Limos4 offers unmatched Gothenburg cruise port transfer service to and from all the terminals and quays at the most reasonable prices.
The Port of Gothenburg is Scandinavia’s biggest port and can receive cruise ships of all sizes as it has a perfect location on the west coast of Sweden and is always free of ice. The port has two terminals, the Arendal and America cruise terminals and two cruise quays at Skandiahamnen.
Our impressive fleet of business and first-class sedans, stretch limousines, vans, SUVs, and large-capacity vehicles is at your disposal and you are most welcome to book a transfer from Gothenborg Landvetter Airport to cruise port terminals or, if disembarking at Gothenburg cruise port, request a transfer from Port of Gothenborg to airport.
In the process of booking with us, the name of your cruise ship is required so that we can keep track of it and be there to promptly meet and greet you the moment you disembark. Your highly trained and friendly English-speaking driver will handle your luggage and whisk you away in a comfortable vehicle previously arranged. Relax all the way to your end destination, enjoying various complimentary refreshments.
In addition, our Gothenburg limousine tour consultants would be happy to help you organize a pre- or post-cruise sightseeing tour of the enchanting Swedish city.
We are here to make your Gothenburg cruise port transportation experience more enjoyable by providing you and your traveling group with unrivaled chauffeured vehicle service!
“We hired Limos4 to meet us at the cruise pier and transport us to a downtown hotel. Cab lines at the pier are extremely long, and we were grateful to see our driver waiting for us when we left the ship. Finn speaks perfect English and pointed out the sights on our way to the hotel. We recommend this service highly!”
“Limos4 was the best choice I could have made. I didn’t miss one meeting, I arrived punctually at all my appointments, I didn’t catch a cold, I didn’t get stressed and I could admire the beautiful and elegant city. In fact, it was a “five star” experience.”