Voted the happiest city in Sweden in 2016, Malmo is a shining example of a city that has embraced multiculturalism and thrived since. Apartments in Malmo are growing in popularity, and depending on the neighborhood of your choosing, they can either be expensive or reasonable. In a very trendy areas such as Möllan, apartments in Malmo are fairly cheap. The neighborhood houses a large immigrant population and here you can find any number on international cuisine, music and artwork.
The busy neighborhood is a great example of the city, incorporating traditions and cultures from around the world here in this eclectic community. apartments in Malmo for rent that are more expensive and exclusive can be found in the neighborhood of Västra Hamn, this area is Europe's first carbon neutral district. It has risen the Malmos industrial history and has transformed into new build apartment blocks and serviced apartments overlooking the dockside. Some other worthy mentions of neighborhoods with apartments in Malmo Sweden to rent are Galma Stadan and Limhamn.
Although there are some reasonable rents in neighborhoods in Malmo, the cheapest option in terms of accommodation would be to find a shared apartment with a spare room. The reason that rooms in Malmo are so cheap is because the rent is split between each room and each tenant. In areas ike Möllan, you can find a room in a shared apartment for a very reasonable price. The area is close to the center and also have a great local and international food scene due to the large immigrant population residing there. Rooms for rent in Malmo Sweden save the tenants money due to the fact that the utilities and bills such as gas, electric and wifi are also split between each room.
The city of Malmo is a great place to attend university. It may not be international students first choice of destination for university, but that does not mean it has nothing to offer. The city is small and compact, meaning it is easy to get around on foot or bicycle. Student accommodation in Malmo consists of shared apartments with fellow students also living in the other rooms. These apartments are privately run and are all close to the University campus, giving the students a level of independence.