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T R A V E L & P U B L I C T R A N S P O R T

HOW TO GET HERE AND AROUND TOWN

AIR

Göteborg Landvetter Airport, swedavia.se

AIRPORT SHUTTLE

The bus to Landvetter Airport departs from the Nils Ericson Terminal and picks up at Kungsportsplatsen, Park Avenue and

Korsvägen. flygbussarna.se

FERRY

Stena Line has ferry services to Fredrikshamn

(Denmark) and Kiel (Germany).

stenaline.se

TRAINS AND BUSES oresundstag.se, nsb.no, sj.se nettbuss.se, swebus.se, eurolines.se

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Västtrafik runs trams, buses, archipelago boats and commuter trains in Gothenburg and Västra

Götaland. A Göteborg City Card gives you free travel in Gothenburg and neighbouring municipalities. vasttrafik.se

STYR & STÄLL CITY BIKES

Rent a bike for 30 minutes at a time from around

60 stations spread around the city centre (threeday ticket for SEK 25 or with a City Card).

goteborgbikes.se

ACCESSIBILITY

You can find accessibility information for a variety of businesses in Gothenburg on the t-d.se website. Among other things you can check if they have a lift or wheelchair ramp.

BOAT TRIP

Experience Gothenburg at sea. Departures every day during the summer.

Guided tour in the harbour to Volvo Museum in Arendal or a trip to Southern

Archipelago

Buy tickets at Maritiman or online at www.goteborgshamntur.se

Free trip with

Göteborg City Card

Thursday dance at the famous Brännö brygga.

Buy tickets at Maritiman or online at www.kulturbatarna.se

Departure 18:00h

Price from SEK 295

Åk ut lite tidigare till

Göteborg Landvetter Airport

Kom gärna hit lite tidigare än du tänkt för att upptäcka vårt utbud på flygplatsen. Här hittar du nya och moderna restauranger som serverar allt från klassiska västkustdelikatesser till välsmakande juicer och maträtter från jordens alla hörn. Det finns ett stort och varierande shoppingutbud – låt dig inspireras av välkända varumärken och exklusiva parfymhus.

Varmt välkommen!

Arrive a little earlier at Göteborg Landvetter Airport

It is a good idea to come a little earlier than you thought in order to discover our offering at the airport. You’ll find new, modern restaurants here that serve everything from classic delicacies from Sweden’s west coast to tasty juices and dishes from all the corners of the world. There is a wide and varied range of shopping on offer – let yourself be inspired by famous brands and exclusive perfume houses.

We look forward to seeing you!

GÖTEBORG

CITY GUIDE

2016–2017 / ENGLISH

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FROM

775

SEK/PERSON

BOOK A GREAT VALUE

GOTHENBURG PACKAGE

TODAY

The package includes hotel accommodation with breakfast plus the best that Gothenburg can offer. You get a City Card, which gives free admission to Liseberg amusement park and Universeum Science Centre, great shopping discounts, free public transport, parking and much more. It could hardly be easier.

Book at goteborg.com or phone +46 (0) 31-368 42 00.

Read more about accommodation on page 50.

CONTENTS

EVENTS ............................................................................................................................. 4

GÖTEBORG CITY CARD.................................................................................................... 6

CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE........................................................................................ 7

THE WILD SIDE OF GOTHENBURG .............................................................................. 10

CITY WALKS ................................................................................................................... 12

THE COAST & ISLANDS ................................................................................................ 14

SHOPPING ...................................................................................................................... 20

CULTURE ........................................................................................................................ 26

ATTRACTIONS AND ACTIVITIES ................................................................................... 30

RESTAURANTS............................................................................................................... 38

NIGHTLIFE .................................................................................................................... 48

ACCOMMODATION ......................................................................................................... 50

MAPS .............................................................................................................................. 58

TRAVEL & PUBLIC TRANSPORT .................................................................................. 61

GÖTEBORG CITY GUIDE

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+46 (0) 31-368 40 00

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Göteborg & Co does not accept liability for any printing errors or changes. Always check opening times, especially during holidays.

Photography:

Alfons Åbergs Kulturhus /

Gunilla Bergström, Fredrik Schenholm,

Oddway, Dick Gillberg, Beatrice Törnros,

Jennie Smith, Krister Engström, Kim Svensson,

Niklas Maupoix, Niklas S Bernstone,

Stefan W Persson, Steampipe Production

Studio AB, Universeum, Ines Sebalj,

Gabriella Duraffourd, Ola Kjelbye,

Emma Lökholm, Emil Fagander, Gothia Towers,

Dino Soldin, Superstudio D&D AB,

Markus Wetterberg.

WELCOME TO GOTHENBURG

No matter whether you come here for the food, the stunning coast and islands or perhaps one of many sporting and cultural events, there is a warm welcome waiting for you in Gothenburg.

This year some of the best parks in Scandinavia create an epic exhibition together: Gothenburg Green World.

Throughout 2016 you can enjoy garden art and horticulture of the highest international standard in the city centre and participating gardens. If you visit during the autumn break you should not miss Halloween at Liseberg, when the park offers scary sights and butterflies in the tummy for the whole family.

Gothenburg also hosts one of Europe’s top music festivals and some of the world’s biggest youth sporting events. You have the sea, lakes, wide open spaces and forests right on your doorstep, and if you’re looking for big adventure you won’t have to look far. Whatever the weather or season, Gothenburg is the place to experience the real Sweden.

We can point you in the right direction at the Tourist

Centres. You can book accommodation through us, get information about events, buy a Göteborg City Card, souvenirs, books, maps, tickets for excursions and much more. We can also arrange guided tours. We hope you enjoy your stay in Gothenburg!

See you soon!

Annelie Karlsson

Manager, Tourist Information Centre

TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRE

Kungsportsplatsen 2

Nordstadstorget

Phone: +46 (0) 31-368 42 00

E-mail: [email protected]

Chat: goteborg.com

facebook.com/goteborgcom

@goteborgcom

@goteborgcom

CITY

CARD

This symbol shows where you can get free admission with the

Göteborg City Card. Read more on page 6 and at goteborg.com/citycard

E V E N T S

ALWAYS SOMETHING GOING ON

Gothenburg is a lively city of events. From January to December you can enjoy a great mix of major sports events, food festivals, garden exhibitions and cultural events. Find out what is on today at goteborg.com/en/events.

GÖTEBORG FILM FESTIVAL

JANUARY–FEBRUARY

30,000 visitors converge on the city to watch great films and independent jewels.

FESTIVAL OF FIRE

MARCH

Gothenburg welcomes spring with a mix of fire, music, song and dance.

HAMMARKULLEN

CARNIVAL MAY

The district of Hammarkullen hosts Sweden’s biggest carnival.

GOTHENBURG

GREEN WORLD

Throughout 2016 Gothenburg offers the best garden events in Scandinavia!

Come along and see everything from traditional garden art and unique botanical exhibitions to organic growing, green installations, concept gardens and inspiring green oases in the heart of the city.

See the full programme at gothenburggreenworld.com

See you there!

E V E N T S

WEST PRIDE JUNE

Summer kicks off with the

Pride parade and rainbow festival.

GOTHENBURG CULTURE

FESTIVAL AUGUST

The city is transformed into a free festival of culture for all.

WAY OUT WEST AUGUST

The internationally celebrated music festival takes over

Slottsskogen city park for the tenth year in succession.

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GOTHENBURG DANCE

& THEATRE FESTIVAL

AUGUST

A world-class festival of the performing arts at big and small venues around the city.

GÖTEBORG BOOK FAIR

SEPTEMBER

The Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre is turned into the largest book fair in Scandinavia.

CHRISTMAS CITY

NOVEMBER–DECEMBER

Gothenburg switches on its glittering Christmas lights.

C H I L D R E N & Y O U N G P E O P L E

EXEMPEL PÅ VAD SOM INGÅR

I ETT GÖTEBORG CITY CARD

ADMISSION TO LISEBERG AMUSEMENT PARK

Nordens största nöjespark Liseberg erbjuder ett

40-tal åk attraktioner, hundratusentals blommor, thousands of flowers, games, dancing, music and great food. Try out the wicked roller coaster, fantastisk utsikt över stan från Lisebergshjulet.

over the city from the Liseberg Wheel.

UNIVERSEUM

Ett sju våningar stort äventyr för hela familjen.

På science centret Universeum väntar djur, experiment och kluriga utmaningar. Utforska några av Europas största akvarier, spännande

utställningar och en hel regnskog – mitt i

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BUSS, SPÅRVAGN OCH BÅT

Ibland kan det vara skönt att vila fötterna. Med

över 100 olika busslinjer och ett dussin spårvagnslinjer tar du dig smidigt runt i Göteborg out to the coast and islands.

