ADD TO LISTIf you're planning a trip to Sweden, you should really consider making your way to Goteborg as it is one of Sweden's top travel destinations. Goteborg offers some world-class museums, parks, and amusement, and some must-see attractions including the Liseberg, Liseberg Amusement Park, and Universum. Take some time to explore this Goteborg travel guide and check out all the interesting stuff to see and do there.
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Göteborg is a charming smaller city on Sweden's west coast, and it might be hard to realize that this is actually second biggest city in Sweden.
With lot of greenery and parks, it is much more relaxing than for example Stockholm or Malmö.
Pace and perhaps even attitude is bit different.
Göteborg still uses rail transport in city: trams or so called spårvagnar. There are many new models of the trams now, but it is still common even with the old models from 1960s/70s. They might be less convinient with their oddly constructed doors, but in general they are fun... and could actually be considered to be part of the attractions in city.
There are quite few museums, churches, a moderate size convention center, stadiums for bigger music and sport events, and not to forget: an opera house.
Liseberg is local amusment park and provides rides, fun and events for all from mid springtime until mid september, every year. Recent years they have started with winter holiday events as well (December-January.)
Göteborg is one of quite many Swedish university cities. For a smaller city like this, the list of events is usually quite impressive. Decent club scene. Restaurants can be pretty good experience and there are nice places where to treat yourself and your company matching for all levels of economy.
Some of the best restaurants are "Pasta etc" (cheap, yet stylish, and very tasty foods), "LaSombrita" (greatest tapas I've ever tasted, anywhere... decent price), "28+" (fine dining and delicious dishes with matching prices), ... just to mention few.
Göteborg is said to be one of the best cities in Europe for good restaurants, so make sure to find your favorites during your stay.
Apres avoir effectué un court passage a Goteborg, voila ce que j'en retient : le bateau mouche est pas mal et surement le moyen le moins fatigant pour visiter la ville qui est jolie mais dont bcp de batiment auraient besoin d'un petit coup de renovation ! pour ce qui est de lambiance, je n'ai pas vraiment eu a me plaindre : j'y suis allée pour la finale de la coupe de l'UEFA en 2003 (Marseille-Valence), il y avait dc enormement de monde (pour une ville comme goteborg) et comme les supporters venaient encourager leurs equipes respecrtives, il y avait aussi beaucoup d'ambiance. Et malgré que marseille ait perdu cette finale, j'en garde un super souvenir !
Buy the Gothenburg pass - valid for 24 or 48 hours and includes entry into all the museums and most attractions in town and unlimited public transport in the city as well. Also well worth including the Paddan boat tour and if available (only on Saturdays off peak season) the bus tour around the city. You can more than get your moneys worth in your half a day! Available from the tourist info centre and hotels. Also allows you 2 for 1 tickets on the airport bus back to the airport, which you can purchase at a vistraffik centre, several located in the city centre.
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