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Getting around in Gothenburg is fairly simple thanks to the city's organised layout. The city centre is pedestrian-friendly, and walking is considered the best way to take in all the sights. Bicycles are also available for hire, and a network of bike paths make it a pleasant and convenient mode of transport. Public transportation is made up of a network of buses, trams, and ferries. Tickets are sold at 7-Eleven shops, transport service centres, and Pressbyrån shops. Single tickets are also available on trams; however, more economical options for busy travellers would be the one, three, or 30-day tickets, or the Gothenburg City Card. Bicycle and tram traffic can make driving in Gothenburg a bit confusing, and renting a car is generally only necessary for trips outside the city centre. Taxis are available by phone, but they are not regulated and can be quite expensive.
GMT +1 (GMT +2 from the last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October).
Electric current is 230 volts, 50Hz. Standard European two-pin plugs are used.
The Swedish monetary unit is the Krona or Crown (SEK), which is divided into 100 öre. Banks exchange money during business hours from Monday to Friday. At other times money can be changed at airports, ferry terminals, post offices, and Forex exchange offices, which are open daily. There are numerous ATMs throughout the country, most of which accept MasterCard and Visa. Sweden is an almost cashless society so most major credit cards are accepted throughout Sweden, while mobile payment apps are very popular.
The country code for Sweden is +46. There is good coverage across the country for mobile telephones, and many Swedish networks are partnered with international providers to ensure seamless connectivity. Internet cafes can be found in all the cities and towns and public wifi is available in certain areas.
An airport bus departs frequently to the city centre; a local bus network is also available. Tickets are available from self-service machines.
Car rental agencies at the airport include Hertz, Avis, Budget and Europcar.
Taxis are available outside the Arrivals Hall. Fares to central Gothenburg are usually charged at a fixed price.
The airport used to have two terminals, but they have now been combined.
A full banking service and foreign exchange are offered, ATMs are available in the Arrivals and Departures halls. There are several bars, cafes, and restaurants in the airport. Other facilities include an internet café, safe deposit boxes, children's playgrounds, tourist information and various stores and duty-free shops. Those with disabilities are well catered for.
Long- and short-term car parking options are available. Lots P2, P3 and P4 are adjacent to the terminal while P5, P6 and P7 are a bit farther away.
Free wifi is available for three hours, after which a small fee applies.