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Coming to Lund is easy, either by train, bus or car. Even if you choose to arrive by plane, Lund is easily accessible with two airports within 40 minutes - Malmö Airport and Copenhagen Airport.
Lund Central Station is located in the middle of town, which makes the train the best option for traveling to Lund.
Travel to and from Copenhagen and Copenhagen Airport is with Skånetrafiken, who also operates the local and regional trains and buses. Their tickets can easily be purchased at the ticket machines at Lund C or at Skånetrafiken’s customer service centre, at Copenhagen Airport and Copenhagen main station. You pay by credit card.
Long-distance tickets are sold by SJ and Snälltåget on their websites. SJ tickets are also sold at Pressbyrån and 7-eleven, as well as Skånetrafiken customer service center.
Keep in mind that you need to buy your ticket before boarding the train!
Discover Lund using Skånetrafiken, Skåne’s public transport operator.
Use Skånetrafiken's online travel planner to plan your trip: enter where you are and where and when you want to go and the planner will provide you with the perfect route. You can also download the travel planner as an app to your smartphone.
The green city buses will easily take you around the city and all bus lines depart from Botulfsplatsen. On the city buses you can pay with mobile payment through Skånetrafiken’s app or by credit card, no cash. At Skånetrafiken’s customer service centre and in the ticket machines at Lund Central station you can purchase a pre-sale ticket which can be used at any time.
The yellow region buses take you to the towns and countryside of Lund and Skåne. The regional buses usually depart from Lund Central Station or Bankgatan. On the regional buses you can pay with credit card, mobile payment through Skånetrafiken’s app or a pre-sale ticket.
It is easy to catch a bus to Lund from many of the largest cities in the Nordic region. Some operators with routes to Lund are Netbus/Bus4You and Flixbus. Most operators stop at Lund Central Station.
Lund can easily be accessed by car via the main roads E22, 16 and 108. The city centre is sign-posted from all main roads to Lund. The north and south circular roads also make it easy to get from north to south and west to east. Need a car or taxi when you are here? Find car rental companies and taxi operators below.
Once in Lund, it is clearly noticeable that the city is one of the oldest in Sweden, with a still intact medieval street network. Most of Lund’s charming city centre is within walking distance, and walking is definitely the best way to experience it.
Parking is generally paid with a smartphone. For drivers who do not own a smartphone, there’s usually the option to check in and out through a text message service, or to pay by card.