Malmo has two distinct districts, the old town which is not very traditional or conventional in the sense of old European towns. The other part is The Western Harbour which is being built on the peninsula and is ultra modern. Since the construction of the Öresund bridge, linking Sweden to Denmark, Malmö has undergone a major transformation with architectural developments, attracting new biotech and IT companies. In the old town there are great many places to visit , the St Petri church the castle and museums and parks and squares. Ambrosia is a great coffee shop close to the main train station. It has absolutely great coffee and even better desserts. When in Malmo it’s a must. The other place is Lotta Jewellery, which sells some very unusual, nature inspired, local designer jewellery. It’s a great store that’s worth supporting – we sure did. Malmo is not a huge place but a place you can easily and lesiurly explore in a day.