Heading to Malmö for Eurovision and staying outside the city or in Copenhagen? Now you don’t have to worry about getting around by public transport, because local transport company Skånetrafiken has just launched their campaign for Eurovision.

Two new weekly passes will be available to buy during Eurovision week from 5 to 12 May:

  • Eurovision Skåne: Unlimited travel for 8 days within Malmö and Skåne area for 350 SEK (€30/£26)
  • Eurovision Skåne/Copenhagen: Unlimited travel for 8 days to and from Copenhagen (including CPH Airport) with the Öresundstrain and within Malmö and Skåne area for 700 SEK (€60/£52)

It’s worth noting that the standard single ticket in the Malmö area costs 42 SEK, and a single ticket to and from Copenhagen is 150 SEK. So there is quite a good deal in buying one of these weekly passes.

How to buy

The weekly passes are available to buy from 15 April through Skånetrafiken’s app. You can download it from Google Play and App store.

Places of interest

  • Malmö Arena: Located right next to Hyllie Station, which is 10 minutes from Malmö Central station, 15 minutes from Copenhagen Airport and 28 minutes from Copenhagen Central Station
  • Eurovision Street: On Friisgatan which is on the way from Triangeln Station to Eurovision Village
  • Eurovision Village: Located in Folkets Park, a 10 minute walk from Triangeln Station
  • Euro Fan Café: Located in Moriska Paviljongen inside Folkets Park
  • Euroclub: Located in Malmö Live close to Malmö C
  • Eurofansclub: Located on Stortorget right behind City Hall, around an 8 minute walk from Malmö C

Are you travelling to Malmö for Eurovision? Staying in the area or maybe in Copenhagen? And will you buy one of these weekly passes? Let us know in the comments below.

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Samo
Samo
21 days ago

Any news on extra services after the show? We plan to stay elsewhere in Skåne and would of course prefer to take public transportation, but the last train seems to be too early.

Jeroen
Jeroen
21 days ago

Thanks for the information! It will save quite a lot of money in May 🙂

Gekko
Gekko
21 days ago

I wish they had options for 1, 2 or 3 days. 8 days is probably not the average stay. Most will probably stay only for the weekend.

Samo
Samo
21 days ago
Reply to  Gekko

They are also deeply discounted to recognise that 😉

Local
Local
21 days ago

Thanks for the info! FYI: A single ticket in Malmö typically costs 31 SEK, not 42 SEK

André
André
21 days ago

Great – I looked forward to the launch and will buy it asap. With the money I save, I can afford to stay one more night in the area. Thank you Skånetrafiken team!

Ben
Ben
21 days ago

Scandinavian countries are so expansive for people coming from other areas of Europe 😮

A one week ticket in Hamburg and metropolitan area is 29 Euro and twice as big as Copenhagen and Malmo together

I am also wondering why they don’t have offers for 1, 2 or 3 days as I doubt that most people will stay there for a whole week.
As nice it can be to have been there, neither Copenhagen nor Malmo are worth to stay in more than 1-3 days

Kikki
Kikki
21 days ago

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