Within our trip to Copenhagen we did a trip to Malmö as well. Malmö is in close proximity to Copenhagen and we took the train from Copenhagen which took us there in approximately 40 minutes. Malmö is the third largest city in Sweden with population of around 300 000.
First things we wanted to see were The Oresund Bridge and Turning Torso so we went to Västra Hamnen where you can get really nice views of sea with that famous bridge and go for a walk in waterfront where Turning Torso is a real dominant.
Afterwards we went to Malmöhus Slott, Stortorget and Lilla torg, where cute houses can be found. I did not look for so much information about the city before our trip there because we met a friend who lives in Lund and knows both cities well. Having a local guide has plenty of advantages. Firstly, you do not have to search for places you should not miss as he may guide you in the city and show interesting places. Secondly, he can recommend you a proper place for having a lunch. We went for the lunch for kebab which is said to be tastier and much cheaper than in Stockholm. So in case you are in Malmö, I assume it is a useful tip for lunch.
After our lunch we took a train from Triangeln station to Lund which we wanted to explore as well. I suppose that Lund deserve its own article so if you are curious how Lund looks like, wait for another article. The only thing is that in upcoming articles I have other things which I think I should write about therefore you have to wait a bit.
I would like to remind you that this Wednesday 15th of November takes place Career Fair in Ultuna which means that you can meet companies´representatives and discuss job opportunities with them. You can read more about the event here.