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Getting around

Lund was founded in the 990 and has been well-visited ever since. Based on the southwest ridge of Romeleåsen, Lund is today Sweden’s 11th biggest city. 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 has also a well developed public transport network making it easy to get around. The most popular way to explore the city is by bike, so why not do like the people of Lund and discover the city on two wheels? Read more below on how to get around.


Arrive by train to Lund.

Go by train

Lund Central Station is located in the middle of town, which makes the train the best option for traveling to Lund.

Where to turn on your travel to or from Lund? Read more about the different train operators and where to buy tickets.

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Come bike with us

Jump on a bike like the people of Lund do and experience the real Swedish lifestyle. You can rent bikes and drop them off at various points around the city. Let's go for a spin!

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Go by bus

Travelling locally or regionally? Discover Lund and the area around using Skånetrafiken, Skåne’s public transport operator.

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Go by car & taxi

Searching for car rental companies in Lund or in a need for taxi?

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Travel by tram

The tramway between Lund Central Station and ESS (European Spallation Source) is a contribution to the public transport of the future, in one of the busiest commuter routes in Lund, also called The Science Road.

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