Malmö Transportation

  • Oskar on a Malmo Bus
    Oskar on a Malmo Bus
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  • Malmo Station
    Malmo Station
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  • Malmo Station, New Underground Line
    Malmo Station, New Underground Line
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  • 1. Trains

    This is a very easy journey indeed. There are frequent trains from Copenhagen's central station which serve Malmo and it's a quick trip, taking just 34 minutes. The train goes over the magnificent...

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  • 2. Local buses

    It is easy getting around Malmö as buses run to most parts of the city and they are fairly frequent. Ten minutes in between buses during rush hour and 15-20 minutes at weekends. If you look for a...

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  • 3. Öresund Bridge

    Taking about 35 minutes, and running at up to three times an hour, the new Oresund train makes a day trip to Sweden from Copenhagen a very simple proposition. Ticket information can be a little hard...

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  • 4. Ferry

    There are two companies offering frequent trips from Malmö's Inner Harbor to Copenhagen. Pilen and Scandlines Flygbatarna each have docking areas just west of the Main Square near the train station....

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  • 5. Bike around

    I was highly impressed with the changes that have been made to induce people into using bicycles in this city. The geography certainly helps with few hills to be seen but several city centre streets...

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  • 6. Walking

    Malmo's city centre is quite compact and most of the main places of interest are within easy walking distance. The city really is a pleasure to wander and finding your way around is simplicity itself....

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  • 7. Airplane

    Malmo does have its own tiny international airport, but it barely needs to exist. It serves only as a terminal for budget airlines avoiding the more convenient Kastrup airport 20 minutes across the...

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  • 8. Car journey

    FRANÇAIS:PÉAGE: Les autoroutes sont gratuites en Suède, les passages des ponts aussi, sauf pour le Pont de Storebælt (Pont du Grand Belt) qui relie les deux îles principales (Seeland et Fionie) et le...

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  • 9. Train Station – Malmö Central Station

    The central station in Malmö is Sweden’s third largest station and was first opened in 1856 but within ten years had been destroyed by fire. The building was...

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  • 10. Malmö Card

    The Malmö card is your best option if you want to make the most of your visit to Malmö. The card entitles you to free rides on local buses, free parking and...

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  • 11. You can reach Malmo easy by...

    You can reach Malmo easy by car from south Europe via the Oresunds-brigde (will open summer 2000) or by ferry from Denmark,Poland or Germany.Or you can fly...

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  • 12. You can fly either directly to...

    You can fly either directly to the Scanian airport of Sturup, which now has international flights from certain european destinations, or you can fly to...

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