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Adress

IKHP-stugan: Norra Klevaliden, 561 93 Huskvarna

Air travel

Jönköping Airport is located 9 km from the city centre of Jönköping and 19 km from the Euromtb 2016 venue in Huskvarna. The airport has connections with Frankfurt (Frankfurt airport), Germany. To get to and from the airport there is a regular bus service (route 27) to Jönköping city centre.

There are a number of international airports with good connections to Jönköping. Landvetter Airport and Göteborg City Airport are two airports connected to Gothenburg on the west coast. Arlanda Airport, and Stockholm Skavsta Airport, are on the eastern side of Sweden. Malmö Airport is situated in the south of Sweden. All the airports are just a few hours away from Jönköping and they are connected to the main city in question via Airport Coaches.

From Copenhagen (Kastrup Airport), Denmark you can easily travel to Jönköping by train.

Travel within Sweden

The railway station is located in the middle of Jönköping city centre. The train company SJ runs most of the railway lines in Sweden. For information about tickets or national arrivals and departures, please visit www.sj.se or call +46 771 75 75 75.

There are a number of coach companies which connect most parts of Sweden. Here are a links to few of them: Bus4you (in Swedish), Svenska Buss Expresstrafik (in Swedish) and Swebus.

Travel within Jönköping/Huskvarna

By car you drive towards Jönköping city centre and follow the signs towards Centrum.
The local buses regularly serve most places in Jönköping. The main bus stop in the city is Juneporten and is situated next to the railway station.

For more information about Jönköping, please visit the Tourist Information Centre or call at +46 36 10 50 50.

About Jönköping

Beautifully situated in southern Sweden on the shores of lake Vättern, Jönköping offer a vibrant city pulse, beach life and nature on the doorstep. The city centre of Jönköping consists of picturesque alleys and canals opening the city up to the three lakes.

East of Jönköping, lies the old mill town of Huskvarna where weapons, appliances and vehicles have been manufactured and sold under the world famous brand Husqvarna since the 17th century. Its industrial heritage has left many cultural treasures to enjoy.

Gränna and Visingsö offer enchanting views, manor houses, cobbled roads, bicycle rides, idyllic wooden cabins, castle ruins, paths and oak forests. Wherever you set foot, you find yourself in the middle of a history book. The city is a natural and social place to meet.

In Jönköping we hold numerous national and international events and congresses. A University with international exchange students from over 90 nations makes Jönköping a city in the center of all happenings. There is much more to tell about Jönköping and its surroundings – but now it is time to explore it. Welcome!

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