Travelling to Malmö

Travel to Malmö

  • Getting to Malmö

    By Plane

    The train from Copenhagen Airport leaves every 20 minutes for the City of Malmö and takes only 20 minutes to arrive at Malmö Central Station. You can buy tickets in the App provided by the local transportation company Skånetrafiken, or in machines at the airport. From Malmö Central Station, it is a 5-10 minute walk to Malmö Live. If you prefer, bus numbers 2, 3, 5, 7 or 8 will get you to the venue from the central station in a matter of minutes. The bus stops nearest the venue are Anna Linds Plats and Bagers Plats.


    By Train

    If you are arriving by train, you will be able to connect directly to Malmö Central Station. From Malmö Central Station, it is a 5-10 minute walk to Malmö Live or a 3-4 minute ride with bus numbers 2, 3, 5, 7 or 8. The bus stops nearest the venue are Anna Linds Plats and Bagers Plats.

  • Getting around Malmö

    As a participant you are offered free, accessible and fossil-free public transport within Malmö. Walking, cycling and public transport is the first choice for all who work, live or visit in Malmö. With everything nearby, it’s easy to experience Malmö in a sustainable and healthy way. 

    You will have free access to bikes and more than 500 km of cycle paths to choose from.  Participants will be able to rent a bike through Malmö by Bike for free. There are 100 rental bike stations all over the city that are open all year round and around the clock. 

    The buses are run by the transit company Skånetrafiken.  You can find timetables for bus and trains etc. on their website. You can buy tickets through their App or from a ticket machine at Malmö Central station, Triangeln station or Hyllie station, or at Skånetrafiken’s service center at Malmö Central station. For more information about prices and timetable, please use the App or visit the service center.

    Public transport in Malmö is powered by renewable energy. Most buses run on biogas and the share of all-electric buses is increasing. That way we contribute to making the city more sustainable and the urban environment is also becoming quieter.  Read more about electric buses and other sustainable initiatives here

  • Experiencing Sweden

    Make the most of your stay in Sweden by checking the following events happening around the ICLEI World Congress 2021-2022:

    1-3 June 2022, H22, Urban Future (Helsingborg):

    H22 is a major initiative by Helsingborg and its citizens to develop the city of the future. It is aimed at solving the numerous sustainability challenges while improving quality of life. H22 consists of two parts:

    H22 is a city-wide innovation initiative.
    It’s about the journey towards becoming a sustainable city, and a massive collaborative effort between citizens, businesses and the municipality.

    H22 is a City Expo.
    Join more than 1m visitors at the 35-day international event between May 30 – July 3, 2022 that will showcase the innovation work so far and use Helsingborg as a test bed for solutions from around the world.

    For more information, check the event website here.

    2-3 June 2022, Stockholm +50 (Stockholm):

    In 2022 it will be fifty years since the first United Nations conference on the human environment – the 1972 Stockholm Conference. The Government of Sweden will host a UN, high-level meeting in June 2022 to commemorate this anniversary. The aim is to contribute to accelerating a transformation that leads to sustainable and green economies, more jobs, and a healthy planet for all, where no one is left behind.

    For more information, check the event website here.


Clarion Hotel & Congress Malmö Live 
Dag Hammarskjölds torg 2
211 18 Malmö

Located in the city center, Clarion Hotel & Congress Malmö Live is a new landmark in the skyline of the City of Malmö. Conveniently situated next to Malmö central station – where a train can take you to Copenhagen Airport in 17 minutes. The four-story building is within walking distance of many great restaurants, sights and activities.