We stick together in Malmo

Malmo is the third largest city in Sweden with a population of approximately 350 000 people. Malmo is part of Greater Copenhagen, a metropolitan region centered around the strait Oresund. Copenhagen on one side and Malmo on the other.

Enjoy the city

 

Ideas and momentum flow in Malmo. You feel this flow when you visit. You feel it in our art, our music, our food. You feel it in our diversity and people. Malmo is a place where people come to fulfil their dreams. A city with room for ambition and talent – and that invites you to join in.

What to do

 

Malmo is a well-developed event destination. There are both small and large sports events but also many cultural institutions and cultural events to take part in during your stay.

We stick together with map

 

Malmo is the industrial centre that became an academy that became a city to savour. A city where you will experience something new. Welcome to Malmö. It starts here.

How to get to Malmo?

 

By air

There are two options for getting to Malmo by air. The first is to fly to Copenhagen’s airport, Kastrup, and take public transport across the bridge into Sweden. The other option, is to fly straight to Malmo’s own airport. Both airports are roughly the same distance, 20 minutes, from the city itself.

By train

Long-distance trains from around Sweden stop at Malmo Centralstation (the Central Station). It is in the middle of the city and has loads of shops and restaurants. Local commuter trains also stop here, as do international services. For train times and to book online visit ACP Rail.

By bus

Swebus and Nettbuss services from Oslo, Copenhagen and major Swedish cities arrive and depart from stop Norra Vallgatan, a very short walk south of the train station.

It’s also possible to get to Malmo from Berlin and Paris with Gråhundbus and Swebus, but these services all require a change in Copenhagen. Note that if you travel to Malmo with Grahundbus you will be dropped on Gustav Adolfs Torg, 700 metres south of the Central Station.

By ferry

Up to three Finnlines ferries per day connect Malmo with Travemünde on the north coast of Germany. The journey takes around 9–10 hours, and cabins are compulsory on night crossings. City bus 34 provides a connection between the port and Värnhem, near the centre of Malmo.

By bike

Up to three Finnlines ferries per day connect Malmo with Travemunde on the north coast of Germany. The journey takes around 9–10 hours, and cabins are compulsory on night crossings. City bus 34 provides a connection between the port and Varnhem, near the centre of Malmö.

By tram

Up to three Finnlines ferries per day connect Malmo with Travemunde on the north coast of Germany. The journey takes around 9–10 hours, and cabins are compulsory on night crossings. City bus 34 provides a connection between the port and Varnhem, near the centre of Malmo.

Malmo Arena

 

12 600 people

maximum capacity

30 000 sqm

area

6.11.2008

inauguration

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