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Travel by air
There are two airports serving Lund. Most international flights land at Copenhagen Kastrup (CPH) in Denmark. For information on economy flights to Copenhagen, see www.cph.dk
From CPH take a train from the airport to Lund via Malmo Central. (Do not get off at the first stop Malmo Syd.) Trains run every 20 minutes from the station beneath the airport. Buy a ticket at the office straight ahead when you come out of international baggage claims. The trip takes about an hour and costs SEK 130. You can pay in USD or Euro. Not all the trains continue beyond Malmo Central to Lund, and you might have to change trains: either to the back half of the train that will separate and continue, or to a commuter train in the adjoining station. Your ticket is valid on either train.
Only flights from Stockholm land at Malmö Sturup (MMX). There is an airport bus to Lund. Cost SEK 90. Check with Airport Information if there is no bus waiting when you arrive. The bus ends at Lund Central (train station) and passes on the way there “Ideon Ole Röhmers väg”.
Be careful if you take a taxi – fares are not regulated, and this is one of the few areas where people can be cheated. Agree on a price first, at most SEK 400 from Sturup.
Travel by train
There are international trains to Copenhagen and Malmo. You might need a separate ticket to continue from Copenhagen or Malmo Central to Lund. Note that the national and local commuter trains have separate stations at Malmo Central.
Swedish Railways www.sj.se
Danish Railways www.dsb.dk – Look at DSB Orange Udland
German Railways www.bahn.de
Travel by road
Buses from continental Europe come to Malmo, about 4 blocks west of the Central Train Station. Walk to the station and take the train to Lund.
From E22 on the east of the city, take the Lund North exit and drive west to the first roundabout, drive south (3rd exit) a short way to the next roundabout, then take the 2nd exit (southeast) on Scheelevägen. Turn right at the stop lights on Sölvegatan. On the left is a prominent grey building with “IKDC”, and just after it you find the "A" Building.
From the E6 or E20 from the northwest or west of Lund, exit towards Lund and follow the signs to Kalmar/E22, taking Norra Ringen (North Ring Road) to the roundabout, turn right (south) a short way to the next roundabout, then the 2nd exit (southeast) on Scheelevägen. Turn right at the stop lights on Sölvegatan.
You might need a visa to enter Sweden. If you are uncertain, check the list on this site:
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Last updated: 2011-08-31