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Vibrant, multi-cultural city

They say Malmö is home to people from over 150 countries, making the city the most cosmopolitan in Sweden. You can therefore expect unexpectedly exotic attractions for this part of the world. While the architecture is typical for Sweden, the city’s cultural life and its dining reflect its citizens. For the Swedish spirit of the place, visit Malmöhus Castle, former residency of the kings of Denmark, which is today a museum complex hosting a history museum, art museum, aquarium, and terrarium. Folkets park is quite exciting for the little ones, and for those of you who visit Malmo in August, Malmöfestivalen offers many cultural and culinary experiences.

Swedish cuisineAndrew Mager / CC BY-SA 2.0


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Organic, traditional Swedish cuisine

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Housed in one of the oldest buildings in Malmö, Thott’s is a treat for all senses. The traditional Swedish cuisine is exquisite, and includes everything from wild game, fish and meat to vegetables and Scandinavian inspired sweets.

Thott’s Restaurant and Bar is a Radisson Blu venue, that offers al fresco dining on the outdoor terrace and houses the hotel’s renowned Super Breakfast Buffet. Menus change each season, and use the finest organic produce, procured locally.

Östergatan 8, Malmö
+46 40-698 4800
Breakfast: 06:30 - 10:00 (Mon - Fri) 07:00 - 11:00 (Sat - Sun) Lunch: 11:30 - 14:00 (Mon - Fri) Dinner: 17:00 - 22:30 (Mon - Sat) Bar: 11:30 - Midnight (Mon - Fri) 17:00 - Midnight (Sat) 17:00 - 23:00 (Sun)