PADDAN SIGHTSEEING

Glid fram i kanalerna på en guidad tur med Paddan.

Högsäsong (7/7 − 20/8) gäller City Card för en fri resa efter klockan 15.00, i övrigt hela dagen.

Se allt som ingår på goteborg.com/ citycard

KIDS’

FAVOURITES

Gothenburg is ideal for family holidays. There are plenty of fun things to do, and because the city is so compact it takes very little time to get from the breakfast table to the highlight of the day. Many of these activities are just as much fun for adults as for kids.

BUTTERFLIES IN YOUR TUMMY

Liseberg is the greatest amusement park in

Scandinavia and is filled with exciting rides, activities and music for all the family. During autumn break and Halloween, Liseberg opens its gates on a world of childish mischief, showers of candy, disco dancing, carousels in Rabbit Land and hair-raising houses of horror. Liseberg’s popular Christmas market opens for the

Christmas season.

liseberg.se

WAVE TO A SHARK

The enormous Universeum Science Centre near Korsvägen is a must for families with kids.

Covering seven floors, this is the place to see exotic animals, explore the rainforest, watch the sharks feeding in the giant aquarium and try out fun experiments. universeum.se

PLAYTIME AT ALFIE’S

The old seed shop at the Garden Society of Gothenburg (Trädgårdsföreningen) has been transformed into Alfie Atkins’ Cultural Centre (Alfons

Åbergs Kulturhus). The setting and the activities are based on the books by Gunilla Bergström, including theatre and storytelling sessions. There is also a café here.

alfonskulturhus.se

CLIMB ON A WHALE

Plikta is a large playground in Slottsskogen city park that appeals to children of all ages. There are lots of cool things to do, including a 15-metrelong whale you can climb on. There is also an outdoor gym, boules pitch, table tennis table and picnic area. And don’t miss the Children’s Zoo, feeding time for the penguins and the seal pond.

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C H I L D R E N & Y O U N G P E O P L E C H I L D R E N & Y O U N G P E O P L E

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DISCOVER GOTHENBURG

Göteborg City Museum has a special section for younger children, where they can play and explore the city by climbing a tower block or taking a tram ride. It’s ideal for children up to age 5, but older children are also welcome. The heritage exhibits at the City Museum include the only Viking ship in Sweden that is permanently on display.

stadsmuseum.goteborg.se

TRY OUT THE COCKPIT

An underground aviation experience centre in one of the Cold War’s top-secret defence facilities, which now traces the history and development of aviation. Test your skills in a flight simulator, take a seat in a cockpit, be winched up by a rescue helicopter or check out the spy exhibits.

aeroseum.se

PILOT A SHIP INTO HARBOUR

Learn all about the sea, the people who worked on it and maritime life, at the Maritime Museum and Aquarium at Stigberget. Older kids can tackle the challenge of a ship simulator, while younger kids can get to know the creatures of the sea in the petting tank or burn off some energy in the Knattegatt playroom. sjofartsmuseum.goteborg.se

SHIP AHOY

Delve deep into maritime history and old ships aboard a fleet of vessels at Gothenburg Maritime

Experience Centre, near Packhuskajen. This is your chance to go to sea without leaving harbour.

The café serves waffles to hungry seadogs and shipmates.

maritiman.se

EXPLORE THE WORLD AT LARGE

The Museum of World Culture (Världskulturmuseet) near Korsvägen always has fascinating exhibitions covering topical issues around the world.

Earthlings (Jordlingar) is intended especially for the little ones. Saturdays are often especially suitable for families with children, with a variety of fun events on the programme.

varldskulturmuseet.se

GET THE ADRENALIN FLOWING

The Action Park is a dream for skateboarders,

BMXers and inline skaters of all ages.

This concrete landscape lies behind the

Bergakungen cinema, just a stone’s throw from

Liseberg amusement park and the Universeum

Science Centre. The park is fully landscaped and covers a massive 1,980 square metres.

TIME TO PLAY IN A GREEN SETTING

The Garden Society of Gothenburg (Trädgårdsföreningen) has its own playground, with clamber nets, swings and slides set in leafy surroundings.

Younger and older kids can play here while you admire the beautiful flower displays or enjoy coffee and a bite to eat at Rosenkaféet or Café

Grindstugan.

tradgardsforeningen.se

MORE TIPS FOR KIDS AT

GOTEBORG.COM

FÄRJENÄSPARKEN

One of the largest playgrounds on Hisingen, featuring clamber nets, spinning cups, teepees and animal sculptures. The skateboard park and basketball pitch are sure to appeal to older kids.

And when you are gasping for a cup of coffee,

Färjenäs Café, an old workers’ café, is close at hand.

ANGEREDS STADSPARK

A park where the colours, designs and play equipment are inspired by the circus.

There are slides, climbing ropes, distorting mirrors, trampolines, carousels and giant swings to amuse mini-acrobats and kids eager to play.

There are water games in summer, but otherwise you can always splash about in the nearby swimming pool.

POSITIVPARKEN

Parkour installation, trampolines, music games for slightly older kids and a farmyard-themed playground for the young ones. Positivet in Västra

Frölunda is a supervised park where the staff arrange activities and loan out equipment. You can get a coffee here and there are good facilities for barbecuing and picnicking. There is also a beach volleyball pitch nearby.

EXERCISPARKEN

Adventure golf, street basketball and beach volleyball are just a sample of what’s on offer in

Exercisparken in the southern corner of Heden, at the junction of Engelbrektsgatan and Södra vägen. Ideally located for combining with a visit to

Liseberg amusement park, Universeum Science

Centre or the Museum of World Culture.

ziplining, balancing on wires, swinging, climbing in nets and more in our treetop obsticle courses!

UPZONE ADVENTUREPARKS

BOOK YOUR ADVENTURE

WWW.UPZONE.SE

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F E A T U R E

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BIG ADVENTURES

FOR THE LITTLE ONES TOO

Adventure is never far away in Gothenburg. There are wild rapids, tranquil lakes, wonderful hiking trails and perfect conditions for climbing – all just a tram ride away. Karin Fingal and Fredrik Schenholm are passionate about this side of Gothenburg.

In your blog “Det vilda Göteborg” you write about adventures that are close to the city.

What is it that makes Gothenburg so unique?

Karin: The landscape is so varied here. In our blog we only write about stuff that is no more than an hour from the city centre, but most of the places are much nearer than that. Take a ten-minute ride on public transport and you can have the forest all to yourself.

The paddling is awesome but totally family friendly. There are lots of wind shelters and little islands you can pull on to.

Karin: Gothenburg is absolutely brilliant for ice skating as well. We’re far enough north for the lakes to freeze, but there are always lakes that are free from snow.

What are the important things to remember when you take kids out into the countryside?

Fredrik: Nature is one big playground. You just need to give yourself time, be patient and do things on the children’s terms. Be prepared to take extra breaks and take along something good to eat. Personally I think it’s easier being out in nature than in the city with my daughter.

And much more fun!

What are your best tips for someone who is here for a weekend and wants to see as much of the outdoors as possible?

Fredrik: I’m a great fan of Lärjedalen. There is an eight-kilometre circular trail between Hjällbo and

Angered, and walking along it is like stepping into another world. It has the feel of a rainforest, but it’s accessible by everyone. You can even take a pushchair if you want.

Karin: There is a wonderful bathing spot by the river Säveån, where the river forms a loop and the water rushes by. You could be in Thailand or

South America, but it’s right next to Stenkullen station.

Fredrik: Yes, or you could head out to Vättlefjäll! Then it’s like being in northern Sweden instead, with its lakes, pine trees and spruce.

In spring, summer and autumn you can hire a canoe.

FREDRIK

“Det vilda

Göteborg” will also be published as a book.

KARIN

FREDRIK AND KARIN’S TIPS

FOR ADVENTURES WITH KIDS

AGE 1–4

LOOK OUT FOR ANIMALS

AND ENJOY NATURE

1. Lärjedalen is ideal for excursions with young children. You can take a pushchair along and there is so much to see. Watch out for beaver, birds and fish together.

2. There is a magical beech forest at Lilla Änggården. It’s a hidden gem, and ideal if you want a taste of nature without leaving the city.

AGE 5–11

CRAWL INTO CAVES AND PADDLE A CANOE

1. In Greggered, south of Gothenburg, there are awesome caves that you can crawl into.

Everyone thinks they’re great!

2. Canoeing in Vättlefjäll is also ideal for children this age. There are also some really good wind shelters that you can spend the night in. Take along some hot dogs and marshmallows for a barbecue.

