Skåne is Sweden’s southern region, home to almost 300 castles and gardens, farm fresh products, great beaches and restaurants. If you are planning to explore the region, here are 3 suggestions brought to you by Malmö Tourism:

1. Cultural trip, Malmö-Lund

Start with a stroll in the Western Harbour and continue with lunch at the newly built Malmö Live, who will officially open this summer 2015 –
an entire district featuring culture and a conference and hotel facility. Malmö’s own market hall is opening next door. Take the train from Malmö Central Station to Lund. Stroll around the medieval cobbled streets, visit the impressive Cathedral and the university area in the middle of the city. The Cathedral was built in the 12th century, when Lund was the most important city in Denmark. The Cathedral now attracts 700,000 visitors a year and has been awarded three stars in Guide Michelin’s green tourist guide. Take a look at the Giant Finn in the crypt and see the fascinating astronomical clock from the 15th century. Continue to the large Kulturen museum in Lund. Here you can see how people used to live, both in the city and in rural areas. There are more than twenty interesting exhibitions here, featuring everything from medieval history to modern design. Round off the day with a wonderful dinner at one of the restaurants from the White Guide’s list.”

2. Castle tour, Malmö-Helsingborg

3. Coastal trip in Söderslätt, Malmö-Smygehuk-Falsterbo 

Your contact at Malmö Convention Bureau:
Christopher Johansson
Project Manager Congresses International
Phone: +46 (0)40 34 22 28
Mobile: +46 (0)709 34 22 28
Christopher.johansson@malmo.se

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