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Small-Group Sweden Day Trip to Malmö

by Strömma Denmark
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Non-refundable No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required)

Highlights

  • Excitement of visiting 2 countries in 1 day

  • Picturesque cruise passing through canals & under bridges

  • Intriguing stories of Denmark & Sweden

  • Landmarks include Moderna Malmö Museum & Stora Torget Square

  • Maximum of 20 people per group for an intimate experience

Highlights

  • Excitement of visiting 2 countries in 1 day

  • Picturesque cruise passing through canals & under bridges

  • Intriguing stories of Denmark & Sweden

  • Landmarks include Moderna Malmö Museum & Stora Torget Square

  • Maximum of 20 people per group for an intimate experience

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Small-Group Sweden Day Trip to Malmö

Activity Location

Malmo

Malmo

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Regnbuepladsen/Vester Voldgade

    5 Regnbuepladsen at the corner of Vester Voldgade near the City Hall

    København 1550


Description

This full-day tour takes you on a journey to Denmark's Swedish neighbour – Malmo. Cross the Oresund Bridge and learn about the historical relationship between the 2 countries, explore the charming town, and enjoy a scenic canal cruise on your Scandinavian adventure.

Take advantage of the proximity of beautiful Malmo and enjoy being whisked away from the Danish capital for a day. On board a comfortable minivan, your driver points out places of interest on the way and tells you interesting stories about the relationship between Sweden and Denmark. Pass by the Oresund Bridge that has connected the 2 countries since the turn of the millennium.

Upon arrival in Malmo, you have time on your own to discover the magnificent city. With different walking tour suggestion you can experience different parts of the city.

The city life is concentrated primarily around the 2 squares – Stora Torget and Lilla Torget – where there are lots of good shops and places to eat. After a stroll, perhaps choose to visit the modern art and contemporary museum – Moderna Museet Malmo – and see how it’s built in the city’s former electricity power station.

Spend an hour in the afternoon on a boat tour, cruising under Sweden’s canals and traditional bridges. Listen to the commentary on board providing insight into the country’s history and buildings. On the way, indulge in coffee and cake as you sit back, relax and admire the view before returning to Copenhagen.


Inclusions

  • Guided sightseeing bus tour and boat tour in Malmö

  • Coffee and cake during the canal cruise

  • Roundtrip transport between Copenhagen and Malmö via a deluxe minivan

  • Live tour commentary provided in English


Know Before You Book

  • Maximum group size is 20 people.

  • You must hold a valid passport and present it on the day of the activity for entering Sweden.

  • Check-in is 15 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.


Small-Group Sweden Day Trip to Malmö ratings based on 22 verified reviews

Expedia-verified reviews

3.9 out of 5

3/5 6 Jul 2019

To have an American Guide, who knew nothing about the fa Mous ORESOND bridge, and little about Malmö, is Not aceptable, Denmark and Sweden have plentx Guifré who spesk good English

Tomas Hirschmannn

United State

1/5 12 Sep 2018

Where to meet is not marked on any steeet sign, Very difficult to find. Staff could not print tickets . Instructions stated to meet a silver minivan with Panarama...it was a white van with gray line written in it. Guide was a dead beat; in a monotone voice , commentary went like this: on the right side is a hotel, on the left side is apartments 🙄...city of Malmo even more dead. There is a bridge stop ...it’s just a bridge ...nothing special or pretty at all. Would recommend people NOT to waste money on this tour ... it’s the most expensive tour we’ve done in 20 countries and a total waste of money and very boring . Scoring of 1-10....minus 259!!!

BONNIE K

United States

4/5 5 Sep 2018

The trip from Copenhagen to Malmo was made by the knowledge and communication of both the minibus and boat crew. The time spent in Malmo could be enhanced if a guide was able to show you the special places as the time between arriving and getting on the boad isn't long, and knowing where to visit would be helpful.

Martyn G

United Kingdom