How to Travel Between Copenhagen, Denmark, and Malmö, Sweden
Traveling between Copenhagen, Denmark, and Malmö, Sweden is easy, fast, and inexpensive. The cities are connected by the Øresund Bridge (also called Öresund Bridge and Øresundsbroen), an 8 km cable-stayed bridge opened in 2000 that transitions into another 4 km of tunnel. Designed by engineering firm COWI and architect was George K.S. Rotne, the bridge is as beautiful as it is functional, offering a spectacular view of the Flinte Channel.
The short distance between the two cities (by road or train takes approximately 35 minutes) makes it easy to make a day or weekend trip to either; there’s plenty to do in both Copenhagen and Malmö for both travellers and locals. In fact, many people commute between the cities. So how do you travel between the two?
Fastest travel between Copenhagen and Malmö
Once the bridge was built, travel between Copenhagen and Malmö became fast and easy. Whether you’re taking the bus, train, or driving, it’s about 35 minutes one way. Because this…
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