AGE 12–16

CLIMBING, SNORKELLING

AND MOUNTAIN BIKING

1. Gothenburg has Sweden’s best climbing close to the city. Get some advice from someone who knows the ropes and try climbing in Utby. There are also perfect conditions for bouldering. There are plenty of skilled guides you can hire to assist you if needed.

2. Änggårdsbergen nature reserve, behind

Gothenburg Botanical Garden, and Delsjöområdet nature reserve, just outside the city, both have excellent offroad trails for mountain biking. Hire a bike and head out on an adventure.

3. Öckerö island provides ideal conditions for snorkelling. Visibility can be up to 15 metres and you can see soft corals and fish

– big and small. All you need is a mask and snorkel.

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T H E C O A S T & I S L A N D S

Take a deep breath of fresh sea air. The coast and islands around

Gothenburg are a unique setting where the craggy shore meets leafy nature, dotted with fishing communities and opportunities to sample gourmet cuisine.

The islands of the archipelago are close enough to visit for the day, but still far enough away to have a totally different tempo to the city. The southern half of the archipelago is car-free. The only traffic you will see are flatbed mopeds, bikes and the occasional wheelbarrow. This is a relaxing setting and the frequent ferry service from Saltholmen makes it easy to get around. You can get to the northern archipelago by car or bus, and explore a mix of large and small islands. Several of the islands are linked by bridges after you take the ferry from Lilla Varholmen to Hönö.

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TIP! You can find a map of the islands at the back of this guide.

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T H E C O A S T & I S L A N D S

SEASIDE, BJÖRKÖ

A restaurant with wonderful sea views and activities such as singalongs and lobster safaris. You can also request pick-up on a RIB boat from central

Gothenburg. Low season: only open Fri–Sun.

seasidebjorko.se

TULLHUSET, HÖNÖ

A fish and shellfish restaurant in Klåva harbour.

Relaxed atmosphere and breathtaking views of the sea and Vinga lighthouse. Open all year round.

tullhuset.se

The only traffic you will see are flatbed mopeds, bikes and the occasional wheelbarrow.

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COFFEE AND A BITE TO EAT

BRÄNNÖ VÄRDSHUS, BRÄNNÖ

An inn in the middle of the island that is open all year round and serves everything from light meals to à la carte. Also renowned for its trays of fish and shellfish.

brannovardshus.se

SÖDRA SKÄRGÅRDENS CAFÉ, VRÅNGÖ

Coffee and meals served by the sea, near the steamboat jetty on the most southerly island in the archipelago. The menu varies and sometimes there is music, but the beautiful views always come free of charge.

facebook.com/skargardenscafe.vrango

PENSIONAT STYRSÖ SKÄRET, STYRSÖ

An island idyll that combines boarding house and restaurant. Serves seasonal gourmet dishes based on local produce, taking inspiration from the sea.

Prior booking is essential during the winter.

pensionatskaret.se

THINGS TO DO

SWIMMING

What could be better on a hot day than to take a dip from sun-warmed rocks or enjoy a picnic on the beach? There are almost unlimited opportunities for swimming and sunbathing in the Gothenburg archipelago. goteborg.com

CYCLING AND WALKING

The archipelago is ideally suited for walking and exploring on two wheels. You can take bikes on the ferries, if space permits, and you can hire bikes on

Styrsö, Brännö and Hönö. If you prefer walking there are plenty of great hiking paths and nature trails.

brannocykeluthyrning.com hyrcykeln.se, goteborg.com, obergska.se

KAYAKING

Gliding silently over the water, close to nature, is a fantastic experience. You can easily rent kayaks from many locations, including the Styrsö and Önnered jetties on the mainland near the southern archipelago.

ockerobatsallskap.se, escapeoutdoors.se, havskajak.se

T H E C O A S T & I S L A N D S

DAYS OUT

ARCHIPELAGO CRUISE

Step aboard for a tour of the archipelago in summer.

Some cruises also offer entertainment and serve fresh shrimps and other delicacies.

kulturbatarna.se

skargardslinjen.se

steamboat.se

vinga.org

strommaskargardsbatar.se

VINGA LIGHTHOUSE

Explore the most westerly point of Gothenburg, and the island birthplace of the composer Evert

Taube. Visit the Taube Museum, see the lighthouse at close quarters and swim in one of the finest

bathing locations on the west coast. Boat tours depart from Hönö Klåva harbour and Stenpiren in central Gothenburg during the summer.

solbris.se vinga.org wingavanner.se stromma.se walona.se

DANCE ON BRÄNNÖ JETTY

The jetty dance that was immortalised in the song by Lasse Dahlquist is still one of the most popular reasons for visiting Brännö. The dance is traditionally held on Thursday evenings in summer.

brannoforeningen.se

FISHING TOUR / SEAL SAFARI

Come along on an adventure at sea and fish for mackerel, crabs, crayfish and even lobster.

The catch will depend on the season. Alternatively you could join a seal safari from Hönö Klåva harbour and other locations.

aventyrochtang.se burfiskarna.se solbris.se

MORE ARCHIPELAGO TIPS AT

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A RUSTIC RESTAURANT IN THE

GOTHENBURG ARCHIPELAGO.

DONSÖ HAMNPLAN

FÄRSK FISK - RÖKT FISK

FÄRSK FISK - RÖKT FISK - SKALDJUR - DELIKATTESSER

ÖPPET ÅRET RUNT tel 0709 36 99 07 tel 0760 08 51 53

www.isbolaget.com

Välkommen till Brännö!

20 minuter med skärgårdsbåten från Saltholmen

ÖVERNATTA på skärgårdspensionat eller i gästrum

NJUT av ett glas vin och en välsmakande middag i den gamla lotsbostaden

UPPTÄCK naturen, klipporna, havet och vandra på våra leder och i Galterö naturreservat

Welcome to Brännö!

20 minutes boattrip from Saltholmen ferry terminal.

Spend a night in our archipelago boardinghouse or in our guestrooms. Enjoy a tasty meal, surrounded by beautiful nature, sea and wild cliffs. Discover the nature reserve

Galterö with an unique fauna and flora.

Welcome to Strandtappen.

Our store offers everything you might need for your boat, including gas and diesel. But there’s also ice cream, snacks and beverages.

For those of you more into an adventure you can rent one of our water scooters or try out our flyboard.

STRANDTAPPEN.SE

S H O P P I N G

Stroll between small, local shops, international chainstores and large department stores. There is everything you need here for a successful shopping trip and you never need to look far for a cup of coffee.

Because the city centre is so compact everything is within easy walking distance, and each quarter has its own distinctive character.

From the trendy shopping trio of the inner city –

Magasinsgatan, Vallgatan and Södra Larmgatan

– to the variety of the main boulevard, Avenyn, and the charming cafés and boutiques of Haga.

Department stores and shopping centres are the ideal choice if you prefer to stay dry

whatever the weather.

!

TIP! A City Card gives you plenty of great shopping discounts.

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S H O P P I N G

Because the city centre

is so compact everything is in easy walking distance, and each quarter has its own distinctive character.

SHOPPING CHOICES

AVENYN AND SÖDRA VÄGEN

Gothenburg’s main boulevard and the surrounding streets offer a great variety of small exclusive shops and flagship stores. You can find stylish menswear, jewellery, coffee, watches and much more.

avenyn.se

LINNÉ AND LÅNGGATAN SIDE STREETS

The area around Linnégatan, between Järntorget and Slottsskogen city park, provides shopping with a relaxed charm and no shortage of nearby restaurants. Organic kidswear, second-hand bargains and stylish handbags are among the attractions.

linnestan.com

HAGA NYGATA

The charming Haga quarter has an eclectic mix of old and new. The well-preserved timber buildings house cafés and shops with everything from toys to interior design goods and cool hats.

hagashopping.se

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MAGASINSGATAN

Several local clothing brands have set up shops in the quarter around Magasinsgatan. The mix

includes trendy interior design, seaside fashion and a combined flower shop and pottery run by a mother and daughter.

innerstadengbg.se

SÖDRA LARMGATAN AND VALLGATAN

In the area between the Market Hall (Saluhallen) on

Kungstorget, Magasinsgatan and Kungsgatan there are numerous small shops offering an enticing mix of everything from designer goods to Göteborg jeans.

Don’t miss Victoriapassagen – a hidden alley between

Södra Larmgatan and Vallgatan. innerstadengbg.se

SHOPPING CENTRES AND

DEPARTMENT STORES

NORDSTAN SHOPPING CENTRE

Sweden’s top shopping centre has over 200 shops selling everything from fashion and accessories to cosmetics, shoes and much more all under one roof.

