Getting to Malmo from Copenhagen

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Getting to Malmo from Copenhagen Reviews

m49erfan m49erfan
7 reviews
Aug 19, 2007
If you're visiting Copenhagen, it's a really good idea to cross over to Sweden for a day, especially if you don't have plans to go up to Stockholm or visit any other part of Sweden. Malmo is a cute, quiet little city that has some interesting restaurants, a little bit of shopping, and a cool Swedish sauna that is worth visiting.

To get from Copenhagen to Malmo, the cost is quite reasonable and takes almost no time to get there. My recommendation is to go to Norreport Station or Central Station in Copenhagen and purchase a roundtrip ticket. The cost, as I remember is about 100 kroner. They'll be able to tell you what train to get on at either station, but it will be the train that says Malmo, so it's quite easy. It's the last stop on that line. It usually goes via the airport.

While you're there make sure to visit the Ribersborgs Kallbadhus, which is a Swedish sauna. The address and phone number are published in this review. Any of the travel bureaus will be able to tell you how to get there. The cost is about 60 or 70 swedish kroner and you can spend the whole day there. There are separate facilities for men and women and they have changing rooms, towels, and showers there. First sit in the steam room or sauna. Make sure you choose a sauna where you're able to look out over the Danish/Swedish channel. It's a great view. On a clear day you can see back to Copenhagen. From one of the sauna's you can see the famous Turning Torso apartment building, which is the tallest apartment building in Scandinavia. After you get really hot and sweaty, then you run and jump, fully naked, into the icy Scandinavian sea. And if you don't, the Swedes there will lecture you about how you're doing it the wrong way! It's so fun. And after you do that a few times, you feel so invigorated that you could either go run a marathon or sleep like a baby. It's a wonderful feeling and it's a good experience to try something extra specially Swedish!
Turning Torso
Ribersborgs Bathhouse in Malmo
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cheriecher says:
I just backed from Malmo couple months ago. I feel like I can live there....luv the place is so peaceful and quiet, luv it so relax to spend a whole afternoon at Western Harbour witht he entire view of the bridge connecting Sweden & Denmark (sorry, i forget the name), luv to hv cafe happen to hv Kaffee & juz chilling there for a whole's gougerous!! Luv it kind of remote but not so dead indeed...Luv the blue blue blue touchable sky.....all these make me feel like home and reali wanna move there for to enjoy the quality of life.....
Posted on: Oct 31, 2007
lauro says:
thank you very much! :D can i also ask a question? i will be going to see the runic ruins in ystad - but its not in the town, its still 10 kms. away, how would i manage to go there withouth a car? :)))))
Posted on: Aug 19, 2007
giuliobartelli says:
Thanx for the advice! Im going to Malmo next month and I not sure what to expect.
Posted on: Aug 19, 2007
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