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Malmö Taste Tour
"Orient HouseMalmo’s best falafel. Centrally located is the The Orient House in Malmö that have existed for a decade. Experience what a falafel should taste like Swedish style.Social Eatery (Clarion Malmö Live)Taco’s on local raw materialsSocial Eatery in Malmö takes the diversity of Street Food and creates a social meeting place for all occasions. They offer a mix of food drink street culture and lifestyle along some of the world's best coastlines and cities. With its own marinades glazes and spicy condiments they create intense flavors. Expect taste explosion and lots of nice people.Green Food MarketAt the Green Food market you will find Scandinavia's widest range of natural and organic products. Their vision is that the food should be free of chemicals and artificial additives. The non-organic food are carefully selected so that you as a customer can feel safe and secure in whatever you shop. The goal is to offer healthy products and information you need to live a healthier life. This fantastic place is situated just beside Turning Torso
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Enjoy The Sunshine In The Botanical Garden

This is what pretty much everybody in Lund did the day we were there. It was one of the warmest days that May, and people flocked in hordes to the Botanical Garden. Every lawn was covered by people wearing only a bikini or their swim trunks to make the most of the sunshine. In between, families were going for a walk and enjoying some ice-cream, people were playing outdoor games and a few even seemed to be interested in the flora of the garden, which is abundant.
Lund was home to a botanical garden since 1690, but it used to be where the university's main building is nowadays. At that time, nobody felt responsible for taking care of the garden so it quickly ran to seed. Apparently, it turned into a quagmire that the town's pigs loved. Only in 1746, a new botanical garden was planned by Carl Hårleman. It existed for 110 years and was then moved into its present location. The garden was an immediate success, and only a few years later featured 6,000 different plants. Nowadays, the number has risen to more than 7,000. There is a palm house with bananas, palm trees or orchids, there are lots of flowerbeds which are inundated by tulips in spring, there is a herb garden and an educational garden - the garden authorities deplore the fact that people are nowadays unable to tell a potato plant from a pine tree and want to do something against that.
Still, what I loved about Lund's Botanical Garden is that it's not only educational, but mostly an area to enjoy some time outside. Open for everybody for free year round, this is THE place to be in Lund on a sunny day.

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King_Golo
Nov 05, 2016

Botanical Gardens

The Botanical Gardens in Lund are located at the edge of the city
center. It's a big garden with lot's of space with nice lawns and lots
of benches.

There is a nice greenhouse that you can visit in the company of exotic plants where it's
always nice and warm.

In the Lund Botanical Gardens you will find more then 7000 plant
species all setup in a big garden.

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alemir82
Apr 06, 2006

Botanical Gardens

Lund Botanical Gardens was founded in the university area near the cathedral in the 17th century. It then grew during its heydays when Swedish botanist Linnaeus also got his only academic qualifications in life here, before going on to greater world achievements in Uppsala. Finally, it outgrew its place in the citycentre and moved to the place it has now, at the edge of the centre, in the late 19th century. Today, apart from the research done here, you will find a lovely park to stroll around in along with students and locals, and the hothouses have enough to keep you interested for a while, certainly if you have young children.

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Sjalen
Mar 17, 2005

Stadsparken

When the weather allows it - probably the most beautiful park in sweden! Small and comfty.. And once you get to know the ducks you will have friends for life!

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Feb 22, 2005
 
 
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Things to Do Near Lund

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Lund Cathedral

Lund's dome church is the oldest cathedral to be found in Scandinavia. It was built in Romanesque style between 1104 and 1145, but changes to the towers in the 19th century made the church look as it...
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St Peter's Church - Sankt Petri Kyrka

Sankt Petri Kyrka is tucked away at the back of Stortorget, on Goran Olsgatan. It's a red-brick church, originally built in 1319 and its bulk does rather loom over the narrow streets below. Inside it...
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Lilla Torg

This is a very pretty square just off the SW corner of Stortorget. Half-timbered buildings, cobbles, flowers, restaurants and bars with outside seating, little independent shops selling 'special'...
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Oresund Bridge

The famous Oresund Bridge is 8 km long and was opened for traffic in July 2000. Besides the bridge the connnection between Copenhagen and Malmo consists of a 4 km artificial island (Pepparholmen) and...
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Harbour

In Dragør's heyday, this harbour was the second-biggest in Denmark. Nowadays, it's a small, but busy yacht harbour with lots of boats bobbing on the waves, a few cafés and some historic buildings. The...
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Opera House

Photos: 1. Operaen from the side, with a blue sky! 2. Pointing towards Operaen 3. Facade of the opera house lobby 4. Bicycles at the stage door 5. Operaen from across the harbor Copenhagen's...
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