~ Welcome ~
Lund is a charming city that combines ancient with modern. It is said that you can spend your whole life here without finding all the quiet little corners and beautiful buildings. Enjoy the museums, buzzing market squares, shops, department stores, cafés and restaurants that are just a stone’s throw away.
In the surroundings of Lund there are delightful hiking trails, castles and other interesting sights that you should not miss - Welcome!
What's on: Kulturnatten
"Night of Culture" - 21st of September
Locals, amateurs and professionals invite to this cultural smorgasbord. Welcome to enjoy 400 activities varying from theatre, art and live music, to yoga, science and guided tours.Read more
What's on: Harvest festival
Last weekend in September.
Join the harvest festival in Lund City park! Shop fresh and green products, organic and locally produced, share experiences with other growers and try traditional handcraft. Do you have your own apples? Come and make "Swedish äppelmust". If you are hungry there are several food choices, including "fika" and organic, delicious and homemade food. Free admission!Read more
One of the 10 most charming towns
Lund is a favourite destination amongst a 100 travelwriters!
Travelmag wants you to discover off-the grid destinations from around the globe. They asked 100 travelwriters to rank Swedens most charming small towns and Lund is one of their favourites. Come here you too - see it, do it. Love it!Go to the article
There’s lots going on in Lund. Every month dishes up a host of festivals, fairs, sporting events and comedy. Check out what’s happening and plan ahead for your visit.Go to the event calendar
It is a must!
So where to go first? When there’s so much to see but so little time to see it, what should you NOT miss? Here are a few ideas.Go to the top 10 guides
Share your Lund moments
Share your beautiful Lund moments using #visitlund. Want some ideas where to go with your camera?Read more
No smoking in public spaces
New law, 1st of July 2019
Starting 1st of July, smoking will be banned in many public places in Sweden, including outdoor seating areas at bars and restaurants as well as public playgrounds, bus shelters and train platforms, sports arenas and entrances to civic buildings.Read more
Stories of Lund
Read about some of the great stories of Lund - the idyllic general store with a modern twist, the many world-renowned people who have been attracted to visit, how Lund Cathedral takes part in the city development and many more.Go to the stories