Located right next to the central station, with stores that include HM, Åhléns and Volt. nordstan.se

NK, ÖSTRA HAMNGATAN 42

An exclusive department store that has occupied the same address for more than forty years. With four floors of fashion, accessories and interior design goods from leading Scandinavian designers and international brands. nk.se/goteborg

ARKADEN, FREDSGATAN 1

A modern shopping centre with around 25 stores selling fashion, design and interior goods. Stores include Beyond Retro, Zara and the North Face.

arkaden.nu

FRÖLUNDA TORG

New Frölunda Torg gives you the choice of over 200 stores, offering everything from fashion and furnishing to sport and cosmetics. You can get here in just 15 minutes and you can park free of charge for up to three hours. frolundatorg.se

S H O P P I N G

SECOND HAND AND VINTAGE

On the hunt for traditional flea markets, secondhand shops or retro gems? Set a course for the intersection of Magasinsgatan and Vallgatan to find the only Pop Boutique store outside the UK, fashion and vintage items at Miss Ragtime and retro at Ebbes

Hörna. The multi-floor Myrorna store, Emmaus

Björkå on Linnégatan and the stylish interior design store of Bebop in Haga are all close to Järntorget square. We recommend a detour to Majorna for hand-picked interior design gems at Fabriken.

goteborg.com

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100 butiker

Shopping i Allum

Tusentals erbjudanden

Allum ligger 8 km

öster om Göteborgs centrum. Välj E20 mot

Stockholm/Göteborg

Vad vill idag?

Läs mer på

allum.se

VAD VILL DU SHOPPA IDAG? DU HITTAR DET PÅ ALLUM I

HJÄRTAT AV PARTILLE. ÖPPET VARDAGAR 10-20 OCH

LÖRDAG - SÖNDAG 10-18. ALLTID FRI PARKERING.

MONDAY-FRIDAY 10-20, SATURDAY 10-18, SUNDAY 11-17

FREDSGATAN/BRUNNSPARKEN ARKADEN.NU

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Nordstan is Sweden’s most visited shopping centre and we have something for everyone. Flagship stores, small, personal boutiques, cafés, restaurants and events – All under one roof. Nordstan is located in the centre of Gothenburg, close to two of the city’s major public transport hubs, Brunnsparken and

Central Station. At Nordstan you’re always welcome.

See you soon!

Opening hours: Mon – Fri 10 –20 • Sat – Sun 10 –18. www.nordstan.se

200 STORES AND FREE PARKING FOR 3 h

Experience Gothenburg’s best shopping center. Find over

70 fashion stores plus everything from home décor and sporting goods to cosmetics and electronics. There are also several cafés, restaurants as well as unique and international delicacies in our food hall Salutorget. And as an added bonus, we have free parking for 3 h. Welcome to Frölunda Torg!

MONDAY–FRIDAY 10 AM–8 PM, SATURDAY 10 AM-6 PM, SUNDAY 11 AM–5 PM, SUPERMARKET 7 AM–10 PM

C U L T U R E

TOGETHER

Step into one of Gothenburg’s many museums and satisfy your curiosity on every subject from art and culture to nature and maritime history. An educational pleasure that is immune to the weather.

Gothenburg has world-class museums with truly impressive collections. Gothenburg

Museum of Art (Göteborgs Konstmuseum), at Götaplatsen, where you can see works by

Nordic masters such as Edvard Munch, Carl

Larsson and PS Krøyer, is a good example. In addition to fantastic collections the museums hold visiting exhibitions by international names.

Visit each website for information about exhibitions and opening times. Remember that many museums are closed on Mondays.

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MUSEUMS

CITY

CARD

GOTHENBURG MUSEUM OF ART

(GÖTEBORGS KONSTMUSEUM), GÖTAPLATSEN

One of northern Europe’s finest art collections dating from the 15th century onwards, right next door to

Göteborgs Konsthall centre for contemporary art. It also has an excellent selection of art books for sale. konsthallen.goteborg.se konstmuseum.goteborg.se

CITY

CARD

RÖHSSKA MUSEUM OF FASHION, DESIGN

AND DECORATIVE ARTS, VASAGATAN 37–39

Sweden’s only museum of design and decorative arts. There are many temporary exhibitions and interesting shops.

rohsska.se

CITY

CARD

GÖTEBORG CITY MUSEUM

(STADSMUSEET), NORRA HAMNGATAN 12

Regional history museum with the only Viking ship on display in Sweden.

goteborgsstadssmuseum.se

THE MARITIME MUSEUM AND AQUARIUM,

KARL JOHANSGATAN 1–3

All about life at sea, with ship simulators and a fascinating aquarium.

sjofartsmuseum.goteborg.se

CITY

CARD

NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM, MUSEIVÄGEN 10

Gothenburg’s oldest museum has creatures of all sizes, from an elephant and blue whale to tiny organisms.

gnm.se

MUSEUM OF WORLD CULTURE

(VÄRLDSKULTURMUSEET), SÖDRA VÄGEN 54

Thought-provoking topical exhibitions about contemporary life. varldskulturmuseerna.se

CITY

CARD

THE VOLVO MUSEUM, ARENDAL SKANS

A museum that portrays the history of Volvo’s development from 1927 to the modern day.

volvomuseum.se

HASSELBLAD CENTER, GÖTAPLATSEN

Photographic exhibitions by Nordic and international artists. The museum awards the annual Hasselblad

Prize.

hasselbladfoundation.org

RÖDA STEN ART CENTRE, RÖDA STEN 1

An exciting arena for contemporary art, including exhibitions, workshops and a creative workshop for children and young people.

rodasten.com

CITY

CARD

MEDICAL HISTORY MUSEUM,

ÖSTRA HAMNGATAN 11

Examines disease and health through the ages, with collections of instruments, equipment, furniture and other items from the 18th century onwards.

sahlgrenska.se/su/museum

NOSTALGICUM, BYFOGDEGATAN 3

A permanent exhibition that looks back at the 1950s and 60s, with period interiors, paraphernalia and fashions.

nostalgicum.se

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NY UTSTÄLLNING

För barN & vUxna!

Kom och häng hos oss på Världskulturmuseet - ta en fika, utforska nya utställningen Tillsammans med barnen, delta i en skapande verkstad, lyssna på en konsert eller bara var. Hos oss möter du världen - och du är välkommen precis som du är. Hoppas vi ses!

A T T R A C T I O N S A N D A C T I V I T I E S

Spread out a picnic in a green oasis on a hot summer day or paddle around a tranquil island just a stone’s throw from the city centre.

Nature is always around the corner – whether you are looking for adventurous activities or peace and quiet.

You don’t need to hunt for long to find your own place in the sun. There are 2,700 hectares of green space here, which means that every inhabitant has no less than 175 square metres to enjoy. Parks and gardens are a natural part of the urban landscape, together with the canals and the harbour – and our closeness to the sea.

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DISCOVER THE CITY

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SIGHTSEEING

Paddan canal boats, the Stinsen train and the hopon-hop-off bus are just a few of the many great ways to see the heart of Gothenburg. Another good idea is the culture tour boats (Kulturbåtarna), beautiful old wooden boats that run from the Gothenburg

Maritime Experience Centre to the Volvo Museum via the harbour. If you prefer to explore the city on foot you can take a themed tour, with Walknet for example. Groups can also book a guide through the

Tourist Centres.

goteborg.com kulturbatarna.se stinsensightseeing.se stromma.se walknet.se

KAYAK SIGHTSEEING, LILLA BOMMEN

Explore the city from the water on a guided tour by kayak. The tour starts in Lilla Bommen harbour and you paddle as a group along the canals. The instructors guide you and help you with your technique. No previous experience is needed.

point65.se

TIME TRAVEL SIGHTSEEING, KLIPPAN 1

Drive a classic Volvo PV through the car’s home city and see historic sites along the way. The tour takes around one and a half hours and sets off from the

Hotel Novotel in Klippan. The view is just as good, if not better, from the passenger seat, for those who prefer not to drive themselves.

timetravelgbg.se

CITY

CARD

NEW ÄLVSBORG FORTRESS

One of the best-preserved fortresses in Sweden, the construction of which began in 1653. Today the boat tour to the island at the harbour entrance is a popular day out that includes dramatised guided tours. Daily departures from July until mid-August from Lilla

Bommen. The journey time is around 30 minutes.

stromma.se

SEGWAY, LILLA BOMMEN/

SLOTTSSKOGEN CITY PARK

Hire a Segway and explore the city or join a guided tour. It takes a few minutes to pick up the technique and the pace is relaxed, with a maximum speed of

20 kph. Hire machines from Lilla Bommen harbour or Slottsskogen city park.

segwayadventure.se segwaycenter.se

A T T R A C T I O N S A N D A C T I V I T I E S

LOOKOUT POINTS

Gaze out over the roofs of Haga from Skansen

Kronan fortress, see the river views from Masthugget Church or the red-and-white “lipstick tower” of

GötheborgsUtkiken skyscraper in the harbour.

