Former home arena of the Malmö Redhawks ice hockey team, the Malmö Isstadion is an indoor sports area with ample parking and good public transport connections.
Baltiska Hallen / Isstadion Malmö
Eric Perssons Väg
217 62 Malmö, Sweden
Malmö Sturup International Airport is located to the southeast of Malmö, about 40 minutes away from the centre of town. The airport coach Flygbussarna departs every 40 minutes to Malmö Centralstn (main station), a 40 minute journey that costs about SEK 99 (about €10).
Copenhagen International Airport Kastrup is only 55 km away across the Öresund Bridge, about 50 minutes’ drive. There are also airport coaches from Kastrup to Malmö every 1.5 hours offered by the company Swebus Express.
Rail & Public Transport
Your best bet from most of Europe is to take a high-speed train to Copenhagen and connect from there via regional trains to Malmö. The Malmö main station is called Malmö Central (or just Malmö C); from there take bus line 5, changing to bus 34 at Hålsjögatan or Konserthuset, exit at the stop called “Isstadion“. The journey costs SEK 18 and takes 20-25 minutes, depending on traffic and connection.
Coming in on the E6/E20/E22, (from Copenhagen, cross the Öresund Bridge – toll: about €39 for passenger cars, see uk.oresundsbron.com/); exit at "Svågertorp" and proceed towards "Malmö C" and the hospital. Follow Trelleborgsvägen at the first traffic light, turn left into the Stadiongatan. The Isstadion will be on the right hand side.
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