Malmö to Frankfurt am Main by train

Travel from Malmö (Sweden) to Frankfurt am Main (Germany) by train (676km): schedule and information to the train connection. Compare fares and buy your ticket.

To travel by train from Malmö in Sweden to Frankfurt am Main in Germany, the main route leads via Denmark. Please read the following information and blog posts.

There are three different travel routes. Have a look on them and decide which one fits best for you.

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[b]Your train tickets and reservations at the best price/fares.[/b] Scroll down, read the details and make use of the booking links.

How to use the following information: we show you the best routes and where to buy tickets. On longer routes you may need more than one ticket. Book your tickets step by step as explained. If you have questions about the route from Malmö to Frankfurt am Main, please ask in our forum. Of course, sometimes there are as well other travel routes possible.

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connections : popular connections travelled by other users

Frankfurt am Main - Malmö / Stockholm - Cologne / Stockholm - Düsseldorf / Stockholm - Frankfurt am Main / Stockholm - Hamburg / Stockholm - Stuttgart / Stockholm - Munich / Gothenburg - Berlin / Gothenburg - Hamburg / Malmö - Berlin

Malmö - Frankfurt am Main @ 21.09.2019

1 Malmö (Sweden) - Frankfurt am Main (Germany)

1a Travelling from Malmö (Sweden) to Frankfurt am Main (Germany)

Tickets from selected destinations in Sweden to Germany are available from DB (German Railways) directly via our partner link.

The "Sparpreis Europa" saver fares are available from cities such as Gothenburg, Stockholm and Malmö. They always include transit through Denmark using either DB IC Buses or EC trains. From Sweden to Copenhagen, tickets are only available for travel with either SJ high speed trains (designated as "X2" when booking) or the Oresund regional trains. It is not possible to book a ticket valid on both types of trains!

If you want to travel with the Malmö - Berlin night train in the summer you have to book it separately too from the operator "Snalltaget".

[b]How to buy tickets:[/b]

- buy a saver fare ticket via the Deutsche Bahn booking link from Sweden to Germany. These saver fares are available for example from Stockholm, Göteborg or Malmö.

- if it is not possible to book the whole trip in one ticket via the Deutsche Bahn link, split it into two bookings:
First ticket from your departure station in Sweden to Stockholm, Göteborg or Malmö via the booking link of ACPRail/SJ.
Second ticket from Stockholm, Göteborg or Malmö to Germany via the Deutsche Bahn booking link.

The following links could be interesting for you.

train types: Train types you are likely to travel with.
IntercityExpress (ICE) / Snabbtåg (S) / Öresundståg (OT) / EuroCity (EC) / IC InterCity Bus (ICBus)

night trains: Night trains that might be suitable for this trip.
EN 301 Malmö - Berlin / NT 1 Stockholm - Malmö

train company:
DB Deutsche Bahn / SJ Statens Järnvägar / ORE Öresundståg / VEOS Veolia Transport Sverige

connections: popular connections travelled by other users
Frankfurt am Main - Malmö / Stockholm - Munich / Stockholm - Berlin / Gothenburg - Munich / Gothenburg - Cologne / Gothenburg - Hamburg / Malmö - Hamburg / Stockholm - Cologne

search for train times here: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
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2 Malmö (Sweden) - Copenhagen (Denmark) - Frankfurt am Main (Germany)

The route consist of more than one step. You have to buy more than one train ticket.

2a Travelling from Malmö (Sweden) to Copenhagen (Denmark)

To travel by train from Malmö (Sweden) to Copenhagen (Denmark) you travel via the Oresund Bridge. The Oresund Bridge has a length of about eight kilometres and connects Sweden with Denmark.

You travel from Malmö to Copenhagen by the direct and frequent (every 20 minutes) Öresundståg train.

The price of a one-way train ticket per adult starts from about EUR 12. Find schedules and buy your train ticket via one of the given booking links.

The journey time is a about 45 minutes.

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train types: Train types you are likely to travel with.
Öresundståg (OT)

connections: popular connections travelled by other users
Copenhagen - Malmö

search for train times here: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
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2b Travelling from Copenhagen (Denmark) to Frankfurt am Main (Germany)

To travel from Denmark to Germany by train, use one of the daily connections which usually runs via Hamburg. Please use the following booking links to find schedules and ticket prices. The "Europe Special" price of Deutsche Bahn is available from EUR 39. As earlier you book, as cheaper the prices are.