Or check out Norra Älvstranden and the Älvsborgsbron bridge from the top of Ramberget.

goteborg.com

MORE GREEN OASES AT

GOTEBORG.COM

PARKS AND GREEN OASES

GOTHENBURG BOTANICAL GARDEN,

CARL SKOTTSBERGS GATA 22 A

The 175-hectare botanical garden is one of the largest in Europe. It was opened in 1923 and has won many awards. The greenhouses contain 4,000 species as well as Sweden’s largest collection of tropical orchids, carnivorous plants and the rare

Easter Island tree.

gotbot.se

SLOTTSSKOGEN CITY PARK, LINNÉPLATSEN

In summer this green retreat in Gothenburg is a favourite spot for picnics among locals and visitors, but the park is well worth a visit all year round. Plikta playground, the Children’s Zoo and the fascinating moose are definite favourites for young kids.

goteborg.se/slottsskogen

THE GARDEN SOCIETY OF GOTHENBURG

(TRÄDGÅRDSFÖRENINGEN), SLUSSGATAN 1

One of Europe’s best-preserved 19th-century parks.

The Rose Garden has thousands of beautiful roses in summer and the Palm House is filled with palms and tropical plants. There is also a great playground here.

tradgardsforeningen.se

DELSJÖN AREA

The area around Stora Delsjön and Lilla Delsjön lakes in eastern Gothenburg is a haven for wildlife and birds, and offers some fine walks. There are designated areas for barbecues and you can swim or hire canoes. In winter you can ski downhill or cross-country.

delsjoomradet.se

VÄTTLEFJÄLL

A nature reserve and one of the largest outdoor spaces in Gothenburg. The hilly landscape is framed by bogs, heaths and mixed deciduous and conifer forest. The Bohusleden and Vättlefjällsleden trails cross the reserve and the small lakes are ideal for canoeing and fishing.

goteborg.com kanotpoolen.se

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AUTUMN – A GOLDEN

TIME TO VISIT

Gothenburg is especially beautiful in the colours of autumn. Come along and experience Halloween at Liseberg, cosy cafés, great shopping and an exciting range of restaurants offering world-class fish and seafood.

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GOTHENBURG CHRISTMAS CITY

In December Gothenburg is transformed into a Christmas city that you have to experience for yourself. Liseberg amusement park turns into a magic winter landscape with the biggest Christmas market in Scandinavia, complete with carousels. It’s all set against a backdrop of five million Christmas lights. The city’s buildings, trees, squares and bridges shimmer in a veil of fresh and stylish Christmas illuminations. Stroll along the threekilometre illuminated parade that runs from the harbour to Liseberg, sample the concerts, Christmas shows and shopping, and enjoy a buffet dinner that combines traditional Christmas favourites with carefully selected delicacies.

COSY WINTER DAYS IN

GOTHENBURG

Gothenburg is a wonderful place to be in winter. Enjoy mulled wine and gingerbread in the Haga district, pull on a pair of skates and take a swing around

Heden, or take along a sledge, coffee and snack to

Slottsskogen city park, where you can say hello to the moose and other animals any time of the year.

Visit Gothenburg City Theatre

2016

Tickets + 46(0)31 708 71 00 • Restaurant + 46(0)31 708 70 90

www.stadsteatern.goteborg.se

This is where you will find the oldest building in Gothenburg,

Kron huset from 1654. Surrounding the courtyard is a range of out-

buildings known as “Kronhusbodarna”, which now house a café, craft shops and studios. Kronhuset is a popular destination for atmospheric concerts and old-fashioned Christmas markets.

Bäx Krukmakeri, Göteborgs Choklad & Karamell, Jamabarn, Rifatto,

Laura Didion Skinn och läder, Helena Gibson Glas, Café Kronhuset,

Butik & Galleri Lerverk, Stefan Salomonssons Smyckessmide, Konstnär

Hanna Ekegren, Göteborg Wind Orchestra

GOTHENBURG

CONCERT HALL

GSO.SE

OPERA, DANCE,

MUSICAL &

CONCERT

Learn more at opera.se

R E S T A U R A N T S

BE AMAZED

Enjoy world-class fish and shellfish at Michelin-starred restaurants that use the finest locally grown produce.

It’s no wonder that food lovers feel right at home in Gothenburg.

The west coast location, close to the cold waters of the North Sea, makes Gothenburg a paradise for connoisseurs of fish and shellfish.

Access to locally grown produce makes West

Sweden one of the most appealing culinary destinations in northern Europe. The choice for dining ranges from street food, through trendy bistros and family favourites to Michelinstarred restaurants. And don’t forget to visit the Feskekôrka fish market hall or the Market

Hall (Saluhallen) at Kungstorget. Hit the town and discover prize-winning chefs, fun concepts, modern Asian dishes and vegetarian restaurants that will amaze you.

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ECO GOURMET

Everyone is talking about green gastronomy and there is no shortage of choice if you want to eat organic local produce that tastes great. Folk, the restaurant at Folkteatern theatre, is one of the hottest in the city and a must for anyone who likes to combine vegetarian dishes with organic wines. In summer 2014,

Liseberg amusement park opened its first completely vegetarian restaurant, The Green Room, and on the roof of the Gothia Towers hotel they keep bees and grow their own vegetables for the Upper House Dining restaurant in the middle tower of the hotel. Three affordable favourites among the vegetarian restaurants in Gothenburg are Bar Kino, Jonsborg street kitchen and the Indian restaurant Thali.

ASIAN AND FUSION

Restaurants such as Made in China, Dubbel Dubbel,

Hoze and the traditional Canton House serve up dishes that will make you forget everything you thought you knew about Asian food culture. At Vrå,

Frida Ronge serves up a unique combination of

Scandinavian ingredients and Japanese flavours, while at Toso, in Götaplatsen, celebrity chef Stefan

Karlsson takes you on a culinary journey that is out of the ordinary. True fusion fans are recommended to visit Komex Eatery Market, where Mexican and

Korean food cultures come face to face and start partying on your plate.

AWARD-WINNING

Gothenburg’s chefs and restaurateurs have been showered with prizes and awards. In 2015, the prestigious White Guide chose Koka restaurant as its

Rising Star of the year; Thörnströms kök was voted

Best Beer Experience; Upper House Dining was named Coffee Experience of the Year; and the innovative Hoze sushi restaurant took home the

Merroir Award for excellence in seafood cuisine.

At the Restaurant Gala in November 2015, Leif

Mannerström’s Kometen restaurant was voted

Classic of the Year.

Ulf Johansson, whose restaurant 28+ celebrates its 30th anniversary and has received a Michelin star every year for a quarter of a century, was also recognised as Restaurateur of the Year.

STREET FOOD AND HAMBURGERS

Gothenburg has a rolling army of food trucks serving everything from American pulled pork to ceviche from

Peru. On Magasinsgatan you can also find traditional herring served street-style at Strömmings luckan. It’s fast, simple and incredibly tasty. If you love hamburgers you won’t go hungry for long. Eateries such as

The Barn, Burgersson and the Butcher’s Market keep the American flag flying high.

FAMILY EATING

If you have young children it can sometimes be good to go to a restaurant where you know that even the little ones will feel at home. Köttbullekällaren

(Cafe du Nord) serves meatballs and other classic dishes that will appeal to most palates. At Moon Thai

Kitchen you can eat tasty Thailand dishes in a setting that is best described as a cross between tree house, beach hut and jungle, and at Gothenburg City Library there is a good refreshment room that has high chairs and a microwave oven.

DINING WITH A RIVER VIEW

Make the views and setting part of your dining experience. From the 12th floor of the Hotel Riverton you get a spectacular view over the harbour mouth, and in the sky bar you can enjoy a drink and a bite to eat from the Asian-inspired menu. River Café in

Norra älvstranden, Långedrags värdshus and the

Göteborg Opera restaurant are three other favourites with fine waterside locations.

MORE FOOD INSPIRATION AT

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FAMILY-FRIENDLY

BOULEBAR, ROSENLUNDSGATAN 8

Boulebar, with 14 indoor petanque pitches, a restaurant and a bar, has everything you need for a successful evening with friends, family or colleagues.

