How to Get to Lund and SOL
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How to get to Lund
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 45 minutes. Tickets can be purchased at the airport (one way ticket for Lund costs ca. €18). There is a machine marked "Skånetrafiken" at Kastrup airport, which has to be used to buy the ticket. 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 (tickets cannot be brought on the train, but if you travel without a ticket, you will have to pay a high penality).
Also make sure to have your ID /Passport ready to present before you enter the train since there are currently border controls between Denmark and Sweden.
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. €18 (from Malmö ca. €12). There is a machine marked "Skånetrafiken" at at the Copenhagen central station, which has to be used to buy the ticket.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 (tickets bought on board the trains cost more).
From Stockholm: High-speed trains leave for Malmö/Copenhagen thirteen times a day. The trip from Stockholm takes approximately four hours. Tickets can be bought via the operator website www.sj.se (New window). It is also possible to travel by night train, see www.sj.se (New window) for tickets and more information.
From Gothenburg: High-speed trains leave for Malmö/Copenhagen three times a day. The trip takes approximately three and a half hour.
From the South, follow E22 from Malmö. From the North, follow E20/E6 (from Gothenburg or Stockholm) or E22 (from Kalmar). Travel instructions can be easily retrieved via Google Maps (New window).
Wikitravel provides basic tourist information about Lund. Go to:
More tourist information:
Getting to the University
The street address for the Centre for Languages and Literature (SOL-centrum) is: Helgonabacken 12, 223 62 Lund.
SOL buildings: www.sol.lu.se/fileadmin/user_upload/sol/orienteringsbild.pdf
Map of Lund with Centre for Languages and Linguistics marked.
How to get to SOL from the train station or Hotel Concordia
Follow the black line!
How to get to Hotel Concordia from the train station
In a car, follow the blue line.
You can walk along the black line