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Västerås

Travel to Västerås by bus

Nettbuss Bus4You operates daily up to 40 times a day between Västerås and Arlanda airport. From Västerås you can also travel to Karlstad, Kristinehamn, Karlskoga, Örebro, Ludvika, Smedjebacken, Söderbärke, Fagersta and Stockholm. You travel with great comfort and directly to Arlanda airport. During some days per week you can travel from Västerås to Oslo. 

Nettbuss Bus4You is offering:
- large comfortable seats
- spacious seats for stretching your legs
- free wifi
- power sockets
- Opportunity of sitting alone or together with your favorite company
- 98% punctuality

Nettbuss Bus4You has the highest customer satisfaction ratings in Sweden according to surveys made by Svenskt Kvalitetsindex, SKI. Eight years in a row Nettbuss Bus4You has received the highest score within the private transport business which includes train companies, flight companies and bus companies. All travels which are operated by Nettbuss Bus4You are approved as environmentally friendly which is shown by the symbol Bra Miljöval of Naturskyddsföreningen. Nettbuss as a company is certified within the transport business align with ISO 39001:2012. Tickets with the lowest prices are always to be found online through nettbuss.se but you are also welcome to buy your ticket through any of our resellers or through calling us at +46771-151515.

 

Västerås

Västerås is the fifth biggest city in Sweden located at the north beach of Mälaren, around 10 miles from Stockholm, north west direction. Two of the biggest companies in Europe within the industry of electricity and power transmission, Asea and Svenska Metallverken, were founded in Västerås around year 1900. These companies were involved in the electrification of Sweden. Worth visiting is Skultuna Messingsbruk, founded 400 years ago, where there is a museum and a boutique. 

Every year the world’s largest car meet-up is arranged, Power Big Meet. Other places worth to visit is Vallby Friluftsmuseum, Västerås Historiska Skeppsmuseum and Västerås Slott to mention a few. If you visit Västerås with your family you should not miss to visit the action water park, Kokpunkten Actionbad, or the zoo, Kungsbyn Djurpark. 

Västerås is known for its business area and history of business foundations. Both ICA and H&M were founded there. The man who created the logotype of H&M after the creation of he Harrods logotyp is Erling Persson, who has a place named after himself in Västerås. H&M has today 4000 stores in 62 countries. ICA was founded by Hakon Swenson in 1917. You are able to visit a museum, Vallby Fritidsmuseum, to take part of the one hundred year old history of ICA. Would you like to know more about what is happening In Västerås, please clock here to visit the official webpage. 

Source reference: visitvasteras.se