Malmo, the third largest city in Sweden, is one of Northern Europe's most exciting, eco-friendly, and innovative cities. Malmo is home to a vast array of sustainable businesses and projects, vibrant new stores and exciting entertainment scene. Malmö with its renowned restaurant scene is also a hot spot for gastronomic enthusiasts. You should keep in mind that Malmo is a city with an incredibly bike-friendly infrastructure, if you're into biking. Add a bit of fascinating history and architecture to the mix. and you have a town that will surely please any seasoned traveler. Start your tour of this beautiful Swedish town with a chartered bus by Coach Charter Germany.
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1. Malmö Castle
When you're planning a city trip to Malmö, make to visit the famous Malmöhuss Castle. The historic building, built in the 16th century, is the oldest well preserved Scandinavian Renaissance fortress. Historically, it was one of Denmark
's largest defensive fortresses, to which Malmö still belonged back then. Today, the castle complex has become one of the most extraordinary cultural attractions in Malmö, as it houses several museums within its historic walls as well.
2. City Hall
Located on the main square, the town hall of Malmö was built in 1546. The façade that we see today was added in the 19th century, when the building was renovated. The Renaissance design of the facade is the work of the architect Helgo Zettervall. The sculptures of Malmö's historic figures, such as Jörgen Kock, Mayor of Malmö in the 16th century, and Frans Suell, Swedish businessman from the 18th century, are also at display here.
3. Lilla Torg
If you're eating out in Malmö, chances are you're going to find yourself on this lovely square in the center of the city. When Lilla Torg comes to life in the summer, there are dozens of restaurants and café terraces surrounded by historic buildings on the square. Lilla Torg is the smaller neighbor to Stortorget, the main square, which was built a little later. Back in the 17th century, this was a location for city residents to purchase at grocery stores, butcher shops and bakeries.
What's going to excite you about Malmö is the amount of greenery in the middle of the area. This park is situated to the west and south of the castle, bordering the moat. Slottsträdgården is a fairly recent project rooted in organic farming practices. There is a mosaic of theme flowers and herb gardens, along with a kitchen garden that grows vegetables sold on site. The park hosts seasonal activities such as the Harvest Festival, the Onion Festival and the high-profile Malmö Flower Show, which takes place in June.
Malmö 's oldest park, built in 1869-70, is separated by canal from Slottsträdgården. This land was part of the fortifications until the castle became redundant as a defensive structure and the area became a romantic English-style garden. With 120 tree species from three continents, the park is stunning, an elegant central fountain and wide paved paths along the canal. The 19th-century Grotto (Grottan), restored in the 1980s, is next to the fountain. Stortorget
6. Sankt Petri Church
St. Peter's kyrka or simply St. Peter's Church in Malmö is the oldest building in the city and dates from the 14th century. The red brick church was built in Gothic style and is about 105 metres high. Although the medieval frescoes were destroyed during the religious wars in the 16th century, the church still has enough to be on the list of Malmö's best sights. The impressive wooden altar and the restored murals in the chapel are also well worth seeing.
7. Öresund Bridge
Anybody keen on megastructures would want to cross the famous Öresund Bridge, which connects Sweden and Denmark. It is the longest railway and road bridge in Europe
, extending for eight kilometers to the man-made island of Peberholm. Here it switches to a tunnel to make the connection to Copenhagen
Södergatan is the main shopping street and one of the two oldest avenues in town. It predates all city squares, and in 1978 it became Malmö's first pedestrian route. Visit high-quality stores and restaurants, and iconic Swedish department stores such as Åhléns Area.
9. Turning Torso
Located west of the port, this unorthodox tower was designed by the Spanish neo-futurist Santiago Calatrava and, as the name suggests, has a twisting shape. At 190 metres high, Turn Torso is the tallest skyscraper in Scandinavia.
Next street, Malmö 's largest square is also the city's oldest square from the 1540s. There are several large administrative buildings and the City Hall is the most prominent
Your Coach Charter Germany bus driver will pick you up from Copenhagen International Airport or any other location in and around Malmo to get you to your final destination. Using our airport shuttle will take just about 40 minutes to reach Malmo city centre. Hiring your own coach and driver is the best option for comfortable, safe group travel. If you intend to visit Malmo, please approach our bus company. Whether you need to accommodate a large group or just a small family group, as a charter bus rental from our bus company Coach Charter Germany is the best choice. With more than 40 years of experience, we have the tour bus fleet, drivers, and knowledge to make your trip to Malmo a full success. If you need more details or are looking for an offer, please contact our Coach Charter Germany team now.