When in Sweden
- It’s good to know that most Swedes will speak and understand English at a good level.
- In general you can use a credit card to buy things almost everywhere. Beware that cash is not always accepted, for example public transport usually won’t accept cash and you need to buy tickets in advance. Public transport in Stockholm is called SL. Train tickets can be bought at SJ, you can’t buy tickets for SJ’s train services onboard so do it before you enter the train.
- Out time zone is UTC+1.
Registration on Tuesday starts at 8 am in the main lobby of the venue. There will be other tracks than WordCamp and registration will be combined with thoose tracks, as part of Internetdagarna.
Getting around at the venue
We have two tracks, “Main hall” will take place in room “A1”, 4th floor. “Secondary hall” will take place in the “Bar” area.
Check out the schedule for the conference day.
There’ll be a afterparty combined with the other events taking place at Internetdagarna. It starts at 5pm.
If you have signed up for the contributor day, The contributor day will take place at the Bonnier Tidskrifter office. Read more in this post about contributor day.
Our volunteers will be dressed in t-shirts with our logo on them. Don’t hesitate to ask any of them if you need help with finding your way around or have any questions about the event.
Nils Ericsons Plan 4
111 64 Stockholm
Check out the venue website for detailed descriptions on how to get there.