Lilla Torg (Small Square) is a cobblestone square built in 1592 and a place for Malmö locals to dine, drink and just watch the world go by.
Opened in 1856, the facility was so well maintained and kept up to date and in 2011 won the Brunel Award for architecture/
Despite being the third largest city in Sweden, Malmö retains its quiet demeanour.
Construction started in 1319 (on the site of a much older church) and is considered the oldest church in Malmö. The church was built in Gothic style and the wooden altar is the largest of its kind in Europe.
Malmöhus was built in 1434 by King Eric of Pomerania, the first king of Nordic Kalmar Union and is the oldest remaining Renaissance Castle in Scandinavia.
Malmö is a relaxing day trip from Copenhagen across the Øresundsbron. When we went there, there was a Sunday garden fair by a local park with performances and Nordic street food (which is basically food trucks serving burgers).