There are instructors on hand to teach you the tricks, so no previous experience is needed.

boulebar.se/rosenlund

CARNEGIE KAJ, KLIPPAN 1

Overlooking the harbour entrance, Carnegie Kaj has striking views of the river Göta älv and the majestic

Älvsborgsbron bridge. A lunchtime buffet is served during the day, and in the evening there are wellprepared dishes to suit all pockets. The restaurant is open until midnight all year round.

novotel.se

DANILO, SKÅNEGATAN 16B

Danilo is located in the SF Bio Filmstaden Bergakungen cinema complex, and is a great choice if you are seeing a movie or going to a match or concert at one of the nearby arenas. The restaurant serves contemporary food with influences from Italian, American and Asian cuisine.

danilorestaurang.se

HARD ROCK CAFÉ, AVENYN 10

Midway along the sunny side of the main boulevard,

Avenyn, is the American Hard Rock Café. Spread over four floors, the restaurant offers live music, virtual bowling, a nightclub and sports bar. The menu has something for everyone, including burgers, ribs, salads and sandwiches.

gbg.hardrock.se

PINCHOS, GÖTABERGSGATAN 28

ÖVRE MAJORSGATAN 4

LILLA TORGET 3

Having trouble deciding what you want to eat? Relax.

At Pinchos there’s no need to choose. You can find small dishes from every corner of the world here

– from Spanish quesadillas to Asian dumplings,

Hungarian fillet of beef and Belgian waffles.

pinchos.se

TAVERNA AVERNA, TREDJE LÅNGGATAN 37

Tredje Långgatan has secured its position as a nighttime culinary destination with the opening of Taverna

Averna. Tuck into Italian dishes with a novel twist, from pizza to three-course meals.

tavernaaverna.se

STREET FOOD

Gothenburg has ten new food trucks that tour the city centre and stop at various public spaces such as

Gustaf Adolfs torg, Esperantoplatsen, Linnéplatsen, etc. You can find out where they are using the

Streetkäk app, available for iPhone and Android. Two long-standing fastfood favourites are Gourmetkorv

(gourmet sausage, on Södra Larmgatan and in

Nordstan shopping centre) and Strömmingsluckan

(herring and mash, on Magasinsgatan).

streetkak.se gourmetkorv.se strommingsluckan.se

This is

Gothia

Towers

Welcome

& Enjoy!

The possibilities are endless,

It´s up to you.

gothiatowers.com

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A TASTE OF SWEDEN

FAMILJEN, ARKIVGATAN 7

West Swedish cuisine in a relaxed setting.

Familjen has won the Michelin BIB Gourmand award for good cuisine at reasonable prices and in 2013 its bar was recognised in the White Guide. restaurangfamiljen.se

NOBA, VIKTORIAGATAN 1

Dishes with a Nordic influence at pocket-friendly prices, amid the bustle of Vasastan. Choose from a selection of side dishes or slightly larger portions, and cool off with something refreshing from the bar.

The range of beers is extensive, including local and

Nordic beers on draught or in bottles.

noba.nu

HOS PELLE, DJUPEDALSGATAN 2

A restaurant that combines a small bistro area and a plusher dining room. The menu centres on traditional Swedish dishes and seasonal local produce at affordable prices. hospelle.com

KOMETEN, VASAGATAN 58

An old favourite in Gothenburg that dates back to the 1930s and serves first-class traditional Swedish dishes. Star chef Leif Mannerström has been one of the two partners directing kitchen operations since 2009. restaurangkometen.se

SWEDISH TASTE, ST ERIKSGATAN 6

Fine contemporary dining. The cuisine is imaginative and the dishes are innovative and take influences from every corner of the world. The food has fresh, distinctive flavours and there is a playful, light-hearted approach to each dish. swedishtaste.com

THÖRNSTRÖMS KÖK, TEKNOLOGGATAN 3

The emphasis is on Swedish flavours and local produce in Håkan Thörnström’s kitchen. The star chef runs the Michelin restaurant alongside his wife Anne.

thornstromskok.com

FISH AND SHELLFISH

SJÖBAREN, HAGA NYGATA 25

The perfect spot to enjoy fish and shellfish at a reasonable price. Located on Haga’s charming pedestrian street, this is a popular hangout all year round, and the courtyard becomes a secret oasis on warm days. Classics such as fish soup and potato gratin are regular favourites on the menu. Also at

Lorensbergsgatan 14.

sjobaren.se

RESTAURANG GABRIEL, ROSENLUNDSVÄGEN

This well-known fish and shellfish restaurant in

Feskekôrka fish market hall is owned by a father and son team. The son is a world champion in oyster opening. The restaurant is only open during the day, which makes it a perfect choice for lunch.

restauranggabriel.se

SJÖMAGASINET, ADOLF EDELSVÄRDS GATA 5

This exclusive restaurant has a star in the Michelin

Guide and serves gourmet dishes with the emphasis on seafood. In summer there is a large outdoor dining area with views over the harbour entrance. sjomagasinet.se

R E S T A U R A N T S

INTERNATIONAL INFLUENCES

BARABICU, ROSENLUNDSGATAN 4

North and South America provided the inspiration for the menu at Barabicu, with plenty of grilled dishes and exciting drinks. The interior breathes New York city and the atmosphere is vibrant. The outdoor dining area is a summer favourite.

barabicu.se

DUBBEL DUBBEL, KASTELLGATAN 14

A pine-clad dim sum restaurant that is reminiscent of a colourful Alpine chalet. Ideal for an evening in the company of good friends, as it’s open until midnight at weekends. Dubbel Dubbel has a little sister on

Surbrunnsgatan, near Esperantoplatsen.

dubbeldubbel.se

AVALON, KUNGSTORGET 9

Avalon Restaurant & Bar is a popular hotel restaurant with a great location for people watching, and a bar that is singled out in the White Guide. It offers high-quality international cuisine that ranges from simple dishes to tasting menus. In summer the restaurant opens its wonderful terrace area.

avalonhotel.se

MR. P, GÖTAPLATSEN

This modern brasserie, next door to Gothenburg

Museum of Art, is named after the art collector

Pontus Fürstenberg and makes the perfect conclusion to a visit. During the summer season there is a welcoming outdoor dining area with views over

Götaplatsen and the main boulevard, Avenyn. mr-p.se

NORDA BAR OCH GRILL, DROTTNINGTORGET

The restaurant at Clarion Hotel Post was designed in partnership with celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson, and in the kitchen Gothenburg meets Manhattan.

A first-class brunch is served here at weekends.

nordabargrill.se

JOE FARELLI’S, KUNGSPORTSAVENYN 12

A popular family restaurant where the menu and the drinks list are a fusion of American and Italian.

Children’s menus and large outdoor dining area in summer. Brunch on Sundays.

joefarelli.com

DELIVERKET, OSTINDIEFARAREN 61

Lilla Deliverket is located at the base of the giant gantry crane in the old shipyard area of Eriksberg.

The emphasis is on well-prepared dishes made from local produce, and the counter is lined with a selection of locally produced beers. The burger quickly became a staple on the menu.

deliverket.se

SPISA, ÖVRE HUSARGATAN 3

A modern food bar inspired by rural French, Spanish and Italian cooking. The food comes in large dishes and bowls, and the meals are ideal for sharing.

There are also cheese and cold meats for those who are not so hungry, as well as an excellent selection behind the bar.

spisamatbar.se

MORE RESTAURANT TIPS AT

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COFFEE BREAK

DA MATTEO, MAGASINSGATAN 17

This is a coffee bar that treats the noble beverage with total respect. You can count on getting a good cup of coffee whatever style you choose. Da Matteo can be found in several locations around Gothenburg, but since this one is also a bakery it makes an especially attractive choice. The hidden courtyard is ideal on a hot day.

damatteo.se

BROGYLLEN, VÄSTRA HAMNGATAN 2

This patisserie in Gothenburg has high ceilings, majestic chandeliers and a steady stream of trams gliding past outside. The glass-topped counter displays sandwiches and pastries, and tea is served in large teapots. Brunch and afternoon tea are sometimes also served. brogyllen.se

CAFÉ HUSAREN, HAGA NYGATA 28

A café at an historic address, which according to tradition serves the largest cinnamon buns in Gothenburg

(and possibly in Sweden?). They are literally as big as a plate and can double as a modest lunch. A perfect break on a stroll through Haga. cafehusaren.se

ROSENKAFÉET, THE GARDEN SOCIETY OF

GOTHENBURG (TRÄDGÅRDSFÖRENINGEN)

With an ideal location in the leafy park, this is a café with terrace seating that suits almost everyone. It also serves lunch and there are child portions for young children. The café itself is housed in one of the oldest buildings in the park, a stables built in 1847.

rosenkafeet.se

KAFÉ FRILAGRET, HEURLINS PLATS 1

Frilagret is a community cultural centre just a stone’s throw from Järntorget. The café specialises in organic, fair trade and vegan dishes. You can relax with a coffee, eat lunch, or simply drop in to read a book or study. There is no need to buy anything, but if you get peckish there are coffee, tea and light sandwiches in the morning, plus soups and salads at lunchtime.

frilagret.se

ClOtHeS FoR KiDs 0-12 yEaRs

villervalla.se

See everything that is included at goteborg.com/ citycard

Pickled herring,

Swedish meatballs and other national delicacies

– all under the same grand roof.

