Malmö bus 999
Øresund is one of the busiest waterways in the world connecting the Scandinavian peninsula with the European continent with the railway and motorway. Bus 999 takes you across a 16 km long Øresund bridge from Copenhagen to Malmö, the third largest city in Sweden. It is well-known for its Turning Torso, the tallest building not only in Sweden, but in the Nordic countries in general. When it opened in August 2005, it was also the highest residential building in the European Union and the second tallest in Europe as a whole. The lowest segments are filled with offices, while the upper six segments offer 147 luxury flats. One hundred percent of the energy consumed in the building is renewable, coming from hydro, solar, wind, and geothermal sources. We sell tickets for Bus 999 to Malmö at Tourist Point. You can go from Monday to Saturday, four times a day. The bus departs from the Central Station (Hovedbanegaad), making stops at Sydhavnen, Copenhagen Airport (Kastrup), Bunkeflo (Skånegården), Stadionsgatan, Södervärn and Gustav Adolfs Torg.
Price: One day return ticket 120 DKK.
One adult can take two children under the age of 16 free of charge.
Low cost bus travel to 1.200 destinations, 26 countries. We are not interested in taking you from just A to B, but A-Z and everywhere in between. Our travel tips provide you with a travel guide to the continent so that you can discover the best places to travel in Europe. Buying a FlixBus ticket can only make you richer. We connect cities with approximately 200.000 trips – often departing every 30 minutes. We can’t make buses as fast as airplanes so we did the second best thing. We now offer frequent low-cost bus connections to 18 major European airports that operate flights to anywhere in the world! What does this mean for you? You don’t have to limit yourself to the nearest airport anymore but rather select the cheapest ticket or most convenient flight and let us take care of getting you to the airport. Most of our buses are equipped with bicycle racks that can carry up to 5 bikes.
Cost: €9 per bike, per single journey (€18 return).
Copenhagen is a hub of Scandinavian air traffic, connecting North, South, East and West. There are about 60 scheduled airlines at Copenhagen airport, with 83.5% of flights to/from other European airports, and 10.4% intercontinental flights.
At Copenhagen Tourist Point you can buy an airplane ticket for any route and any airline in the world. Compared to the tickets purchased online, our service includes extra baggage allowance for both long and short distance trips.
With our tickets, you can get between 40 and 46 kg of baggage with Turkish airlines, Emirates, Qatar Airways, KLM, Air France, Norwegian Air, Atlas Air and other airlines.
Our friendly and professional staff is at your service providing the best connections and finding the most optimal routes to your destination.