Tourist info, Malmö
The best Malmö Tourist information is here at Malmo.com. For some nice Malmö maps, click on the link labeled "Maps" on the left side.
Malmo.se has some more good information about the city.
Of course, you can always wait until you are in Malmö and stop at the tourist information desk at Central Station.
Malmö Tourism provides tourist information at the Central Station and in Skånegården near the Öresund Bridge.
The Central Station
You can get advice and information on Malmö here and we can help you book your hotel. Our shop sells find maps, souvenirs, books and more besides. Sightseeing tours are organised every day during summer.
SE-211 20 Malmö
Tel: +46 40 34 12 00 (Mon-Fri 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.)
Skånegården is situated 800 metres on from the Öresund Bridge toll. This information centre can be reached only from the road from Denmark. Skånegården is a typical 19th century farmhouse and has been carefully restored. Find out information on Malmö, Skåne and the rest of Sweden, or just take a break in the café.
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.
Fondest memory: Internettadressen er: www.instantinfotainment.se
Sweden, like Denmark and the UK, is part of the EU, but has not yet accepted the Euro as its form of currency. Therefore, when in Sweden, you will use the Kronor.
Like the rest of Western Europe, ATMs are plentiful and you can always use your American credit card at restaurants and shops.
Favorite thing: 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).
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.