Erasmus+ in Sweden


Malmö – the third largest city in Sweden and the capital of the Skåne region. Multiculturalism, proximity to Copenhagen and an incredibly extensive network of bicycle paths are the most characteristic features of the city. Restaurants are serving dishes from around the world and the city center itself is a classic example of European architecture, with perfectly preserved monuments and lots of modern buildings.

Göteborg – located on the east coast of Sweden, it is the second largest city in the country and the largest port and university center in all of Scandinavia. The mix of students, sailors and stevedores, with a sizable number of foreigners, makes the Gothenburg atmosphere much more relaxed and cheerful.

Helsingborg – one of the oldest cities in Sweden, the eighth largest – with over 91,000 inhabitants. Located in the Skåne region. There are only 4 km between Helsinborg and the Danish city of Helsingor, which is located on the other side of the Øresund Strait.