Malmö city is a vibrant marketplace full of exciting shops, tasty restaurants and cozy coffeeplaces! Tourist information can be found at a number of “infopoints”, find them here. There are about 646 shops and 215 cafés and restaurants in Malmö City. Some of them are located along the highstreet and some inside our three citymalls: Hansa, Kv. Caroli and Triangeln. Don´t forget to take stroll along the smaller streets parallell to the highstreet, you will find some of the most lovely and unique shops and cafés there! We recommend a visit to “Davidshallstorg“, a litte square located on the east side of the main street “Södra Förstadsgatan”, here you will find an eclectic style, fair fashion and cusstomemade jewellery amongst other things. There are also some really great restaurants in this area. If you are interested in design and interior decoration you should visit “Engelbrektsgatan” in the old part of
With Malmös rental bikes it’s easy to get around Malmö, all year, around the clock. You have the option of buying a ticket for one or three days, or an annual ticket. Do what the residents of Malmö do – cycle! It’s a fantastic way of experiencing Malmö. You can either order a bike card (takes 3 days to arrive) or charge your jojo card (bus card) with a bike subscription. You can buy a Jojo card at the “Skånetrafiken” shop at the central station. This is a good option since you can load the same card with credit so that you can also ride the bus and the train. It is not possible to take the city bus (a green bus) in Malmö and pay in cash, you need a jojo card. 72 hour rental When you rent a bike for three days (72 hours), you can choose whether you want to
In Malmö you can find tourist information at many different places called “Infopoints”. At theese places you will find maps, informationfolders and people to answer your questions. here is a list of places in and outside of the city centre: In the city centre: • Travelshop, Carlsgatan 4A • Triangelns köpcentrum, Södra Förstadsgatan 41 • Pressbyrån, Södergatan 11 • Fintoan på Gustav Adolfs Torg, Gustav Adolfs Torg • Malmö Konsthall, S:t Johannesgatan 7 • Moderna Museet Malmö, Ola Billgrens plats 2-4 Outside the city centre: • Emporia shoppingcenter, Hyllie Boulevard 19 • Katrinetorp landeri, Katrinetorps allé 1 • First Camp Malmö, Strandgatan 101 • Limhamns Småbåtshamn, Vågbrytarevägen • Dockan Marina Malmö Cityhamn, Dockplatsen 1 • Malmö Airport, Visitors Center, Malmö – Sturup • Malmö Chokladfabrik, Möllevångsgatan 36B • Andelshamnen Lagunen, Vaktgatan 9, Limhamn You can recognize an infopoint by the green and white “I-sign” More information.
Here are just a few of Malmös amazing vegetarian restaurants! Satori Great salads, pizza and sweet stuff in a cozy cafélike atmosphere. Kockeriet Swedish celebrity chef Tareq Taylors cozy restaurant. Open for lunch and in the evenings wednesday-saturday. Holy greens Amazing salads with exciting ingredients! Locally produced, ecological produce. Healthy and tasty! Kafé Agnez A unique café with a cute yard. Really nice in spring and summer. Rawfood house The food is prepared with creativity and great care for the ingredients. There is no dairy, gluten, refined sugar or animal protein. Kao’s An ecological and vegetarian restaurant known for their tasty food, especially their vegetarian burgers. Don’t miss the ginger beer! Vegegården This is an asian vegetarian restaurant with a great buffé. Bon appétit!
Here are some great brunch tips in town: Gustav Adolf They have a 7 m long buffé. sundays 11am-4pm. Brunch á la vegas at Casino Cosmopol American inspired brunchbuffé every sunday at 1pm-3pm. Le boule brunch at Boulebar Saturdays and sundays at 11am-3pm they serve brunch and 90 minutes of boule is included. Kids are welcome. Restaurant Rosen This is the restaurant at the Renaissance hotel. brunch is served on sundays at 12 or 2pm. Call ahead and book a table. Clarion Hotel Malmö Live Saturday & sunday 7.30am – 10.30 am. A large hotel breakfast full of healthy, yummy and ecological food. Scandic Triangeln A great hotel breakfast!
