Getting to Malmö
Malmö has excellent connections to and from the continent. With two international airports, the Öresund Link - a bridge between Denmark and Sweden, harbours and a well developed highway system Malmö is easy to reach.
Reaching Malmö by Train
Malmö has extensive train-traffic, and is easily reachable. Copenhagen can also be used as an arrival point. Direct trains are available from most major locations in southern Sweden, and from Denmark and Germany. Öresundtåg (The Öresund-trains) is a joint train service system for the Öresund region, i.e. southern Sweden and Denmark, that travels over the Öresund Bridge. It operates on the following routes:
- Copenhagen – Malmö – Helsingborg – Halmstad – Gothenburg
- Copenhagen – Malmö – Hässleholm – Kristianstad – Karlskrona
- Copenhagen – Malmö – Växjö – Kalmar
Trains go every 20 minutes and the journey takes about 35 minutes from Copenhagen city center to Malmö Central station, or 20 minutes from Copenhagen Kastrup Airport. On their way, the trains stop at Hyllie station (where MalmöMassan the Conference Venue is situated) and Triangeln station.
Reaching Malmö by plane
Two major passenger airports can be used to reach Malmö:
Malmö Sturup Airport
Malmö Airport (MMX) is located 30 km south-east of Malmö, and operates to/from over 30 national and international destinations flown by airlines such as SAS, Malmö Aviation, Wizz Air, Norwegian and Cham Wings.
Upon arriving at Malmö's Sturup airport you can take the Flygbussarna company to Malmö Central Station, which takes 40 minutes and costs 99 SEK one-way and 179 SEK return. Visit www.flygbussarna.se for timetables and prices.
Copenhagen Kastrup airport
Malmö can be conveniently reached from Copenhagen Kastrup Airport in Denmark.
Kastrup is the main airport in northern Europe and is served by more than 60 carriers, operating services to and from 125 cities world-wide.
Upon arrival at Copenhagen's Airport Kastrup you can take the train directly to Malmö, from Terminal 3, where baggage claim and customs are located. See details, above, on how to Reach Malmö by train.
Reaching Malmö by car
The Öresund Bridge crosses the Öresund strait and provides an efficient connection between Malmö and Copenhagen. The bridge is one of the biggest constructions in Europe: it consists of an 8 kilometres (5 miles) long bridge, a 4 kilometres artificially made island (called Pepparholmen) and a 4 kilometres long tunnel. The price for crossing the bridge by car is currently SEK 290.
Reaching Malmö by bus
Direct buses are available from Stockholm, Gothenburg, Jönköping, and other cities, mainly in Southern Sweden.
Reaching Malmö by boat
Ferry passengers coming from Germany will land in Trelleborg and take a bus to Malmö. Ferry passengers coming from Poland will land in Ystad and take a train directly to Malmö. A plethora of ferries connects Copenhagen with Europe and Scandinavia. See www.skanetrafiken.se for more information.
You can come to Malmö with your own yacht or motorboat. The harbours are situated close to the city centre and have excellent facilities in the neighbourhood.