On Monday we went away for a tiny vacation to Malmö and Copenhagen. Malmö, for those of you who don’t know, is one of the southernmost and the third biggest city of Sweden. It took us about seven hours to get there (stops included) by car. We stayed in a cabin at a camp.

On Tuesday we crossed Öresundsbron (the bridge connecting Sweden to Denmark) over to Copenhagen. We didn’t explore much there, just walked around in the city. After that we returned to Malmö and visited the Turning Torso, which is the tallest building in the Nordic countries with its 190,4 meters. It’s an apartment building, so you can’t go inside. At the end of our trip, yesterday, we visited a park before driving back home.

And that was basically it. It was a very short trip and a huge chunk of it was spent inside the car, so it hasn’t quenched my thirst for traveling (even though it was my first visit both to Malmö and Denmark). But I unfortunately can’t manage the time to go anywhere till December :-/. Ah well…

Here is a slide show with the sights we explored.

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