Famed as the largest hemispherical building on Earth, Ericsson Globe is an immense indoor arena in the south of Stockholm. It’s primarily used as an ice hockey venue for the Swedish national team while also hosting regular concerts and other sporting events.
Coincide your visit with an ice hockey game to see the best Swedish players in action or check which big-name musical artists are currently touring. Want to get a bird’s-eye view of Stockholm? Jump aboard one of the two SkyView gondolas that travel to the top of the Ericsson Globe and offer sweeping panoramas along the way.
If you’re feeling hungry, grab a bite to eat before or after the game at the French-inspired Grand Escalier restaurant or dine on burgers and beer at The Pub. The Ericsson Globe is also home to an exclusive champagne bar, Taittinger, and the Legends Bar where you can socialise beneath pictures of famous rock stars.
The Ericsson Globe is around 20 minutes by tram from the south of Stockholm, with the Globen tram stop located opposite its entrance. Stockholm Arlanda Airport is a 40-minute drive away.