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From Malmö the Oresund Bridge runs 16km to Copenhagen in Denmark. The route includes an 8km bridge, a man made island and a 4km tunnel. Below, you can see the latest departure times and a list of our best prices.
Copenhagen to Malmo / Malmo to Copenhagen96 crossings daily24 hrGet Price
Travemunde to Malmo / Malmo to Travemunde2 crossings daily8 hr 45 minGet Price
Travelling to and from Malmö
The Oresund Bridge is the longest combined road and rail bridge in Europe. The bridge runs from the Swedish coast out 8 kilometres to the man-made island of Peberholm, built to enable traffic to pass from the bridge through to the tunnel. From Peberholm, the tunnel is 4km long linking to the Danish island of Amager, near Copenhagen.
Malmö is the third largest city in Sweden, behind Stockholm and Gothenburg. Together with Copenhagen in Denmark, it constitutes the Oresund Region which is the most densely populated area in Scandinavia.
Since the construction of the Oresund Bridge, Malmö has transformed to become a central hub for new business and stunning architecture. There is even a Scandinavian TV series set around the bridge named "The Bridge", which is the theme for a popular bus tour of Malmö.
In the day there is plenty to see in Malmö. With beautiful buildings such as the Turning Torso, museums and even football, which is very popular in the South of Sweden. Malmö is home to one of Europe's largest skateparks, Stapelbäddsparken which is open all year round and free to visit.
At night, there is something for everyone. Relax in the vast array of restaurants and experience Scandinavian cuisine at its very best. If you feel the night is still young, you can visit the nightclubs in the town, where you can find large bars and casinos.
So book your Malmö ticket online today with AFerry. Simple and secure booking and great prices year round!
Getting to Malmö
Malmö is well serviced by major motorways in Sweden. To use the Oresund Bridge, you will join the E22 heading West.
Oresund Bridge, Malmö, Sweden