Caroli Quarter, Malmo
Locals will tell you that there is no exact definition as to what constitutes the Caroli district of Malmo, yet many consider it to be the area surrounding the stunning Caroli church that dates back to 1680.
In the centre of the Caroli Quarter lies the oldest commercial district in Malmo - creating a fascinating atmosphere where new meets old around every corner. Filled with restaurants serving freshly cooked food and boutique shops, and steeped in history - the Caroli Quarter is an unmissable stop for visitors to Malmo.
Explore the Caroli district of Malmo
Today Caroli is famed for being one of the best shopping areas in Malmo, with a plethora of upmarket stores selling everything from watches to designer handbags. Treat yourself to a new pair of shoes at DinSko, a trendy footwear store, or find a rejuvenating remedy at Nature pharmacy and health store.
Visitors to the Caroli area will also benefit from the astounding range of cafes and restaurants on offer. Quench your thirst at any of the stylish cafes and sit outside to soak up the Swedish sun, or sample cuisine from anywhere in the world you choose - Caroli has excellent Chinese, Indian and American establishments. Of course, traditional Swedish delights can also be bought - in Rådhuskällaren, the vaulted cellars of the town hall, for example.
Stay at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Malmo
For the perfect choice in accommodation in Malmo, stay at the Radisson Blu Hotel. A five-minute walk from the delightful Caroli Quarter, the Radisson Blu Hotel, Malmo provides a comfortable, stylish place to stay.
A great place to retire after a long day in the shops or an evening dining in one of Caroli's many restaurants, the Radisson Blu Hotel, Malmo is a welcoming retreat from the bustle of the city.