Clarion Hotel Sign
Ostra Jarnvagsgatan 35
Phone: (46) 8 676 98 00
Fax: (46) 8 676 98 99
Hugo Zetterwall designed this building in Florentine Renaissance style, with a large central hall, divided by an oval staircase. The interiors are laced with top-class ornamentation, with works of art by Bruno Liljefors, Carl Larsson, Prince Eugen and Axel Törneman. Norra Latin was formerly a school that was closed in 1984, and remodeled to house conference facilities.
Hotellcentralen is located inside Central station, the place where all outstation trains, commuter trains and subways connect to each. There is a tourist centre office in the main hall here where you can make hotel reservations. For further information check the website or call for details.
Snowflake is SAS's no-frills airline that operates from Sweden. It offers unbelievably low rates and online bookings, so you can look up the scheme that is best suited to your needs on its official website. You have to pay for your refreshments on board.
Centralstationen is the central hub for train travel in Stockholm. It is situated in downtown Stockholm and is easily accessible by metro, bus or taxi. If you are traveling by metro, get off at the metro station called T-centralen and follow the signs to Centralstationen.
The major regional bus station in Stockholm is Cityterminalen, which is incorporated into the adjoining World Trade Center. This futuristic looking building is located in central Stockholm, and houses all the major regional bus companies.
The Stockholm World Trade Center located in central Stockholm is a modern, high-tech venue built in 1989 for trade fairs and public expositions. Its location makes it a preferred choice for business seminars and conferences. The building is famous for hosting a variety of local as well as international seminars and expositions. The World Trade Center is equipped with two restaurants and offers banqueting facilities.
Konferensvalvet offers three separate conference spaces for meetings and conferences. The seventeenth century repository is the major attraction of the place. There is also a kitchen facility which offers breakfast and buffet-lunches. Check website for event schedules.
Although an Information Technology company, Jayways hosts plenty of events and seminars on latest and existing complex technologies. They are also responsible for Öredev, which is by far the largest IT based conference in the whole of Scandinavia. If you are in Stockholm and iphones or programming languages interest you, then you should probably look out for their latest events.
The Central Station is a veritable hub of all sorts of traffic. Domestic and international trains depart from the main area of the station, where you will also find ticket counters, cafés, restaurants, post office, news agents, florists and shops. Airport buses, as well as domestic and international buses, leave from the City Terminal on the upper level. Local bus stops are located outside, on Vasagatan.
In case you encounter an emergency, dial 112. If you wish to contact the authorities for matters of less urgency, the number for the Stockholm Area Police is +46 77 114 1400. The following addresses and phone numbers are for the biggest police stations in inner-city Stockholm that work round-the-clock: Norra Agnegatan 33-37, (+46 8 401 0000), Bryggargatan 19, (+46 8 401 0100) and Torkel Knutssongatan 20, (+46 8 401 1300).
Between April and October, bikes are made available for anyone to use in Stockholm. You can buy a bike card to use one of these bikes at tourist offices and at numerous other stops in the city. Your transportation was just made easier by now getting some fresh air between each destination during your trip in Stockholm!
The Stockholm Fire Brigade was established in 1875. It has a staff of 600 that work tirelessly towards fire prevention operations and public safety. In case of emergency, dial 112.