Malmo Airport (MMX)
Orientation and Maps
The city of Malmo dates back to the 13th century and was once part of Denmark, being especially close to Copenhagen, located to the west. Now very much a Swedish city, Malmo lies in the Skåne Län area, on the southern side of Sweden, and is the country's third-biggest city.
Malmo Sturup International Airport (MMX) can be found to the south-east of the city, being surrounded by countryside and connected by the E65 highway. Each year, thousands fly into the airport, or travel on passenger ferries or catamarans, arriving at the centrally located Skeppsbron docks.
Malmo Sturup International Airport (MMX) Maps: Important City Districts
The charming medieval centre of Malmo contains many interconnecting cobbled streets and pedestrianised areas. There are numerous restaurants and bars in this part of the city, and nearby you will discover several large parklands and a long beach.
In recent years, Malmo has become known for its nightlife and many visitors enjoy the night-time entertainment on offer. Malmo's tourist information centre is situated within the Central Station and offers a host of free information and city maps. The tourist office also sells the popular Malmökortet (Malmo Card), which provides free entry into the city's museums, car parks and cinemas, and discounts for many other attractions, together with free trips on the guided bus tour and some of the city's public transport.
The train station is a particularly beautiful building, with grand 19th-century architecture, being located in the centre of Malmo. Nearby is a long canal, surrounded by several interconnecting parks and gardens, such as Kingspark and Slottspark. Stortorget is Malmo's main public square and dates back to the mid-16th century.