"Malmö is the Swedish metropolis in the south, only a stone's throw from the continent, and is full of culture, entertainment and top restaurants. Yet it would seem that the city be unfamiliar for some foreign travel. nBrittiska The Telegraph describes Malmo as an ”unknown” city."
"The Telegraph has listed the ten best ”under the radar cities”, i.e. cities that are unknown, compared with, for example, countries capitals. They fly a little under the radar, but are considered at the same time be well worth a visit. "
"the paper describes Malmo as a clean city with plenty of fresh air. "
"”Take you out and make the most of the clean Swedish air, in Malmö, sweden. This coastal city in southern Sweden, is full of green places, such as the People's park - the oldest park in the world, but a large green area and ponds where you can sit and relax by the”"
"They recommend their readers to take a walk along the water, visit the Malmö Konsthall, and to take a look at the Öresund bridge. "
"Aftonbladet Travel the opportunity to strike a blow for king's park (which is actually the world's oldest) and Slottsparkens greenery. Take a cup of coffee or lunch at Slottsträdgårdens café. Enjoy the sun on one of the pavement cafes on the Small Squares and don't miss the Modern Museum housed in the beautiful John Smedbergs electricity from 1901. The museum is one of Europe's leading museums for modern and contemporary art."
"Eat a lovely dinner at restaurant Bastard on Master Johansgatan 11. The atmosphere is convivial and the staff professional, and you will never disappointed on the food. "