Little Old, Little New
The third largest city in Sweden, Malmö, is located on the south-east of the country and is ready to welcome you with its one-of-a-kind beauty. The capital of Scania, as it’s also known, the town has an oceanic climate with average temperatures in winter. Depending on the place you live in, Swedish weather may, or may not seem a little tricky. I advise you to check the average temperatures before leaving. Pack light, keep warm, look good! And be prepared for a lot of great places to see!
Malmö is a city focused on art, education and culture. A city that still retains its historical charm with an old town dotted with small boutiques and colorful houses. And, as a traveler who loves wandering around basically everywhere I go, I found out that Malmö has a lot to offer for those alike.
Some of the places I love the most in this town (and hadn’t any previous ideas about their awesomeness) are the lovely, typical Swedish squares. And the three most beautiful ones are located in the very core of the city.