IntroductionSweden’s third largest city with a population of just over quarter of a million, Malmo is the capital of Sweden's Scania region. Malmö belonged to Denmark until 1658 and dates back to the 12th century. It’s one of Sweden’s most popular cities, a small, friendly and pleasant place where almost everything is located within easy walking distance. As the country's most southerly city, Malmo enjoys relatively mild temparatures and is therefore all the more pleasant to explore!
There are various things to do and see, although notable is that despite its long history, the city is probably most famous for two of its more recent structure; the Oresund Bridge which connects it to Denmark and Santiago Calatrava's Turning Torso building.
Once you've viewed the most famous sites, there are canals, parks, zoos, monuments, and impressive architecture still to see. The nightlife of the city is also vibrant, with a huge variety of bars & pubs (probably thanks in part to the large resident student population!)