The map view shows Malmö, a port and a formerly fortified town in southwestern Sweden. The city is situated on the Øresund, a strait which forms the Danish–Swedish border, opposite Copenhagen
, Denmark's capital city.
Malmö is the third largest city in Sweden with a population of 316,000, more than 720,000 people live in its metropolitan area. Spoken languages
are Swedish (official), English is widely understood.
Malmö has Sweden's highest percentage of immigrants (about 30%). This fact may force growing tensions in Sweden over immigration.
Aerial view of Malmö with the Öresund Bridge which connects Sweden with Denmark in the background, it is the longest road and rail bridge in Europe.
Image: Johan Wessman
Öresund Bridge, the longest road and rail bridge in Europe connects the city of Malmö with Copenhagen
's metropolitan area in Denmark.
Malmö points of interest:
was in history one of the most important strongholds of Denmark.
is a public park and playground
in the city.
is the historical market square in Malmö.
) is one of the largest exhibition venues for contemporary art in Europe.
) a museum for cultural and natural history in a 16th-century Renaissance castle.
is one of the largest shopping malls in Scandinavia.
is the tallest building in the Nordic countries, a residential tower with a 90° twist, designed by architect Santiago Calatrava.
) is an opera house in Malmö; it offers the whole range of musical theater with the primary emphasis on opera and musical.
The map shows a city map of Malmö with expressways, main roads, and streets; zoom out to find the location of Malmö Sturup Airport
: MMX), southeast of the city and Copenhagen Airport
: CPH) the nearest international airport to Malmö located in Copenhagen
To find a location use the form below.