Even though Malmö spreads the flair of being a small town, Malmö actually is the third biggest city of Sweden. Located in the South of the country, Malmö definitely is worth a visit. If you do so, here are some inspirations for things to do and see in Malmö!
Due to its location, it is very easy to reach Malmö when coming from Copenhagen by train via the so-called Oresund Bridge which connects Denmark and Sweden.
Whether you cross the bridge or just drive out to see it, it is impressive and well worth the effort.
Lilla Torg is one of the busiest corners of Malmö. As being a historical market square, locals and tourists alike can buy local specialties.
Moreover, you can dip into one of many restaurants and enjoy local cuisine.
Unlike many other cities we’ve recently visited, churches are not the main buildings which excel Malmö.
However, St. Peter’s Church is worth admiring! As construction works started back in the 14th century and it is thus built in a Gothic style, St. Peter’s Church may be a highlight to look at.
But St. Peter’s Church is by far not the only impressive building Malmö has to show you. One of the others is the so-called Turning Torso. Moreover, the Stadsbiblioteket Malmö waits for you!
Not to forget about the Opera …
And the Malmö Konsthall and the Malmö Börshus!
Finding a park within a city and then strolling around in it is always awesome, whether it is just to escape the buzz of the city or just to spend some time in nature.
Believe me, there are many statues and art monuments spread throughout Malmö!
If you have an open eye for it, you will be surprised what you can see in Malmö.
Malmö’s City Hall is probably one of the most beautiful buildings in the city. This does not mean that others are an architectural catastrophe, but simply that this one is extraordinarily lovely.
When you discover the City Hall, be sure to remember to take a photo. You will get a great perspective from the Stortogret Square (= The great square) right in front of it.
Most probably the point to start and end your journey to Malmö. So last but not least, here’s a picture of that one as well.
I hope you enjoy your trip to and time in Malmö!