Transfer in Malmo
When planning a vacation, consider Malmo in Sweden. The city is located in the southernmost district and is considered the administrative centre of the region. There are sights worth seeing in Malmo so a lot of tourists come here. To join their ranks, book a room in one of the hotels and a transfer in advance. Usually, the transfer requested at the hotel is more expensive, so we recommend using our service. Leave a request on the website and choose the best offer from the drivers.
A major international transport hub is located 28 kilometers from the city. You can take a bus from Malmo airport. The road with all the stops will take 40-50 minutes. There is also a taxi stand next to the terminal building, which will take you to the city centre at a fixed price. If you are travelling with a group, you can order a transfer that will quickly and comfortably take you to your hotel in Malmo.
The city is located on the coast. Despite that Malmo is part of Sweden, it has closer relations with other European countries. There is a railroad bridge across the Sound (Øresund) that connects Denmark with Sweden. There are daily ferries from Germany to Malmo.
In the middle ages, the city developed through fishing and selling fish, especially salted herring — a traditional Danish fishery. The neighboring country generally had a very strong influence on Malmo. Until 1664, the city belonged to Denmark, the XVI century fortress Malmehus is a reminder of that time. Now there is a Museum. The traditional XVI century family homes of Reserving and Kuntze are also available to visit with a tour. The heart of Malmo is the beautiful and cozy Lilla Torg square, which is always busy and full of tourists.
The city has a particularly developed design and architecture. The main symbol of advanced engineering is the "Turning torso" skyscraper. The house consists of giant cubes that are placed on top of each other at an angle. Contemporary art can also be found in the Rooseum and Const hall galleries.
It is useful to know that Oresund guest tickets are sold at the Central station. You can use them to visit the city's museums, ride public transport, and park for free or get discounts in restaurants and shops. Different rates are available for for 1, 2 and 3 days.
It is best to visit the city in summer. The weather in Malmo is noticeably better relative to the rest of Sweden, the rains aren't as frequent as everywhere else. The continental winter prevails here, and the influence of the Gulf stream is insignificant.
On the other side of the Bay is the Danish Norrebro, which is connected by the longest bridge in Europe. If you are vacationing without personal transport, rent a car in Malmo and make an unusual crossing from one country to another. By the way, with the guest ticket, you won't have to pay the bridge toll.