Gothenburg, Sweden in a nutshell
Immerse in Nordic culture at Sweden's second largest city, and find yourself in the middle of 390-year old structures. Gothenburg, or Göteborg in Swedish, has served as the largest and busiest seaport among the Nordic countries. The global city is a haven for students, its open book serves as fertile ground for sports, academics, cuisines, and of course, sight-seeing. The automobiles of Volvo were founded in the city, and it isn't difficult to see why. Gothenburg's streets are a delight to discover; tram rides can take you to the shopping streets of Avenyn, Haga Old Town, and Linnestaden, or through Linen and Vasastan's array of nightlife. All guests turn into converts upon tasting Gothenburg's newfound gastronomic miracle, with of 5 prestigious restaurants that garnered Michelin Stars. But before all that, head to Northern Europe's most beautiful and largest amusement park at Lisebarg. Walking may be a rather leisurely way to see the streets, but renting a bike at Styr and Stall does the job just as well. Tourists head to the city for A Gothenburg Christmas, where light shows bathe the city's museums under swathes of dazzling light.
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Score 4.0 / 5
We loved everything... very picturesque. Food was amazing, paddan (sightseeing boat) a must!
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