The oldest public square in the city of Malmo, Sweden, is Stortorget. The square, which was built in 1536 by former mayor Jorgen Kock is the centre of the city’s old town. The square is bordered by old and historic buildings, such as the Town Hall. The square is a meeting place in the city, on its perimeter is many bars and restaurants where you can sit and enjoy the square and watch Malmo life pass by.
The square is a 5-minute walk away from ‘Central Station’ the main transport hub of the city.
Opening Times and Admission
The square is a public square, it is open all day every day and is free to enter.