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Malmo Castle

Malmo Castle

Located at Malmohusvagen in the centre of the city, Malmo Castle is the largest museum of Southern Sweden surrounding beautiful parks and canals. It is the oldest surviving Renaissance Castle. Malmo Castle is famous for its historical exhibitions and galleries. It showcases an exhibit of the seventeenth-century wars, named 'By Order of the King.' 'Power over People' describes the history and past of Malmo Castle over three hundred years. The castle opens from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on all the days.

Turning Torso

Turning Torso

Turning Torso is the tallest building in Scandinavia. Based on a sculpture by Calatrava, it is the first twisting tower in the world. The tower is a neo-futurist residential skyscraper designed by a Spanish sculptor, engineer, painter and architect 'Santigo Calatrava.' The forty-ninth floor of this building houses a public observation deck, and from fifty to fifty-second level, it consists of meeting rooms, venue restaurants, and a private club. Fifty-three and fifty-fourth floors are booked and managed by Sky High for conferences. Public access is allowed only till these floors; only for scheduled days with pre-booking of entry.

Folkets Park

Folkets Park

Folkets Park is the oldest folk movement park in the world. It features a vast lush green area for kids and teens to play with plenty of swings. The park is the best place to enjoy with family and friends away from bustling city life. Folkets Park remains open throughout the day.

Kungsparken

Kungsparken

Opened in the year 1872 by King Oscar II, Kungsparken is the city's oldest park which once belonged to the Malmo Castle. It was initially built as 'King Oscars Park' but became popular with the name 'Kungsparken.' Covering the area of about eight acres, it features ponds and large inventories of old tree species from three distinct continents. Built in the year 1882, a beautiful fountain of iron casting levitates the charm of the park. The southern part of the Kungsparken possesses a park restaurant, and the northern part offers a glimpse of an old cave.

Oresund Bridge

Oresund Bridge

Located across the Oresund Strait between Denmark and Sweden, the Oresund Bridge is the longest combined motorway and railway bridge in Europe which connects the important metropolitan cities; Malmo in Sweden and Copenhagen in Denmark. It runs nearly five miles from Swedish coast to the artificial island Peberholm in the middle of the strait.

Malmo City Library

Malmo City Library

Opened in the year 1905, the Malmo City Library is a municipal library which consists of more than thousands of media including around ten thousand DVDs and thirty-five thousand music CDs. It became the first library to lend video games in Sweden in the year 2006. The City library features hundreds of books, magazines, films, CDs, talking books, video games, and newspaper in over sixty languages. It opens from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm for all the weekdays and 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on weekends.

Travelling to Malmo, Sweden

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Sweden defines Malmo as the 'Old Town' grandeur. It is the third largest city and is the capital of Sweden where old meets new; from its impressive castles to the public promenades of vibrant redeveloped waterfronts of Vastra Hammen. It also features the showpiece squares of Lilla Torget and Stortorget in the heart of its old town, Gamla Station. The tallest building of Scandinavia twists its way skyward gazing down over the beautiful Oresund Bridge. The modern engineering marvel reflects the progressive multicultural outlook of Malmo. It is no wonder that the city has a fabulous Italian coffee culture, Middle Eastern markets, edgy international eateries, chic bars counter, and contemporary and classic fine arts and theatre scenes.

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Malmo Travel Tips & Guide

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How To Get Around?

Getting around in Malmo is quite easy. You can explore this beautiful city through shared cars, trams, taxis, buses and cabs. Hiring or renting any vehicle is suitable for a leisure outing. Trams and ferries are the most economical mode to travel in the city. You can also hire or rent any vehicle for a leisure tour. Public transits are also available on the major tourist spots. Moreover, nearby attractions are excellent to explore on foot.

What Should I Wear?

Swedes love to dress fashionably with high comfort. Men should choose casual garments and women should go with elegant and stylish apparels. Prefer to wear natural fabric like silk, linen, cotton, and wool. Natural and light shades look fabulous in summer months. Do not forget to pack plenty of warm clothes for winter months. Moreover, include a floppy hat and a pair of bright sunglasses in your luggage.

Malmo Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

Malmo is best to explore in warm weather and sunshine. May to September features moderate temperature and pleasant surroundings which makes your outing remarkable. However, if you are aiming to enjoy chilly winters and snowfall, then November to March is good to plan.

Currency

Swedish krona

Will I Need a Guide?

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How To Get There?

Malmo does not have its own airport. Located twenty- four kilometres away from the city, Copenhagen International Airport serves as the main gateway with multiple international and domestic airlines. Malmo Central Station connects the city to its neighbouring towns. It can also be reached by car, bus, and boat. The roads are well connected with the significant leading highways which makes the journey convenient for those who travel through cars and vans. Travemunde also offers a ferry link to Malmo. You can catch any of these modes for getting into the city.

Additional Info

Carry a water bottle throughout the excursion. Take care of your belongings and valuables. Carry credit and debit cards instead of money. Don't miss out on any attraction of this beautiful city.