There are two railway stations in Örebro and if you arrive by train, get off at the central railway station (Örebro Central). In connection with the central railway station is Resecentrum, the Travel Centre, from where you can catch a bus or a taxi to the University. This is also where the coaches or buses from Stockholm and Göteborg arrives.
Here are some options for how to get to the University:
A taxi should cost around 100-150 SEK. Ask to go to the University and to the main entrance of the building Långhuset where there is a bus stop. In Långhuset there is an information desk where you can ask for further directions.
From the Travel Centre, take bus no 9 or bus no 20, both with the word "Universitet" on the bus display. The bus ride to the University takes about 15 minutes. The University is at the end of the bus route so you cannot miss it.
Paying for bus tickets
Cash is not accepted on buses in Örebro, so you can only buy a bus ticket with a debit or credit card. You can also buy a ticket from the blue ticket machines that you will find at the Travel Centre. The ticket machines accept coins only.
If you are planning to make more than one trip it may be more economical to buy a rabattkort – a top-up bus pass for pay-as-you-go travel. You can purchase the card at the bus ticket office at the Travel Centre, alternatively at Pressbyrån, also at the Travel Centre. The card is not personal and more than one person can travel at the same time using the card providing they get on the bus at the same stop. There is no time limit on the card.