When in Gothenburg, you should always visit Haga. There is a lot of cozy cafés and shops. It's next to Järntorget. This picture doesn't really show the place, will change it eventually.
Haga is one of the oldest and cosiest neighbourhoods in Gothenburg. Close to the city centre and perfect to take a stroll through, enjoy the small independent shops and the cute cefés (with the largest cinnamon buns in town).
Haga is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Gothenburg. The pedestrian street Haga Nygata is lined with well-preserved houses, many in the characteristic Gothenburg style called "landshövdingehus" with one floor in brick and the rest in wood. Today they house plenty of independent shops and cafés.
Really old part of Gothenburg with great shops and café (especially the café husaren). Try the cinnamonroll and a really black coffe!
“The biggest (?) amusement park in Scandinavia... Tram 5 takes you there...”
“Universeum is a public science centre and museum in Gothenburg, Sweden that opened in 2001. It is a part of Evenemangsstråket, the thoroughfare of events – close to Korsvägen and Skånegatan – which includes sights of interest like Scandinavium, Ullevi, Svenska Mässan, Liseberg and the Museum of World Culture. Universeum is divided into six sections, each containing experiment workshops and a collection of reptiles, fish and insects. ”
“A great botanical garden that is free of charge to visit. Offers both quiet paths for walking as well as cafeteria and picnic areas. ”
“Slottsskogen is a place for relaxation, recreation and outdoor activities. The mix between planned park and natural forest creates a fantastic environment for everything from running to cosy picnics. In and close to the park are cafés, playgrounds and much more.”
“The Gothenburg Museum of Art has one of the foremost art collections in Northern Europe. Works by masters such as Rembrandt, Picasso and van Gogh are shown side by side with works by contemporary artists such as Charlotte Gyllenhammar, Lina Selander and Cajsa von Zeipel.”