As a visiting journalist, you’d not normally be granted a peek behind the scenes of a city. In Malmö, however, a concept called A Slice of Swedish Hospitality offers visitors and journalists a unique chance to discover the cozy, everyday but still exotic side of the city by having dinner with a local family. You can’t get much closer than that!
The concept of A Slice of Swedish Hospitality is simple. You get allocated a Swedish host family and enjoy a dinner in their home. This will give you a chance to sample some Swedish delicacies, depending on the season and your host’s own preferences in the kitchen, and have a chat about everyday life in Malmö. You can ask about culture and traditions, find out about local stories and anecdotes or get insider tips on what to see or where to shop or have a drink in Malmö. Without question the most authentic way of experiencing the city.
All participants are welcome but there is a maximum of five people per group on each occasion. A Slice of Swedish Hospitality is organised by the small event company Mication, for further details and information, go to asliceofswedishhospitality.com.
For more information about interactive tourism in Malmö, contact Press officer Eva Eilstrup email@example.com.