Malmo Travel Guide
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Welcome to K°benhavn! Often recognized as being one of the most environmentally-friendly cities in Europe with the best quality of life, Copenhagen is no-brainer. Sure it may be a tad expensive, but there's reason after reason for that. This week, Lilit Marcus will be sharing the must-hit spots, whether you have three days or over a week.
It's thanks to high speed trains and the joy of Scandinavian efficiency that you can get from Copenhagen to Malm÷, Sweden, in as much time as it takes to get from the east side of Manhattan to the west side. Trains depart roughly every 15-20 minutes from both city train stations, so go ahead and purchase a round-trip ticket before you leave, for 168 DKK ($28.50).
Feel free to bring a passport if you want, but no one will care or ask to see it; the border here is quite lax and many people commute between the two cities daily. Your train trip will take you over the gorgeous Oresund Bridge, so try to snap a photo from inside if you can.