Malmo is a sparkling city that combines metropolitan magnificent with provincial charm. The city glitters with a cultural wealth that has culminated over centuries; historic monuments allude to an illustrious past while cosmopolitan bars and exuberant eateries embrace a prosperous present. Malmo is propelled by a passion for sustainability, and the city prides itself on its green and environmentally friendly method; tours that focus on environmental issues can be enjoyed in relation to many of the city’s cultural attractions.
One of Malmo’s most popular sights is undoubtedly the Oresundsbron Bridge, an astounding piece of modern architecture whose smoth curves and industrial elegance are sure to impress. The mammoth structure stretches from Copenhagen to Malmo, straddling the vast river and symbolising a peaceful reconciliation between Denmark and Sweden.
A museum that truly showcases Malmo’s skill for innovation and originality is the Moderna Museet Malmo. A captivating collection of contemporary art is displayed in the industrial interior of a disused power station, a space that epitomises Malmo’s progressive and evolutionary nature. The collections covers an impressive breadth of the 20th centure, displaying painting and photography pioneers such as Picasso, Dali and Matisse.
Don’t let the profane name of Restaurant Bastard deter you from the delectable dishes on offer at this renegade restaurant. An simple yet stylish concept propels both the décor and dishes, which mostly consists of tender, locally sourced meat to make the mouth water. Sample the restaurants signature dish which comprises of rich pate, sizzling sausages, indulgent black pudding and soft, sourdough bread.(Master Johansgatan 11 Malmö 211 21 Malmö, Sweden)