Things to see and do - Lund
Lund Travel guide
Lund : Michelin's recommendations
Thought to have been founded around 990 by the Danish King Sven Tveskägg, Lund was made a diocese in 1050 and the archdiocese of Scandinavia in 1104. It is the second oldest university town in Sweden. Buildings from different periods line the narrow streets filled with a large student population, particularly during the colourful traditional events held here. Its cathedral, as well as several museums, make this an extremely interesting place to visit.
Tourist attractions Lund : Things to see and do
Kraftstorg Square S - 221 00 Lund
This sandstone church flanked by two towers was founded in the 11C by King Canut II and consecrated in 1145. The original layout is of Anglo-Norman inspiration, while the decor shows a Lombard influence. The apse is a Romanesque treasure. Inside, you..
Tegnérsplatsen S - 223 50 Lund
The museum was founded in 1882 and turned into an open-air museum in 1892. An underground passage leads from the main building to the open-air section. The buildings illustrate the four orders of the kingdom: nobility, bourgeoisie, clergy and peasant..
Finngatan 2 S - 223 62 Lund
This museum exhibits around 20 000 studies of monuments on all sorts of materials and using all manner of techniques. The aim is to illustrate the process of creation from beginning to end. The international collection includes works by Matisse, Lége..
Förhandlingsvägen 4 S - 227 61 LUND
ibis Styles Lund offers free breakfast and WiFi to all guests. The hotel enjoys a quiet location 3 km west of the centre of Lund and 18 km from Malmö. The hotel was renovated in a modern design 2012. A restaurant, bar and free parking are at your dis..
Bankgatan 7 S - 22352 Lund
This tastefully decorated hotel, with free Wi-Fi, is spread over 5 buildings that date back to the mid-1800s. It is 12 minutes’ walk from Lund Central Station and 500 metres from Lund Cathedral. Each bright and airy guest room at Lilla Hotellet is i..