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The Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology | Lund University

How to get there

By airplane:

The easiest way to reach Lund is via the Copenhagen International Airport, Kastrup (CPH). Regular trains leave for Malmö and Lund every twenty minutes. The trip to Lund takes approximately 34 minutes. Tickets can be purchased at the airport (one way ticket for Lund costs ca. €15). Notice that not all trains continue from Malmö to Lund, in which case you will have to change trains at Malmö central station. Be careful to buy tickets for the entire journey to Lund before you enter the train (since January 1st 2012, tickets can no longer be bought on board the train).

There are ticket machines that accept payment by Discount Card and Swedish debit and credit cards at Kastrup and at Hovedbanegården by the main entrance, the exit to Tivoli and on the corner of Bernstorffsgade-Tietgensgade.

At DSB ticket machines at Hovedbanegården and Kastrup, and at major stations, you can pay with international debit and credit cards. Other dSB machines take Danish coins.

For more information, e. g. an online travel planner, visit the website www.oresundstag.se/en/Start/

By train:

From Copenhagen/Malmö: Regular trains leave for Malmö and Lund every twenty minutes. From Copenhagen central station, the trip to Lund takes approximately one hour (quarter of an hour from Malmö). One way ticket for Lund costs ca. €15 (from Malmö ca. €5). Notice that not all trains continue from Malmö to Lund, in which case you will have to change trains at Malmö central station. Be careful to buy tickets for the entire journey to Lund before you enter the train (since January 1st 2012, tickets can no longer be bought on board the train).

There are ticket machines that accept payment by Discount Card and Swedish debit and credit cards at Kastrup and at Hovedbanegården by the main entrance, the exit to Tivoli and on the corner of Bernstorffsgade-Tietgensgade.

At DSB ticket machines at Hovedbanegården and Kastrup, and at major stations, you can pay with international debit and credit cards. Other dSB machines take Danish coins.

For more information, e. g. an online travel planner, visit the website www.oresundstag.se/en/Start/

From Stockholm: High-speed trains leave for Malmö/Copenhagen at the current timetable fourteen times a day. The trip from Stockholm takes approximately four hours. Tickets can be bought via the operator website www.sj.se. It is also possible to travel by night train, see www.sj.se for tickets and more information.

From Gothenburg: High-speed trains and fairly fast regional trains leave for Malmö/Copenhagen several times a day. The trip takes approximately two and a half hour.

By car:

From the South, follow E22 from Malmö. From the North, follow E20/E6 (from Gothenburg or Stockholm) or E22 (from Kalmar).