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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
From SEK499.00
 
Copenhagen Canal Tour
"Hop aboard your sightseeing cruise boat in Nyhavn or Gammel Strand in central Copenhagen. Take a seat in the boat’s lower saloon or stroll around the deck admiring the city sights as you cruise. Canals zigzag through Copenhagen and the city’s top waterfront sights appear around every twist and turn. Watch out for attractions like the Little Mermaid an iconic Edvard Eriksen statue carved to look like a character from a Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale. Learn the history of Copenhagen as your onboard guide points out key sights. Hear about Amalienborg Castle – seat of the Danish royal family since the 18th century – while and gaze at Copenhagen Opera House a futuristic-looking building that juts out onto the waterfront.Glide through Christianshavn canal quarter and hear trivia about King Christian IV
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Copenhagen Canal Tour
"Hop aboard your sightseeing cruise boat in Nyhavn or Gammel Strand in central Copenhagen. Take a seat in the boat’s lower saloon or stroll around the deck admiring the city sights as you cruise. Canals zigzag through Copenhagen and the city’s top waterfront sights appear around every twist and turn. Watch out for attractions like the Little Mermaid an iconic Edvard Eriksen statue carved to look like a character from a Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale. Learn the history of Copenhagen as your onboard guide points out key sights. Hear about Amalienborg Castle – seat of the Danish royal family since the 18th century – while and gaze at Copenhagen Opera House a futuristic-looking building that juts out onto the waterfront.Glide through Christianshavn canal quarter and hear trivia about King Christian IV
From DKK80.00

Öresund Bridge Tips (17)

Getting to Copenhagen

When the Öresunds-bridge was built it opened an entirely new possibility for us swedes (and especially the ones living in Malmö) to travel to Copenhagen. It only takes you 20-40 minutes to get to Copenhagen depending on how you choose to travel. Here are a few ways of getting there:

By Train:
The trains between Malmö-Copenhagen departures all day & all night.
During daytime, the trains to Copenhagen departure 3 times per hour, and a ticket forth & back can be bought at a price around 15 Euros ( 130-140 SEK).
Tthe journey takes 35 minutes.

http://www.skanetrafiken.se

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By Bus:
The busroute 999 takes you to Copenhagen for 120 SEK fort & back. The journey takes about 1 ½ hour (because the bus stops at so many locations to pick up passangers).

http://www.graahundbus.dk/index999.htm

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By Car:
Perhaps the most popular way to get to Copenhagen is by car. A forth & back-ticket costs 570 SEK (May 2005).

http://osb.oeresundsbron.dk/frontpage/?lang=1

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The cheapest alternative: By Boat:

Only during the summer (for obvious reasons..) can you go by boat to Copenhagen. The boats departue from a harbour-spot closely located to the Centralstation ( right behind it).
The journey takes 1h 20 min, and costs 50 SEK

http://www.turasund.se

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For overall information; have a look at Malmös touristinformation homepage:

http://www.malmo.se/servicemeny/cityofmalmo/cruise/transporttoandfrommalmo.4.33aee30d103b8f15916800022991.html

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erik0240
May 20, 2005

Oresund Bridge

The Oresund Bridge was opened on 1st July, 2000. The bridge links Denmark and Sweden together for the first time since the Ice Age. The new road and rail project covers 10.5 miles (17km) between Malmo and Copenhagen and now physically links together Sweden and the rest of Western Europe. The Oresund Bridge took four years and cost £3.3 billion to build.

You can use train, bus or drive a car yourself. The train takes about 35 minutes from Copenhagen Central Station to Malmo Central Station(via Copenhagen Airport). Bus takes a bit more time but you get a better view.

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thelittlevoice
Jul 05, 2004

Oresund Bridge

We were staying in Denmark so we took the long bridge across the channel. It was cool because I believe it is either the longest or second longest bridge in the world. However, it wasn't cheap. It cost us almost $50 to cross over to Sweden and back to Denmark.
I parked at a large parking lot across the main train station. There will be plenty of signs directing you to the train station. When we crossed the bridge from Denmark there was a tourist information center shortly after getting off the bridge and onto the land. They gave us a map of Malmö which was very helpful, the staff there were very pleasant and helpful to all the tourists.

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Packerman
Apr 04, 2003

If you come from Copenhagen...

If you come from Copenhagen you can come by train or by boat. Both options are equally good. I went there by train (I wanted to experience the crossing of the Øresund bridge) and came back by boat. I preferred the boat, but I must say the sea was very calm that day.
Malmö is not very big and you can walk everywhere. If you want to go to the beach (not a great view except in summer), you can rent a bike.

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Aug 26, 2002
 
 
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Surprisingly enough, the best...

Surprisingly enough, the best way to get to Malmo (Sweden) is from... Copenhagen (that's what I did myself). Well, not that surprising, maybe, when you consider that it takes a train much less than an hour to get from the Central Station and Airport of Copenhagen to Malmo. There are also good railway and road connections with other places in Scandinavia.
I went around on foot, and that was OK with me...

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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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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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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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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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Christiania

Do you remember that old 1990s song by Luniz "I got 5 on it"? Back in the days, I didn't have a clue what it was all about - mind you, I was only 14! -, but now, wiser than during my teenage years, I...
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