You’ve come to the right place! Since summer 2016 we have showed people around the city of Malmö and we have loved every single walk – come join us!
Sightseeing has never been more fun and affordable! We take you around the main sights of the city center on a walking tour that lasts roughly two hours, while we explain the history and contemporary life of the third largest city of Sweden. Your experienced guide will share the hidden gems and stories with you, and you will leave Malmö full of information and with a greater understanding of how this city came to be and what makes it so special.
The tour is free of charge but tips are greatly appreciated. At the moment all our free tours are in English.
You can register for our free walking tours up to 14 days in advance.
If your trip to Malmö is more than two weeks from today, please come back and check for tours within 14 days of your desired tour date.
Search for tours by clicking on the calendar, select your tour, then fill in your contact information and let us know how many people you are booking for (we have a limit of 8 per booking for our free tours, if you want to book for more than 8 people please contact us for info about private tours).
Our meeting point is the statue of Charles X Gustav on Stortorget in Malmö, just a short walk from the central train station “Malmö C”.
To identify your guide: Look for the light blue umbrella, a folder with our logo and the person with the biggest smile holding it!
It’s easy – just register and show up at the meeting point for your tour at your booked date and time. We ask you to please register so that we know how many people to expect in our effort to keep the group size below 30 participants per guide.
Our tour lasts for roughly two hours (depending on guide, weather and group size) and is circular, we start on Stortorget and we end on the centrally located Lilla Torg. The walk is roughly 4,5km in a leisurely pace.
The tour operates according to the popular free tour concept – there is no fixed fee but we appreciate tips!
You don’t need to bring any booking confirmation, but make sure to wear comfortable shoes, have a water bottle – and if necessary an umbrella or sun screen with you.
We don’t enter any buildings along the way, the whole tour takes place outdoors. Everything is wheelchair and stroller accessible, although some parts have cobblestone streets.
Our tour covers the most important sights of the city center. Sights may vary slightly depending on your guide and the accessibility but most tours will include:
We meet by the statue of Charles X Gustav on Stortorget, and the tour ends on Lilla Torg.
No, you don’t need to bring a printed confirmation to the meeting point, let’s save some trees!
We update our schedule so that the tours are bookable 14 days in advance, so if you can’t find your desired date in the calendar, check back closer to your date of visit. If it isn’t in the calendar, we unfortunately don’t have a tour that day – sorry!
We operate according to the popular free tour concept, meaning there is no fixed price. You may tip your guide at the end of the tour, that’s all! Please note that your tip is the only income the guide gets. We are very grateful for your generosity.
We happily accept tips in cash in any currency.
At the moment we can’t accept credit cards. Some of us have PayPal or Swish as well, just ask your guide.
It depends very much on the season and which day of the week you are attending, but we try to keep the group size at 30 maximum. We don’t have any minimum requirement – if one person comes to explore Malmö with us, we do the tour.
We run the tours regardless of weather (if at all possible). Make sure to check the weather forecast and dress accordingly. We won’t go inside any buildings so be prepared to walk outside for two hours.
Our free tour is currently only available in English.
We offer paid private tours in several other languages, including Swedish, German and Spanish. Email us for rates and booking.
Absolutely! Don’t miss the chance to visit another country while in Copenhagen. Malmö is only half an hour away and is easy to reach by train or bus, both going very frequently across the Öresund Bridge. Remember to bring your passport/ID card when crossing the border.
Generally yes, as long as it is calm and friendly. We will ask you to please respect anybody that expresses discomfort around your pet and to keep a distance if necessary.
Our tours run regardless of weather.
Sun, rain, snow or fog – come prepared!
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