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The largest non-capital in the Nordics, Gothenburg is a university town booming with culture, a high-tech research hub and an advocate of sustainability. Known for its friendly locals, the mixture of the charming atmosphere with the breeze of the sea makes this city a favourite.
Founded by King Gustav II Adolf in the 17th century, Gothenburg developed into an important commercial fishing hub. Its significance increased due to the Swedish East India Company. Exports of iron and wood and the tobacco and sugar industry were among the main sectors which gave the city big profits.
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This city is best explored on foot. Take in the atmospheric experience provided by the cobbled streets lined with independent shops and cafés. Explore Haga, a vibrant neighborhood which was Gothenburg’s first suburb when it was originally planned in the 17th century. Take the opportunity to stop for a Fika, at the classic Café Husaren on Haga Nygata, which is an ancient and popular custom of enjoying a coffee and a snack with friends.
Gothenburg has one of the world’s most buoyant scenes. Hosting numerous breweries, GBG Beer Week, world’s biggest beer and whisky festivals take place here every spring. Dating back to the mid-17th century, Poppels brewery was one of the first breweries opened on the city’s shores. Don’t forget to enjoy a pint of beer at Dugges, the city’s first micro-brewery.
Made up of over 8,000 islands, islets and skerries, the gorgeous Bohuslän archipelago provides the perfect opportunity to spend a day in the most idyllic manner. The lobsters found here are considered to be the best in the world. Have a small and cozy picnic at the cliffs of these rocky islands or go on long bike rides and scenic walks while admiring this haven.
A gastronomical heaven, Gothenburg is a popular foodie destination complete with fresh seafood harvested from the nearby sea and land. Make sure you visit the fish market Feskekörka for the most diverse collection of fish and seafood in the country.
You are guaranteed a varied adventure full with lively city life, all within the magic of nature and sea.
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Gothenburg Museum of Art
Including masterpieces by Albert Edelfelt, Ernst Josephson, Monet and Picasso Chagall, the museum is home to one of the finest art collections in Northern Europe. Admire the gorgeous art and participate in the family activities, lectures and workshops organized by the museum. Enjoy a small meal at the café in the grounds itself.
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Extremely famous for the sculpture of two men, strapped together, fighting with knives, Bältespännarparken is a small park on the main boulevard Avenyn, in the centre of the city. Have a small picnic with your loved ones and relax in the beautiful ambience provided by the flowers. Go for a stroll in the evening and unwind.
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Gothenburg Botanical Garden
Attracting over half a million visitors a year, the botanical garden is one of the most popular attractions in the region. Learn more about the 16,000 species of plants in the different greenhouses and areas of the garden. It is a great place to visit all year round and numerous exhibitions are held in the greenhouses annually.
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Learn all you can about the trams and tramways of Gothenburg at Göteborgs Spårvägsmuseum. Take a look at ancient but functional trams and examine 20th century tickets and uniforms. A horse-drawn tram from the 19th century is on display and guided tours are also provided for inquisitive visitors. Try out the tram simulator with the controls tram drivers used in the 1950s.
A stunning German church located in the city centre, Christinae Kyrka was named after Gustav II Adolf’s daughter, Queen Kristina. Architecturally gorgeous, the yellow church with a tower and a sanctuary attracts tourists from all over. Historically significant, the 42 bells ringing at different times of the day is a mesmerizing experience.
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The Göteborg Opera
Situated at the river-side, the great Göteborg Opera is famous for its wide variety of operas, musicals, classic and modern ballet. The building alone is architecturally stunning. It was built in 1994 and designed by Jan Izikowitz. A show here is a must and you can enjoy a delightful meal at the opera restaurant which opens two hours before the show.
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A coastal town with an eclectic mixture of sea, culture, shopping and city life Varberg offers something wonderful for everyone. Visit the Varberg Fortress and discover its turbulent history while marveling at the gorgeous view. The town hosts Sweden’s best spas, with services ranging from health baths to body treatments. Enjoy a salty bath with water straight from the sea and unwind.
Kungälv is a lively city attracting tourists all over the world to experience the nature and atmospheric surroundings. Make sure to visit the historic Bohus Fortress and gaze upon its impressive structure. Have wonderful strolls around the city's cozy streets and enjoy the relaxing presence of water at the river Nordre Alv.
Feel at home with nature in Delsjön, with the neighboring lakes Stora and Lilla Delsjön. This area provides ample opportunities for adventure and nature lovers to have the best time. From comforting walks in the nature reserves, exciting canoe trips to joyful swims at the beaches, Delsjön is a beloved destination for a memorable time.
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The country’s sailing capital, Marstrand is situated in Kungälv Municipality. A vibrant town full with quaint streets, top restaurants and cafes, sun and salty swims, music and spectacle, Marstrand is a visitors’ favourite. Visit the Strandverket Art Museum which showcases stories and tales from the past through a wide range of photography and sculpture.
Considered to be one of the liveliest "summer towns" of the Swedish west coast, Smögen is a small island and a popular seaside resort. Full of hustle and bustle, visitors come to participate in sports like sailing, motorboating and diving and rave all night with parties in nightclubs. The island is suitable for families with children as well with a special safe sandy beach for children.