Malmö & Lund Tour, Crossing the Bridge to Sweden
Travel through the Øresund Bridge and through time, Explore Malmø beautiful and modern. Walk through Medieval Lund, withn its beautiful Cathrdrel. Wander amongt Jakriborg´s Hanseatic style houses and Streets.
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Malmo City Hall, Stortorget 3, Malmo 211 22 Sweden
The biggest square in Malmo is called Stortorget, which appropriately means Big Square. Behind Stortorget is Lilletorget, or Little Square, where you can find a selection of Malmo's most popular restaurants. The square has a Parisian feel to it, as many of the restaurants have tables outside, where you can sit and watch the world pass by. There are also some historic buildings on Lilletorget, and a vintage telephone box.
On the north west side of Stortorget is Sodergatan, Malmo's main shopping street and pedestrian walkway. It’s where you can find the department store, Ahlens and many quality clothing shops. Also check out the Hansa shopping center, located in Stora Nygatan. It’s at the far end of Sodergatan, where you turn left into Stora Nygatan.
The Turning Torso is the tallest building in Scandinavia at 190 meters or 623ft. (Read more: It was designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava and opened on the 27th of August 2005. There are 147 apartments in the tower, which covers 54 floors. The Turning Torso is based on a sculpture by Santiago Calatrava, and it is built in the architectural Neo-Futurism style. It is, however, not possible to enter the Turning Torso.
Malmohuset is one of the oldest buildings in Malmo. The present Malmohus was built in the 1530s, and between 1568 and 1573 was home to James Hepburn, the 3rd husband of Mary Queen of Scots, who was held prisoner there. (Read more: Malmo Art Museum and Malmo Natural history museum are located at Malmohuset. Malmo Art Museum houses a collection of 20th century works, including works by the Swedish landscape painter, Carl Frederik Hill. There's also an exhibition of furniture from the 16th century to the present day. The entrance fee to Malmohuset is not included in your tour ticket.
Duration: 1 hour 15 minutesStop At:
Lund Cathedral, Kyrkogatan 6, Lund Sweden
You can visit Lund Cathedral, which was consecrated in 1145, although there has been a cathedral on this site since the 1080s. The astronomical clock was installed around 1424. The towers of Lund Cathedral stand 55 meters or 177ft tall, and when the cathedral was built, they could be seen from anywhere in the surrounding countryside. The oldest of the bells dates back to 1513. The cathedral has five organs, the largest of which was built between 1932 and 1934 by the Danish company, 'Marcussen & Søn'. In 2016 Pope Francis visited the Cathedral to mark the 499th anniversary of the Reformation. This option is included in your excursion ticket.
You can also see Lund University, which traces its roots back to 1425, when Franciscan monks established the Studium Generale, near Lund Cathedral. Lund University was founded on the same site in 1666, making this the oldest site of higher education in Scandinavia. Beside the University is the lovely Lundagård Park. In Lundagård you can find the Lund University Historical Museum. The cost of the entrance fee to this museum is not included in your excursion ticket.
Behind Lundagård is Kulturen, Sweden's second oldest open air museum. In Kulturen are 30 old buildings from previous centuries. At Sankt Annegatan 9, there's a shop which is stocked as it would have been 100 years ago. Some of Kulturen's buildings have been moved here from other sites in Sweden, while others are on the same site where they were originally built. Kulturen opened in 1892. There are buildings, or the remains of buildings from the Middle Ages to the 1930s. The entrance fee for this museum is not included in your tour ticket.
Lund is a great place to have lunch, as there are lots of little restaurants serving tasty food, and many have special offers at lunchtime, or fixed-price menus. A good place to go, with a large selection of places to eat is Martens Torget. There you can find Saluhallen, which was built in 1909 and is an indoor market containing a wide variety of restaurants and cafes, including Italian, Persian and Japanese food. If you fancy something simpler, try the Swedish coffee house chain Expresso House, which started in Lund in 1996. They have some very nice pastries. If you fancy some cholesterol, go to another great Swedish chain - Max. They sell tasty fast food burgers and were founded in Sweden in 1968. Most places in Sweden take card payment, but it might be a good idea to get yourself around 200 Swedish Kronor in cash, just in case.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutesPass By:
Oresund Bridge - Oresund Bridge, E20, Malmo 216 30 Sweden
Finally from Copenhagen to Malmø across the impressive Øresund Bridge.Pass By:
Jakriborg, Sodra Tvarvagen 10-11, Hjarup 245 65 Sweden
Jakriborg's architectural style has a variety of intricate maze-like streets and passageways. Jakriborg is not connected to traditional styles of other, more northern, parts of Scandinavia, nor with the functionalism that has been dominant in most of Europe for much of the 20th century. Instead, the style is inspired by pre-industrial town architecture found in the coastal region of the southern Baltic and the North Sea between Flanders and Tallinn, of which the old Hansa City of Lübeck is the best known exampleStop At:
HSB Turning Torso, 34 Oestra Varvsgatan, Malmo 211 13 Sweden
Turning Torso is a skyscraper in Malmö, Sweden, designed by Santiago Calatrava, built 2001 - 2005. It is Scandinavia's tallest building and Europe's second tallest residential building, the tallest being the Triumphal Palace in Moscow. The building can be seen in clear weather from the Danish side of the Sound.
The tower has 54 floors and a height of 190 meters. The design is based on a sculpture by Calatrava called Twisting Torso:
The design of the tower is divided into nine cubes, each with five floors. The upper cube is rotated 90 degrees clockwise relative to the ground floor. Each floor consists of a rectangular section encircling a central core, as well as a triangular section, which is partially supported by an external steel skeleton. The lower two cubes contain office space, while the upper six cubes can accommodate 147 apartments.
Duration: 5 minutesStop At:
Little Square, Lilla Torg, Malmo 211 34 Sweden
A little southwest of Stortorget in the center of Malmö you will find the cozy Lilla Torg with cafes and restaurants surrounded by half-timbered houses from the 17th and 18th centuries. In an old, charming magazine building is the Form / Design Center, which shows design and crafts. In the place's shop you can buy books on design and a wide range of Scandinavian design within e.g. textiles, home furnishings.
Duration: 30 minutes
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Duration: 6 Hours 30 Minutes
Banegårdspladsen 2, 1570 København, Denmark
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