Wednesday, 11 July 2018

Streets of Lund: the history, buildings and flowers

When in Lund you cannot avoid a stroll around Lund's most fascinating streets. The typical Scanian architecture and atmosphere will lead you to continue walking the old streets of Lund: Adelgatan, Tomegapsgatan, S:t Annagatan will show you their best! Lets have a walk!


Thursday, 10 May 2018

Let's have a walk in sunny Lund! Spring is here!

It's so lovely weather in Lund now. +22 and lots of flowers. Let's have a walk in Lund and enjoy the beauty of the spring!

Blue snowdrops and University library

Tuesday, 20 March 2018

Spring in Lund. Magnolia and cherry blossoms of Lund University


How does Lund look like during the spring? It looks amazing and so beautiful that we can’t explain it by words. You have to see it yourself! 

This winter decided to stay longer in Lund, so we still have some snow left. But in April everything starts. Lund will be covered by blossoms and flowers!


The most fascinating details of spring in Lund are, undoubtedly, magnolia flowers on the University Square. It starts to bud in April and up to the mid May you will enjoy the fantastic view!

Sunday, 4 March 2018

Let’s have a walk around Lund University buildings in city centre!



The institutes and faculties of Lund University are located all around Lund. But some of the most fascinating buildings you can see in the centre of the city – in Lundagård and surroundings.

Universitetshuset – The Main University building

Tuesday, 27 February 2018

Uppåkra – the biggest city of the Iron and Vikings Ages in Scandinavia



Uppåkra Archaeological Centre produced a short presentation film in English, about the treasures of Uppåkra.

Dick Harrison, the professor of history in Lund University, is telling about the importance and uniqueness of Uppåkra - the biggest city formation in Iron Age and Vikings Age, located just a few kilometres from modern Lund.

Saturday, 24 February 2018

Kungshuset - the King's House in Lund



Kungshuset (the King's House) is located in Lundagård – just few meters north from the Cathedral. It is one of the buildings in Lund with a great history behind. 




It was built by the Danish king Frederick II between 1578 and 1584 for the royal administration in Lund. Frederick II lived here for a few weeks in 1584 when his son Christian should be honoured as the next successor by the Scanian Council.

Small travel guide on Lund in ENGLISH from Destination Lund Sweden

Finally! We have the small travel guide “Destination Lund” in English! It’s free of charge and suitable to all kinds of electro...