How does English marmalades, German sausages, French cheeses and Italian chocolate sound? Yummy! Geraud International Street Market is coming back to Södergatan and Gustav Adolf’s Square in Malmö. At the market you can indulge in fine culinary traditions from many European countries. Besides the food stalls you will be able to purchase handicrafts including homemade French soaps. You’ll also find Fair Trade products from Kenya, leather goods from Hungary and flowers from Holland. See you around town! Stay tuned for the dates of the market in 2017.
On Friday november 24th you are welcome to enjoy Black Friday in the city! Lots of Malmö Citys shops have amazing offers this day and into the evening. See you in town!
Did you know that there are almost a thousand shops, restaurants and cafés in Malmö City? Walking along the streets you will find cozy cafés, great restaurants and unique shops. If you are new in Malmö it might be difficult to know where to start. This city map can help you find what you are looking for. You can get a printed version at your hotel. There are also large signs on some of the streets where you will find the map. Theese signs are located on Södra Förstadsgatan and Skomakaregatan. You can find an updated map on our landing page where you can search for specific shops, restaurants, infopoints for tourist information, parking, toilets or other categories. Welcome to explore Malmö City!
Do you want to know more about Malmö Live? The complex is open for the public, but if you want to know some fun facts about the newest building in town we recommend taking a tour! Malmö Live is a house of music, meetings and great eating experiences. Malmös new concert hall is located here, it has world class acoustics and room for an audiance of 1600 people. There is also a congress centre with a capacity of 1500 people. The congress centre is perfectly located in the middle of Malmö City, and still it has the best and quickest connections to two airports (Sturup and Kastrup) and the central trainstation. If you would like to stay here the Clarion hotel has 444 rooms and a great view! The Swedish celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson has developed the concept for the two restaurants in the hotel: Eatery Social Taqueria (by the
Malmö City has its own giftcard. It is a VISA card that can be loaded with any amount from 100 sek – 5000 sek. The Malmö City Giftcard can be used at over 370 locations in Malmö City, see all of them here. It is one of the most versatile cards on the market since it can be used for shopping, eating, staying at a hotel etc. Using the giftcard is simple. Draw the cards magnetic stripe and sign the receipt. You do not need a pin code because this card does not have a chip. It is important that you know what amount is on your card and let the cashier know what amount you want to pay with the gift card. For example if you want to buy a sweater for 600 sek and your giftcard has 450 sek on it you should tell the cashier that you
The Malmö festival or as we call it “Malmöfestivalen” is a streetfestival that takes place in Malmö City. The festival has been organised one week every year in August since 1985! Visit the festivals homepage here. The Malmö festival is a warm, friendly and sustainable festival. Right in the heart of the city you will experience everything from ground breaking art, music and culture to a variety of food that reflects the intercultural vibes and people of Malmo. With 1,4 million visitors every year it is the largest festival in a city environment in Scandinavia. Everyone is welcome and the best thing is almost everything is completely free! Photography: Jenny Leyman
There are a lot of christmas activities going on in the city. Take a walk through the christmas market on Gustav Adolfs torg (square), it is open from nov 26th-dec 23d. Enjoy the christmas lights and decorations in the trees, over the streets and in the giant globes on the square. The globes will also have events going on every week in december before christmas. We wish you a Merry Christmas, see you in town!
Welcome to Malmö Citys Design & art market. It takes place on the last weekend in september on Lilla torg (the little square). There are about 50 artists that come to sell their crafts every year. You will find a mix of art and crafts like textile, silver jewellery, glassware and ceramics. Our tip is: Visit the fair, have a nice dinner and then continue your evening on saturday 30th of September by visiting the “Gallery night”. Malmö Gallerinatt is a free event that anyone is welcome to participate in. This evening from 6pm to midnight Malmös art-galleries are open. Many offer wine and snacks and the city is usually full of people.