Malmö is home to a great many shopping malls and alluring boutiques which not only offer great shopping opportunities, but also interesting experiences and indulgent gourmet delights. Visit cozy boutiques in the heart of the city and combine your shopping spree with an energizing coffee break, or head to a large shopping mall where you'll find plenty of food outlets and exciting pit-stops like the movie theater or an activity center.

    Malmö is also home to a lively town square culture, so why not explore one of the local markets and pick up some fresh ingredients for a home-cooked evening meal?

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    Emporia

    Indulge in a shopping experience across several floors

    Emporia is not the sort of place you simply pop into for a quick look – it is a sprawling experience across three different floors, all brimming with exciting shops to explore. You'll find everything from toys and books through to tools and brand-name clothing. And when you're ready to take a break, there are more than 20 different restaurants and coffee shops.

    Choose between cozy cafés, salad and juice bars, fast food joints or one of the more high-class restaurants if you feel like lingering for a while and enjoying some lunch once your shopping spree is complete. Emporia is located in the Hyllie neighbourhood in south west Malmö and is easy to reach by train, bus or automobile.

    Location: Hyllie Boulevard 19, 215 32 Malmö, Sweden

    Open: Monday–Sunday 10 am to 8 pm

    Phone: +46 40 36 36 00

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    Entré

    Discover a central shopping mall where fun reigns supreme

    • Food
    • Families
    • Shoppers
    • Adventure

    A visit to Entré not only entails excellent shopping but also delicious food and pulse-raising activities. Explore the latest within Italian menswear, fashion accessories and home utensils. When your tummy starts to rumble, take your pick between many of the eateries on offer. You'll find pizza, sushi, burgers, tapas and salads, or why not charge up with a coffee or treat yourself to some soft serve?

    Once your shopping urges have been satisfied and your belly filled, you'll find plenty of entertainment to enjoy as well. There's glow-in-the-dark mini golf, an activity center with climbing walls, trampolines, ninja warrior courses and parkour, not to mention a tiny town where kids and adults alike can set their imagination free and enjoy endless hours of creative play. Entré is located just 20 minutes away from the center by foot and is easily reached by automobile or by bus.

    Location: Fredsgatan 10, 212 12 Malmö, Sweden

    Open: Monday–Friday 10 am to 8 pm, Saturday–Sunday 10 am to 6 pm

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    Gamla Väster

    Combine shopping with old-town charm

    Gamla Väster is a picturesque part of Malmö's Old Town (Gamla staden) and a charming place to do some shopping. There are plenty of different fashion boutiques including both larger chains selling exclusive brands as well as smaller, independent stores where you can pick up something unique. The area itself has retained a lot of its old-world charm, with plenty of beautiful and historic buildings and streets to admire as you stroll around from shop to shop.

    Most of what you can see is from the 19th-century, although certain streets and buildings have features dating back to the Middle Ages. What's more, the area's proximity to both Stortorget square and Little Square (Lilla torg) make it an excellent location to pause for a cup of coffee or a bite to eat when energy levels run low.

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    Södra Förstadsgatan

    Explore small stores and terraces in the city centre

    Södra Förstadsgatan is the southern entrance to Malmö's historic center and a great place to find both small shops and large malls in a quiet yet central location. The Triangeln Shopping Center is located at the northern end of Södra Förstadsgatan while many smaller stores lie close together along the entire length of the street. The range of products on offer is eclectic but fashion and home decor are particularly abundant.

    There are also second-hand shops and boutiques if you're on the hunt for a stylish new addition to your wardrobe. Or if it's home accessories you're after, you'll find a number of larger chains selling everything from furniture and lamps to paintings and rugs.

    Location: Södra Förstadsgatan, 211 43 Malmö, Sweden

    Open: Monday–Friday 10 am to 8 pm, Saturday–Sunday 10 am to 6 pm

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    Triangeln Shopping Center

    Window shopping and cozy cafés under one roof

    The modern and centrally located Triangeln Shopping Center is home to 150 shops across two floors, bathed in natural light which streams in through the glass roof. You'll find a broad range of different products but especially stores selling fashion and home decor. Triangeln is also home to many delightful eateries where you can take your pick between fast food, simpler dishes or a sweet snack. Some of the restaurants also offer a nice view over the bustling crowds on the walkways outside.

