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Last weekend, Mike and I spent a night in Gothenburg. It was a very short visit but more than enough to have a break and explore the second largest city in Sweden. In case you are planning to visit Gothenburg, here are some of my travel tips:
Gustav Adolfs Square
Gothenburg City Hall located in the main square
Kronhuset, Gothenburg´s oldest house.
Brunnsparken by the canal is a popular park in the center. Taking a boat tour is also a great idea to see the city 😉
Maritiman where you can explore maritime vessels
Lilla Bommens Hamn, this is very famous for tourists with all the restaurants around but due to Covid-19, it was empty during our visit.
Horticultural Society, a vast 19th century garden
Saluhall, a gourmet food hall which is comparable to the Söderhallarna in Stockholm 😉
Kungsportsavenyn, a famous avenue with restaurants and shops
Gothenburg´s Museum of Art with the Poseidon statue in front
Feskekörka, a large seafood market pretty much like the Stora Saluhallen 👍
Järntorgsbrunnen, with lots of cafes and restaurants around.
Haga, a lovely district with shops and cafes 😍
Skansen Kronan, once a fortress this is now a famous venue for weddings
View of the city from Skansen Kronan
Oscar Fredrik Church, with it´s beautiful Neo-Gothic architecture
Gothenburg Central Station
Inside the Central Station
Alfons Åbergs Kulturhus, for the kids 👦👧
Shopping in the city center
Taking the public transportation although the city is really not that big so walking would be fine 👍