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Highlights in Malmö
- Versatile metropolis
- Popular destination for anglers
- Central green areas
- Multifaceted golf courses
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Holiday cottages in Malmö
Holidaymakers who want to spend their holidays in a quiet residential area but at the same time in the big city will find in Malmö a spacious vacation rental or an attractive villa in the districts of Väster, Fosie or Husie. The residential areas extend south of the city centre from the western port to the eastern edge of the city. Your vacation rental is located close to shopping facilities and has good transport connections.Apartments in the centre
Visitors who wish to be in a central location near the city centre can rent a modern holiday apartment around the Folkets Park. Here you have a large selection of cafes, restaurants and supermarkets. In Väster you can alternatively find an apartment above the Hyllie Emporia Shopping Center or live in a holiday apartment in the Husie district in a traffic-calmed settlement.
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Location and orientation
In the extreme southwest of Sweden, the country's third largest city covers an area of 77.06 km². Malmö is connected to the eastern Danish capital Copenhagen by the 7845 meter long Öresund Bridge. The city is divided into five districts, which are divided into 134 urban areas. Malmö has more than 300,000 inhabitants.Harbour, beach and green areas
The western part of the city is characterised by the northern harbour, which is used for economic and tourist purposes. To the south of the harbour borders the Ribersborgsstranden, the city beach, which is separated from the residential areas by wide green areas. Other popular parks include Folkets Park and Pildammsparken.
Travelers and Activities
In Sweden, you do not need a fishing licence, but you must purchase a fishing permit (Swedish fiskekort). Around Malmö, anglers have a wide range of opportunities to go fishing. In the urban area below the Öresund Bridge, for example, trout and pike cavort. Popular fishing grounds include the surrounding waters such as Björk dammen or Sallerup dammen. With the M/S Tumlaren you also have the opportunity to go fishing on a cutter.Malmö for golfers
In Malmö, passionate golfers or beginners will find a total of eight golf courses spread across the city. The 9-hole par 3 Hylliebrokers Golfcenter is located directly on the beach and attracts 100,000 visitors annually. The 18-hole Malmö Burlov Golfclubb in Valdemarsro is just as much a respected course as the 12-hole Oxie Golfclubb in the southwest of Malmö. In nearby Bara a course at the excellent golf academy "PGA of Sweden National" is worthwhile.
According to surveys, Malmö is the most cyclist-friendly city in Sweden.
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Directly in the old town, surrounded by the Slottgraven and parks, in which an associated commander's house and a windmill are located, the historic castle complex of the 16th century is enthroned. The castle houses two museums of Malmö. The art gallery with changing exhibitions and the municipal museum, where visitors can learn about the history of Malmö.Saint Petri Church
St. Peter's Church is located on Stortorget Square and dates back to the 14th century. This makes the Protestant-Lutheran church the oldest building in Malmö. Inside, visitors can admire external frescoes, baroque furnishings and the imposing organ.Folkets Park
The city park "Folkets Park" south of the old town is one of the most visited destinations in Sweden. The park began at the end of the 19th century and is the oldest folk park in the world, which was also accessible to the working class. Today, the park invites you to take a stroll, visit cafés or concerts. For children there are playgrounds, a small fair or pony rides.