    The shopping centre's great location south of the city centre makes it easy to reach either by train or by bus.

    Location: Södra Förstadsgatan 41, 211 43 Malmö, Sweden

    Open: Monday–Friday 10 am to 8 pm, Saturday–Sunday 10 am to 6 pm

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    Möllevång Square

    Try out an alternate shopping experience

    Malmö's Möllevång Square can boast both lively marketplace shopping as well as a number of specialist stores and a rich nightlife. Markets are held from Monday to Saturday with vendors selling fresh fruit and veg – perfect for making a home-cooked meal. Or if you feel like something a little different for dinner, check out some of the many exciting international shops around the square to pick up some exotic ingredients and products.

    If you feel like you need a little help navigating the more exotic products on sale, book yourself a spot on the Matkaravan Food Walk to learn more from an expert guide. Or if you don't feel like cooking on your vacation, there are plenty of restaurants nearby to choose from before wrapping up your evening at one of the local pubs.

    Location: Möllevångstorget, 214 24 Malmö, Sweden

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    Hansa

    Shop fashion and beauty in the heart of the city

    Shopping at Hansa means shopping in Malmö's most central shopping mall where fashion and beauty reign supreme. The central location next to Gustav Adolf Square by the Södra Förstadskanalen canal means Hansa is easy to reach either on foot or by bus. Once inside, you'll find a great mix of main street chains and smaller independent stores. Appearance and image take center stage, but you'll also find books, home accessories and everyday necessities such as a grocery store and a pharmacy.

    Besides the shops, there are also several cafés and restaurants to choose between with simple fare in focus.

    Location: Stora Nygatan 50-56, 211 37 Malmö, Sweden

    Open: Monday–Friday 10 am to 7 pm, Saturday 10 am to 6 pm, Sunday 11 am to 5 pm

    Phone: +46 40 77 000

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    Caroli

    Indulge in big-city shopping with a neighbourhood feel

    Caroli is not so much a shopping mall as it is a meeting place; a cozy part of town with every amenity on hand, from health and beauty products to good food and drink. In addition to shops, you'll find a wide range of eateries serving up everything from gyros to sushi, plus several grocery stores and many essential services. For example, you can drop the automobile off to get washed while you shop, have an old pair of shoes repaired by the cobbler or check out a new pair of glasses.

    Caroli boasts a central location just a few hundred meters from Central Station and is easily reached by foot, or take the automobile and park in one of the two nearby multi-storey carparks.

    Location: Fastighets AB Carolus 32, 211 25 Malmö, Sweden

    Open: Monday–Friday 10 am to 7 pm, Saturday 10 am to 5 pm, Sunday 11 am to 5 pm

    Phone: +46 40 611 73 20

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    Mobilia

    Discover main street chains selling everything from technology to fashion

    At Mobilia in southern Malmö, you'll find heaps of popular main street chains within everything from sports to home decor. The shopping mall is one of the biggest in town and not only boasts a number of popular chains, but also a number of shops which are exclusive to Mobilia. Cap off your shopping spree with a hot drink or a spot of lunch at one of the many cafés and restaurants serving everything from fair trade coffee to oriental cuisine.

    Mobilia is located in the district of Södervärn which is a few miles south of the center and easily reached by most means of transportation. Numerous bus lines will take you here and there is free parking if you opt to arrive by automobile.

    Location: Per Albin Hanssons Väg 40, 214 32 Malmö, Sweden

    Open: Monday–Friday 10 am to 8 pm, Saturday–Sunday 10 am to 6 pm

    Phone: +46 40 672 82 98

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    Svågertorp

    Visit many of the big chains in one place

    Svågertorp is home to many of Sweden's biggest chain stores all in one location. Among other things, you'll find home decor, flowers, electronics, children's products and sporting equipment without having to go far between the shops. When your tummy begins to rumble, you'll find various different eateries in the area serving up Asian cuisine, fast food, pizzas, burgers, sushi and salad.

    Svågertorp is located just off the E20 expressway and the railroad line which makes it easy to reach either by automobile or train.

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