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If you are in malmo and you are hungry this is the place to go, the little square is located next to the big square, which also has restaurants and hotels nearby. It’s a very happening place be it for lunch or dinner and all...More
You will almost certainly visit this square on your walk around Malmo. It is historic and atmospheric with old but restored buildings and small courtyards. Full of tourists it is a place to linger. Remember that in the bars and restaurants you will pay tourist...More
You can get Malmo in a one day visit easyly. Just goto Copenhague Central Station and take a train to Malmo. Is a short trip 30 min aprox. Once in Malmo train station you can get out and rover around Malmo's squares and castels.
We took a train from copenhagen which landed us in Malmo. Advise to bring the passport as the boarder control officer did board the train and inspect our passports. Nice walk around the town and shopping.
Lilla Torg is by my opinion the most cozy area in Malmö. Here you can get whatever you wish- all kinds of different food, coffee, cocktails etc. and the Torg is kept in the old style with bricks and small town buildings. When I go...More
We enjoyed our walk through the square, taking in the beautiful architecture of the buildings. Seems to be a hub for restaurants and bars that were doing a roaring trade. Obviously a pedestrian only area that adds to its charm.
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It's only 600 meters from the central station to Lilla Torg. If you only have an hour to spend, I would suggest you head south from the station towards Stortorget and Lilla Torg, and simply walk around the narrow streets in... More
It's only 600 meters from the central station to Lilla Torg. If you only have an hour to spend, I would suggest you head south from the station towards Stortorget and Lilla Torg, and simply walk around the narrow streets in the area and visit some of the cool shops, exhibitions, and bars in this picturesque neighbourhood..