Malmo Holidays

Malmo is Sweden’s third largest city and has a rich cultural life. Interesting architecture like the Turning Torso, a twisty skyscraper, and the Øresund Bridge, which connects Sweden to Denmark and is the longest rail and road bridge in Europe, brings a modern, unique flavour to the landscape. Museums, historical buildings and theaters all make ... Read more
Malmo a destination for the traveller who enjoys the artistic side of life. Don’t forget to look out for the distinctive pepper cookies, sure to keep some spicy spring in your step.

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Things to see and do in Malmo

  • Øresund Bridge
    8.89 reviews
    Sights and Museums, Bridge
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  • Turning Torso
    7.610 reviews
    Sights and Museums, Landmark, Scenic Lookout
    Popular withArtsyStudents
  • Malmö Stadion
    9.04 reviews
    Sports
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  • Västra Hamnen
    9.04 reviews
    Outdoors, Harbour or Marina
    Popular withHipstersOutdoorsy

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Malmo reviews

  • 9.8
    Family Travellers
  • 9.4
    Outdoor Enthusiasts
  • 9.3
    Adventure Travellers
  • 9.0
    Art & Design Lovers
  • 8.5
    History Buffs

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Airport is far away from the city and the transport to the city is very poor. There is nothing to see, nothing to do.

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Los Angeles

While a full trip here is recommend, a day trip from Copenhagen is definitely worth it as well. There are great new things here every year, so come be part of the trend!

Recommended for:FoodiesBackpackersHistory BuffsArt & Design Lovers
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Glasgow

A nice city a short train ride away from central Copenhagen. I would recommend combining the two, spending a few days in the latter and taking a day trip to Malmo. There is a brilliant complex of museums and historical buildings in the Kings Park to the west of the city centre.

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Local from Malmo

I like this place, It's not so big but It's quite cozy. It's Bert close to Copenhagen, Denmarks capital city. It's only 20 minutes fr.o.m. Centrum to centrum.

Recommended for:Budget TravellersFamily TravellersNightlife Lovers
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Huntington Beach

I discovered this small town easily taking the train from Copenhagen to Malmo. It's an easy day trip only about 30 minutes from Copenhagen's central train station. Wander around...

Recommended for:StudentsArt & Design Lovers
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Small, but cute and charming (if you're in the right part). Not very special though. You can stroll and shop a little, but it didn't seem very lively when we went there.

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Bloomington

Skåne's capital. A growing international city. Across the bridge from Copenhagen.

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New York City

Malmö is a nice little town that's seems like a smaller and more manageable version of Copenhagen, just across the sound. If I'm in Copenhagen, I usually make a day trip to Malmö, which is quite easy with the frequent train service.

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Haifa

a sleepy, boring town. It has some architecturally interesting stuff, and an awesome building with HUGE letters saying WTF written on it. Not very interesting though. The only thing I liked about my brief visit there is the park near the sea, which I visited when wanting to see the bridge to Copenhagen. Not the best place to spend your time at.

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Saint Albans

A beautiful picaresque place, small but delightful. Check out the twisted torso and watch out for the locals coming out for a dip in the North Sea in the evening just before sunset in Summer.

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