bird reception, will be held at Stockholm Business School, Stockholm University, located in Kräftriket, a few minutes from the city centre of Stockholm.
Stockholm Business School is housed in attractive historic buildings dating from 1912. The Kräftriket area is situated in a national city park close to Brunnsviken lake. The school's brick buildings are full of character and have heritage status. In the late 18th century, an Inn opened here, which served crayfish caught in the lake, and the whole area came to be named "Kräftriket" (the crayfish kingdom) after the Inn.
To Stockholm Business School with public transportation
Stockholm has a well-organized public transportation system. Take the underground to Odenplan, Tekniska Högskolan or Universitetet and then bus to Albano. If you stay close to the green underground line, take the underground to Odenplan and change to bus 50 towards Stora Lappskärsberget.
If you stay close to the red underground line, take the underground to Universitetet and change to bus 50 towards Hornsberg. You can also take the red underground line to Tekniska Högskolan and change to bus 670 towards Vaxholm or 676 towards Norrtälje.
Transportation from Arlanda airport:
By Taxi: from Arlanda to the school it is 40 km and takes about 30 minutes to drive. The price is approximately 520 SEK
With Arlanda Express: Take the express train to Stockholm City, T-centralen, (20 min) and then take underground and bus with SL to Stockholm Business School. (See description above.) Arlanda Express
With Public transportation, SL public transportation
If you prefer to take the bike to the conference venue you can buy a bike card at any SL Center or Pressbyrån (a convenience store). The cost for a 3-day card is 165 SEK (€ 18). The bike card will give you access to 140 bike stations around Stockholm (including one at the conference venue). You hire a bike for three hours and can return it at any bike station. For further instructions, please visit http://www.citybikes.se/home
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