• Western harbour in Malmö

    Western harbour in Malmö

    © Justin Brown/

  • Locally and organic vegetables at Rötter in Malmö

    Locally and organic vegetables at Rötter in Malmö

    © Miriam Preis/

  • Moderna Museet in Malmö

    Moderna Museet in Malmö

    © Miriam Preis/



All roads in the gorgeous province of Skåne in southern Sweden lead to Malmö. The city is part of the expanding Öresund region and is joined to Copenhagen in Denmark by the mighty, arching Öresund bridge.

For all the expansion, Malmö is a small, friendly city with a good choice of cultural attractions, including the new Moderna Museet Malmö. Look out for Malmö’s many quality restaurants and bistros and great cafés. And the shopping isn’t bad either, especially if you’re looking for Swedish design-ware and hip, new Swedish fashion labels.

Do yourself a favour and buy a Malmö City Card for discounts on entrance fees to attractions, goods and products in shops and free parking.

Malmö has serious designs on becoming a sustainable city and a is a world leader in the area. You can book sustaible tours and find out more about it here.

The Bridge

If you are a fan of Nordic-noir TV series The Bridge then find out more about The Bridge, or Örsesund Bridge, the symbolic setting for the Nordic-noir tv series and about Malmö in Skåne.

Bar and restaurant Victors at Lilla torg in Malmö

Malmö nightlife

Music is in the air and drinks glasses are clinking everywhere in after dark Malmö. Malmö bounces with clubs, pubs, bars and live music venues. Come and join the party.

The Malmö Festival

Get ready to party!

Malmö in Skåne, southern Sweden hosted the spectacular Eurovision Song Contest in May but the city is partying all year to celebrate. This friendly and trendy city has a great festival and music scene, from the Malmö Beach event to outdoor concerts and of course the mighty Malmö Festival.

Café in Malmö

Cafés in Malmö

It’s all about the coffee in Malmö. Their coffee bars mean business and locals know their beans, brews and blends like it was their lifeline.



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