Everybody (well, almost!) likes receiving letters - I certainly do, though there are other, more modern and efficient means of communication - e-mail, phone, and such like. However, if you simply like getting letters or if you need, say, the originals or paper copies of some documents sent to you while you are on the move, you can use the poste restante service. Your best bet is to use the American Express service, which is available for free to clients - you should hold either their card or travellers cheques. They are reliable and present in all major cities.
The bridge that link us to the rest ..Europe
The new bridge, the beach and the people.
U have to visit 'Lilla Torg' and the old and new library.
There are many restaurants, theaters, clubs and if u are tired many good hotels. Now the bridge is open for Traffic...By car or train. The train takes U directly to Copenhagen airport or Copenhagen city (and back ofcourse) from Malmö. But U can still take the ferry over the canal.
Having been to Scarborough and Whitby, I was already familiar with the concept of Supa Loo public conveniences but in Malmö, they went one step further when the Central station lavs were privatised. It will set you back SEK 5 to use them but hey, you get a toilet aquarium! Sweet. :))) Seriously though, if you like aquariums, you're better off visiting the Triangeln shopping mall which has a bigger one.
Lilla Torg is a rendezvous place for hungry, thirsty and sociable people. On the northern, western and eastern sides, the ground floor of all the houses, except one, has got at least one cafe or restaurant. You will notice that Malmö has the most restaurants per capita of the Swedish cities.
Between noon and 1pm, the square is invaded by office people. Swedes have a long lunch break and always go out to eat. The majority determinedly head for Saluhallen in the northwestern corner, a dark red market hall.
There are several eateries and a cafe / bakery in Market Hall such as Bakery Cafe, Buono Pasta, Greece, Cu Vanna, Husman, Johan P, Kwai Tsan, Malmö Kebab, Cornelia, Short Stop, Sushi Ya, Yasso.
The hussars used to have their school area roughly where the huge towering "Kronprinsen" block is now. These days, they are only a few riders but they often take part in local events such as opening of horse shows and city celebrations.