Baltic Valuation
May 9-11 2019, Malmö

How to get here

Malmö is Sweden’s third largest city and is located in the very south of the country. It boasts its own airport, but for international travellers it is best served by Copenhagen Airport – just a 20-minute train journey away.
Here you can find the quickest and most efficient ways of getting here by air, train, road and boat.

By plane
Copenhagen International Airport (Kastrup) Rail services to Malmö can be conveniently found in the Arrivals hall of the airport. Trains depart three times an hour and a one-way journey costs 11€ (110 SEK)*. Tickets may be purchased on-board your flight and also at the airport.
Upon arrival you can take a train directly to Malmö Central railway station.  
The ticket offices close at 11pm but ticket machines can be found in the terminal building near the entrance to the railway platforms. The estimated travel time is 20 minutes and the train takes you to Malmö Central, the third stop on the line after Hyllie and Triangeln.
For more information about airports - 
Copenhagen Airport (Kastrup) 
Malmö Airport (Sturup)

By rail
Malmö Central station is well connected within Sweden and internationally via links to Copenhagen. A bus depot just outside of the station has services to all the university’s sites. Many of the university buildings are just a short walk away from the station. Taxis are always readily available.
For more information about trains -
Danish state railways, DSB
Skånetrafiken, Swedish regional transport