Turning Torso is the tallest building in Malmo, Sweden. It is located in the Oresund strait. Officially opened on 27 August 2005, it became an architectural landmark in Malmo. It will spoil you with the beautiful scenery among a modern residential, Oresund strait and bridge.
Turning Torso: The Malmo's Skyscraper
1. The Western Harbour
One of the things to do at Turning Torso tour is to visit The Western Harbour. The Western Harbor is a place to see Malmo's landscape with a towering view of Turning Torso. An area that features exciting modern architecture in Malmo. Here, you can take a towering selfie on the tallest residential building in other side of the Öresund strait. Also you can see the spectacular views of the Öresund Sound, and enjoy the view of the sea from restaurants and cafes
2. Urban Residential
Like the award obtained in 2015, Turning Torso Tour presents a modern residential. At floor 49 available home to the public observation deck. Floors 50–52 contain a private club, meeting & events rooms, the reception, and the venue restaurant. Floor 53 and 54 is the Turning Torso conference floors, managed by Sky High Meetings.
3. Oresund Strait & Bridge
During Turning Torso Tour, in the afternoon you can enjoy the beautiful sunset from Oresund strait. There are many birds flying in the sky, making the scenery of Oresund strait more beautiful. Above the Oresund Strait, stretches beautifully the Oresund Bridge. Oresund Bridge is a combined railway and motorway bridge connecting Sweden and Denmark. The bridge stretches nearly 8 kilometres (5 miles) from the Sweden coast to the artificial island Peberholm in the middle of the strait. Don't forget to take a picture of your sunset moment, its a must thing to do at Turning Torso.
How to Get Tickets?
Admission is free for visitors of Turning Torso. You can enjoy the great architecture of Turning Torso and the beautiful Malmo's views from floor 53 - 54. This is one of the best things to do at Turning Torso.
How To Get Around?
You can stroll around to enjoy your Turning Torso tour. Another option is you can rent a bike and you will be guided by a local guide. Spend 2 hours on a 7.5-mile (12 km) circuit that includes stops at Turning Torso, Oresund Bridge, Malmo City Hall, etc. Also, you can enjoy a tour with the mini train for 60 minutes, which also has an audio guide in English. More information can be accessed on several Malmo travel agent sites.
What Should I Wear?
Best Time to Visit
Turning Torso is open daily. But, since the building is a residential, the tower is not open to visitors 3 weeks every summer. Make sure your plan to visit Turning Torso when the tower is open. Because seeing the beautiful landscape of Malmo's city from the top of the tower is one of the best things to do at Turing Torso.
Will I Need a Guide?
Enjoy your Turning Torso tour by yourself, you don't need a tour guide service. But if you rent a bike, they usually include a local guide to accompany you.
How To Get There?
To make your Turning Torso tour easier, there's two options transportation from Copenhagen. The fastest way is by taking the train. By train, departure point is Kobenhavn H train station in Copenhagen. Average prices start from €12 for 36 minutes. But the cheapest way is by taking the bus. By buses, departure points is Kobenhavn Ingerslevsgade bus station, with average prices €8 for 55-60 minutes driving. There's no available flights, due to Copenhagen and Malmo being located just across the Danish/Sweden border from each other.
Malmo is sixth best cycling town in the world. Get around by bike can be the thing to do on your Turning Torso Tour.