If you want to include a night train, there is currently only one option left: first from Copenhagen (Denmark) to Malmö (Sweden) and then by night train to Berlin (Germany). This night train does not run daily! In the summer months there is one IC train travelling overnight from Copenhagen (Denmark) to Hamburg (Germany).

The following links could be interesting for you.

train types: Train types you are likely to travel with.
IntercityExpress (ICE) / EuroCity (EC)

night trains: Night trains that might be suitable for this trip.
EN 301 Malmö - Berlin

train company:
DB Deutsche Bahn / DSB Danske Statsbaner

connections: popular connections travelled by other users
Frankfurt am Main - Copenhagen / Copenhagen - Berlin / Copenhagen - Bremen / Copenhagen - Cologne / Copenhagen - Dresden / Copenhagen - Hamburg / Copenhagen - Hanover / Copenhagen - Leipzig / Copenhagen - Munich / Copenhagen - Stuttgart

search for train times here: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
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3 Malmö (Sweden) - Stockholm (Sweden) - Copenhagen (Denmark) - Hamburg (Germany) - Frankfurt am Main (Germany)

The route consist of more than one step. You have to buy more than one train ticket.

3a Travelling from Malmö (Sweden) to Stockholm (Sweden)

To travel in Sweden by train, please buy your ticket via one of the following booking links. There you find exact schedules and ticket prices. If you book early in advance, you will get attractive discount prices. Beside the Swedish state railway SJ, several operators are available. It is usually no problem to buy your ticket in one step even using different operators. For long-distance travel, use one of the comfortable night train connections. Often tickets are also available at ticket machines or kiosks.

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connections: popular connections travelled by other users
Stockholm - Malmö / Stockholm - Gothenburg / Stockholm - Malmö / Stockholm - Narvik / Stockholm - Luleå / Gothenburg - Malmö / Gothenburg - Stockholm / Malmö - Gothenburg / Stockholm - Kiruna / Stockholm - Abisko

search for train times here: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
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3b Travelling from Stockholm (Sweden) to Copenhagen (Denmark)

To travel from Stockholm to Copenhagen by train, you have frequent direct SJ X2000 trains - at least every two hours. The journey time is about 5:15 hours. More connections are available with change in Malmö including an Öresundståg on the second part. Saver train tickets starts from 20 Euro. The ticket price depends on your travel date and train connection.
There is even the option to use a night train: first by SJ night train NT1 from Stockholm to Malmö. There you change to an Öresundståg via the Öresund Bridge to Copenahgen.

The following links could be interesting for you.

train types: Train types you are likely to travel with.
Snabbtåg (S) / Öresundståg (OT)

night trains: Night trains that might be suitable for this trip.
NT 1 Stockholm - Malmö

connections: popular connections travelled by other users
Copenhagen - Stockholm

search for train times here: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
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3c Travelling from Copenhagen (Denmark) to Hamburg (Germany)

To travel from Copenhagen to Hamburg by train, the best connection is by direct train which includes a ferry crossing from Røby (Denmark) to Puttgarden (Germany). The journey time is about 5 hours. Saver prices are available from Euro 29. There is a minimum of three direct train connections per day between both cities.
On the ferry you have to leave the train. Your luggage stays in the train, while you spent the one hour crossing on deck with a nice view.

Beside the route above there are connections with changes via Fredericia and Flensburg. Tickets are also available from Euro 29.

For detailed schedules and ticket prices, please use one of our booking links.

The following links could be interesting for you.

train types: Train types you are likely to travel with.
Regional Express (RE) / EuroCity (EC) / InterCityLyn (Lyn) / InterCity (IC)

connections: popular connections travelled by other users
Hamburg - Copenhagen

search for train times here: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
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3d Travelling from Hamburg (Germany) to Frankfurt am Main (Germany)

To travel in Germany by train, buy your ticket via the following booking link to Deutsche Bahn (German railways). There you find schedules and ticket prices. Deutsche Bahn offers discount fares called "Sparpreis". Book early to get inexpensive train tickets. In Germany you travel the long distances by ICE high-speed trains.

The following links could be interesting for you.

connections: popular connections travelled by other users
Frankfurt am Main - Hamburg / Berlin - Hamburg / Berlin - Munich / Berlin - Frankfurt am Main / Berlin - Cologne / Berlin - Stuttgart / Hamburg - Munich / Frankfurt am Main - Düsseldorf / Frankfurt am Main - Cologne / Frankfurt am Main - Munich / Munich - Füssen

search for train times here: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
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