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Oresund Bridge

E20, Malmo 216 30, Sweden
+45 33 21 07 42
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An interesting crossing!

Thankfully the wind had died down before our crossing. It's a bit unnerving knowing you are... read more

Reviewed today
LASS2000
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United States
Amazing engineering creation

Amazing engineering creation. It is better to see from the bus/car than from the train. The sunny... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Peter N
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Budapest, Hungary
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E20, Malmo 216 30, Sweden
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Reviewed today

Thankfully the wind had died down before our crossing. It's a bit unnerving knowing you are driving under the shipping channel. We were stopped in Malmo by the border patrol and asked several questions, but never had to show our passport. There isn't much to...More

Thank LASS2000
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Amazing engineering creation. It is better to see from the bus/car than from the train. The sunny weather is absolutely needed to see and feel the monumental of the bridge.

Thank Peter N
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Ok. It's a bridge. I would think so what. But it is real long. The views are great. And you pass from one country to another which is also cool. I had a day with beautiful blue skies. The views from the bridge were great.

Thank LostALot22
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Again. How stupidly boring. Don't leave home to see it. Pointless. Speaks volumes about how boring Sweden is

Thank No_BS_svp
Reviewed 6 days ago

This bridge is very beautiful, so is the surroundings. It gives you a lovely bridge towards Malmö and don't miss the sunset, it's a must-see.

Thank Bence23
Reviewed 6 days ago

An absolute delight to see, and a "must" to travel on. Engineering greatness and stunningly beautiful.

Thank chardoro
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Feels good to be between countries:) excited to.go the sauna at ridenberg kallbadhus at sea in malmo. Bit of.both worlds copenhagen- malmo:)

Thank Danalyze D
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Oresund Link is an incredible feat of engineering. it is absolutely cast and is such a scenic way to travel between Denmark and Sweden. The first time I travelled on it was years ago by train and I remember that it took less than...More

1  Thank Bozeman-Dublin
Reviewed 1 week ago

The best airport for Malmo is, bizarely, Copenhagen, and the train from the airport is direct to here. The fare is cheap and the trains are every 20 minutes or so. Great views too!

Thank pauljschofield
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The bridge you just can't miss when you come to Malmö or Copenhagen. It's just bringing the nicest view to the neighborhood. Must see for the cities!

Thank maomao c
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Maya G
Is there a buss day trip from Copenhagen to Malmo?
28 March 2017|
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Response from Spailpini | Reviewed this property |
Skanetraffiken have all your options.
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citizensarahsmith
Are the bus/train fares to Malmo from Copenhagen covered by the Copenhagen Card? Or, if paid separately, how much is the cost approximately?
24 February 2017|
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Response from Clas R | Reviewed this property |
I'm pretty sure there is a bus service. If it covered by the Copenhagen Card or not, I don't know. However, there is a better alternative altogether - take the local train! It not expensive, stops at several stations I... More
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Norman T
At what point does the bridge become a tunnel
2 January 2017|
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Response from ناصر جبريل ا | Reviewed this property |
Once you pass the border which is marked somewhere on half of the bridge and a little bit further When it goes downhill ... cant really say exact by measure but not so far though
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