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Sweden’s third-largest city Malmö in the south of Sweden is a symbol of cross-border diversity and a creative and inquisitive mini-metropolis. Starting as an industrial city, Malmö is now a knowledge hub, known for its environmental work. Here you find the Scandinavia's oldest renaissance castle close to the hip new sustainable district of Västra Hamnen. The Eurovision Song Contest 2013, the World Junior Hockey Championship 2014 and the IIHF World Championships 2015 show that Malmö is the place to be in terms of international events.

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Malmö Museum
Malmöhusvägen 6, Malmö

Southern Sweden’s largest museum is located on Malmöhusvägen in the heart of Malmö in a beautiful park-like setting surrounded by canals. Here you can see everything from the Nordic region’s oldest surviving Renaissance castle to a real submarine and fantastic vehicles. The museum’s permanent exhibitions focus on history, natural history, technology and seafaring. There are also about a dozen temporary exhibitions every year. Next to it is the Fiskehoddorna, a popular seafood market where fresh fish is sold over the counter.

Malmö's Beautiful Parks

Whether you’re seeking tranquillity, ecological marvels, or invigorating exercise, Malmö’s green areas offer a wealth of experiences to satisfy your desires. Discover the enchanting allure of Kungsparken, Malmö's cherished gem and the city's oldest public park, established in 1872. Immerse yourself in the park's charming English-style design, where strolling amidst the verdant landscapes sets the stage for unforgettable outdoor adventures and delightful picnics. Indulge your senses in the eco-friendly haven of Slottsträdgården, where nature's bounties await. Here, you can immerse yourself in a world of freshness, purchasing vegetables plucked straight from the fertile soil, vibrant flowers, and plants. Keep an eye out for the bustling activity of SVT's popular TV program, Garden Times, which finds its home within these beautiful gardens. You might even catch a glimpse of the skilled gardener, John Taylor, tending to the blooming wonders. Nestled in the heart of the park, Tareq Taylor's beloved outdoor garden café invites you to unwind amidst the lush surroundings, providing a refreshing retreat during the sun-kissed summer months. Prepare to be captivated by the grandeur of Pildammsparken, Malmö's largest park. Originally crafted for the Baltic Exhibition in 1914, this expansive landscape was further perfected in the 1920s under the visionary guidance of city engineer Erik Bülow-Hube. Explore the park's vast expanse and discover some of Malmö's most revered jogging tracks, inviting you to embark on invigorating runs amidst the picturesque scenery.

Bloom in the Park
Pildammsvägen 17, Malmö

Bloom in the Park is a charming lakeside lodge serving modern European cuisine in a luxurious but relaxed setting. Nestled in the lush surroundings of Pildammsparken, one of the region's most stunning public parks, Bloom presents a refreshing surprise. Embracing their unique "No Menu" concept, they serve the finest dishes based on availability, the day, and the prevailing mood. This approach ensures that every meal is a delightful and delectable surprise, leaving you satisfied and eager for more.

Landbygatan 5, Malmö

Namu, a trendy contemporary restaurant, is the culinary playground of Jennie Walldén, a former winner of Swedish MasterChef. Prepare to be dazzled by the colourful and delightful creations that merge vibrant Korean flavours with a modern Scandinavian twist. As Korea meets Sweden on the plate, a symphony of unique taste sensations unfolds, leaving you in awe of the harmonious fusion.

Södra Förstadsgatan 41, Malmö

Situated in the heart of Malmö, Triangeln is a bustling shopping mall that offers a diverse and engaging retail experience. With its central location and modern architecture, Triangeln draws in visitors from near and far. It features a vast array of shops, ranging from popular fashion brands to specialty stores, electronics, and much more. In addition to a variety of dining options and convenient amenities like a grocery store and a pharmacy, ensuring that all your needs are met in one place.

Hyllie Boulevard 19, Malmö

Emporia is one of the largest shopping centres in Scandinavia and has become an iconic landmark in the region since its opening in 2012. Its architecture is unique and eye-catching, featuring a distinctive design inspired by the shape of a pebble. The centre spans several floors and offers a vast retail space housing over 200 shops, boutiques, and department stores — from popular international brands to local Swedish designers. Plus, numerous restaurants, cafés, and food courts. With its convenient location near the Öresund Bridge, Emporia is easily accessible from both Malmö and Copenhagen, attracting visitors from both sides of the border.


Sweden can be visited visa-free for up to 90 days by citizens of Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Israel, UAE and most countries in America. If you are unsure whether or not you need to apply for a visa, we recommend contacting the embassy or consulate in your country. International (non-Schengen) travellers need a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after the end of their intended trip in order to enter the Schengen zone. Citizens of Schengen countries can travel without a passport but must have a valid ID with them during their stay.

Malmö Airport, Malmö

Malmö can be reached by air via Malmö Airport (MMX) and Copenhagen Airport (CPH). Malmö Airport is about 30 km east of the city and you can go by car, taxi, or shuttle bus. The trip takes about 40 minutes. Copenhagen Airport is the region’s international airport and is reached most easily by the Öresund trains that stop at the airport. The journey between Copenhagen Airport and Malmö takes about 25 minutes and trains depart every 20 minutes.

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