Exploring Malmö


Malmö Castle

Two weeks ago, we visited Malmö as part of our Southern Sweden trip and stayed there for a couple of nights. Although I´ve been to Malmö a few years ago, it was a very short visit and I was not able to explore the city. This time, we had enough time to see around and the great location of the Radisson BLU Hotel Malmö made it even easier for us to reach the top attractions faster. In case you are traveling to Malmö, here are some of my travel tips:

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Malmö Town Hall


Malmö Central Station

Turning Torso: This is a residential skyscraper designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, and as the name suggests, looks like a turning torso.

Malmö Saluhall: Nice restaurants just like the Östermalm´s Market Hall in Stockholm

Malmö Castle


Castle Mill

Apotek Lejonet: I love the display of old medicine jars 👍

Caroli Church: This church was built in 1880 and is also referred to as the German Church.

Moderna Museet Malmö

Malmö Stadsteater

Gamla Stan or Old Town: This is the Gamla Väster which includes the Little Square among others.

Lilla Torg (Little Square): Being much smaller than the Stortorget has it´s advantage as there are more shops and restaurants close to each other here than what you´d find in the bigger square.

Gustav Adolf´s Square

Saint Peter´s Church: This brick Gothic church is Malmö´s oldest church and the city´s oldest preserved brick building.

Inside the St. Peter´s Church

Flensburgska Huset

Pasaje Lejonet: Located between Stortorget and Kalendegatan, this passageway reminded me of the Pasajul Villacroce and the Pasajul Macca in Bucharest although the ones in Bucharest are much more beautiful and wider 😉

Suellshamnen: Nearby you will find the Spectral Self Container and the Knotted Gun.