Jan 17 – 18, 2018
Medicon Village
Europe/Stockholm timezone

How to get there

How to get to Medicon Village Auditorium

The workshop will be held in the Auditorium of Medicon Village.

Medicon Village
Scheelevägen 2
223 63 Lund


The Auditorium entrance is marked with F on the map.


How to get to Lund


The closest international airport to Lund is Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup, in Denmark. The travel time by train from the airport to Lund Central Station (Lund C) is about 35 minutes. Trains depart from railway platform number 1, accessed via the airport’s Terminal 3. The journey takes you over the Öresund Bridge connecting Denmark to Sweden. More information for these trains, and taxis from the airport, is available below.


The closest local airport to Lund is Malmö Airport in Sturup. It has some international flights from destinations within Europe and flights from other Swedish airports, including Stockholm. There are bus connections between the airport and Lund. Information can be found at www.flygbussarna.se/en. Bus tickets are available using cash or credit card at the convenience stores Pressbyrån and 7-Eleven, or at the airport Information desk. Tickets can also be purchased at the ticket machines or with a credit card on board the bus. There are taxis at the airport exit. See more taxi information below.



Tickets are not available on board trains in Denmark or Sweden, and in all cases must be purchased prior to boarding. Tickets from the machines can only be purchased with a debit or credit card featuring a chip and PIN.



Tickets: Train tickets can be purchased at the information desk at Terminal 3, or from the Skånetrafiken or DSB ticket machines in the Arrivals Hall, in the Baggage Claim area, and also in Terminal 3 at the top of the escalators leading to Platform 1 (Spor 1). Avoid buying SJ (Swedish Railways) tickets, as these trains will be less frequent.


Tickets can also be purchased using the Skånetrafiken mobile phone app, which requires a working phone number and a credit card. More information in English can be found under the Visitor tab at www.skanetrafiken.se.

ID Checks

Please be aware that there are border ID checks. The train will also stop at the first station in Sweden (Hyllie) and the Swedish police will enter the train to check everyone’s ID. Only passports and European National ID cards (must show nationality) are acceptable as ID.

Travel: To get to Lund, board any train at Platform 1 that is not terminating in Malmö or Stockholm. All others will first stop in Malmö, and then in Lund. There is only one stop in Lund. Common final destinations stopping at Lund Central Station include Göteborg, Kalmar, Helsingborg, Kristianstad, and Karlskrona. With your ticket, you may board any of these trains. They run typically every 20 minutes, with longer intervals overnight. Do not board the SJ trains bound for Stockholm as only tickets bought through SJ, specific to the route and time, will be accepted.


You can follow similar procedures to take trains to Lund from Copenhagen Central Station (København H) or Copenhagen Østerport Station.


The destination address for Medicon Village is Scheelevägen 2, Lund.

Taxis in Denmark are well regulated, but precautions should be taken when hiring a taxi in Sweden:

  • Prices should be agreed in advance, and fixed-priced ride prices should be posted and visible.
  • The meter should be operating and active for the entirety of the trip.
  • A receipt may be necessary to retrieve forgotten items or to make a complaint.
  • Swedish taxis must display comparative pricing for a 10 km trip. This price should be displayed in large black letters on a yellow background.

From Lund Central Station


Lund has a compact city centre and it is possible to reach most destinations on foot. The walk from the central station to Medicon Village is 2.5 km and will take approximately 30 minutes. If you are using a mobile map application, best results will be obtained by entering the address as Scheelevägen 2, Lund.



Medicon Village is a 6-minute bus ride from the train station on one of the green city buses.

Tickets: In most cases your train ticket will include onward bus travel within Lund. Ask the bus driver if your ticket is valid as you board the bus. Tickets cannot, however, be purchased on board the buses. Bus tickets cost around 17 SEK and can be purchased using the following methods.

  • The Skånetrafiken mobile phone app, which requires a working phone number and a credit card.
  • The local train/bus card, known as JoJo, which can be topped up with 50-200 SEK at the Skånetrafiken customer centre (Kundcenter) at the central station, or Pressbyrån, a convenience store in the central station.
  • A Swedish mobile phone (send an SMS with “LUV” to 070-142 22 22).

Travel: Bus Stop K is located just outside the northwest entrance of Lund Central Station, before Clemenstorget, the tree-lined square where there are many bike racks. [MAP] Take Bus Route 1 towards Östra Torn or Bus Route 6 towards Östra Linero. These depart every 15 minutes during the day. Get off at bus stop Sparta. From there, it is a 2-minute walk to the gate, turning left (or east) as you exit the bus. See more walking details above.



Look for Taxi Skåne or Taxi Lund outside the southwest entrance of Lund Central Station (opposite side of the tracks from the city centre), near Västra Stationstorget. The ride takes less than 10 minutes. If Taxi Skåne is not available, please observe the precautions listed under the Taxis heading above.