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Staying at a a hotel on Guatav Adolfs Torg in Malmö. Statue of GUstav Adolf and the square has amenities in at such as a pharmacy and make food restaurants, take always etc. Benches to sit on and soak up the sun
Gustav Adolf Torg, which is the second largest square in the city, was named after King Gustav IV Adolf, who lived in Malmö while the city became temporarily the Swedish capital in 1806-1807. It is a nice place where they sell flowers, fruits and vegetables...More
Quite large square in the size of Malmo City centre, nice place to strolling here, with convenient store and public toilet in the middle of the square, and some trees. This square is surrounded by buildings, a mix between old and a bit newer buildings,...More
We visited for the Christmas Markets and must say we were a bit underwhelmed by the markets in Malmo. We made our way to Gustav Adolf Square hoping that it would be full of stalls. There were a few little huts but nothing that drew...More
Gustav Adolfs Torg is the heart of Malmö and one of the big hubs regarding busses, its about 15 minutes walking distance from the central station. There is a big selection of restaurants and caffes around the square and during christmas there are lots of...More
this my introduction to Malmo. I'd come for the day, from Copenhagen, on the 999 bus which stops here. I think most of them do.
it's a large, central and busy town square. it's full of people and lots of traffic running round and through...More