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Cafes in Malmö

A great cup of coffee makes all the difference when you’re out and about shopping and sightseeing. In Malmö we take our coffee very seriously, which is clear judging by the number of cafes and coffeebars constantly opening up around town. In Sweden the “fika”, which means drinking coffee with a biscuit on the side, is […]

Champions League in Malmö

Autumn in Malmö can only mean one thing: Champions League football! For the second year in a row Malmö FF have qualified for the group stage of the Champions League, putting them against the best clubs and players in Europe. This year we welcome Paris Saint Germain, Real Madrid and FC Shakhtar Donetsk to Malmö. […]

Stay at a hostel in Malmö

STF Vandrarhem Malmö City A hostel with 149 beds. There are dormitories, rooms with shower and toilet in the corridor and rooms with shower and toilet in the room. There are washing facilities and you can hire bed linen (SEK 60) and buy breakfast (SEK 65/35). The hostel is centrally located, close to the pleasant […]

Stay at a hotel in the heart of the city

Hotels for families with children Many hotels have made a special effort to make children feel welcome. Scandic City, for example, has children’s menus created by Jamie Oliver, a small gift upon arrival, pens and paper at the restaurant table and a playroom. This accommodation is right in the city centre. The More hotel, near […]

Springtime in the city

1) Malmö is known as the City of Parks, and we start the day with a bike ride or a walk to Pildammsparken and the flower beds by the Margaretapaviljongen.   2) Visit the exhibitions in Malmö Konsthall and eat lunch or have a coffee there. Continue with some shopping at the Triangeln shopping mall and in […]

A wonderful autumn day in the city

1) Start the morning with a coffee at Kaffebaren in Möllevångstorget. Take a walk around the vegetable traders in the square (market Monday-Saturday). Visit the east of the Möllan area and be impressed by the range on offer, check out the small shops around the area and buy some wonderful spices to take home.   2) Take […]

Outdoor art in the city

Artistic highlights Pegasus, a sculpture on a ten metre high granite pillar, by Carl Milles. Installed in 1950 at Linnéplatsen in Slottsparken. Optimistorkestern (The Band of Optimists), sculpture by Yngve Lundell. Installed in 1985 on Södergatan, the pedestrian street. Diamonds are Everywhere, sculpture (stones glistening like diamonds) by Sigurdur Gudmundsson. Installed in 2001 at Sundspromenaden […]

Art & design

Go for a walk and take in some art. Start at the beautiful orange Moderna Museet and finish at the small galleries of Möllevången. There are plenty of places for a coffee or a bite to eat along the way. And inviting art and design shops.

A night on the town

Malmö offers exciting nightlife with plenty of pubs, live events, restaurants with bars and night clubs that are open until it's nearly dawn. You can also spend the evening at the casino in Kungsparken.

Restaurants in Malmö

Malmö's diversity really flourishes in the city's restaurants. You will genuinely find flavours from all over the world. Choose crispy falafel or Michelin-starred fine dining, trendy steak houses or conscious vegan places. Exciting new places are opening all the time – find your favourite and tuck in!

Top 10 tourist attractions

Visiting Malmö for the first time? Then we think you should check out these sights. It'll involve a walk or a bike ride, offering both old and new. If you feel like a coffee or a dip in the sea along the way, you can do that.

Shopping Guide

Stroll along the one kilometre long pedestrian street through the city and browse among inspiring design shops. Or start the day by taking the train south and arrive within minutes at Emporia, one of the Nordic region's biggest shopping malls.
Malmö has a vast range of shopping options, all within easy reach.

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