Malmö accessible travel guide to disabled friendly holidays

Things to do

Malmöhus castle
This is the oldest surviving castle. There is so much to explore. Besides the castle itself, the Malmö Museum and the Science and Maritime house are on site. Visit the Aquarium or the U3 Submarine.

Malmö Opera
One of Europe’s largest opera houses. There is a show almost every night. Anything from Opera, musicals, concerts or dance performances are some of what you can expect. There is something for all ages and all tastes at the Opera House.

Folkets Park
Oldest public park, with areas for leisure and children play areas. Scattered throughout the park you will find entertainment areas. There is an amusement park for children available. There is the tropic house home to birds and reptiles and an albino kangaroo. Features a petting zoo and pony rides as well.

Accessible holiday rentals Malmö

Handiscover offers services that help to find the accommodation to suit your situation. Our website offers three accessibility options to choose from. You select your option and a list of accommodations appears that offer what you need. Select from the list and have an easy and relaxing stay away from home.


Malmö’s main points of public transportation include trains, buses, and cars. Trains run every twenty minutes so there will be plenty of time to catch one to your destination. All trains stations and trains are wheelchair accessible with special lifts and seating. Buses come equipped with lifts and special seating as well. There are guides who can help you plan your trip in advance. The goal of making your stay as easy and comfortable for you as possible.

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