ln -s here/here/here/here/here/here there
Read the man page on ln for more info.
Notice I used a relative path (as you did). But you might want an absolute path depending on where the link is and how it is used.
Various mount operations (as Thor_2.0 suggested) might be better alternatives in some situations. But I don't see any hint in your original post that a mount would be better than a symbolic link.
For things you need to type in a lot, using an environment variable, and alias or a script is usually better than a symbolic link or mount:
That first line should be in some login or bash startup script so you edit it into there once then don't need to type it again.
The word export in that first line may not be necessary, depending on how you use "there".