Lilla Torg – medieval Malmö’s little square, in pictures

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  1. I’m going to Sweden this summer and Malmo looks like the type of city I would love! So quaint,charming and colorful. I am always a sucker for cobbled streets.

    • Sara Dobak says:

      That’s good to know – I’ll try and get my ‘top things to see and do in Malmö’ post written up before then!

  2. What a fabulous find. I’d love to explore this square one day. Sounds as if it could be easily missed if you didn’t know about it.

    • Sara Dobak says:

      You’re absolutely right! I’m sure I’d have headed for the more obvious places if I hadn’t been tipped off 🙂

  3. What a cute and colourful place! I’ve still to make it to Sweden but Malmö looks like my sort of place, especially on a beautiful day like that.

    • Sara Dobak says:

      I hadn’t been to Sweden either – Malmö was my first taste of the country and totally exceeded my expectations, I just wish I’d have had longer there 🙂

  4. some stunning photos here! I have been keen to go to Malmo for some time. It looks gorgeous – I particularly like the colourful old buildings. I had to look at the photo of the clogs twice as initially, I thought they were giant clogs!

    • Sara Dobak says:

      Thanks, Amanda – Malmo has more points of interest than I anticipated and I’ll be writing more about those soon. As for the clogs, who says they AREN’T for giants?! 😉

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