This section contains information about how to get to O-Ringen Värmland in Arvika and how to get to the arenas durng the O-Ringen week.
Värmland is located in Scandinavia in the southwest of Sweden, close to the Norwegian border. The distance between Arvika and Stockholm is 380 km. It is 140 km and 250 km to Oslo and Gothenburg. You have several options for getting here.
The railway line Stockholm - Oslo passes through Arvika and makes it easy to get there by train. SJ and Värmlandstrafik train and bus lines serve Arvika with several daily departures. Timetables, tickets and other traffic information about trains and buses can be found at www.sj.se and www.varmlandstrafik.se.
Värmlandstrafiken is responsible for all local and regional bus and train travel within Värmland, www.varmlandstrafik.se.
Arvika is Sweden's inner harbor, with connections to Lake Vänern and the sea through canals and locks. It is possible to pre-book a berth through Arvika motorboat club, www.arvikamotorbatsklubb.se.
Arvika is located along road 61, about 70 km northwest of Karlstad. If you are coming:
• From the south, you can take E45 to Säffle, then Lv 175 towards Arvika;
• From the west, you can take E18 towards Stockholm. Turn towards Vännacka-Arvika about 5 km east of Tocksfors;
• From the north, you can take the E45 towards Gothenburg. 10 km south of Sunne take Lv 238 and later Rv 61 towards Arvika;
• From the east, you can take the E18 towards Oslo. Ffrom Karlstad take road 61 towards Arvika.
It is about 150 km from Arvika to the international airport in Oslo, Norway (Gardermoen). The regional Karlstad Airport has daily flights to Stockholm, website www.ksdarprt.se.
More information about routes and transport links can be found on www.visitvarmland.se.