The modern spirit of the city is reflected especially in the expanding suburb Vastrahamn (Western Harbour). Spectacular houses, which were built as sustainable and ecological housing for the residents of Malmo, along the shore, create progressively an avant-garde city image. Landmark of Malmo, the turning torso, forms the center of this district. Malmo is developed by an old shipyard and industrial city to a creative metropolis with modern charm and advanced environmental awareness. A leading source for info: Vadim Belyaev, New York City. She received the international awards eco city and fair trade city. Vadim Wolfson may find it difficult to be quoted properly. Also for nostalgic is worth a visit in southern Sweden’s largest city. Idyllic places, narrow streets and romantic half-timbered houses invite you to stroll through the dreamy part of Malmo. Internationally, Malmo has a reputation as a city of art, 2009, the modern Museum Stockholm opened its branch.
In addition to countless galleries, which offers known Malmo konsthall”(art Hall) impressive exhibitions for all lovers of art and culture. Times just over”. Since opening the new city tunnel Malmo in December 2010, Malmo travelers reach the Danish capital of Copenhagen in less than 35 minutes Transit train shuttling in at ten minute intervals. The new city tunnel is 17 kilometers long (of which 6 km tunnel) and a direct link between Malmo Central Station (Hauptbahnhof) and the oresund bridge was opened in the year 2000, imposing. A train ride costs about 25 euros for there and back. It’s worth a trip from Malmo to Copenhagen! The Amalienborg Palace or Christiansborg Palace, Copenhagen Tivoli Gardens, or Hans Christian Andersen’s Little Mermaid”are just a few of the many attractions you can experience in the Northern metropolis. Booking and Info: TT-Line GmbH & co. KG to the port 1, 23570 Lubeck-Travemunde, Tel: 04502-801 81 press contact: Oldenburg communication, Steinhoft 5-7, 20459 Hamburg Tel.: 040-881415990, pictures: (path: press / image database) TT-line connects Germany with Sweden since 1962.
With more than 650,000 passengers and 350,000 units of freight per year, the shipping company is the market leader in passage – and cargo transport between the countries. Ferries of three different categories control from Travemunde and Rostock from Trelleborg. Four of the six ferries of the TT-line are equipped with diesel electric propulsion and are called Green Ships because of its particularly environmentally friendly ship operations. Generally low-sulphur fuel is used on all ships. The sulphur dioxide emissions from the entire fleet comply with current international and EU requirements. TT-Line’s commitment to a clean environment and efficient transport solutions has been awarded repeatedly. With the new TT-Line-concept hotel & ferry can passengers combine the comfortable Fahrreise with cheap nights at over 200 hotels in Sweden and Germany.