Malmö

Copenhagen's falafel fueled little brother.
Malmö | Malmö in Sweden
St Petri Church in Malmö, Sweden | Malmö in Sweden
Malmo-city hall | Malmö in Sweden
Turning Torso building in Malmö, Sweden. Designed by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava it was officially opened on 27 August 2005. | Malmö in Sweden
Malmö Arena i augusti 2014 | Malmö in Sweden
Malmö synagoga. | Malmö in Sweden
Malmöhus, också kallad Malmöhus slott, är ett medeltida slott i Malmö som nuförtiden innehar museer. Före det här var det ett fängelse i flera år. | Malmö in Sweden
Malmö C, spår 7 | Malmö in Sweden
Casino Cosmopol, Malmö | Malmö in Sweden
The Stortorget, a large plaza in the center of Malmö. | Malmö in Sweden
i RAÄ:s bebyggelseregister (BBR). Läs mer i Wikipedia. | Malmö in Sweden
The Öresund bridge at sunset. | Malmö in Sweden
The Öresund Bridge, a conjoined twin-track railway and dual carriageway bridge-tunnel that bind together Denmark and Sweden. | Malmö in Sweden
The main mosque in Malmö, Sweden | Malmö in Sweden
Swedbank stadion i Malmö, inför finalen i UEFA U21-mästerskapet | Malmö in Sweden
Vattentornet i Pildammsparken, Malmö. Tagen av mig själv 17 maj 2005. | Malmö in Sweden
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City in 🇸🇪 Sweden with a population of around 320 thousand people.

Malmö is Sweden’s third largest city, located in the south of the country on the shores of the Öresund Strait. It’s a lively, multicultural city with a rich history and a diverse population, and is a popular destination for visitors from all over the world. The city centre is characterised by a mix of old and new architecture, and is home to a variety of interesting museums, shops and restaurants. There’s also a lively nightlife scene, and Malmö is well known for its annual music and arts festival, Malmöfestivalen. The city is also a convenient base for exploring the rest of southern Sweden, and is just a short train ride from Copenhagen in Denmark.

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Malmö is a nice city with a quite different vibe from Stockholm and Gothenburg. I enjoy that it feels more relaxed and that there are a bunch of restaurants from all over the world. I am not completely in love with the place like some of my friends. For a nicer and larger international city, I prefer crossing the bridge to Copenhagen, and for a mid-sized Swedish city, I actually prefer Helsingborg a little further north. The parks are great, the food selection more interesting than in most of Sweden, and you can't argue that you find delicious falafels here. On a nice sunny day is a great place to just hang out and have a beer at an outdoor pub or to enjoy authentic Cantonese cuisine at Köket LU.

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You can expect temperatures of around NaN° Celsius in November during the day in Malmö.