Malmo, Sweden – 5 things you probably didn’t know

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Did you know you can go wild swimming in Malmo? How about the best place to eat blood pudding?

1. Wild swimming is the activity of choice at Ribbersborgs kallbadhus (Limhamnsvägen, Brygga 1). It’s free, but if you want to use their changing rooms and sauna, there’s a £5 charge.

Malmo
Malmo

2. Ryanair is now flying to Malmo from London Stansted and flights cost from £15.99 one way (including taxes and fees).

Blodkorv
Blodkorv

3. One of the trendiest eateries in the city is called Bastard and a three-course meal there (Mäster Johansgatan 11) costs around £35 per head).

Fika
Fika

4. The Swedes love to people-watch, preferably during fika . A great place to fika is at café Noir (Engelbrektgatan 6) where coffee and a cinnamon bun will set you back £5.

Malmo by bicycle
Biking

5. Lots of hotels will lend you a bike free of charge, but if yours doesn’t, you can rent a bike at Rundan Kanalbåtar (Norra Vallgatan) for £14 for 24 hours.

Visit www.malmotown.com for more information on how to make the most of your time in Malmo.

(Bicycle image by moonhouse)

Malmo, Sweden – 5 things you probably didn’t know was last modified: November 4th, 2015 by Oonagh Shiel
Author: Oonagh Shiel (3400 posts)

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