The Øresund Strait is also called "Sund Strait". Connecting the Baltic Sea and the Kattegat Strait. It is 110 kilometers long, 4-28 kilometers wide, and 12-28 meters deep. It is the deepest waterway in the Baltic Sea. You can see many wind turbines in the sea on the plane
It’s a beautiful strait. When the train passes through the strait from Malmö to Odense, you can see that there are many windmills on the strait, which should be used for wind power generation. The water is blue and clean.
During my stay in Europe, I had to pass the Øresund Bridge many times by train from Copenhagen Airport in Denmark back to Lund, Sweden. It was shocking every time. Especially when the train exits the sea from the undersea tunnel, it is like driving on the sea, with flocks of seabirds playing around. When flying from Milan to Copenhagen a few days ago, I saw the Øresund Bridge in the sky. It was beautiful in the sunset! A bird's-eye view taken by a mobile phone.
Malmö is the third largest city in Sweden. It is separated from Denmark by this strait, and the distance is very close. Now there is a direct train to Copenhagen and the traffic is very convenient. Of course, if time requirements are not high, you can also take a ferry to and from the two places.
The Øresund Strait, which connects the Baltic Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, is strategically located. One end of the strait is Denmark and the other end is Sweden. The main means of transportation between the straits are mostly ferries! From Helsingoer in Denmark to Helsingborg in Sweden, the ferry is only 15 minutes, and the main link between Copenhagen and Malmo is the Øresund Bridge. Stroll along the Malmö seaside to see the new landmark Turning Torso, overlooking the Øresund Bridge and the opposite bank to Copenhagen...