Bornholm is an island in the Baltic Sea which is considered one of the best tourist destinations in the northern parts of Europe, though the land area is under the jurisdiction of Denmark, the closest land point from Bornholm is in Malmö, Sweden.
Tourists who often visit Bornholm to experience its breathtaking beaches and historic landmarks usually start travelling from Malmo to get straight to Bornholm is a 132km distance which has an average of 3hours and 20 minutes travel time depending on the type of transportation taken going to Bornholm. In this article, we will discuss the different ways to go to Bornholm whichever is shorter or cheaper depending on the tourist’s preference.
Travelling from Malmo may vary depending on the tourists’ choice as it can be through train, by car or taxi and/or by bus. From Malmö, tourists have to travel to go Ystad port which is the port station to take a ferry boat to Rønne, Bornholm. The fastest travel from Malmö to Ystad is by taxi or car which may take up to 45minutes to 1 hour only however this may be a bit costly while through train may take up to 1 hour and 30 minutes going straight to Ystad Train Station. From Ystad Port, tourists can take e ferry which takes 120 minutes travel time to reach Rønne, Bornholm which can vary the cost from SEK99 to SEK1000 depending on the ticket flexibility of the customers. They are able to take their cars too since the ferry is a ropax boat type that can carry vehicles too. There is also an option to fly from Malmo directly to Bornholm which may cost up to SEK2000 and this is the fastest way to go.
Tourists taking ferry boats from Ystad are able to book their tickets online with an everyday travel 5 times a day. Once reached Bornholm, there are lots of hotels to stay with or even book AirBNB transient accommodation for those with a limited budget but still able to enjoy all the good experiences in Bornholm.
It can give a great sea view as well while travelling going to the island. Anyone who is interested to book their ferry ticket to Ronne, kindly visit the website https://www.bornholmslinjen.dk/ for ticket booking.