“If you’ve seen Malmö, you’ve seen the world!” – A bold saying in my opinion, but nonetheless true in some aspects. Of the 195 nationalities listed by the U.N., 184 are represented in Malmö. And nowhere is this more visible than in the city district “Möllevången”. Its location right in the middle of Malmö makes it easy to access from anywhere in the city. Möllevången has roughly 11000 inhabitants and covers the area bordered by the streets; Spårvägsgatan, Södra Förstadsgatan, Bergsgatan, Amiralsgatan and Nobelvägen. Möllevångstorget, Folkets Park and the mall Mitt Möllan are all located in this district.
In my opinion, Möllevången is the true heart of Malmö and I strongly urge all visitors to check it out! What really stands out to me about this area is the multi-level diversity that is concentrated here. It’s a true mixing pot where food from all corners of the world mix and meet with a range of enterprises, venues, people of all ages, nationalities, ethnicities and religions, the old and the new. Home to many cultural workers it’s also an immensely creative district and normally there’s no shortage of cultural events to attend. Möllevången has it all on offer; food, coffee, bars, clubs, fruit- & vegetable market, flea market, stage shows, concerts, cinema, festivals and much more. Including the neighbouring districts of “Sofielund” and “Rådmansvången”, I dare to say that there’s definitely something to satisfy almost any need!
If you truly want to experience Malmö’s diversity and unique ambiance this is THE PLACE to be!