Getting to Falkenberg
The Öresund trains stop at Falkenberg Railway Station on their north-south route. The train journey takes approximately 1 hour from Gothenburg and 2 hours from Malmö. Bus 10 goes between the railway station to the city centre. They depart roughly 10 minutes before the train departs from the main bus station on Holgersgatan. It is free to ride the bus if you have a train ticket. The same applies when travelling from the railway station to the city centre.
The main bus station in Falkenberg (Falkenbergs Bussterminal) is located in the city centre, on Holgersgatan. A number of buses depart from here with routes going through the city as well as rural areas. At the terminal, Hallandstrafiken has an office where you can buy bus and train tickets.
Arriving by car
The European route E6 passes by Falkenberg, and there are multiple exits you can choose from. If you are coming from the direction of Ullared, simply follow road 154 to get to Falkenberg city centre.
Parking fees are SEK 10/hour in designated areas on weekdays from 9:00 - 18:00. You can continue using the same ticket even if you move the car to another parking space and there is still time left on the ticket.
You can also pay your parking fee with the following apps:
In Falkenberg, you can call a taxi/cab through:
Arriving by your own boat
If you plan to travel to Falkenberg by boat, you can choose between three guest harbours. The one closest to the city centre is Falkenbergs Gästhamn. From there, it is only a short walk to the city centre, Skrea Beach and Vallarna. Just outside of town is the charming Lövsavikens Gästhamn, which is enclosed by red boathouses. The guest harbour is within walking distance of the pier and Stafsinge beach. 10 km north of Falkenberg lies the picturesque old fishing village of Glommen, which naturally has its own guest harbour, Glommen Gästhamn.