Sightseeing and Shopping Day Tour in Sweden

Day Trips & Excursions in Denmark

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Enjoy an exclusive trip to Sweden, and visit shops, sights and stores. This tour goes from Copenhagen to the Malmö area on the Swedish side, and includes both landmarks and shopping opportunities.
The guide picks you up with the group of no more than 8 people in central Copenhagen. You then travel to Sweden by crossing the famous Öresund Bridge. The best photos of the bridge are taken from the Swedish side, so we make a stop for that. In Sweden the tour takes you out to the special local store Vellingeblomman, world famous in Vellinge, a high-end village on the Swedish countryside. Originally a flower shop, it is now a popular shopping destination for many Swedes who want to buy local products of many different kinds. Take the opportunity to stroll the flower garden. While there you get to try the Swedish pastry Kanelbulle along with a cup of strong Swedish coffee, all on the house. You then continue on into the town of Malmö, Sweden’s third biggest, where you stop for the inclusive lunch. Choose between local specialities such as herring or Swedish meatballs to eat, right down at the sea front. In Malmö the guide will show you some of the main landmarks of town, such as the old town, Old Town and the Main Square. Not to miss is the iconic skyscraper Turning Torso; the symbol of Malmö and with 190 meters the tallest building in all of Scandinavia. You also get to visit the brand new Malmö market hall. Why not try some home made icecream, or buy some Swedish chocolade to bring back home? Around 15.00 in the afternoon you then get to explore Malmö’s shopping opportunities on your own. You can walk among the high street stores on Södergatan, or go to the second biggest mall in Sweden: Emporia, with a selection of 230 different stores. At the end of the day you take the quickest and most comfortable way back to Copenhagen by travelling 1st class on the train. Your ticket is included and is an open ticket, allowing you to stay in Malmö exactly as much as you want.

What’s included

  • Local Guide
  • Small-group tour
  • Bottled water
  • Traditional Swedish fika (coffee & pastry)
  • Lunch
  • All taxes, fees and handling charges
  • 1st class open train return

What’s not included

  • Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
  • Gratuities
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off