The Swedish city of Malmo offers delights to suit travelers of every age, taste and cultural persuasion. Turning Torso is a fascinatingly twisted or swirled building that everybody is flocking to the region to see. Towering into the sky at 623 ft, this residential building is a wonder to behold. The Stapelbaddsparken is a great venue for skateboarding for young and older enthusiasts of this sport. For great food and coffee try Lilla Torg which is a big outdoor area where you will find great eateries and clubs. Malmohus Castle houses several museums and exhibits and is a great trip for the whole family. At the Konsthall you will find contemporary and classic art with the addition of brunch on Sundays.
St Peter’s church offers lunch, concerts and services for worship. Folket’s Park offers a great location for picnics, bars and dance venues. At Katrientorp country house, you will find a gorgeous country manor with well-maintained gardens, a farm house dating back to the 19th century and a café and antiques store. This is a great choice for a day trip for the entire family. A harvest fair and Christmas market is held each year at the Katrientorp.
The city features a humid continental climate. There is no dry season and the summers are warm. Temperatures vary from 37 to 71 degrees Fahrenheit during the year. The warm season runs from May to September, while the cold season lasts from September to March. The hottest month in the city is July with temperatures ranging from 55 to 71 degrees in the afternoons. February is the coldest month of the year with an average temperature of below 23 degrees. Most rain falls around mid-November. The driest month is April, but rainfall does occur in the city all year round.
The cheapest time to visit Malmo is likely to be during off-peak times. February is the coldest time of the year with temperatures below freezing, so this is likely to be the time of the year that yields the lowest hotel and airfare rates. Snow does fall during January. The busiest time of the year is the warm summer months, which peak during July. Prices are likely to be high around this time, and also during the festive holiday season, school vacations and during events and festivals.