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The Translational Neuroendocrine Research Unit (TNU) is located in the Biomedical Center (BMC) in Lund in the south of Sweden.
Our visiting address is Klinikgatan 32, building D, floor 11.

How to get to Lund

From Copenhagen Airport (CPH)

Copenhagen airport Kastrup is Denmark's international airport, and is much closer to Lund than the airports in Stockholm. Here you have direct flights from most European countries and from Asia and America as well. The access to Sweden is fast and comfortable thanks to the trains that go directly to Lund every 20 minutes (the Öresundståg). A one way ticket costs 150 SEK (about 15 EUR), and takes about 40 minutes. Note that you have to buy your ticket before boarding the train.

From Malmö Airport (MMX)

Malmö Airport is located 30 km south-east of Lund. It takes approximately 30 minutes by car.

By bus

If you arrive by train to Lund Central station, there are several buses, both green and yellow, and the new tram, that will take you to the University Hospital, from where it is a short walk to the BMC building. You can buy your ticket from the ticket machines or on board the bus. Note that it is not possible to use cash when paying for the bus fare on board, only card payment is accepted.

By taxi

Outside the train station there is also a taxi station. Make sure the taxi driver takes you to Klinikgatan 32, where our labs are located, and not to the BMC main entrance on Sölvegatan 19.