The spring months are light and verdant in Malmö. The pavement cafés and restaurants in Lilla Torg are packed with visitors enjoying the sunshine. Easter and Walpurgis Night are public holidays when there are lots of extra events in the city and surrounding areas.
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There are more than two hundred playgrounds in Malmö, and twenty or so of them are specially designed themed playgrounds. There are footpaths and cycle paths all over the city. And children are never far from a bathing site – all year round!
1) Start the day with breakfast at Solde Kaffebar. Order a coffee, brewed using beans roasted by the café in-house, a filling sandwich or maybe a freshly baked croissant. 2) Then it’s on to Scaniabadet in the Western Harbour for a refreshing morning dip. Check out the Turning Torso, stroll along Strandpromenaden to the Ribersborg beach […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
Borrow or hire a bike and pedal away. Experience a wonderful ride among fascinating buildings in the city.