Updated, Aug 2020


Malmo is Swedish industrial town on southern part of the country on the edge of 16km long the Oresund strait across Copenhagen and connected by Oresund bridge.The city has lots of beautiful buildings, including iconic Turning Torso. many of greens and beaches across the seashore. 

Getting In & Around

Getting in

Malmo Airport
30 km south, Bus: 105 SEK /85 SEK (kids), Taxi: 450-600 SEK ( €50-65

Copenhagen Airport
30 km West in Denmark, Train: 110 SEK, Bus: 39-69 SEK, Taxi: 500 – 600 SEK approx

Central railway station, Trains to Copenhagen Airport, Shopping, supermarket and good public facilities including Luggage deposit are available here. Station is air conditioned

Getting around

Public Transport
single ticket 22 SEK, 24 hrs ticket 75 SEK /45 SEK (kids) Unlimited use in public transport for 24hrs, 72 hrs ticket 188 SEK /112 SEK (Kids)
Visit website

Public transportation is fine and distances are not very much. City buses and intercity buses run by the city, although the city is very cycle friendly. Tickets are available at stations, automatic machines, 7eleven store kiosks and on mobile APP (Android/iPhone)

Piazza Duomo

See & Do

Malmö Museum: 
museum | opening hours: 10 am to 5 pm, tickets: Adult: SEK 40, Students: SEK 20, Free for young & Children under 19,  Visit websitephone: +46 40 34 44 00email: Malmöhusvägen 6, Malmö

Øresund Bridge: 
bridge | opening hours: 24 hours, tickets: Toll for CarCash € 54 /Online € 49,  Visit website

Turning Torso: 
residential skyscraper | location: Lilla Varvsgatan 14, 211 15 Malmö

Malmöhus Slott

Moderna Museet Malmö
museum | free entry

St. Peter’s Church

Piazza Duomo


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