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Friisgatan 43, Malmö, 24142, Sweden
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Week-end Tour from Malmò

by abhijitsaha2000

Hi,
Could anyone suggest me a few week-end family tour starting from Malmò ? Preferably by train (not by bus) since my kid has vomiting tendency on bus/ car. Cheaper option always preferable. Ideally we can start on Thursday/ Friday night from Malmò and return back to Malmò on Monday/ Tuesday morning. We would like to enjoy natural beauty and species as much as available in & around Europe.
Thanks a lot in advance.
Cheers,
Abhijit

Re: Week-end Tour from Malmò

by Sjalen

Do you mean trips within Sweden or further away?

You could go to Gothenburg or Stockholm by train and enjoy the marvellous archipelago which you won't find in sandy Malmö. North of Gothenburg is the town of Lysekil with the "Havets Hus" ocean museum as well as seal safaris by boat.

If you want Nordic species guaranteed, I can actually recommend Skånes Djurpark, a forest zoo not far from Malmö at all. Have a look at my travelogue etc. on my Höör page:

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/30bb6/2eed4/

There are also plenty of places where you can see moose in the wild on safaris.

From Malmö, there are also convenient night trains to Berlin if you fancy a big city break:

http://www.berlin-night-express.com/

You can also go to Poland by ferry from Ystad (short train ride from Malmö) and check out the sandy dunes or the magnificent lake district with "bisons" there.

Let me know more specific interests :)

Travel Tips for Malmö

The net

by jonkb

Checking your email and surfing the net can be done several places, but it's hard to beat the free service at the library. That is if you can do with 15 minutes.

Check out the opening hours here. The page is in swedish, but you should be able to distinguish the times at the top just to the right of the middle.

Instant guide over the phone

by jonkb

This tip is only good if you understand Swedish. That's why I'll write the next in Norwegian (Follow the logic..)

På visse steder i Malmö har du muligheten til å få höre en guide fortelle deg om plassen du står på. Du ringer et telefonnummer, og får opplest en tekst om plassen. Det eneste du må vite på forhånd er telefonnummeret du skal ringe og plassens kode. Enkelte vil nok også vite at det koster nesten 10 svenske kroner per samtal.

Tjenesten fungerer ikke med kontantkort eller ikke-svenske abonnement. Internettadressen er: www.instantinfotainment.se

Kungsgatan

by diocletianvs

Park along Kungsgatan is one of the parks in residential parts of Malmö. It was established in the 1930s, together with the neihgbourhood. It is a long avenue-like park with St.Pauli Kyrka, six-cornered central-plan church dating from 1882 situated in the middle of the park.
On the photo is Jonas Froding's statue "Flora" from 1936.

Kungsgatan is easily reachable from the city centre - follow the canal on the south of the centre towards west - Kungsgatan is parallel with the Drottninggatan (the street directly on the canal.

Take a number, please

by HORSCHECK

At most places with customer service (e.g. Post Office, Tourist Information, Money Exchange) you have to take a number from a machine. Then you have to wait for your number to be called or to be shown on the display with the appropriate counter.
So instead of waiting in a line you are able to browse through other things while waiting for your number to be called.

Zlatan rules OK!

by Sjalen

So much so that some people think the Milan star Ibrahimovic (formerly Malmö FF, Ajax, Juventus, Inter and Barcelona) should have his own street. This one was not found in his childhood quarters on the Rosengård estate but just off Lilla Torg. In the Malmö press, Zlatan is a bit of a god which he certainly is not in Stockholm, but sure, he is one of the most internationally famous people to come from Malmö whatever you think of him. A while ago, him and partner Helena bought an expensive villa at the seafront for when they are back in Sweden, and that probably cheered up some neighbours since house prices rose even more...

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