Home to a diverse population of over 150 nationalities, Malmö has Middle Eastern food, Italian coffee, and hipster skate parks. Mixed in with all of these influences is a culture that’s authentically Scandinavian, with exquisite architecture and insanely good seafood. Visitors can see Scandinavia’s tallest building, the Turning Torso, a towering twisted skyscraper that looks like no other in the world. See more traditional architecture in Stortorget, Malmö’s central square lined with colorful buildings and great cafés.

Visit Malmöhus Castle, Sweden’s oldest renaissance castle and one of Gothenburg’s most popular attractions. This is a great place to learn about Scandinavian history and visit the Museum of Art, Natural History Museum, and the Tropicarium aquarium. Malmö is also famous for the Øresund Bridge, which connects the city to Copenhagen and gives visitors fast access to Central Europe. Take a trip across the bridge for a scenic drive you’ll never forget, and explore the Danish capital to broaden your Scandinavian horizons.

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