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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The Öresund Region

The Öresund Region is a prime example of European cross-border interdependence. The region, which during many centuries was under one flag, today encompasses the Danish islands Zealand, Lolland, Bornholm, Falster and Mön, and the southern part of Sweden, Scania. The Region today is a result of an intense co-operation between Sweden and Denmark when deciding on and building the fixed link between Copenhagen and Malmö - the Öresund Bridge. The Öresund Region became a hub for economic and cultural activity in this part of Europe, and an area of quick growth and development, with Copenhagen as a natural capital. Swedes and Danes migrate or just commute over the border in order to work, study, shop or entertain themselves. Feeling the pulse, more and more leading international companies choose to settle down in the area. Despite noticeable differences between the two nations, Swedes and Danes communicate without any bigger problems - the language is pretty much the same...

The Öresund Bridge

The Öresund Bridge (Öresundsbron), which opened up for traffic in July 2000 is unique since it connects two countries, Denmark and Sweden.

For more than a houndred years the two countries planned a fixed link between Malmö and Copenhagen but one obstacle after another graveled the plans, until now. The bridge is a combined bridge and tunnel and one of the largest constructions in Europe with its 8 kilometre bridge, 4 kilometres artificially made island, called Pepparholmen, and a 4 kilometres long tunnel.

The Öresund Region is one of today's most important and dynamic areas in Europe in terms of growth and environment. There are roughly 3.5 million people living within a radius of about 100 km.

You can cross the bridge by car or take the Öresund-train from Malmö Centralstation, Trialgeln Station or Hyllie Station to Copenhagen International Airport. and to the City Center of Copenhagen and You will be there in less than 20 minutes!









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