This year, the city of Malmö wants to do more than any other host city to accomodate the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community with events planned throughout the two weeks the Eurovision Song Contest is in town. The city has a number of permanent gay venues, many of which will host special events during the two weeks. There are also gay-friendy cafés and bars dotted all over the city providing a plethora of choice for visiting fans, press and delegations.
Below are some suggestions for things to do that we have compiled in cooperation with Malmö Tourism. Come and take a look!
Euroclub and Euro Fan Café
The Euro Fan Café is a venue where fans congregate during the competition to relax and discuss all things Eurovision. This year it will be located at Folkets Park in the spectacular Moriska Paviljongen, close to some of the venues mentioned above.
If you have any suggestions for places to eat and party in Malmö, do not hesitate to write them in the comments box below!
The 2013 Eurovision Song Contest will be held on the 14th, 16th and 18th of May at the Malmö Arena.