Five Hours in Malmo, Sweden

Five Hours in Malmo, Sweden, Malmo, Sweden (B)

Did you know the Swedish city, Malmo, is just 27 miles from Copenhagen in Denmark? After realising this during our trip to the Danish capital, we decided to hot-foot it over to Sweden and tick off TWO countries in one go!

It couldn’t have been easier to do. The journey by train is just 35 minutes. From our hotel it was just a short walk to Copenhagen central station and we simply bought our tickets from a machine which had an English language option. We narrowly caught the train to Malmo although I’m not sure the train operator was particularly pleased with me shoving the buggy in the closing doors in our bid to climb aboard.

If we had missed it, it wouldn’t have been a disaster as they depart every half an hour. The journey involves going over the five-mile long Öresund bridge – the longest combined road and rail bridge in Europe.

My three-year-old daughter, Mrs T, is a big fan of trains and she enjoyed looking out at the sea, counting the number of planes flying over during our short journey into Sweden (it was four). Oh, and taking selfies too. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Five Hours in Malmo, Sweden
Guide Location: Sweden » Malmo
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Elizabeth Callaghan
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Öresund bridge
  • Peak Performance
  • Atmosfar
  • Malmo castle
  • Turning Torso
  • Lilla Torg