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Getting to Lindholmen

Every day, 30,000 people travel to Lindholmen to work, study, network or live. There are many ways of travelling to Lindholmen Science Park — free ferry, bicycle, car or bus. Because of the ongoing construction work, we recommend that you travel here by public transport.

There are many ways to get to Lindholmen Science Park - free ferry, bike, car or bus.
Major construction work is currently taking place in the area, and the amount of parking is limited. 

Find out more about parking at Lindholmen

How to get to Lindholmen


  • Bicycle

    From the city center, the easiest route is to cycle across the Götaälv Bridge and then follow the signs to Lindholmen, which are parallel to Lundbyleden. From the central station, it takes about 20 minutes to cycle. You could also cycle to one of the ferry terminals and take the bicycle on the ferry to Lindholmen. At Lindholmen you can hire bicycles from Styr & Ställ for any period.

    Read more about Styr & Ställ


    See the maps for bicycle in Gothenburg 

  • Bus

    Route 16/16x departs every third minute during the morning and afternoon rush hour. Travel time from the Nordstan (Central Station) bus stop to Lindholmen is 6–8 minutes. You can also take buses 31, 45, 55, 58, 99, 121, 176 and 177.


    See timetable on Västrafik 

  • By car

    Because of the ongoing construction work, we recommend that you travel here by public transport. If you must drive here, the journey takes only 5–10 minutes by car from the central station.

    See route on Google maps


    From Götaälv Bridge or Tingstad Tunnel
    Exit toward Lindholmen/N Älvstranden at Lindholmsmotet. Then follow the signs to Lindholmen.

    From the E6, E20 or highway 45
    Sväng av mot Lindholmen/N Älvstranden i Lindholmsmotet. Följ därefter skyltning mot Lindholmen.

    From Älvsborg Bridge and Torslanda​Drive toward Norra Älvstranden through the Lundby Tunnel. The exit toward Lindholmen is at the end of the tunnel. Then follow the signs to Lindholmen.


  • Electric bus route 55

    The first electric bus route in Gothenburg runs between Lindholmen Science Park and Johanneberg Science Park via the city center. The buses are silent and emission-free, and use electricity from wind and hydropower. The bus route is one of the most modern in the world, and allows passengers to charge their mobile phones on-board and to enter and exit from the bus indoors. Ordinary public transport tickets can be used on the bus. Read more about Electricity


    See the timetable on Västtrafik 


  • Ferry

    The Älvsnabbare ferry is free of charge and runs every eight minutes between Stenpiren → Lindholmspiren, weekdays between 07:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. The trip only takes six minutes.


    The Älvsnabben ferry operates between Lilla Bommens Hamn → Stenpiren → Lindholmspiren → Slottsberget → Eriksbergs färjeläge. You use a Västtrafik ticket to pay for the trip.

    See the timetable on Västtrafik