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The second-biggest city in Sweden and the fifth-biggest in the Nordic countries. Located by the Kattegat, on the west shore of Sweden, the city actually has citizens of about 543,005, with 549,839 in the town region and 973,261 occupants in the city district. Gothenburg is situated on the west shore, in southwestern Sweden, around halfway amid the metropolises Copenhagen, Denmark, and Oslo, Norway. The island of Gothenburg includes uneven, vain stones and ridges, which also is usual for the shore of Bohuslän. Because of the Gulf Stream, the city has a warm weather and somewhat weighty rain. Gothenburg has many parks and nature reserves varying in magnitude from tens of square meters to hundreds of hectares. It also has various green sections that are not appointed as parks or reserves. A couple of homes remain from the 17th century when the city was established, considering all but the military and royal homes were constructed of wood, an unusual peculiarity is the Skansen Kronan. Book holidays to Gothenburg with Travel Center and gain from our all-inclusive holidays which include affordable flights, cheap lodgings and flexible booking options. We at Travel Center are devoted to make sure that your holiday to Gothenburg is unforgettable!


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Time Zone

UTC+01:00 hour

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Norwegian, SAS, Ryanair, KLM



Best Time to Travel

June to August

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 12.54 SEK

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Feskekörka (The Fish Market)

What preferable way into the heart and soul of the city than eating like a native. The church-like Feskekörka, which precisely interprets as "fish-church" comes from 1874 and was constructed as a test to see if one construction could stand without columns. Within, you'll discover a scale of operative fishmongers and superb restaurants.


One of the ancient neighborhoods in Gothenburg and dates from the mid-17th century. Walk down the delightful neighbourhood of Haga Nygata, which is bordered with charmingly conserved timber homes, boutique stores, and lovely cafés.

The Museum of Art (Konstmuseet)

Consisting a distinctive selection of Nordic art, considered as one of the excellent selections in Northern Europe and highlighting works by Carl Larsson, Edvard Munch, Anders Zorn, Picasso, Chagall, Monet, Rembrandt, and various others. The photo displays at the Hasselblad Centre in the same structure are well worth visiting.

Liseberg Amusement Park

A real family preference, there's exciting rides and rollercoasters, frequent concerts, and during Christmas, a huge fair. About 40 various appeals and rides like the; AtmosFear, the highest free fall ride in Europe, and the award-winning wooden roller coaster Balder would aid tourists while away the hours.

Magasinkvarteret (The Shopping Quarter)

The fashionable, crowded neighborhood around Magasinsgatan, in central Gothenburg, used to be a warehouse region and is well worth a trip. Get a cup of coffee and something to eat or scan shops with everything from inner design to classic clothing. There are lots of connoisseur and customary restaurants.

Älvsborg Fortress

The best-conserved castle in Sweden. Currently, it's one of the most famous boat trips in Gothenburg. The trip comprises of a magnified ancient conducted tour, which as well as being instructive is very enjoyable. On the island there's a café, a tiny handicraft store, twisting trails, and a stunning environment.

Skansen Kronan

A castle constructed to protect against recognised risks of Danish assaults from the south. The construction performed as a prison, as a private house in the 19th century, and as a military museum in the 20th century. Currently, the place incorporates a restaurant and conference hub.

The Southern Archipelago

You don't have to journey far from the city to discover delightful villages, beautiful surroundings, and immaculate beaches. Seal expeditions, sailing, lobster fishing, sea-angling, and boat trips are just some of the ventures to entice travellers in the Gothenburg island (Skärgården).

The Garden Society (Trädgårdsföreningen)

One of the most elegantly conserved 19th century parks in Europe. Here, tourists could walk among reeling lawns, foreign plants, and ancient structures. The woodland gardens and spectacular selection of roses is a triumph for any eye, while the magnificent glass and cast-iron Palm House at the park's hub was influenced by the popular Crystal palace in London.

Universeum Science and Natural History Museum

The biggest Science hub in the Nordic countries and the aquariums are amid the biggest in Europe. Tour the inner jungle or go on trek and get close to lizards, birds, insects, sloths, and many kinds of monkeys. The ocean tank is residence to eight various types of sharks, the biggest one is the sand tiger shark.