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Experience swimming the Scandinavian way and go skinny dipping at Ribersborgs open-air bathhouse, open throughout the year. The bathhouse first opened back in 1898, and has become a true Malmö gem that attracts both tourists and locals.
Kungsparken (City Park)
Malmö is well-known for its beautiful city parks. In the heart of the city, right by Malmöhus Castle, the 8.4-acre Kungsparken (The King's Park) is Malmö's oldest park. It was originally called King Oscar's Park after it was opened in 1872 by the Swedish monarch and is inspired by English gardens.
Slottsträdgården (City Park)
Across a little bridge from Kungsparken is another beautiful park, Slottsträdgården. Highlights are the castle windmill and seasonal plantings, including vegetables and colorful flowers like tulips, primroses, and sweet peas. Don't miss the sculpture Pegasus by Carl Milles, one of Sweden's most famous sculptors.
Western Harbour (Västra Hamnen)
Located about 2.5 km (1.55 miles) northwest of the Old Town, the buzzing, bayside Västra Hamnen represents the modern face of Malmö. It is a popular spot to stroll, sip coffee and browse boutiques, but mostly people come to marvel at the Öresund Bridge and ogle the Turning Torso twisting its way skyward. Follow the seafront in a southerly direction for 2 km (1.24 miles) and you will arrive at Ribersborgs Kallbadhus and its eponymous beach.
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When the season and the weather allow, you can borrow a bike at the hotel and explore the Western Harbor in the best way possible, working your way up to the city´s landmark Turning Torso, which is the tallest building in Scandinavia.
Oresund Bridge – A visit to Copenhagen
The magnificent Oresund Bridge (Øresundsbroen) is a 15-minute drive from Malmö city center. The bridge is multi-faceted — it is a road, a railway and a tunnel. The initial stretch is some 8 km (4.97 miles) in length to the man-made island of Peberholm. From there, it connects to a tunnel of 4 km (2.48 miles), constructed so as not to impact the incoming aircraft to nearby Copenhagen airport. It finishes in the Danish capital, Copenhagen
Lilla Torg — literally translated as "Little Square" — is one of Malmö's busiest spots, no matter the season. Its heritage can be traced all the way back to the 1500s, with the establishment of a medieval market here. Today it is the best spot in Malmö to enjoy a coffee, relax and people-watch. Numerous terraced cafés overlooking the town square jostle alongside one another and offer a variety of cuisines, from traditional Swedish classics to sushi.
Malmö City Library
Malmö City Library first opened in 1905. It is a fantastic blend of modern glass on one side and a historic castle on the other. It has been awarded several prizes for its architecture and work with knowledge and integration. The library houses more than 600,000 media publications and books in 60 different languages, and also arranges free events for both kids and adults.