The Western Harbour


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The Western Harbour

Just a ten-minute walk from the Malmö Central Station, the Western Harbour (Västra Hamnen) is one of the most sustainable districts in Malmö, with amazing architecture and a view over the Öresund Bridge. Here, you also find the spectacular 190-metre-high Turning Torso and Stapelbäddsparken, which attracts skateboarders from all over the world. The district offers beautiful walks, bathing facilities, restaurants and cafés, plus lush grass for picnics when the weather allows it. You will also find the Dockan Marina here, with plenty of berths and facilities for guest boats.

Do & See

Malmö has earned a well-deserved reputation for its diverse and sophisticated art and cultural scene. Here, you will find a plethora of enriching experiences suitable for the whole family. The city takes pride in its extensive investment in a wide range of cultural offerings, encompassing both prominent institutions and numerous smaller operators and activities. Moreover, Malmö showcases the finest examples of Scandinavian and international design, featuring exquisite furniture and furnishings, jewellery, and textiles. In addition to its vibrant cultural scene, Malmö boasts abundant green spaces both within the city centre and throughout the town. Notable examples include Kungsparken, Slottsparken, and the expansive Pildammsparken. Malmö Folkets Park is Sweden's oldest "folkpark" and offers beautiful lawns for relaxation, along with cafés, restaurants, a terrarium, adventure golf, horse riding, and live entertainment during the summer season. Don’t forget! Malmö's glorious two-kilometre-long beach Ribersborg Beach & Kallbadhuset, or "Ribban" is within walking distance from the town centre.