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Maybe it was because it was January but this place wasn’t anything special. It was kinda dead, didn’t realize how many places closed early on Sunday and closed on Monday. It’s the main hub of the town but don’t expect much in the winter.
Old Town Malmo is filled with historical buildings and the "Little Square" is delightful. I enjoyed standing still and taking pictures. Nearby are plenty of shops and restaurants to explore. Quaint and charming part of busy Mamo. Wish I had spent more time here but...More
So this square is where my walking tour ended. There are some restaurants on the square and it’s a pedestrian zone so you can wander around. Malmö isn’t so big so this square, and the others, are all really close to each other. Good for...More
When Stortorget wasn't big enough for Malmo`s trade and shopping place, another square was built in 1590, so it was called Lilla Torg.
it is surrounded by colorful buildings which makes this sq as beautiful as a painting Frame.
there are lots of pubs there...More
This tiny and cosy square lies in the heart of the old town. It is really a touching remnant and memory from the centuries gone by. Have a proper look, forget any haste and hustle. Enjoy the simple beauty of these old buildings.
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It's only 600 meters from the central station to Lilla Torg. If you only have an hour to spend, I would suggest you head south from the station towards Stortorget and Lilla Torg, and simply walk around the narrow streets in... More
It's only 600 meters from the central station to Lilla Torg. If you only have an hour to spend, I would suggest you head south from the station towards Stortorget and Lilla Torg, and simply walk around the narrow streets in the area and visit some of the cool shops, exhibitions, and bars in this picturesque neighbourhood..