Near the Västra Hamnen area you will not only find nice beaches “Ribersborgsstranden” (Ribersborg Beach) – also a reserved beach area for dogs – but also green. Thousands of square meters of nicely cut grass to sit on, have a picnic, spend time with friends and family. Or just go for a walk and enjoy the view to the baltic sea, the Öresund Bridge and the Malmö skyline – like for example – the Turning Torso.
Near Västra Hamnen you can find different marinas – or is it a marina? It looks more like a public parking for boats to me – but anyways… Boats. In the distance you can see the Öresund Bridge.
The picture is taken from the pedestrian bridge connecting Propellergatan
View to the Turning Torso from in front of a supermarket in Västra Hamnen.
A front view of Viking cruiseferry Cinderella arriving at Stockholm. In the background you see the skyline of Stockholm’s city center as seen from the Viking ferry terminal in Stadsgården.
The Viking cruiseferry Cinderella arriving in Stockholm. In the background you can see parts of Stockholm’s popular amusement park Gröna Lund, founded in 1883.
View from Brygga 1 – the bridge to Ribersborgs Kallbadhus, a historical wodden bath house and restaurant a.k.a. Kallis.
The Turning Torso in Malmø on a cloudy but nice day in April. A nice snapshot I took with my iPhoneSE driving across the city: silhouettes of the street lights of the Malmö harbour area in the foreground, cloud mountains in the background.