How to get to Åbymässan


The E6 / E20 Southbound: Drive E6 / E20 south towards Malmö. Take the exit at Åbromotet towards “Mölndal S”. Follow the signs for “Åby Arenastad”.
The E6 / E20 Northbound: Drive E6 / E20 north towards Gothenburg. Take the exit at Åbromotet towards “Mölndal S”. Follow the signs for “Åby Arenastad”.

Parking: There is plenty of parking outside of the main entrance of Åby Arena. We also offer charging stations for electric cars.

By Bus:

Bus 753 goes from Heden via Vasaplatsen to ÅbyTravet – bus stop Åby Fritidscentrum.
Bus 25 – bus stop Fässbergsgymnasiet.
Bus 751 (Frölunda Torg-Mölndal-Mölnlycke) stops at the bus stop Stallbacken. From there it is a five minutes walk to the main entrance.

Click here to get to Västtrafik’s travel planner.

By train:

You reach Mölndal station with both Västtrafik and Öresundståg trains.
From there you go by bus (see above) or walk the 1,7 km to Åbymässan.

By Air:

Åbymässan is located between Gothenburg and Landvetter. From Landvetter Airport it takes 20 minutes to Åbymässan by car. You can also use the Airport coaches to get to Korsvägen and then use​ Västtrafik’s travel planner for public tranportation to Åbymässan.

Temporary information

Information about the coronavirus covid-19

Easyfairs is taking the current situation regarding the Corona COVID-19 virus very seriously. The health and well-being of our organizers, visitors, exhibitors and staff is our number one priority. A number of measures have been put in place at our events in terms of hygiene and prevention and we continue to inform our visitors through our various websites of the precautions they themselves can take.  In addition, all customers, visitors, exhibitors and staff are advised to:

  • Frequently wash their hands with soap and water or disinfection gel
  • Cough or sneeze into the crook of their arm or cover their nose and mouth with tissues
  • Avoid all contact with people who have a cold or flu symptoms

We have disinfectants in all restrooms, in the entrances and in other selected places in our halls. We are following the recommendations from WHO and local authorities

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