The Swedish towns of Malmö and Lund are perfect complements to each other—Lund is rich with viking history, while Malmö is a hopping cultural hub. This small-group tour from Copenhagen allows you to experience the highlights of both locations alongside a guide, with round-trip transportation for a seamless experience. If you choose, explore Malmö on your own after the tour and return by train (ticket included).
Experience the Swedish towns of Malmö and Lund in one day
Learn about Swedish history from your guide
Round-trip transportation from downtown Copenhagen
Small group of no more than eight people for a personalized experience
We had a great time on this tour. The guide did a great job explaining the areas we visited and was entertaining. The tour was laid out well and used our time efficiently. I would recommend this to individuals who want a little exposure and explanation of Sweden.
We were really looking forward to seeing the south of Sweden. However, our guide, Anna, was late in picking us up, The van may have been a rental and it was too small for 9 people.
Lund was attractive but we spent most of the time at the university and had no time for pictures.
We had to drop the van off at noon in Malmo...some of us thought we had the option to return to Copenhagen in the van. We were dropped off for lunch in a warehouse environment but my food was enjoyable. There were lovely restaurants in other places which would have been preferable.
We were informed that we had to return by train, but there were only 5 first class tickets for 8 people, Three of us had mobility problems. We did follow the
Christian was a phenomenal guide! He knew all there is to know about Denmark and Sweden. He was extremely friendly, warm., and funny. The quality of the tour was outstanding. We are so glad, we chose to go on this tour. Highly recommend!
Other than a little hiccup prior to the start of the tour that end up starting the tour a little late otherwise the rest of the tour was wonderfully managed. The guide knew Lund and Malmo cities very well and provided us with a very comprehensive historical review of the various locations and sites in both cities.