Gothenburg Points of Interest and Places to Visit

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Feskekörka

With a history dating back to 1874, the Feskekörka is Gothenburg’s oldest market hall, Scandinavia’s largest fish market and the much-celebrated focal ...  Read more

Gothenburg Opera House (Goteborgsoperan)

With its dramatic perch on the Gota River waterfront and a façade inspired by its maritime surroundings, the Gothenburg Opera House (Goteborgsoperan) is ...  Read more

Southern Archipelago

A collection of small islands located on the Kattegat Sea coast, the Southern Archipelago makes a fashionable holiday destination for Gothenburg locals, as ...  Read more

Nya Älvsborg

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Guarding the mouth of the Göta River, the island fortress of Nya Älvsborg was built in the 17th century to protect the city against Danish invaders ...  Read more

Avenyn (Kungsportsavenyn)

Buzzing with activity day and night, the grand main street of Avenyn (Kungsportsavenyn) runs for a kilometer through the heart of Gothenburg city center and ...  Read more

Barken Viking

There are few more atmospheric ways to discover Gothenburg’s rich maritime history than bedding down in a stylishly redesigned ship cabin or dining with a ...  Read more

Botanical Garden (Botaniska Tradgarden)

One of Europe’s leading botanical gardens, Gothenburg’s Botanic Garden (Botaniska Tradgarden) was opened in 1923, in celebration of Gothenburg’s ...  Read more

Gustaf Adolf Square (Gustav Adolfs Torg)

Built in 1629 and known simply as Stortorget (Big Square) for two centuries, Gustaf Adolf Square gets its name from the plaza’s statue of Gustavus Adolphus, ...  Read more

Haga

Once run-down and on the verge of demolition, Gothenburg’s oldest district underwent a much-needed facelift in the 1980s and today, the historic quarter is one ...  Read more

Lilla Bommen

As Gothenburg’s principal marina, Lilla Bommen forms the focal point of the city’s waterfront and the scenic riverside stretch is home to a number of top ...  Read more

Liseberg

Whether you prefer a nostalgic ride on the spinning teacups or a stomach-churning rollercoaster descent, there’s something for all ages and tastes at Liseburg ...  Read more

Maritiman

Whether peeking into the engine rooms and crew’s quarters of a North Sea freighter, learning how to navigate a submarine or sipping coffee on the deck of a ...  Read more

Saluhallen

The biggest indoor food market in Gothenburg, upmarket Saluhallen hosts over forty shops and places to dine. Built in 1889 on the site of the former boatyard ...  Read more

Slottsskogen Park

Gothenburg’s famous Slottsskogen Park contains 137 acres of woodland, open spaces, jogging trails and penguins right in the heart of the city. That’s right, ...  Read more

Tradgardsforeningen (Garden Society of Gothenburg)

Just off Gothenburg’s main shopping avenue, Tradgardsforeningen was founded in 1842 by King Carl XIV Johan as a park and horticultural garden to be enjoyed by ...  Read more

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