Best Western Hotel Noble House

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Gustav Adolfs Torg 47, (formerly Hotel Noble House), Malmo 21139, Sweden
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Malmö - Kobenhavn Kastrup Airport

by pel


Could anyone tell me how much does it cost to go by train from Malmö C to Kastrup Airport? I can't seem to find any website that can't tell me the fare price... I'm fine with timetables but get nothing on fares...

Thanks in advance,

Re: Malmö - Kobenhavn Kastrup Airport

by mccalpin

It's easy to find out - if you enter the airport's name exactly right (not easy) ;-)

Got to (the Swedish national railways website)
Enter "Malmö C" for the start and "Köbenhavns Lufthavn/Kastrup" for the destination.
Pick a reasonable date and time (not too far in the future - we tend to suggest the same day of the week next week that you would intend to go).
You should get prices of 99 SEK for 2nd class and 128 SEK for 1st class (this is for tomorrow morning).

Note the warning that this is a non-refundable fare, so play around with the website and see what else you get.

Does that work for you?


Re: Malmö - Kobenhavn Kastrup Airport

by cachaseiro

i would not buy that ticket in advance as there are no advance savings to be made on that stretch from what i know.
the trains run very frequent and just get a ticket by the ticket window before you enter the train.

Re: Malmö - Kobenhavn Kastrup Airport

by mccalpin

It's interesting that the website would throw up a warning box about this being a non-refundable fare when the regular fare would be the same...seems like a web design flaw ;-)


Re: Malmö - Kobenhavn Kastrup Airport

by pel

Thanks! Now it works!

The problem should be that I was entering the airport without the ö over the o...

Thanks for your help,

Travel Tips for Malmö


by erik0240

Bo-01 is located in the harbour of Malmö, about 15 minutes walk from the Malmö centralstation (or take bus number 3 towards "Västra Hamnen").

Bo-01 is an exhibition AND a neighbourhood/cityarea of different architecturetypes in Malmö. Several architects & designers got to design houses and its surroundings which went by the name of Bo-01 (Translated "Live-01"). This has resulted in alot of houses & appartments with totally different looks & designs. Most of it was built in 2001, but yet today they are building new houses all the time (with the famous high Turning Torso-tower beeing the latest one).
Today it´s a very popular area of the town which many people enjoy strawling through and especially swim & sunbath in.

If you become such a big fan of the Bo-01 area that you decide to live there; be prepared to pay rents somewhere around 800-2000 Euros depending on the appartment-size. Although Bo-01 IS a very expensive & rather luxurios area - it really really is a very relaxed, calm & nice area to just hang out at. Plus you can see Copenhagen & the bridge to Copenhagen from this area!

The most spectacular event...

by Kajsa

The most spectacular event Malmoe has to offer is Malmoe festival in the middle of August every year, Its all about different cultures getting together. There are many different consert in the middle of town every night all week long, one can eat food from all over the world and one of the big events is the dragoonboatrace wich is one of the worlds largest of its kind. It's a week filled with suprises for people of all ages. Here you can also try what the swedes call 'kräftskiva' thousand of people gather to eat crabfish. If I'm abroad in the festivalseason that's what I miss! I also think it's been a bad summer if I haven't got at least one night at some pub on 'Lilla Torg'

Malmö Tip

by A.R

It is not hard to understand why Malmö is often called 'a city of parks'. Kungsparken, Slottsparken, Pildammsparken and Beijers Park are situated right in the middle of the city, like green oases. Take the opportunity to visit them while here. Enjoy a bit of theatre, some music or - in the summer - a music festival.


by diocletianvs

Ankarparken (or The Canal Park, as it is also referred) is the urban park designed by danish landscape architect Stig L. Andersson west of the Bo01 Expo area. It is conceived around the canal that has saltwater from the sea and is continually circulated. The paths in the park are made of asphalt and wood, laid in order to form a pattern that seldom takes you on the shortest, but probably the most exciting route. The paths are raised as they pass by the marshy and wet areas, to keep your feet dry.
The park has lots of different interacting biotopes, each constituting a miniature eco-system of its own, and these include an alder marsh, an oak grove and a beech grove. In addition to the various biotopes, the plant life consists mainly of grass: high, lush grass, low hills and traditional lawns. The park's biotope theme is part of Malmö's project for using the city's parks as outdoor classrooms for educational purposes.

See more pictures in my travelogue.

Money: Swedish Crown


Although Sweden is a member of the the European Union (EU) since 1995, they don't have the Euro as currency. Sweden's currency is the Swedish Crown. 1 Swedish Crown is worth 100 Öre.
You can get your money with your credit or debit card from cash points or just by exchanging your local money at one of the Exchange Centers. These can be found at many locations all around the town, e.g. at the Railway Station and in the main shopping area.


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