Comfort Hotel Malmo
Phone: (46) 40 330 440
Fax: (46) 40 330 450
The Citytunneln station is a new link built to connect the main Swedish rail system with the Skånetrafiken rail lines that run across the Öresund bridge. The station contains shops, information centers and rest areas as well as the most modern and up-to-date transport facilities, as one would expect in a building so new and creatively designed.
The Caroli Church is located in Sweden and can be dated back to the 17th Century. The church is known to conduct is services in the German language and hence the locals refer to it as the “German Church”. The church features a font which is carved in an oak. It houses two organs, one dating back to 1921 and the other to 1956. This red-bricked church is easily noticeable along with is beautifully designed mint roof.
This central stop for all busses in the region is on Stortorget just outside the train station. Here you can get buses run by the local public transport agency, or those run by private long distance companies or tour associations. There are sheltered waiting areas and some news kiosks as well.
Malmo is the third most populated city in Sweden. It was discovered during the 13th Century when it was considered a part of Denmark instead of Sweden. Though the city is in Sweden it has an oceanic climate due to its proximity to the Gulf Stream. Malmo is a very popular tourist destination in the north. It is not far away from the county's capital Stockholm which makes it possible for tourists to visit the stunning places in the capital. But Malmo has its own splendid attractions including the very popular man made beach, the Ribersborgsstranden and the architectural splendor, St. Peter's church. There also numerous options to shop and dine at, along with various entertainment venues hosting regular exciting events. For further queries about the city do call the tourist office and they will be happy to help you.
The Systembolaget chain of state-run liquor stores is an essential part of life in the country. Any beverage containing more than 3.5% alcohol (i.e. any beer or cider that's not ultra-light, wine, whiskey, vodka-in fact, any kind of hard liquor) must either be purchased from a business with a special liquor license (i.e. a bar, club or restaurant) or from one of these shops (you can order online too, but obviously that takes some time and is more intended as a service for Sweden's far-flung hinterlands). Prices are high (it's a monopoly after all), so shoppers intending to stock up for more than just a single party or evening's relaxation would do well to stock up on the lower priced bulk purchases or see what's on special.
MalmoMassan is a well furnished exhibition and convention center located within the central suburbs of the city. This modern venue is spread across an area of 20,000 square meters and has been divided into several smaller halls with varying seating capacities, making the venue adaptable for conferences, meetings, exhibitions, trade shows and several other business events. It is equipped with latest technology that offer top class presentation and video conferencing facilities. Check website to know more.
An area of active development. Site of the "Turning Torso" tower by Santiago Calatrava.
This taxi company serves Lund and Malmö and is the largest company in town. Rates can be steep but not inordinately so for the area.
Sankt Andreas Kyrka or St. Andrew's Church, is a parish church in Malmö. Inaugurated in 1959, it features a modern architectural style, different from the European churches built during the World War II era. The limestone structure is flanked by a 12-meter (41-foot) campanile and its altar features a fresco representing the life of Andrew from the Holy Bible.
The Zlatan Court football field is located in the district of Rosengard, in the southern part of Sweden. It is dedicated to Zlatan Ibrahimovic who was a Swedish professional football player. Situated in the Cronmans vag courtyard, the football field was inaugurated by Zlatan Ibrahimovic himself. Cronmans vag courtyard is where he used to play football in his childhood. It is of five-a-side type and recycled athletic shoes make up the pitch. The ball fence of the pitch is made of wood.
This company has a long and reputable history in Malmö. The rates are fair (but expensive as all thing are in Sweden), the drivers are friendly and generally speak English, and the service is prompt. They'll take you as far as Lund and the surrounding areas as well as anywhere in Malmö proper.
Stadionmässan is one of the most important multi-purpose halls in the city of Malmo. You can use this place to conduct any kind of event ranging from a concert to a conference and meeting to a private party. The different halls and other venues within this space can accommodate as many as 800 people. Several of the spaces in Stadionmässan can be flexibly arranged to provide a seating space or standing room, depending on the type of the program and the size of the audience. Stadionmässan boasts latest technology thereby providing amazing sound system and smart lighting that ensures that any event conducted here is a success. The hall is often used as a exhibition gallery that showcases artwork by international and renowned artists. All in all, if you have to conduct a meeting, a party or simply check out the artistic leanings in the city of Malmo, Stadionmässan is your place to go.