How to find the venues
Note that we are unable to give advice about passports and visas for visitors to Sweden. However, there is advice on the IFLA WLIC website at http://www.ifla.org/en/ifla76/invitation-passports-visas and there is information on travel to Gothenburg at http://www.ifla.org/en/ifla76/travel-accommodations/travel
Sunday: PalacePalace, Södra Hamngatan 2 (Brunnsparken)
Box 11498, 404 30 Göteborg, Sweden
Location: The Palace is in the centre of Gothenburg , situated in Brunnsparken, opposite the entrance to Nordstan (a large shopping mall). It is within short walking distance: approximately 300 meters from the Central station and the stop for Airport coaches.
1. (showing route from Central Station to the Palace) http://kartor.eniro.se/m/plCFC
2. (map on Palace website) http://www.restaurangguiden.com/gbg/centrum/palace/karta.aspx
Monday: Wallenberg Conference Centre
Wallenberg Conference Centre, University of Gothenburg,
Medicinaregatan 2, 405 30 Göteborg, Sweden
Travel: Take tram no 7 stop mode C - direction Tynnered from Central station (Drottningtorget). Get off the tram at stop Medicinaregatan. Follow the conference signs to Wallenberg Centre.
Public Transport in Gothenburg (Västtrafik)
You cannot buy tickets from the driver on public transport in Gothenburg. Instead you need to buy your ticket from newsagents such as Pressbyrån, 7-Eleven or anywhere displaying the Västtrafik sign. You will find several different points of sale at the Central station.
If you are going to be doing a lot of travelling, then buying a short-term top-up card is the best option. This card enables you to travel wherever you want within specified areas, and as much as you want, within one or three 24-hour periods. They are valid on all Västtrafik vehicles, including all trains except the X2000.
Have a look at the webpage http://www.vasttrafik.se/en/ for further information.
There is a pdf version of these instructions you can download: http://dis.shef.ac.uk/sheila/satellite-venues.pdf