• Sweden - Southern Sweden

    The guide was updated: 2014-08-19

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Southern Sweden


- the Swedish name of Gothenburg. Sweden’s second largest city is transforming from industrial seaport to contemporary cultural and international sports venue. With the addition of the beautiful Gothenburg Opera in 1994 and a revamping of some of the city’s museums, its cultural landscape is also changing – all for the better.
Southern Sweden


Sweden’s gateway to Continental Europe. Over the past decade, Malmö has undergone a most dramatic post-industrial transformation. This cosmopolitan city has ”reclaimed” the seafront, where entire new city districts full of interesting modern architecture and bustling street life have been constructed. Of course, another radical change has been the mighty Öresund Bridge, opened in 2000, which connects Malmö with Denmark´s capital Copenhagen, just twenty minutes away. The region now forms a single metropolitan area one of the most expansive, exciting and energetic in Northern Europe.
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