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Local train ( "pågatåg" ) from [[Malmö]], [ Skånetrafiken]
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Direct train (IC Bornholm) from [[Copenhagen]], [ DSB]
Direct train (IC Bornholm) from [[Copenhagen]], DSB [].
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===By Ferry===

Revision as of 17:01, 23 July 2009

Ystad [1] is a small but charming city in Scania, part of southern Sweden. It is situated on the south coast of Scania with good beaches east of the town. Ystad is known internationally as the setting for many of the novels of Henning Mankell, featuring fictional Ystad police inspector Kurt Wallander.


Get in

By Plane

Malmö (Sturup) airport (IATA MMX) is 30 minutes drive away. Copenhagen (Kastrup) airport (IATA CPH) is 1 hours drive.

By Train

Local train ("pågatåg") from Malmö, Skånetrafiken [2].

Direct train (IC Bornholm) from Copenhagen, DSB [3].

By Ferry

Bornholmstrafikken from Rønne, Denmark

Polferries from Świnoujście, Poland

Get around



  • S:ta Maria church (13th century)
  • S:t Petri church and monastery
  • Ales stenar in Kåseberga 17 km east of Ystad


Walk through the old part of the city and enjoy the old half-timbered houses.

During summer, enjoy a walk by the beach (east of the town). Stop by and grab a beer or ice cream at "Fritidsbaren" and get a good view of the ocean.

Every other year, Ystad hosts a Tattoo, a must-see if you are interested in music. See for more info.


  • Handicraft





Ystad Tourist Information Office, S:t Knuts Torg, 271 42 Ystad, Tel: +46-411-57 76 81

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