The Newsletters for the event that we have sent out so far can be found here.
The 15th to the 18th of March 2018.
Scandic Star Hotel in Lund in Southern Sweden. The address is Glimmervägen 5, 224 78 Lund, Sweden. Note that we only will have exclusivity to the conference part and not to the entire hotel and that we will not be able to allow children other than infants to the event.
You can find more information about the tickets and the price here.
Knutpunkt 2018 is currently sold out.
There are several travel options depending on your mode of transportation.
For those of you arriving by plane, the easiest option will be to fly to Copenhagen Airport Kastrup. From there you can take the local train directly to Lund. Your train ticket will also be valid on the local buses.
You can also fly to Malmö Airport Sturup and then go with the airport couch directly to Lund C.
By local transportation
The local buses from right outside Lund central station stops within walking distance from the conference venue. For more specific information, please search at the local communities site for the exact transports from Lund C to Glimmervägen 5.
- Bus 3 (towards Östra Linero) leaves from Lund C and stops at Fritjofs väg
- Bus 5 (towards Råbylund) leaves from Bantorget and stops at Skiffervägen
- Bus 160 (towards Sjöbo) leaves from Lund C and stops at Gastelyckan Ö
- SkåneExpressen 5 (towards Tomelilla) leaves from Lund C and stops at Gastelyckan Ö
Important note: If you go by the green buses (bus 3 or bus 5), please note that you can only buy your tickets beforehand in a store or an automat or in Skånetrafiken’s special app for android/IOS. You can not buy tickets on board the green buses. On the yellow buses, however you can pay by Visa/Mastercard.
If you arrive by car, there is a free parking space right outside the hotel. Set your GPS to Glimmervägen 5. There will be a 2 hours and 40 min drive from Gothenburg and a 50 min drive from Copenhagen.
If you plan to go from Denmark to Sweden, it is important that you remember ID, hence controls (yes, they actually do control the border). Without ID, you won’t be able to cross the border from Denmark to Sweden.