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A connector road between Stortorget and Gustav Adolf Square, function as Pedestrian Mall. Rows of shops, restaurants and cafes, really nice walking path, plenty to see, real shopping or just window shopping, your choice. At the end near Stortorget, statue of musician made from steel,...More
We walked along this street from the first square overlooked by the City Hall to Gustav Adolf Square. There some nice buildings here especially the one just as you enter the street that houses Apoteket Lejonet. Also you will find street art; a row of...More
This is the walking street that leads to Gustav Adolfs Torg which might be the heart of Malmö in my opinion. The street is full of life and located between the center core and the central station. If you have time you can skip the...More
We had arranged to land into Malmo to be in Sweden all too briefly and to catch the bus to travel over the bridge to Copenhagen - on our way back from Poland (Krakow).
A shuttle bus from the airport was very timely and it...More
Our driver/guide Klaus told us that Danes can find cheaper items on sale than in Denmark, while foodstuffs are still cheaper in Denmark.
We walked down the pedestrian mall and saw the whimsical sculpture in the middle of the street.
I discovered a delicious drink...More