When in Malmo, take the time...
When in Malmo, take the time to discover Northwest Skåne: Castles and manor houses, charming inns, wide beech forests, golden rape fields, long sandy beaches, flowering apple trees in Österlen, apple markets and cider in Kivik, historic buildings in Ystad, shopping in Malmö, culture in Lund, tennis in Båstad, ceramics and handcrafts, wonderful parks and gardens, over 50 golf courses open all year round, walking, cycle and riding paths and much much more...
The Swedish currency is the krona, made up of 100 öre.
The following coins are used in Sweden: 50 öre, 1 krona, 5 kronor and 10 kronor, and the following banknotes: 20 kronor, 50 kronor, 100 kronor, 500 kronor and 1000 kronor.
know that in Sweeden there's a...
know that in Sweeden there's a special law: Allemansratten which says that it is ' everyone's law'.For example:
You can put up your tent wherever you want for free but only if this place is at least 100 m far from the private on the other hand you have to ask the owner. Malmo in my opinion is very quiet & safety place
Malmý Tourisim- Central Station
This is the place to obtain advice abd information on Malmý. There are maps, postcards, souvenirs, books and others found in the shop.
October - April:
Mon-Fri 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sat 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Closed on Sundays
May and September:
Mon-Fri 9 a. m. - 6 p. m.
Sat-Sun 10 a. m. - 1 p. m.
Mon-Fri 9 a. m. - 8 p. m.
Sat-Sun 10 a. m. - 5 p. m.
Swedes are always on a first...
Swedes are always on a first name basis and people usually do not appreciate being called Sir or Madame. In many other countries it is seem as common cortesy by young people to address elders this way, but not in Sweden.
You are expected to give a tip at restaurants and to the taxidriver, although there are usually no hard feelings should you decide not to. But, as in most other countries in the world, leaving a tip shows appreciation for the service provided.