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I am still reviewing the pictures and the notes took during my last trip to Macedonia and I think I will write a couple of articles more about it, because I would like to share some other experiences made in that country. I have anyway also to think to my next trip that will happen in this month. I have to go, for some work meetings, in Sweden. I will be there for few days and only in one city: Malmö.

It is located in the southern part of Sweden and connected by a bridge built on the sea to Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark. Infact I will fly to Denmark and then I will move by train to Malmö. I will not have much free time, but I will try to see as much as possible, starting from the Turning Torso, the skycraper built by Calatrava. I am so curious to see it, but as well I want to explore the park with its castle, the main modern and ancient buildings.

I am preparing a plan about my meetings and also about what to do in the city. Today I have time, the weather is not so nice and I switched on the TV. While I write this post there is a quite old movie: Scent of a Woman, with the great Al Pacino. I am not the U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Frank Slade, but I want to enjoy my trip, living those days at the top 🙂

, Malmo on my road

So, any advices and suggestions about Malmö? If you live there or you just visited it you can give me some tip. Any prompt will be very welcome. Of course then I will share my experience and I will try to take a lot of pictures.


Originally posted 2018-11-03 15:37:17.


  1. November 3, 2018 / 4:40 pm

    Hello! Love your site! In Malmö, I definitely recommend the Malmöhus Castle and its museums, they’re all in the same location and I absolutely loved them! Although it’s a lot to see, so you’ll need at least an hour there I think.

    • myanasa
      November 3, 2018 / 4:44 pm

      Hi! Thank you very much for the advices, I will find an hour and maybe a bit more to visit it. I like castles and history, so I would love to see the site. At least to have a look of the most important things there.

  2. November 4, 2018 / 7:31 am

    I passed through Malmö in Spring 2018. We drove from Denmark. The Øresund Bridge was an experience. We did not spend too much time there since we were heading to another destination (Helsingborg) and made a big round trip back through Hillerod and Roskilde before returning back to Copenhagen. In that short visit, we visited the expo area where they organize d the annual Nordic Game Summit, the Stortorget, also the twisted residential plaza (Turning Torso) and the Lönngården apartments. The Malmö Castle was closed when we passed through, so we missed it.

    • myanasa
      November 4, 2018 / 11:19 am

      Oh, that is great! I am very curious about that bridge, a singular connection between two countries… How is Turning Torso? I guess it deserve to be seen. I hope to find the castle open because I like that type of buildings. Anyway you had the chance to visit more places outside Malmö, but for me it won’t be possible… Thanks a lot for your message, also if now you made higher my expectations about the Øresund Bridge (but I am sure I will be completely satisfied) 😀 Have a nice Sunday!

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