How to get to Lund

Lund is located at the southern tip of Sweden in the region Skåne. It is easily reached from European continent by train or plane.

By plane:

Malmö Airport (Sturup, approximately 25 km south of Lund): Frequent connections from Stockholm and some regular international flights, eg from London Standsted airport. There is a shuttle bus service from the airport to central Lund, usually in connection with planes from Stockholm. It is also possible to take a taxi from Sturup to Lund but be sure to check the cost of the fare before you get in the taxi.

Copenhagen Airport (Kastrup, Denmark, approximately 35 minutes by train to Lund): Most people travelling to Lund will come this way and continue to Lund via Malmö City. There is a bridge linking Sweden and Denmark, which operates a direct train service to Lund via Malmö. At some departures you may have to change trains in Malmö or move to a different part of the train. The trains typically run every 20-60 minutes, less frequently evenings and weekends. Tickets can only be bought in special vending machines available both at Kastrup and at the Lund train station.

From airport Sturup to Lund there is an airport bus.
From airport Kastrup (Copenhagen) it is easiest to take the train to Lund. Both can be checked at www.skånetrafiken.se

By train:

You can take a train to Copenhagen and then from there change into a train from Skanetråfiken. Else there are long distance trains from either Stockholm or Göteborg, which can be booked under sj.se

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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