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Gothenburg Sweden

Gothenburg lies at the mouth of the Göta älv river, gracing the country’s west coast with its waterfront vistas and Dutch-style canals. This Swedish city has something for every type of traveller thanks to its sun-drenched beaches, awe-inspiring architecture, cultural festivals, lush nature reserves and more.

A good way to explore Gothenburg is by setting out on a stroll around the busy boulevard of Avenyn or verdant parks, such as the Slottsskogen. You can also traverse the city along the criss-cross routes of its iconic blue trams, hopping off at stops that catch your eye.

From buckling up for one of Europe’s longest dive coasters at the Liseberg amusement park to pondering over artworks across different time periods at the Gothenburg Museum of Art, there’s no dearth of things to do in Gothenburg. If you’re looking for a relaxing getaway from the city, you can take a ferry to the picturesque Gothenburg archipelago.

This port city makes the most of its coastal location to offer a delicious spread of seafood specialities. On your Gothenburg trip, you can visit the lively indoor fish market of Feskekôrka or try out popular seafood restaurants, such as Sjöbaren in the Haga neighborhood, the river-facing Sjömagasinet or the renowned Fiskekrogen. As the city is also a hotspot for craft beers, you can spend an evening grabbing a few drinks at local breweries like Haket Pub, Ölstugan Tullen and Ölrepubliken.



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