Malmö has a long history well integrated with modern life and immigration has made Malmö a multicultural centre. Malmö is famous for its parks, make sure you have a stroll in at least some of them, before you leave. You will find out it was very worthwhile.. The Western Harbour is a new - and very chic - district of Malmö, situated by the sea, and build on the former port and industrial land.. Stortorget - Lilla Torg - Gustav Adolf Torg and Möllevångstorget. Malmö Arena is the latest addition to northern Europe’s growing number of modern, multi-purpose concert and event venues...Malmö Arena is the latest addition to northern Europe’s growing number of modern, multi-purpose Hockey and event venues...Several interesting old buildings have been preserved in the very centre of Malmö...
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Malmö Info

Malmö is with its 300,000 inhabitants Sweden's third largest city. The city was founded in the end of the 13th century and is today south Sweden's commercial centre.

Visiting Malmö has never been easier. With the bridge - Öresundsbron - between Malmö and Copenhagen (Denmark), two of northern Europe's most expansive areas are joined together.

You will find excellent shopping possi- bilities, several hotels, restaurants and entertainment - all within walking distance. Only a few minutes from the city centre are some of the parks which have made Malmö "The City of Parks".

Malmö's rich cultural life, gives you a continental city with a multicultural atmosphere well worth visiting and experiencing!











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