Malmo Vacations

Malmo is Sweden’s third largest city and has a rich cultural life. Interesting architecture like the Turning Torso, a twisty skyscraper, and the Øresund Bridge, which connects Sweden to Denmark and is the longest rail and road bridge in Europe, brings a modern, unique flavour to the landscape. Museums, historical …

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Things to see and do in Malmo

__Olga__ | FlickrØresund Bridge
Øresund Bridge
Jaycee Reyes | Trip by SkyscannerTurning Torso
Turning Torso
Lina Söderberg | Trip by SkyscannerVästra Hamnen
Västra Hamnen
zjohnsto | Trip by SkyscannerMalmö Stadion
Malmö Stadion
Nate Moore | Trip by SkyscannerKungsparken
Matin Hamzeh | Trip by SkyscannerPildammsparken
Joseph Coureur | Trip by SkyscannerMalmö Museer
Malmö Museer
"The owner" | FlickrWheel of Malmö
Wheel of Malmö
Anjali P | Trip by SkyscannerOresund Bridge
Oresund Bridge

Reviews of Malmo

Katarzyna Katarzyna
Katarzyna Katarzyna

Airport is far away from the city and the transport to the city is very poor. There is nothing to see, nothing to do.

Tyson Bramer
Tyson BramerLos Angeles, California, USA

While a full trip here is recommend, a day trip from Copenhagen is definitely worth it as well. There are great new things here every year, so come be part of the trend!

Callum Soukup-Croy
Callum Soukup-CroyGlasgow, UK

A nice city a short train ride away from central Copenhagen. I would recommend combining the two, spending a few days in the latter and taking a day trip to Malmo. There is a brilliant complex of museums and historical buildings in the Kings Park to the west of the city centre.

Maria Alander Bengtsson
Maria Alander BengtssonMalmo, Sweden

I like this place, It's not so big but It's quite cozy. It's Bert close to Copenhagen, Denmarks capital city. It's only 20 minutes fr.o.m. Centrum to centrum.

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