Whether you are interested in exploring Malmö’s diverse sustainable neighbourhoods, kayaking in the ocean, or visiting one of its many museums, Malmö has something to offer. Should your time in Sweden allow for additional time to explore the city or region, take a look at the Visit Sweden website or other online resources such as TripAdvisor for recommendations on what to see and do.
There are many InfoPoints in the city where you will receive personal service and can pick up a map of Malmö:
Malmö Airport, Visitors Center, Malmö-Sturup
Travelshop, Carlsgatan 4A
Pressbyrån, Södergatan 11
Emporia Shopping Center, Hyllie Boulevard 19
Moderna Museet Malmö, Ola Billgrens plats 2-4
Lilla Skåne, Engelbrektsgatan 7
Andelshamnen Lagunen, Vaktgatan 9 Limhamn
First Camp Malmö, Strandgatan 101
Katrinetorp, Katrinetorps allé 1
Sustainability was at the core of The Malmö Summit. ICLEI and City of Malmö were committed to minimizing the negative environmental impact of the event as well as increasing our positive social impact in the community. The congress was environmentally certified according to the Swedish Environmental Base Standard (“Svensk Miljöbas”). But we also encouraged the attendees to help us by acting sustainably on a personal level. Together made this event both memorable and sustainable.Learn about Sustainability at the Summit
The City of Malmö together with ICLEI were devoted to make the Malmö Summit a non-discriminatory, equitably accessible, and inclusive event. The equity policy of the Malmö Summit surpassed Sweden’s discrimination law, aiming to ensure that all persons regardless of sex, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), social status, physical appearance or body size, had the same opportunity to participate in and to have an overall good quality experience at the Malmö Summit. All participants wew encouraged to foster a safe, healthy, and pleasant environment for all.