Pretty, laid-back and effortless to explore – the third largest city in Sweden is a breath of fresh air.
It's a place packed with culture, coast, great food and great company. There's enchanting medieval sights and a myriad of cobbled streets, great swathes of green parks and glorious sandy. The locals love their flea market almost as much as their Fika and the whole city is easy to get around on foot, bike or even kayak.
Our Malmo Kingdom is in the thick of it, sitting in the centre of the city’s cultural quarter. Step outside and you’ve got underground art galleries one way and breath-taking seascapes at the other. We’re opposite Central Station and just around the corner from Stortorget, the historic market square.
You’ll find gems around every corner, but what are the big hitters to look out for if you're Malmo bound?
A picture-perfect cobbled square with cafes, half-timbered houses and craft shops. The perfect place for a lazy sunny afternoon.View on Tripadvisor
This 16th-century fortress, and Sweden's oldest renaissance castle, is a real stunner. Built by King Christian III of Denmark, it's crammed with art, history and exhibits from the natural world.View on Tripadvisor
Ribersborg Beach is a 2.5km length of breath-taking beauty and visitors from around the world flock to use the traditional open-air bath house.View on Tripadvisor
The Turning Torso
A striking skyscraper and Sweden's tallest. Designed by Santiago Calatrava it mesmerizingly twists 90 degrees from the bottom to the top.View on Tripadvisor
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