If you wish to experience rere and alpine skiing at their best, you will want to make sure not to miss the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2019 in Åre. It will be an experience of a lifetime, so be sure to book your accommodation as soon as possible along with your entrance tickets and transportation. Find out more about how to book accommodation and how to travel to and from Åre for Åre 2019 below.

Accommodation

Information for visitors

There are several ways to find accommodation in and around Åre during the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships. A large number of hotels, apartments and hostels are located in close proximity to the arena and in the village.

Starting 23 May, accommodation is available for booking for the Championships' period in the areas of Björnen, Tegefjäll and Duved and even more options will become available in due course.

Björnen, Tegefjäll and Duved are family-friendly communities located near the center of Åre. Duved, just ten kilometers west of the town of Åre, has its separate ski area with ten lifts and 19 slopes. Tegefjäll is also situated west of Åre, approximately five kilometers from the Åre town square, with direct access to the slopes at Duved, which are connected with Tegefjäll. Björnen is located eight kilometers East of Åre and is directly connected with the main Åre lift system. All ski areas are served by ski busses and the same ski pass is valid everywhere. Accommodation is available to book Saturday - Saturday, Sunday - Sunday, Thursday - Sunday and Sunday - Thursday both weeks. Go to the link below to book your accommodation via our main sponsor SkiStar:

To find more information about accommodation in Åre, visit the websites below, or find private leasing via Blocket (available in Swedish only) or Air BnB:

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Are you the owner of a house or apartment in or close to Åre and wish to rent it out during the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in 2019? Please go to Information for House Owners in our main menu. 

Transportation

By Train

Taking the train to Åre is a comfortable and sustainable way of traveling. Several companies operate to Åre from Sundsvall, Östersund or Trondheim. You can book your trip via the Swedish State train company SJ.

By Air

Åre/Östersund Airport
Åre/Östersund Airport is the airport closest to Åre. The airport is located 11 kilometers from Östersund City center and 86 kilometers from Åre. Go to the Swedavia website to find more information on non-stop destinations, departures, arrivals and more. The Swedavia website also provides you with several options for connecting to and from Åre.

Trondheim Airport/Vaernes (Norway)
Trondheim Airport or Vaernes is located 135 kilometers from Åre. Estimated driving time by car is approximately 2 hours. Go to the Avinor website where you can find more information on luggage, departures, non-stop destinations and more.

Travel from Norway

Our Norwegian partner G-travel offer tickets that include transportation from Trondheim, Stjørdal and possibly also Verdal, with return travel on the same day. Departure times might vary and more information will be available on G-travel's website shortly. The tickets will be delivered via email at the beginning of December 2018. Find out more about the tickets and submit your request by clicking this link (available in Norwegian only).

By Bus

For regular traffic options, go to ltr.se to book your trip.
More information on booking your bus travel will be available shortly.

By Car

Highway E14 runs through Åre and takes you via Östersund to your destination. The E14 begins in Trondheim and ends in Sundsvall.

The closest way to get from Stockholm to Åre is via E4, via Bollnäs (route 84 and 296), to E45 and after that E14. The fastest connection from Stockholm is via E4 to Sundsvall and connect from there to E14.

Highway E45 runs all the way from Gela, Sicily, to Karesuando in the north of Sweden. It passes in the inland of Sweden to Östersund via Mora and connects to E14 in Östersund or via Svenstavik to road 321 that later connects to E14. The E45 is used by a lot of heavy traffic and, while it’s a more scenic route than E14, it might not be the fastest option.

Please note that parking space is limited during the event and that parking in the central village will be hard to come by unless parking is included in your accommodation.