Malmo, the third largest city of Sweden is rich in history, marvelous architectures and bustling squares. Here are the amazing things you can do in this lively city, to make your trip to Malmo the ultimate Swedish retreat.
In the old town of Malmo (Gamla Staden), explore the central and oldest square of the city - the Stortorget Square.
Witness the stunning architecture of the Turning Torso, a 190-meter high residential building. It twirls at 90o from the bottom to the top of the building.
Cross the Oresund Bridge, a modern architectural marvel which connects Sweden and Denmark through motorway as well as railway.
Take a tour of the oldest surviving castle in Scandinavia - the Malmohus Castle which now houses extensive museums and an aquarium.
Eat. Drink. Shop. Repeat. in the Lilla Torg, a bustling little square in Malmo full of chic eateries, nice bars and local shops.
Dawdle around the Ribersborg beach to watch the best sunsets in Malmo.
Get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and relax in Malmo’s best urban parks: Kungsparken and Slottstradgarden.
Say your prayers at the striking St. Peter's Church, a magnificent 14th-century brick architecture with intricately designed interiors.
Gaze at the impressive amalgamation of the Renaissance and modern architecture of the Malmo City Library building, or go inside and read a book or two from their extensive book collection.
If there in August, sing along, shake a leg or just listen to an ensemble of amazing artists at the free-to-enter festival - the Malmofestivalen
If you’ve children on-board, stop by the Folkets Park, an amusement park with a ferris wheel to ride, a half pipe to skateboard, and many more fun activities to enjoy.