Celebrate the wonders of the land and sea in Gothenburg, Sweden’s second-largest city and home to Liseberg amusement park, the country’s #1 tourist attraction.
Visiting Gothenburg Archipelago is a must, as is sampling everything from modern gastronomy to ‘fika’ to the fresh-caught wonders at Feskekörka (Fish Church). Be sure to take in the Gothenburg Museum of Art, stunning contemporary art at Röda Sten Art Centre, and – if you visit in August – the incredible Way Out West music festival.
Restaurants in Gothenburg
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The old building is in a courtyard of smaller buildings .All house artisan craftmen...silversmith, glass, chocolate specialist, antique shop etc.. In the main building today was a Christmas Market with approximately twenty other stall - quite a range of crafts on offer and all of good quality. As it is the feast of St Lucia we were entertained on the stage by an excellent choir celebrating this event. There was quite a crowd of visitors and a lovely festive atmosphere.
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Lilla Bommen is the essentially a small harbour full of boats with some lovely scenery including the ‘lipstick’ building and the opera house. We had a lovely wander around this area early one morning. Very peaceful.
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A museum about the people that left Sweden for a new life in America during the time of 1850 to 1930. How, who, why and where did they end up?
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This lovely town square has an impressive statue, is where city hall is found and acts as a great meeting place. Once of Göteborg’s centrepieces, the statue of Gustav II Adolf properly reflects his importance in establishing Sweden as a proper military influence.
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