Malmo Central Station
Built in 1856, Malmo Central Station originally served the outer edge of the city, catering to inbound and outbound travellers and goods upon Copenhagen's ferries.
Over the years, more lines were added and following the opening of the Öresund Bridge in 2000, long-distance trains began running to Denmark. Later, the railway became integrated with local business and trains, making Malmo a key part of a larger network between many tourist and business destinations.
Travel from Malmo Central Station
Today, Malmo Central Station serves over 55,000 rail travellers every single day - making it the second-busiest station in Sweden, after Stockholm Central Station. The majestic terracotta-coloured train station building is yet another example of Malmo architecture at its best.
Visitors can travel from Malmo Central Station to many of Europe's big cities, including Gothenburg, Berlin, Stockholm and Copenhagen. For visitors to Malmo looking to explore the area in greater detail, there are several connections to nearby cities such as Ängelholm, Kristianstad, Karlskrona, Kalmar and Simrishamn.
The perfect base - Radisson Blu Hotel, Malmo
Located just 500 metres from Malmo Central Station, the Radisson Blu Hotel, Malmo provides the ideal choice of accommodation for guests wishing to explore Malmo and its surrounding area.
Enjoy world-class service, comfortable accommodation and easy access to top Malmo attractions from the Radisson Blu Hotel, Malmo.