Malmö is the third biggest city in Sweden and is constantly growing. The city also offers proximity to Denmark across the Öresund Bridge.
In recent years, Malmö has built a number of well-known, imposing buildings, including the Turning Torso, Malmö Arena and the Swedbank Stadium. Turning Torso is a magnificent building, no less than 190 m in height, making it Sweden’s tallest building.
Population: 320 147 inhabitants in Malmö
Ribersborg is a 2 km sandy beach in the centre of Malmö. The city also offers many fantastic parks including Kungsparken and Slottsparken, which are popular for recreation and picnics. If you are travelling to Malmö with children, there are 20 different themed playgrounds around the city where children can be creative and entertained by unusual climbing and playing frames.
Malmö Airport is located approx. 30 km east of Malmö. It takes about 40 minutes to get there from the centre of Malmö. You can get to the airport by car, taxi or airport coach. Once in the centre of Malmö, it is quick and easy to continue to Denmark on the Öresund train.