Norrköping 2018 - Venue

The workshop will be held at the Magnentus Building in Norrköping

Hospitalsgatan 30
602 27 Norrköping


How to go there

Norrköping is a small, but easily reachable town between Stockholm and Malmö. It lies on the motorway E4, which connects the major Swedish cities. You even have the choice of arriving at four international airports.

By air

You can check connections to the following airports. Below you will find infos on their distance to the venue, airport code and website for further information:

Norrköping Airport (NRK)
~4 km

Linköping City Airport(LPI)
~42 km

Stockholm Skavsta Airport (NYO)
~62 km
Bus shuttle tickets available from Norrköping Airport Bus Service

Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN)
~200 km (There are good train connections between the airport and Norrköping. Otherwise see below)

By train

Norrköping’s train station is located very close to the suggested hotel “Scandic City Norrköping” (see below) and is a 14-minute walk (~1 km) to the venue.

Note: If travelling from the direction of Stockholm it is important to not confuse the stop Nyköping with Norrköping.

Further information available at:

By car

Norrköping can be reached conveniently via the motorway E4. The venue, Magnentus (M) Building is located on Hospitalsgatan 30. It is centrally located in Norrköping. Opposite the building there is a parking garage for cars.

Hotel booking

Here you will find some suggestions for hotels near the venue. Alternatively, the conference participants can book hotels via other online booking sites. 

Scandic Norrköping City (recommended)


–  Single room: around 1450 SEK / night

Please think to book early enough since there is no guarantee for the availability of rooms.


Scandic Norrköping City

Slottsgatan 99


+46 11 4955200

The Lamp Hotel


–  Single room: starting at 1495 SEK / night

– Double room: starting at 1695 SEK / night


The Lamp Hotel

Hospitalsgatan 5

602 27 Norrköping

+46(0)11-12 20 10


Nordic Choice Hotels

The Nordic Choice Hotels website can be used to access rates from several hotels:


Norrköping – Sweden’s “Manchester”

The Industrial Landscape. Few european cities can boast such a well-preserved industrial area as Norrköping. In Swedens “Manchester” the industrial development started in the 17th century and carried on through to the middle of the 20th century.

Photos are from the Wikipedia page here