Malmö, in southwestern Sweden, is the country’s third largest city. It is almost a suburb of Copenhagen, Denmark, and at one time actually was a Danish city. Malmöis connected to Copenhagen by the Oresund Bridge. Visitors staying in Malmö hotels can stroll through the Stortorget, the beautiful downtown square and visit the Radhus, built in 1546. They can also shop the Sodergatan, the main pedestrianized shopping street. Among the interesting churches is the 14th century Gothic St. Petri kyrka. Another interesting square is the 16th century Lilla torg, where there are many bars. This square is an important part of local nightlife. You will want to see the Rooseum, an art gallery housed in a former power station. A must-see is the 15th century castle, Malmhus. Visitors to Malmö should purchase a Malmöcard. This card allows you admittance to all of the city’s museums without charge. Malmo is an excellent base from which to visit Copenhagen. Whether you are here for a vacation or just a weekend, Malmöwill give you a memorable experience.
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