The expansion of the Western Harbour has since its beginning attracted considerable attention, and it has become an international model for sustainable urban development. Its location on the waterfront, closeness to the city and its fine urban environments make the Western Harbour one of Malmö's most attractive areas to live in, work in and visit.
Guided digital tour of the Western Harbour
The Western Harbour has attracted interest from international city planners for the last 20 years and is an example of sustainable city planning. With this guided digital tour it’s possible to visit the area from anywhere in the world free of charge.
Here you can find information on the harbours expansion and history and the urbanism that has taken place from Bo01 – the world’s first climate neutral city area – to the parts of the Western Harbour which are developed today. The themes of the tour are city planning and architecture, public space and green space, soil remediation, storm water management, energy provision and waste management.
The tour, which exists in English and Swedish, is about 40 minutes long and has 16 target points with three 360 degree photos each. It can currently only be accessed with a web browser.
For guided tours please contact the private guides Word, 28.6 kB. we collaborate with.