Port information

CMP Cruise terminal Malmö (c) CMP


Cruise terminal located, Frihamnen close to City centre. Terminal is a converted warehouse with a new exterior profile, fitted with new light inlets, it encompasses some 1,000 square metres. Here you have 400 seats plus facilities for checking in and out. Tourist information in terminal.
Malmö city is a vibrant marketplace full of exciting shops, tasty restaurants and cozy coffeeplaces! Tourist information at a number of “infopoints”,
About 646 shops and 250 cafés and restaurants, some are located along the highstreet and some inside three citymalls: Hansa, Kv. Caroli and Triangeln. Don´t forget to take stroll along the smaller streets parallell to the highstreet. You find the most lovely and unique shops and cafés there! We recommend a visit to “Davidshallstorg“, for eclectic style, fair fashion and cusstomemade jewellery. For design and interior decoration visit “Engelbrektsgatan”. Lilla torg is surrounded by great restaurants, bars and cafés and a very popular meetingplace.

Port attractions

  1.  City Centre

    Malmö an old city in southern Sweden. Its the third largest city in Sweden. Has a long interesting history.
  2.  Lilla Torg

    Meet the locals at this cobblestoned square with cafes, half-timbered houses and shops selling local handicrafts. Observe city life having a break during your visit.
  3.  Malmö Castle

    16th-century fortress built, by King Christian III of Denmark, houses nature, history and art exhibits. Why not relax in the castle park?
  4.  Turning Torso

    Tallest building in Scandinavia, the neo-futurist residential skyscraper is a visible landmark at Västra Hamnen.
  5.  Sankt Petri Church

    Gothic brich church with flying buttresses dating to the 14th and 15th centuries.
  6.  Lund Chathedral

    Seat of the bishop of Lund of the Church of Sweden. Until Danish Reformation,the Catholic episcopal see of the Diocese of Lund, dedicat Saint Lawrence

Port views

Søren Balken Petersen
CMP, Søren Balken Petersen

Port facts

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Passengers by Source in 2023
Calls 2023

Onshore Power

Onshore Power
OPS (Onshore Power System)
Shore power within the next 5 years
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Port contacts


Luis de Carvalho, Commercial Cruise Director
Terminalgatan 18
201 25 Malmö
+45 22 21 01 31


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Page last updated: 2023-11-08 11:48


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