FAQs for visitors

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No, you register as a visitor and receive a digital entry ticket with a QR code sent to the e-mail address entered on your registration form. When you arrive at the event, you can choose which activities you want to participate in. lease note that you must have registered as a visitor and received an entry ticket to be able to take part in the event programme. Entry tickets are free to anyone working within the industry.


Your ticket is sent to your e-mail at the time of booking. Look for the e-mail address noreply@ndc.easyfairs.com

If you still can’t find your ticket, you can contact us.

No, tickets are individual and non-transferable. However, it is fine to invite industry colleagues free of charge. When they register as visitors, they will each receive their own individual entry ticket.


31 January 10:00 – 18:00
1 February 10:00 – 17:00

Take our Right now, Kistamässan has reduced parking possibilities due to a major infrastructure project led by the City of Stockholm and the Swedish Transport Administration. Parking facilities are available at Kista Galleria, but we therefore encourage you to use public transport as much as possible when you visit the fair. There will be a free shuttle bus between Kista Galleria (Jan Stenbeck square) and Kista fair every quarter. Look for the orange beach flag.

All visitors receive a name tag. It is equipped with a chip that allows you to easily scan the stands you are interested in. You no longer need to collect business cards, instead an email is automatically sent to you containing your favourites!

You can find accommodation options here.

Green alternative (Recommended by our event team)
Stockholm metro: Take the metro blue line 11 from T-centralen in the direction of Akalla. Get off at Kista – journey time 17 minutes. From Kista Centrum’s metro station, it’s then a 12-minute walk to Kistamässan. There are roughly 6 metro trains an hour.

Take a commuter train from Stockholm Central Station in the direction of Uppsala, Upplands Väsby or Märsta. Get off at Helenelund Station – journey time 12 minutes. From Helenelund Station it’s then a 5-minute walk to Kistamässan. Follow the signs for Kistamässan. Commuter trains run 4-6 times an hour.

Arlanda: From Arlanda, the easiest way to get to Kistamässan is by commuter train. Travel towards Stockholm and get off at Helenelund Station (journey time just over 20 minutes). From Helenelund Station it’s around a 5-minute walk to Kistamässan. Another option is to take a taxi. We recommend choosing one of the larger taxi companies in Stockholm to ensure the best possible fare for your journey. Feel free to contact Kistamässan for recommended companies.

Bromma: From Bromma Airport you can either come by taxi or public transport.

E4 northbound: Take the KISTA S exit from the E4 and join Kymlingelänken/road 279. Keep right and follow signs for Kistamässan. Turn left at the traffic lights, signposted for Kistamässan. Go straight on at the roundabout towards Torshamnsgatan, following signs for Kistamässan. Carry straight on at the traffic lights on Torshamnsgatan. Turn right onto Strömögatan and follow signs for Kistamässan.
E4 southbound: Take the KISTA S exit off the E4. Turn right at the second exit road and follow signs for Kistamässan. Turn right at the roundabout towards Torshamnsgatan and follow signs for Kistamässan. Carry straight on at the traffic lights on Torshamnsgatan. Turn right onto Strömögatan and follow signs for Kistamässan.


Easyfairs is working hard implementing safety and hygiene plans to ensure that our events are safe places to meet and do business over the coming months and years. We are investing in a broad range of solutions, from enhanced hygiene procedures to technology, to facilitate social distancing and a pristine level of hygiene. No effort is spared when it comes to protecting the health and safety of staff, exhibitors and visitors, by all possible means.


There is a staffed cloakroom on site.

At Kista Gallerian you park for 2 hours free of charge per day. After that, it costs SEK 25 per started half hour. Maximum rate SEK 400/day.

Unfortunately pets are not allowed into the venue (except guide dogs).

Kistamässan has a restaurant and two cafés serving refreshments and light meals.

The event is only open to those actually working in the sector. This is purely a business-to-business event and only representatives from the business community and public sector may attend. Identification may be requested together with a business card on entry. The minimum age limit is 18. Unfortunately we cannot admit private individuals or students. Pushchairs and large items of luggage are not allowed into the event hall.


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