Essential visits in Gothenburg

Gothenburg is the second most populous city in Sweden and is home to the largest port in Scandinavia. In addition, it has many green areas and a lot of places to discover. We enter its streets, its museums, its parks and everything that this city offers. Would you like to discover it with us?


Lilla Bommen is an 86-meter-high building next to the Göta river, known as “the lipstick” due to its shape and colors. You can go up to the 22nd floor and enjoy a spectacular panoramic view of the city with views of the port.

The Liseberg amusement park

It is considered one of the main amusement parks in Europe , and in it we not only find attractions, but there are also music, dance or theater shows, gardens, hotels, bars, restaurants and a sculpture park. At Christmas it has an ice bar and a very special decoration.


The Slottsskogen park

It is the lung of the city . It has almost 140 hectares of green area, with forests that have been protected since 1874. You just have to walk through it to enjoy all its wealth, and from three higher areas you will be able to contemplate wonderful views of the city.

Haga neighborhood

It is one of the oldest areas of the city, with narrow streets, buildings full of history, antique and fashion stores … A place where you can lose yourself and simply enjoy walking through its streets and avenues.

The Gothenburg Archipelago

Half an hour by tram from the city center we reached the coast. There you can walk through Marstrand, a small coastal town, and if you want to go a little further you can go to the archipelago of islands among which you can enjoy the island of Marstrand, Åstol, Hållö, and the Koster Islands, where the marine reserve is. largest in Sweden.