Train or bus, Lund
Naturbussen is an excellent way to see the great Lund countryside between late April to early June and mid August to September. Look out for the yellow "H" on a green background to find the stops. See the website below for details.
It is very easy to around Lund via bus. They run like clockwork and run about every 15-20 minutes! These buses are handicap, baby-stroller, and pet-friendly!
Easy on and off for senior citizens - the buses drop down to curb level.
It is best if you will be here for awhile to buy a bus pass - it will cost you less per ride in this manner. Get a receeipt if you expect to be back on the bus within the hour - you will not have to pay for your return trip!
Hope this helps a little!
The City of Lund is responsible for providing, regulating and coordinating local public transport, including the city bus service and assisted transportation for the elderly and disabled. These services are operated by private companies under contract to the City. The city buses are easily identified by their green colour.Regional public transport is provided by Skanetrafiken, which operates both buses and trains. Skanetrafiken's buses are yellow and the ever-popular Pagatagen - Skanetrafiken's commuter trains - are purple.
As I said before - biking is the best and nicest way to get around in Lund. However - if you the weather is rainy, gray or cold (Very unusual here, hahm..) you might want to take the bus! They go everywhere, but are really ugly.
Personally I get sort of an icky feeling after I have taken the bus, but I'm weak and sensitive so don't worry.
The busdrivers are really nice!
If you want to go anywhere in Lund you might want to talk the bus, that is what many locals do. You have to pay 12 kronor (€1.30) for a single trip.
But if you want to discover Lund on your own, bike is the best way.
It couldn't be easier to find Lund as it is along the main train lines Stockholm to Malmö/Copenhagen and Oslo/Göteborg to Malmö/Copenhagen. There are also coach lines such as Swebus to Lund and as it is only 15 minutes from Malmö, there are plenty of local commuter trains and several commuter trains to Copenhagen every hour.
Lund is best reached from Malmö or Copenhagen by train, there are at least 4 trains per hour to Malmö, in teh average every 20 minutes a train from Malmö over Europes longest bridge crossing the Öresund to Copenhagen, passing the Copenhagen airport on the way. From London Stansted the airport Malmö Sturup is served twice a day by Ryanair.
A good bus network cares for your local transport but cycling is the most popular urban transport of the locals.
The city is easily reached by a 45 minute direct train ride from Copenhagen airport.