See & Do
Folkets Park, the People´s Park, is the oldest park in Malmö but still going strong!
Our region Skåne is well known for it´s delicious cooking and skilled chiefs. A long history and plenty supply of good ingredients is the answere.
See the good bits of Malmö! The city is easy to discover by foot, bike, car or buss as distances are fairly short and there are plenty of paths for you both to walk and bike on. Hire a bike and discover the city on your own or through joining a guided tour.
Plenty of fashion makers choose Malmö as their point of departure. At Lilla Torg, Hedmanska Gården and Form and Design Centre, you’ll encounter the most modern selection of Swedish and Scandinavian design.
In the nights during the summer, Lilla Torg right in the middle of the city is swarmed by people getting together under the parasols, always with heaters nearby. This is a place where you happily relax for a while, enjoy a nice dinner and catch up with friends. Another popular area is Davidshalls torg and the multicultural Möllevångstorget.
Welcome – if you dare! – to the previous fortress and jail of Malmö. This is the place where rough criminals were imprisoned until 1909. At present, it houses museums, art galleries and a cafe. If you would like to know more about the fascinating history, follow the tracks of the prison cat down to the cellar vaults – exciting both for children and adults.
The museum of medieval ships is one of the true sightseeing spots in Malmö. Here are two full-scale duplicates of medieval ships. Welcome to join a little bit of the 13th century!
Tag along with SEA-U water workshop beneath the surface! This is where children, youths and adults are invited to discover the animals of Öresund through snorkelling and landing nets.
Fair trade shopping
In Malmö you’ll find shops of all kinds, selling anything between famous brands to little unique botiques where no produt is equal to another. As a red thread there is a pedestrian street running right through the city centre.
A day at the seaside
Go to Ribban, or Ribersborg as it’s actually called, if you want to feel the sand between your toes. The beach is perfect for families with children; kids can play and be both noisy and mischievous. The sea is very shallow which is good as it makes the water warmer and easier to bathe in.
Skate capital of Sweden
Malmö is the skate capital of Sweden, always taking the lead with new trends. Not to brag – but that’s actually the truth of the day.
A city in change
In the Western Harbour, a new housing area is spreading on what used to be industry grounds and sea bottom. Enjoy our city with the mixture of old fashioned and new.
Travel to the Northen Light
Visit the very northen parts of our beatiful country on your trip in Sweden. Discover the Aurora Borealis in December until March. What better way to do this than to stay the whole night at the Aurora Sky Station.