See Malmö and Lund on this all day tour to the core of Southern Sweden. Experience the twin towns that are each other's contrasts and compliments with your own guide ... More info ›
See Malmö and Lund on this all day tour to the core of Southern Sweden. Experience the twin towns that are each other's contrasts and compliments with your own guide. Lund's great past once made it more Danish than Copenhagen and is today the town of wisdom, while Malmö lives in the present and is the cultural hub of the area.
The urban core of the southern parts of Swedish is Lund and Malmö, so close to Denmark that they are considered part of Greater Copenhagen. These two towns could not be more different from each other. Lund is old, small and cozy, with its prestigious university and old Danish cathedral. Malmö is bigger and always changing, as if its memory was but a few years, with modern architecture and an international and hip culture. Together they form the ideal trip, introducing both the province of Scania (Skåne) and Sweden.
The guide will pick you up at your location in central Copenhagen to take you to Sweden. Cross the magnificent Øresund Bridge connecting the two countries, and take in the breathtaking view. Arriving in Lund, you get to experience the quint atmosphere in this pretty town, with its narrow streets, old university and imposing cathedral.
For lunch the tour continues to Malmö, which has a rich selection of popular restaurants. After lunch you can discover the story of Malmö, a place that is the constant underdog. The tour covers a church that could qualify into the Monty Pythons, how you can get rich by bad book-keeping and what the Koreans mean by “The tears of Malmö”. We end the tour among the skyscraper in “Malm-hattan” and an excellent view towards Denmark, before you go back to Copenhagen.
Your return trip can be made by our minibus or by direct service train to Copenhagen. Taking the train allows you to stay in Malmö independently for as long as you wish since the ticket, provided by the guide, is valid all day. Due to afternoon rush hour in Denmark the train is more comfortable and quicker (35 min) than the minibus (often 1 hour or more). Train is normally recommended. You can choose whether or not to take the train on the day of the tour.