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Malmo: from industrial to cosmopolitan

Malmo city centre
Malmö Airport (MMX): 14 mi from city centre

Flights to Malmo: practical information

Cheap airlines to Malmo

Malmo-bound? Start planning your trip to this Swedish city with cheap flights to Malmo Airport (MMX) onboard Ryanair, Norwegian Air, Finnair, among others from London. You can also reach Malmo onboard flights to Copenhagen Airport (Kastrup).

When to book flights to Malmo

Malmo is a treat to visit in the summertime when the days are warm. The best time of the year to enjoy a Malmo holiday is from late May to September. Book your flights to Malmo three months in advance for the cheapest tickets.

  • Peak season: late-May to September, but especially July and August.
  • Low season: Winter.

Flight duration

Direct flights to Malmo take just under 2 hours.

Experience Malmo: what to see, what to do

Malmo is a port city that dates back to the 1200s and today is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Sweden thanks to its largely international population. Once an industrial hub of Scandinavia, Malmo makes its mark on the cultural map now.

Essentials in Malmo

Malmohus Castle: Located in the city’s old core, this castle was built by Erik of Pomerania in 1437 and was inhabited by Danish kinds in the 1500s. It served as a prison until the early 1900s and today is a museum and aquarium.

Turning Torso: You can spot this unusual building a mile away. The Turning Torso is the tallest building in Scandinavia at 190m high and is a landmark on the waterfront.

Möllevångstorget Square: Experience Malmo like a local and head to this square in the southern part of the city on a weekend when the bustling open-air market is happening. Around the square you’ll find a host of Asian shops, restaurants and alternative spots.

Find more information on Malmo Town.

Accommodation in Malmo

There is no shortage of hotels in Malmo but it can be difficult to find a cheap room at short notice in summer or during special events like hockey championships and such. For luxury digs, try the Marriott or the Radisson Blu.

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