Torghandel is one of Malmo's oldest markets located in the quaint neighborhood of Mollan. The market opens at 7a each day of the week with the sounds of farmers and fishermen shouting out their own slogans in a bid to lure the locals and tourists towards their store. The market is even today one of the most popular ways to shop for fresh fruits, vegetables, fish and flowers in Malmo, without burning a hole in your pocket.
Cacaofoni is a must visit if you have a weakness for chocolate. The brainchild of Ann Thydell and Elisabeth Cewers, this artisan chocolate shop opened its doors in 2006 and has been wowing chocoholics ever since. Acclaimed for their delightful creations, their chocolates and pralines are made from the finest of cocoa available. You can catch the action live how their sweet delights are made or take a part in their chocolate tastings. They also offer courses in praline making.
Aplace is a high-end fashion boutique in Malmo which stocks a wide range seasonally-inspired fashion clothing, footwear, and accessories for men, women and children made by various fashion designers from Sweden and around the world. The store also a wide range of kitchenware, stationery, candles, books and electronic gadgets. Walk into an Aplace store to get a taste of the best of Scandinavian and International fashion.
Varuhuset 2 Kronor is a 15,000 square foot (1400 square meters) second-hand store in Malmo which sells used home furniture, outdated products and imitation commodities acquired from external sources. They also handle sale orders from customers from which they deduct a 35 percent commission on the final selling price. So if you're looking to cash in some of your old stuff, this is the place to do it from.
Located in the heart of the city, Gustav Adolf Torg is a prominent public square. Not only is the square nestled amidst a number of historical buildings and important landmarks but the square is also close to The Old Cemetery. Besides the buildings, the square is also known for the number of sculptures and architectural pieces scattered across it as well as the number of cafes and shopping stalls housed here. The square is host to summer festivals as well. Whether you marvel at the historic Children Playing sculpture, relax in one of the cafes or shop for souvenirs, you can be rest assured of a memorable time in the buzzing space that is Gustav Adolfs Torg.
Located in Scandinavia, the Emporia mall is considered as one of the biggest shopping malls located in the city of Malmo, Sweden. There are about 200 shops in the Emporia and is about 3 stories with a roof terrace. It is said that the roof terrace is about the size of 4 soccer fields. The decoration of the building with its design and sounds were created by the Radja Sound Design Agency. The architect of the structure is Gert Wingardh and it is owned by Steen & Stom.