Among cobblestones and half-timbered houses, the medieval city center blends in with modern buildings and innovation environments.
Here you'll find the cozy shopping streets, the food street and all the museums. But Lund is also scenic expanses and a day hike can easily be combined with city life. In short, there is a lot to explore in Lund. What not to miss? Check out our guides to find the ideas!
So where to go first and what should you not miss? Here are a few ideas!
We want to make it easy for you to find climate-smart and sustainable alternatives in Lund. As a visitor your choices, large and small, are an important part of creating a sustainable city. They have an affect locally, regionally and globally, and not least for future generations. Let’s all contribute to a more sustainable Lund.
Welcome to a new playful exhibition, this time inspired by Astrid Lindgren's books about Pippi Longstocking! Play in Pippi's kitchen and bedroom, take the slide out into the garden, where you can swing and greet Pippi's horse Lilla Gubben. You can also visit the candy store, and look for pirate ships.
This is a quiz walk, where you get to visit six different locations in the centre of Lund. At these locations you will receive questions to be answered at that specific location. Sign in as a team or compete on your own.
The Lund Carnival will take place during the weekend of 20-22 May 2022. During these days, Lundagård is transformed into a large carnival area and the carnival train goes through the streets of Lund.