Bosses Gastvaningar

Sodra Forstadsgatan 110B, Malmö, 21428, Sweden

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    Centre apartments

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    I haven't stayed here as I live in Malmö, but the apartments are located close to Möllevångstorget with its clubs and restaurants (see nightlife) and on walking distance to the pedestrian city centre. There is a cheap supermarket nearby and even if the area could be greener (it's opposite the hospital complex), it's location is good. Also a member of the independent hostel association SVIF.

    Unique Quality: Very close to Södervärn bus station with buses to Malmö Sturup airport, Lund and to Trelleborg with its ferries, as well as buses to all over Malmö of course.

    Directions: Bus to Södervärn or walk Södra Förstadsgatan all the way from the city centre.

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Forum Posts

Malmo locals don't like the Turning Torso.

by gonzo14

...This is what a Swede told me (not from Malmo).

I have doubts this is true.

Could people confirm that this is true or at least that it's the GENERAL concensus among locals.

Thank you.

Re: Malmo locals don't like the Turning Torso.

by Sjalen

Yes and no. We like the cool design and the fact that it has put Malmö on the map and that it has kicked Malmö into a more lively and international era than before. Many of us however think that the money spent on it could have gone to cut medical queues etc. but then again, it was built by a housing company and not in any way by the municipality. People not from Malmö seem a bit jealous of it :))) You can see what I've written about it on my Malmö page.

Re: Malmo locals don't like the Turning Torso.

by gonzo14

^^Thanks Sjalen.:-)...very helpful indeed.

Re: Malmo locals don't like the Turning Torso.

by EzzLou

I agree with the last post. I'm an Australian living in Malmo and I have found that most of the locals can't wait to show the torso to you. That's just my experience :-)

Re: Malmo locals don't like the Turning Torso.

by Sjalen

Are you a student? :) In that case I can understand if they want to show it to you. Parents with kids in sports halls and swimming pools are less impressed since we've got complete chaos with that sort of thing right now. Nothing has been maintained properly :(

Travel Tips for Malmö

Lund is a really nice campus....

by Lemonita

Lund is a really nice campus. Very green (there are a lot of trees)
I was lucky to be there in autumn, when the leaves started to change colors. It was simply lovely ! I had a very nice time with my friend. Thank you Tünde !!!!!!

Round tour by local bus

by HORSCHECK

Take a sightseeing tour on public transport by local bus no. 20 (Ringlinjen). The bus serves a round tour through Malmo city which lasts about 50 mins. The buses leave from the train station and a single ticket is only 15 SEK (about 1,60 EURO).

Öresundsparken

by diocletianvs

Öresundsparken is situated between Ribersborg neighbourgood and Ribersborg beach park. It was created in 1920s, and features formal part with straight-lined trees as well as natural area around narrow lakes.
It's a nice place for walking, resting or finding shade during the summer, and makes a great transition between the quiet neighbourhood and active beach open to the weather changes of the Strait.

Visiting Christian Churches

by aliante1981

Christian churches - be they Protestant, Orthodox, or Catholic - are a vital part of Europe’s cultural, artistic, architectural, and religious heritage, and as such you are likely (and I really recommend doing this:)) ) to visit many of them. However, most of them are even today not only major tourist attractions, but also religious sites where people come to pray. This is something to be respected, and here are several pieces of advice I would like to give that might help avoid ill-feeling:

- Dress modestly, covering shoulders and most part of the legs (women in Orthodox churches might be requested to put on something to cover the head);

- Do not speak loudly - all the descriptions are better either read in silence or given outside;

- Try not to walk too much during the service;

- Avoid using flash in your camera near people you see praying;

- Respect notes that forbid entrance to some parts of the church that are designated as ‘for prayer only’.

Following these simple guidelines helped me when I visited, I guess, more than 1000 churches up to date :)))

Sunny days by the sea

by Sjalen

On any sunny day, Malmö's citizens gather in Västra Hamnen to walk along the seafront promenade, have a coffee or Italian ice cream in a cafe and just people watch. See the second picture just to see how crowded it can get on a really good day. There is also the Scaniabadet jetty where you can go swimming and further plans to build a seawater pool complex there. Homeowners in the area complain about the traffic and noise on sunny days but the rest of us locals love it too and want to be part of it all even if we cannot afford the house prices here or refuse to pay the high rents.

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