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So far, it’s summer in Malmö and the loan bikes are in place!

22 Sep, 2023

There is still a chance to experience Malmö through a sightseeing tour either by boat, by bike or on foot.

The round canal tour runs every day until October 1. The trip takes about 50 minutes and tickets can be pre-booked or purchased directly on the spot. The guidance takes place in Swedish and English, but the possibility of German and Spanish is available in the form of information on a separate flyer. www.stromma.com/sv-se/malmo/batsightseeing/rundan/

Malmö is a bicycle-friendly city, and with the help of a two-hour bicycle tour and an audio guide, you can take part in a narrated story and, guided by GPS, visit Malmö’s most popular places and attractions. The tour can be booked Mon-Sat throughout the autumn. https://travelshop.se/sv/kategori/uppplesseser/audio-guide Malmö by foot offers a guided tour on foot in Malmö. The tour takes about two hours and is in Swedish. The last tour of the autumn is on September 30 and starts from St. Petri’s church. The tour must be booked in advance. www.malmobyfoot.com/tours Of course, there are several other guided tours on different themes such as food, drink, history, etc. www.malmo.se/events www.viator.com www.kulturcentralen.nu/kalendarium/guidad-tur

We also take the opportunity to tell you about the Children’s Park Festival 23-24 September at Lördagsplan, at the Malmö City Library Here you can try paddling, meet Skogsmulle, fish, learn about birds, bake bread over an open fire and much, much more. All activities are free of charge. www.malmo.se/barnensparkfestival