About Lund

Lund: our base

Lund is a charming city that combines ancient with modern. University students buzz around the medieval streets. Everything is within easy reach – The cathedral, university, museums, cafes, pubs, and most hotels are located within walking distance in the city centre.

Lund is the base for DestinationLund, we feel at home in Lund but we operate all over Sweden.
Contact us to learn more about Lund.

Throughout Sweden: our reach

Some people say Sweden is an exception. We take that as a compliment. It’s true that in modern times, our country has been spared many of the great hardships that have affected others. Sweden still has an abundance of priceless, free luxuries such as calm and stability, fresh air and open spaces, clean water and pristine wilderness.

As important, they all within easy reach of the modern urban centers populated by an exciting array companies and people offering some of the leading competencies within their sectors — and whose citizens who enjoy the amongst the highest quality of life standards you can find anywhere in the world. This is Sweden. We’re proud of it, and we look forward to sharing it with you here.

Photo by: Henrik Trygg/Imagebank.sweden.se
Photo by: Henrik Trygg/Imagebank.sweden.sect.

Downhill skiing in north Sweden

Located near Kiruna, Låktatjåkko is Sweden’s highest located mountain lodge and is located at 1228 meters above sea level with views stretching for miles over the Swedish Lapland district.
Photo by: Melker Dahlstrand/imagebank.sweden.se
Photo by: Melker Dahlstrand/imagebank.sweden.se

Parents enjoying parental leave in Sweden

A central part of Swedish family life, parental leave is paid for 480 days, shared between mother and father and amounts to a large portion of your usual salary.
Photo by: Folio/imagebank.sweden.se
Photo by: Folio/imagebank.sweden.se

Sweden’s archipelago by night

From populated islands to deserted isles and rocky skerries, Sweden’s archipelagoes wrap both of its coastlines. While many of the tens-of-thousands of islands and islets are uninhabited, larger islands host summer cottages, houses, restaurants and stores. Many summer days are spent enjoying everything from kayaks, canoes and sail boats before settling in for a night swim or dinner with friends.
Photo by: Justin Brown/imagebank.sweden.se

Malmö coastline with Turning Torso

The coastline of Malmö, which is Sweden’s fastest-growing and most culturally-diverse city today.
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