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Opening hours today
fredag 10-20
Opening hours today
fredag 10-20

Welcome to Nordstan – Sweden's leading shopping centre

Nordstan is spread over several properties totalling 317,000 m². 70 000 m² of this area consists of shops and restaurants, with around 35 million visitors every year. Around 6000 people work in Nordstan every day. Nordstan’s central position combined with its size makes it a self-evident hub at the heart of Gothenburg and an important part of the Gothenburg experience, attracting visitors from Gothenburg and other parts of Sweden as well as the rest of the world.

Parking for corporate customers

The Nordstan car park is always open, and always has space for your car. For corporate customers, monthly subscriptions are available. Read more here.

Opening and minimum hours for shops, restaurants and cafés

Monday–Friday 10.00–20.00
Saturday–Sunday 10.00–18.00
Alternative opening hours

Gothenburg tourist office/Nordstan information

Nordstadstorget
SE-411 05 Göteborg
+46 (0)31 700 86 60

Centre management

Nordstans Marknadsledning
Götgatan 10
SE-411 05 Göteborg
Email: info@nordstan.se
Telephone: +46 (0)31 700 86 50

Establish your company in Nordstan, Sweden's most visited shopping centre

There is a great deal of interest in renting premises in Nordstan. Are you considering opening your business in Nordstan? Send us your details and we will contact you if your business fits with our future plans.

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Nordstan's properties

Nordstan consists of several properties with different owners:

1

Vasakronan AB

2

Vasakronan AB

3

F O Peterson & Söner Byggnads AB and
Gösta Andersson Byggnadsfirma AB

4

Hufvudstaden AB

5

Hufvudstaden AB

6

Vasakronan AB

7

Nordstans Samfällighetsförening

8

Castellum Väst AB

Welcome to Sweden's best exhibition space

180 events and exhibitions are organised every year in our different exhibition spaces. Together they amount to 637 m² of Nordstan’s public space, which is visited by around 100,000 people every day. No other place in Gothenburg attracts as many visitors, or such a broad target group. You can reach people of all ages, with different interests and needs.

You have almost unlimited opportunities, when you choose to be visible I Nordstan. If you plan to work with a traditional stand solution, of course that’s fine, but if you like, we can help you think outside the box. We have a number of alternatives for marketing and organizing both small and large events, both in and outdoors. Below you can download more information about our different spaces.

Booking exhibition space

Telephone: +46(0)31 700 86 50
Email: expo@nordstan.se

Vehicle entry

All assembly and dismantling should take place outside shop opening hours.
All entry normally takes place via the gate at Spannmålsgatan 16.
Gate dimensions: Height 3.70 m, width 3.30 m
Total vehicle weight: Two-axle vehicle max. 12 tonnes, three-axle vehicle max. 16 tonnes
Higher loads may be permitted by agreement in exceptional cases. Telephone: +46 (0)31 700 86 00

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Goods deliveries and transports to Nordstan

Postal addresses for Nordstan’s companies

For delivery of shipments below 2 kg and in the form of letters or small packets, these can be sent direct to the relevant shop. Here you can find a pdf list of the postal addresses and telephone numbers for all of the companies and shops in Nordstan.

Delivery address

For delivery of shipments above 2 kg and in the form of packages and goods, these should be sent to the loading bay.

Goods address, Lastgatan (loading tunnel) entrance. NOTE! Not a postal address:

Södra Sjöfarten 1
Unique postcode: SE-411 90 Gothenburg
57°41′29.589″N, 11°54′26.49″E

Deliveries from the south (Järntorget):

At the Järntorgsmotet crossroads, keep on the right and follow the signs towards Centrum Syd/Järntorget/Skeppsbron.
Turn left at the traffic lights over the southern entrance to the Göta Tunnel.
Turn right towards Masthamnsbron.
Drive past Gothenburg Opera and Gothenburg guest harbour.
Turn right into the entrance to Nordstan’s loading bays.

Deliveries from the north (E45):

Take the exit towards Centrum Nord/Packhuskajen/Lilla Bommen.
Turn left at the traffic lights over the northern entrance to the Göta Tunnel.
Turn into the entrance to Nordstan’s loading bays.

Signage, loading bay

Nordstan’s loading tunnel is around 1.2 km long and has many loading bays and delivery places. To make it easier for suppliers and companies to find their way, an orientation system has been developed and installed in the loading tunnel. An orientation board is available for delivery drivers at the entrance. Two large orientation boards are available at the loading tunnel.
The loading tunnel is divided into loading areas which are numbered and divided into coloured blocks; e.g. blue loading area bay space 5:16.

Transports to Nordstan’s event venues

Goods deliveries to Nordstan should primarily take place via Spannmålsgatan 16, 411 05 Gothenburg. Delivery hours: Mon–Fri, 05.30–09.30, 20.00–24.00; Sat–Sun, 05.30–09.30, 18.00–24.00. Contact Securitas/Centralservice +46 (0) 31 700 86 06. 57°42′33.519″N, 11°58′5.903″E

Drive along Götaleden and into Norra Hamngatan.
Turn left into Packhusplatsen and carry on to Sankt Eriksgatan.
Turn right into Östra Hamngatan and over the pedestrian area.
When you reach Norra Hamngatan, carry out a U-turn and drive back up Östra Hamngatan.
Turn right onto Spannmålsgatan. The entrance to Nordstan is immediately ahead

NOTE! You may not drive long vehicles (>10m) within the Vallgraven and Västra Nordstaden areas of the city centre.
This applies every day of the week, 24 hours a day, with the exception of 06.00-08.00. You can find more information in Swedish on the City of Gothenburg website, goteborg.se. Search for “Långa fordon”. Maps of parking spaces for HGVs and buses are available on the City of Gothenburg’s website, or via the free “P-Göteborg” app (both in Swedish).
Note that some parts of Norra Hamngatan are bus lanes.

Nordstan history

The name Nordstan comes from the fact that the shopping centre is built on what was once the eastern part of the Nordstaden (“North Town”) area of Gothenburg, in the northern part of the original city within the moat. By the 1960s, this area of buildings from the 1800s had become extremely run down. A number of construction companies and major banks decided to come together to purchase the 90 properties in the area and to begin what was then the biggest improvement project in Sweden. In 1967, construction began and in 1972 the majority of the area was complete.

The shopping centre was initially called Östra Nordstan, but over time the name has been shortened to simply Nordstan. Several of the original street names have been retained.

Nordstadstorget was created and Norra Larmgatan and Lilla Klädpressaregatan were removed when the shopping centre was built. Lilla Klädpressaregatan returned in 1986 when the bottom level of the car park was converted into business space.