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The third largest city in Sweden, Malmö is an industrial city with emerging IT companies, evolving architectural developments and a wide majority of students in its population. The beautiful mix of the old and the new; from the historical buildings of Gamla Staden to the contemporary architecture of Västra Hamnen's waterfront, attracts visitors globally.

 

Oresund Bridge,Malmo     |    Image by Thomas Arvidsson from Pixabay 

Originally a fortified port, Malmö was founded in1272 and dominated the trade industry. The industrial revolution and the opening of the Oresund bridge in 2000, accelerated the business surrounding the port. Due to the presence of foreign companies and organizations in the city which provide employment to the majority of its citizens, the city bustles with culture and life.

 

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The Oresund bridge is world-famous and is an evident example of the daring feats of construction and engineering of the city. An impressive modern structure, it is an 8 km railway and motorway bridge which provides traffic relief to the thousands of people commuting daily to work.

Wander around the Old Town and explore the myriad variety of small shops, quaint restaurants and sophisticated galleries. The city hosts a huge collection of museums and is a learner’s paradise. Explore modern design at the Form/Design Center located south of the historic Lilla Torg. A lovely space dedicated to modern art, design and architecture, replete with a courtyard and café, this museum is an art lover’s haven. Visit the gorgeous Malmöhus Castle and spend a day reimagining the life of Swedish royalty in the 16th century. The oldest preserved Renaissance castle in Scandinavia, it hosts an aquarium and museum, displaying various exhibitions from Nordic art to history of the city

Malmo has an oceanic climate. Days last for 17 hours during summers but only 7 hours during winters. Summers are mild and pleasant whereas winters can get cold, with temperatures dropping to -3 °C. It’s a fairly windy city due to its location at the edge of the sea.

Considered to be one of the most eclectic cities of the country, spiraling modern skyscrapers line the landscape and centuries-old brick houses surround the city giving it a splash of diversity, this magnificent city finds a permanent place in your heart. 

 

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Malmö Museer

Situated in the Malmöhus Slott, Malmö Museer includes three of the most popular museums in the city, the Malmö Konstmuseum, which houses exhibitions and displays ranging from Swedish furniture to historic Nordic art, Stadsmuseum which discovers the vast history of Malmo and a beloved Aquarium which is famous among children.

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Västra Hamnen

A vibrant area situated just 2,5 km from the Old Town, Västra Hamnen showcases the modernity of the city. Take a stroll in the area and window-shop at the numerous quaint boutiques with your friends and family. You can also enjoy a marvelous cup of coffee and marvel at the wonderful Öresund bridge and the Turning Torso.

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Öresund Bridge

The Oresund bridge is world-famous and is an evident example of the daring feats of construction and engineering of the city. An impressive modern structure, it is an 8 km railway and motorway bridge which provides traffic relief to the thousands of people commuting daily to work. It is an engineering marvel worth visiting.

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Moderna Museet Malmö

Formerly a power-generating turbine hall, architects Tham & Videgård transformed it to a beautiful museum housing works by Dalí and Picasso. The museum’s galleries are a must-visit with regularly updated art exhibitions. Moderna Museet Malmö’s gorgeous contemporary exteriors give ample reason to spend time here.

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Gamla Staden

Gamla Staden includes the lovely Stortorget and the lively Lilla Torget. Malmo’s Old Town is a place straight from a fairytale, with its cobblestone streets, half-timbered houses and bold facades. Wander around the Old Town and explore the myriad variety of small shops, quaint restaurants and sophisticated galleries.

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Malmöhus Slott

Visit the gorgeous Malmöhus Castle and spend a day reimagining the life of Swedish royalty in the 16th century. The oldest preserved Renaissance castle in Scandinavia, it hosts an aquarium and museum, displaying various exhibitions from Nordic art to the history of the city.

Karlskrona

An idyllic port, Karlskrona reflects the country’s grandeur. An excellent example of town planning, it is the perfect destination to unwind and connect with your family and friends. Home to multiple UNESCO World Heritage sites like the old shipyard, the naval base's oldest constructions and the three churches, the town attracts tourists from all over the world.

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Arild

Situated in the Höganäs Municipality, Arild is a small village known for its beautiful coastline. Extremely popular for its numerous sporting and recreational activities such as Tennis, Golf and Sailing, the area is full of life during the summers. Enjoy a trek or a hike to Kullaberg, stroll along the waterfront and live amongst nature.

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Helsingborg

Popularly known as ‘the Pearl of The Sound’, Helsingborg is a relaxing, well-looked-after coastal city. It has a fantastic open-air museum, Fredriksdal and many acres of lush parks for strolls and picnics. You can have numerous seaside promenades here and catch up on sunbathing. Don’t forget to visit the Gothic church Sankta Maria Kyrka for an atmospheric experience.

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Ystad

An attractive town replete with a fascinating history, Ystad is medieval with its splendid museums and art galleries. It is the learners’ paradise, and the perfect place to discover the culture, traditions, historic sites and vibrant towns, cities and nature of Sweden. Take a guided tour and visit the St Knut’s square and the historic Grey Friar’s monastery.

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Simrishamn

The heart of Österlen, Simrishamn is a gorgeous coastal town. With cobblestone ladled streets, alleyways and quaint backyards, this charming town captures your heart. St. Nicolai Church and the rose garden in the center of the city are a must-visit. Admire the huge variety of roses planted in the garden and spend a relaxing time here.

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Kivik

The historic fishing village of Kivik is home to an eclectic mixture of older and newer buildings. It is host to the country’s oldest cinemas and the oldest Österlen museum. Feel the breeze in your hair as you walk in the old town close to the harbour. There is something for everyone, with exciting adventures and sights and innumerable delightful shops, restaurants and cafés.

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