Copenhagen - Malmö - Gothenburg

Öresund trains (Øresundståg in Swedish) are the regional trains that operate every 20-30 minutes between Copenhagen, Kastrup (Copenhagen airport) and Malmö Central, over the impressive Öresund fixed link between Denmark & Sweden.  One train per hour links Copenhagen & Malmö with Gothenburg Central.  The Öresund service is jointly run by DSB (Danish State Railways) and private operator Transdev.

What are Öresund trains like?

The trains have 1st & 2nd class seats, toilets, power outlets at each seating bay, free WiFi & plenty of luggage space.  Each unit consists of 3 cars, a train may consist of up to 3 units coupled together.

Oresund train at Malmo

An Öresund train at Malmö Central.  The yellow stripes above the windows indicate a 1st class section.

Oresund train 1st class seats   Oresund train 2nd class seats

1st class seats. Larger photo.


2nd class seats.  Larger photo.

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On the Oresund link!

Crossing the Öresund fixed link between Denmark & Sweden.  This photos was taken from the rear carriage of Snälltåget's Berlin-Stockholm sleeper.  More about the Oresund fixed link.  Courtesy of @AndyBTravels,

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