Malmö is the third-largest city in Sweden, and forms part of the Øresund Region, a region shared between Denmark (Zealand) and Sweden (Skåne). Thanks to the Øresund Bridge, Malmö and Copenhagen are separated by only a 40 minute train ride. Malmö is one of a few cities in the region of Skåne that offer ferries to many destinations in the Baltic Sea.
You can reach the following destinations from Malmö. Each has at least one regularly-scheduled passenger ferry. Click each city for more information.
Malmö has the following passenger ferry ports. Click each for more information.
Malmö Harbour sits just a few kilometers north of Malmö's city center. From Malmö, you can catch one of Finnline's frequent ferries to Lübeck (Travemünde Port) in Northern Germany.
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Frequent connections to the rest of Sweden and Copenhagen (including Copenhagen Airport).
Scandinavia's largest airport, located on the Danish side of the Øresund, between Malmö and Copenhagen.
Located some 30km from Malmö, this airport has mostly regional and charter airline traffic.