Stora Saluhallen | Kungstorget storasaluhallen.se

N I G H T L I F E

FEEL

THE

VIBE

N I G H T L I F E

Night may be falling, but the day is far from over. Nightlife in Gothenburg takes different forms in different parts of the city – around Järntorget square there is an alternative night scene centering on culture and beer hangouts, while the main boulevard, Avenyn, is lined with large clubs and the inner city offers a welcome mix of bars and good dance floors.

AROUND JÄRNTORGET SQUARE

Andra Långgatan is dotted with pubs and forms the hub of the alternative night scene, which is often more relaxed and easier on the pocket. You’ll find a selection of pubs and indie bars along this street, such as The Rover and Café Publik. Just a stone’s throw from here, in the basement of Hagabion cinema, is Bar Kino, which in summer has the friendliest terrace bar in the district. On Första Långgatan street is Haket, an LGBT-friendly favourite among fans of beer and partying, and on Tredje Långgatan we recommend a visit to Auktionsverket, a collection of restaurants in one of the finest buildings in the neighbourhood. When you just have to dance,

Pustervik in Järntorget square is the perfect choice, where you can often see famous and not-so-famous indie celebrities on stage.

haketpub.se

therover.se

pustervik.nu cafepublik.blogspot.se

WITHIN THE MOAT (VALLGRAVEN)

The central area within the Moat (Vallgraven) is marked out by the restaurant/pub/club Barabicu at one end, the jazz club Nefertiti, which also has one of the best dance floors in the city, at the other end, and by the Göteborg Opera down by the harbour. In between there are plenty of bars to choose from, and

Magasinsgatan street and Kungstorget square are both good locations to keep in mind. In the heart of the city you can also find Sweden’s oldest gay bar,

Gretas, as well as Beebar, which offers a relaxed bar atmosphere, food and a nightclub. barabicu.se

nefertiti.se

opera.se beebar.se/goteborg

VASASTAN

At one end of Vasagatan is the School of Design and

Crafts, and at the other is the School of Business,

Economics and Law, and one of the University of

Gothenburg’s campuses. So it comes as no surprise that this street has many popular venues that cater to students celebrating exam successes. Jazzhuset, in the heart of Vasastan, has been voted one of pop history’s most important sites and has been a magnet for pop fans and indie lovers for decades. Closer to the main boulevard, Avenyn, is Yaki-Da, which serves up star DJs, live music, dance and food over several floors.

jazzhuset.se

yaki-da.se

THE MAIN BOULEVARD, AVENYN

The main boulevard stretches from Stora Teatern theatre to Götaplatsen square and has a mix of nightclubs and restaurants as well as Gothenburg

City Theatre and Gothenburg Concert Hall.

Locatelli, Push and Park Lane are all popular clubs along Avenyn, and for the last ten years the latter has also hosted a popular mixed gay club on the last

Friday of each month – Club Queer.

parklane.se

loactelligoteborg.se

push.se clubqueer.se

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Wake up refreshed and wrap yourself in a fluffy dressing gown before getting ready for a day in the city. You can sleep well almost everywhere, while also feeling good about the environment. Many of our hotels hold an environmental diploma awarded by the City of

Gothenburg or carry the Nordic

Ecolabel.

Gothenburg has some of the greenest hotels in the world and has been voted Europe’s best ecotourism destination. Many hotels are so close to the city centre that almost everything is within walking distance, from shops to museums and galleries, entertainment and restaurants. Many of the hotels are so special that they are worth the journey in their own right. It may be the food, the architecture, the interior or the full package that attracts you.

Wherever you choose to stay your hotel will be part of the experience. You can also find hostels, cottages and camping here.

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HOTELS

ARKEN HOTEL &

ART GARDEN SPA

NORDATLANTEN 100

+46 (0) 31-726 25 00

BEST WESTERN HOTEL EGGERS (B7)

DROTTNINGTORGET

+46 (0) 31-333 44 40

BEST WESTERN HOTEL MEKTAGONEN

FALKENBERGSGATAN 3

+46 (0) 31-387 90 00

EUROWAY HOTEL

IMPORTGATAN 2

+46 (0) 31-58 07 50

AVALON HOTEL (C6)

KUNGSTORGET 9

+46 (0) 31-751 02 00

FIRST HOTEL G (B7)

NILS ERICSONSPLATSEN 4

+46 (0) 31-63 72 00

FIRST HOTEL KVIBERG PARK

KRUTVÄGEN 2

+46 (0)10-250 64 00

BEST WESTERN TIDBLOMS HOTEL

OLSKROKSGATAN 23

+46 (0) 31-707 50 00

CLARION COLLECTION

HOTEL ODIN (B8)

ODINSGATAN 6

+46 (0) 31-745 22 00

CLARION HOTEL POST (B7)

DROTTNINGTORGET 10

+46 (0) 31-61 90 00

HOTEL OPERA (B7)

NILS ERICSONSGATAN 23

+46 (0) 31-80 50 80

HOTEL ALLÉN (C7)

PARKGATAN 10

+46 (0) 31-10 14 50

HOTELL APPLE

TORPAVALLSGATAN 6

+46 (0) 31-25 11 00

HOTELL BARKEN VIKING (A6)

LILLA BOMMENS TORG 10

+46 (0) 31-63 58 00

COMFORT HOTEL CITY CENTER (C5)

STORA BADHUSGATAN 28

+46 (0) 31-17 40 50 HOTEL BELLORA (C7)

KUNGSPORTSAVENYN 6

+46 (0) 31-767 34 00

COMFORT HOTEL GÖTEBORG (B6)

SKEPPSBROPLATSEN 1

+46 (0) 31-752 28 00 HOTEL FLORA (C6)

GRÖNSAKSTORGET 2

+46 (0) 31-13 86 16

ELISERO HOTELL

G.A LILLHAGSVÄGEN 127

+46 (0) 31-55 39 81 HOTEL GOTHIA TOWERS (D8/9)

MÄSSANS GATA 24

+46 (0) 31-750 88 00

ELITE PARK AVENUE HOTEL (D7)

KUNGSPORTSAVENYN 36–38

+46 (0) 31-727 10 00

ELITE PLAZA HOTEL (C6)

VÄSTRA HAMNGATAN 3

+46 (0) 31-720 40 00

UPPER HOUSE (D8/9)

MÄSSANS GATA 24, 25:E VÅNINGEN

+46 (0) 31-708 83 32

HOTELL KUSTEN (E1)

KUSTGATAN 10

+46 (0) 31-367 19 00

HOTELL LISEBERG HEDEN (C8)

STEN STUREGATAN 1

+46 (0) 31-750 69 00

HOTEL LORENSBERG (D8),

BERZELIIGATAN 15

+46 (0) 31-81 06 00

HOTEL MÖLNDALS BRO

NÄMNDEMANSGATAN 5, MÖLNDAL

+46 (0) 31-87 01 20

HOTELL ONYXEN (D8)

STEN STUREGATAN 23

+46 (0) 31-81 08 45

HOTEL POSEIDON

STORGATAN 33

(D7)

+46 (0) 31-10 05 50

HOTEL PIGALLE (B7)

SÖDRA HAMNGATAN 2

+46 (0) 31-80 25 21

HOTEL RIVERTON (C5)

STORA BADHUSGATAN 26

+46 (0) 31-750 10 00

HOTEL ROYAL (C7)

DROTTNINGGATAN 67

+46 (0) 31-700 11 70

HOTEL SURTE

GÖTEBORGSVÄGEN 24–26

+46 (0) 31-98 05 80

HOTEL VASA (D6)

VIKTORIAGATAN 6

+46 (0) 31-17 36 30

HOTEL VILLAN (C1)

SJÖPORTSGATAN 2

+46 (0) 31-725 77 77

HOTEL ÖRGRYTE

DANSKA VÄGEN 70

+46 (0) 31-707 89 00

GOOD MORNING GÖTEBORG-CITY (A7)

GULLBERGS STRANDGATA 15

+46 (0) 31-80 25 60

A C C O M M O D A T I O N

NOVOTEL GÖTEBORG (E1)

