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Volvo Ocean Race Ricardo Pint


Gothenburg is the second largest city in Sweden and it’s a city by the sea with world-class seafood, world-class restaurants and a coastline and archipelago to die for. Gothenburg is well-known for its innovative sustainable urban and mobility planning. The Gothenburg region is home to a world-class automotive industry which, together with infrastructure, logistics and ICT, is one of the largest clusters in the region. This attracts competence, investment and companies. The region is characterized by its unique collaborations between industry, academia and the public sector, creating perfect conditions for several strong clusters within R&D, advanced manufacturing and logistics.

The seminars will take place at Race Village, Frihamnen, Gothenburg.
Find your way to Race Village, Firhamnen >


The international airport Landvetter (GOT) is located 20 kilometres south-east of the city centre and you can travel from various destinations in Europa and the world. Please note that the smaller Göteborg City Airport (GSE) is no longer in use for commercial flights and will be phased out as from the winter 2015.

Airport transfer

It’s easy to get to and from the airport with the shuttle bus service Flygbussarna and the journey time is between 25 and 30 minutes. Buses leave from right outside the terminal building and the final stop is the main bus station Nils Ericssonterminalen in central Gothenburg.  Taxi or rental cars are also available at the airport.

Where to stay and what to do

Official visitors guide to Gothenburg 
There is great demand for hotel rooms in Gothenburg during the event.
Find available hotel rooms here