Travel and local transport

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Travel to Umeå

Umeå is easily accessible by plane, train, bus, car or ferry.

By plane - free airport pickup available, see below at "Local transport in Umeå"

The nearest airport is Umeå airport (IATA: UME) which is located approximately 10 minutes by car from the city centre and Umeå Energi Arena. Check out the airlines below for good flight deals. SAS and Norwegian both offer discounted youth tickets.

Scandinavian airlines 

www.flysas.com

Norwegian 

www.norwegian.com

BRA 

www.flygbra.se

By ferry - free ferry port pickup available, see below at "Local transport in Umeå"

Wasaline has a brand new ferry which is operating on the route between Vasa in Finland and Holmsund around 20 min by car from Umeå. 

The weigh-in time at the competition hotel as well as the finishing time of the competition on Sunday are synced to match the ferry arrival and depature times. This is because we want all our Finnish wrestling friends to be able to come here and wrestle and get home on time for the Sunday ferry departure.

 

To book ferry tickets, check out the Wasaline website.

 

Wasaline

www.wasaline.com

By train - the railway station is within walking distance from the competition hall and wrestling hotel.

The railway station in Umeå (Umeå järnvägsstation) is located in the centre of Umeå and just a couple of minutes away from the competition hotel.. There are both overnight trains and day trains from many parts of Sweden that stop in Umeå every day.

To book train tickets, check out the links below.

SJ

www.sj.se

VY

www.vy.se

Norrtåg

www.norrtag.se

By bus

Ybuss has daily buses from Stockholm to Umeå.

www.ybuss.se/

Local transport in Umeå

We offer free transport to and from Umeå ferry port (in Holmsund) and to and from Umeå airport to the competition hotel and arena. This service is guaranteed until October 5 by sending an e-mail with your travel details to umeawrestlingbattle@gmail.com or by simply adding your travel information in the registration form.