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Öresund Bridge
Öresund Bridge

Öresund Bridge

Malmo

The Basics

Considered a marvel of engineering, Øresund Bridge is the longest combined road-and-rail bridge in Europe. The bridge makes sightseeing in both Copenhagen and Malmö a breeze; you can book a day trip that ticks of two countries in one day or, if you’re pressed for time, take a half-day tour of Malmö as a side trip. Alternatively, self-guided tours let you explore at your own pace without worrying about logistics.

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Recent reviews from experiences in Malmö

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Excellent Tour guide
Teresa_W, Apr 2022
Malmö & Lund Tour, Crossing the Bridge to Sweden
The tour guide is very friendly, personable and very helpful. We have enjoyed our trip. He took us to lots of interesting placed. I was able to see Lund University.
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fosterrm2011, Nov 2019
Malmö & Lund Tour, Crossing the Bridge to Sweden
Tour guide was friendly and knowledgeable Pickup was easy and punctual Coach was clean The only negative comment was the souvenir shop in Lund near the square where we stopped they took advantage of the exchange rate between Danish & Swedish krona , just a warning for other tourist
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Wonderful tour!
Pam H, Jul 2019
Malmö & Lund Tour, Crossing the Bridge to Sweden
Nice leisurely tour with hotel pick up and return. Driver was early, small group, clean coach. A couple extra stops for the sights. Our driver George was sick w alittle head cold but was pleasant and answered any questions. He gave us plenty of time to walk around the town square in Malmo and Lund. We arrived back on time after having time for lunch, too!
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Relaxing Restful Tour
Victor_H, Aug 2019
Malmö & Lund Tour, Crossing the Bridge to Sweden
This is a good tour to relax, enjoy the ride, and not have to walk a lot. We needed this as we were on vacation for over two weeks before going on this tour. The bus was nice, had water, and the driver was informative and nice.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Øresund Bridge is a must-see for those with an interest in architecture and engineering.

  • If driving across the bridge, you’ll need to pay a toll to cross, which paid on the Swedish side. Most guided tours include this.

  • The best view of the bridge is from Malmö’s Ribersborg Beach.

  • In 2015, security was stepped up and random border control checks were implemented. You may not have to show it, but carry your passport just in case.

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How to Get There

To get on the bridge from Malmö, take Amiralsgatan road from the Old Town to Nobelvagen, which turns into Trelleborgsvagen. From there, join the E20 highway, which leads across the Øresund Bridge to Amager Island in Denmark. From Copenhagen, take Orestads Boulevard and Center Boulevard to get onto the E20.

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When to Get There

The bridge is open to traffic 24 hours. If you are interested in photographing the bridge, it looks particularly attractive when lit-up after dark, when the sparkling lights of its cables are reflected in the water.

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Peberholm Island

Peberholm Island, which was created to accommodate the bridge piers and tunnel, is now a designated nature reserve with a wide range of flora and fauna, including more than 500 different species of plants, as well as spiders, insects, and the rare green toad.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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What are the nearest attractions to Öresund Bridge?
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What else should I know about attractions in Malmö?
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