KLIPPAN 1

+46 (0) 31-720 22 00

PENSIONAT STYRSÖ SKÄRET

SKÄRETVÄGEN 53, STYRSÖ

+46 (0) 31-97 32 30

QUALITY HOTEL 11 (C1)

MASKINGATAN 11

+46 (0) 31-779 11 11

QUALITY HOTEL PANORAMA (F8)

EKLANDAGATAN 51–53

+46 (0) 31-767 70 00

QUALITY HOTEL WINN

G:A TINGSTADSGATAN 10

+46 (0) 31-750 19 00

SCANDIC RUBINEN (D7)

KUNGSPORTSAVENYN 24

+46 (0) 31-751 54 00

SPAR HOTEL GÅRDA

NORRA KUSTBANEGATAN 15–17

+46 (0) 31-752 03 00

SPAR HOTEL MAJORNA (E2)

KARL JOHANSG 66–70

+46 (0) 31-751 07 00

ABYSS KVILLE HOTEL

KVILLETORGET 24

+46 (0) 31-744 14 40

ANNES HUS (F9)

HJULMAKAREGATAN 35

+46 (0) 31-20 94 00

RADISSON BLU RIVERSIDE HOTEL (B4)

LINDHOLMSPIREN 4

+46 (0) 31-383 40 00

RADISSON BLU

SCANDINAVIA HOTEL (B7)

SÖDRA HAMNGATAN 59

+46 (0) 31-758 50 00

SANKT JÖRGEN PARK RESORT

KNIPPLEKULLEN 8–10

+46 (0) 31-348 40 00

SCANDIC BACKADAL

BÄCKEBOLSVÄGEN

+46 (0) 31-751 50 00

SCANDIC CROWN (B7)

POLHEMSPLATSEN 3

+46 (0) 31-751 51 00

SCANDIC EUROPA (B7)

NILS ERICSONSGATAN 21

+46 (0) 31-751 65 00

SCANDIC MÖLNDAL

BARNHEMSGATAN 23

+46 (0) 31-751 52 00

SCANDIC NO. 25 (B8)

BURGGREVEGATAN 25

+46 (0)31-771 00 80

SCANDIC OPALEN (C8)

ENGELBREKTSGATAN 73

+46 (0) 31-751 53 00

ARENA HOTEL (B8)

BALDERSGATAN 4

+46 (0) 31-15 83 80

BRÄNNÖ VÄRDSHUS

– PENSIONAT BAGGEN

HUSVIKSVÄGEN 52, BRÄNNÖ

+46 (0) 31-97 38 80

CITY HOTEL (D7)

LORENSBERGSGATAN 6

+46 (0) 31-708 40 00

DORSIA HOTEL & RESTAURANT (C7)

TRÄDGÅRDSGATAN 6

+46 (0) 31-790 10 00

HOTEL LILTON (E6)

FÖRENINGSGATAN 9

+46 (0) 31-82 88 08

HOTELL MARIA ERIKSSON (D7)

CHALMERSGATAN 27 A

+46 (0) 31-20 70 30

HOTEL VANILLA (C6)

KYRKOGATAN 38

+46 (0) 31-711 62 20

GOOD MORNING MÖLNDAL

IDROTTSVÄGEN 6, MÖLNDAL

+46 (0) 31-67 96 30

HOTELL NYA VARVET STUDIOS

SKEPPET ÄRANS VÄG 23

+46 (0) 31-85 70 20

HOTELS NEAR

GOTHENBURG

BEST WESTERN HOTELL

HALLAND

STORGATAN 35, KUNGSBACKA

+46 (0) 300-775 30

HOTEL FARS HATT

GAMLA TORGET 2, KUNGÄLV

+46 (0) 303-109 70

LANDVETTER AIRPORT HOTEL

FLYGETS HOTELLVÄG 2

+46 (0) 31-97 75 50

NÄÄS FABRIKER HOTELL

OCH RESTAURANG

SPINNERI VÄGEN 1, TOLLERED

+46 (0) 31-799 63 00

ÖIJARED RESORT

ÖIJAREDSVÄGEN 59, FLODA

+46 (0) 302-373 00

HOTELL TRUBADUREN

VÄSTRA VÄGEN 17, HÖNÖ

+46 (0)31-96 96 80

ONSALA HERRGÅRD

KONVALESCENTVÄGEN 57, ONSALA

+46 (0) 300-395 75

STENUNGSBADEN YACHT CLUB

SÖDRA STENUNGSÖN,

STENUNGSUND

+46 (0) 303-72 68 00

APARTMENTS

CITY LÄGENHETSHOTELL (E9)

MÖLNDALSVÄGEN 17

+46 (0) 31-40 19 11

DESIGN APARTMENTS (C7)

ÖSTRA LARMGATAN 10

+46 (0) 31-701 70 70

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FÖRETAGSBOSTÄDER (B8)

ODINSGATAN 6

+46 (0) 10-17 00 25

IQSUITES (E6)

BESVÄRSGATAN 3

+46 (0) 31-760 80 40

SGS VECKOBOSTÄDER (F9)

UTLANDAGATAN 24

+46 (0) 31-333 63 90

CAMPING AND COTTAGES

LISEBERGSBYN KÄRRALUND

OLBERSGATAN 9

Open all year round

+46 (0) 31-84 02 00

LISEBERGS CAMPING

ASKIM STRAND

MARHOLMSVÄGEN 124, ASKIM

Open: May-August

+46(0)31-84 02 00

LISEBERGS DROP-IN CAMPING

DELSJÖN, BRUDAREMOSSEN

Open: late June - early August

+46 (0) 31-84 02 00

KVIBERGS VANDRARHEM

& STUGBY

LILLA REGEMENTSVÄGEN 35

Open all year round

+46 (0) 31-43 50 55

LILLEBY CAMPING OCH HAVSBAD

LILLEBYVÄGEN 100, TORSLANDA

Open: June-August

+46 (0) 31-56 22 40

COTTAGE RENTAL

AGENCIES

vastsverige.com/boende

KUNGSBACKA TURISTBYRÅ

+46 (0) 300-83 45 95

NOVASOL

+46 (0) 31-304 55 70

STUGSOMMAR

VÄSTKUSTBOKNINGEN

+46 (0) 31-15 52 00

STUGFÖRMEDLINGEN GÖTEBORGS

SÖDRA SKÄRGÅRD stugformedlingen.se

BED & BREAKFAST

/ HOSTELS

LE MAT B&B GÖTEBORG (D7)

KRISTINELUNDSGATAN 13

+46 (0) 31-20 48 00

STF GÖTEBORG CITY

HOTELL & VANDRARHEM (C7)

DROTTNINGGATAN 63–65

+46 (0) 31-756 98 00

BLÅ HUSET BED & BREAKFAST

TORGNY SEGERSTEDTSGATAN 36

+46 (0) 31-69 01 12

GÖTEBORGS VANDRARHEM (E9)

MÖLNDALSVÄGEN 23

+46 (0) 31-40 10 50

KAJKANTEN VRÅNGÖ

VRÅNGÖ HAMN

+46 (0) 73-400 01 74

KVIBERGS VANDRARHEM & STUGBY

LILLA REGEMENTSVÄGEN 35

+46 (0) 31-43 50 55

LISEBERGSBYN KÄRRALUND

BED & BREAKFAST

OLBERSGATAN 9

+46 (0) 31-84 02 00

LINNÉPLATSENS HOTELL

& VANDRARHEM (F5)

LINNÉPLATSEN 8

+46 (0) 31-775 75 75

MASTHUGGSTERRASSENS

VANDRARHEM (D4)

MASTHUGGSTERRASSEN 10 H

+46 (0) 31-42 48 20

SLOTTSSKOGENS VANDRARHEM

SVIF(E4), VEGAGATAN 21

+46 (0) 31-42 65 20

STF VANDRARHEM STIGBERGS-

LIDEN (D3), STIGBERGSLIDEN 10

+46 (0) 31-24 16 20

TORPET MON

BRUDAREMOSSEN 10

+46 (0) 70-508 13 44

LINNÉ HOSTEL (E4)

VEGAGATAN 22

+46 (0) 31-12 10 60

BED & BREAKFAST/

HOSTELS NEAR

GOTHENBURG

NÄÄS SLOTT BED & BREAKFAST

FLODA

+46 (0) 302-318 39

HOTEL OCH VANDRARHEM 10, STF

GÖTEBORGSVÄGEN 64, SÄVEDALEN

+46 (0) 31-386 50 30

KUNGSBACKA VANDRARHEM

GÖTEBORGSVÄGEN 515

KUNGSBACKA

+46 (0) 300-381 60

NORDISKA FOLKHÖGSKOLAN B&B

SVIF, OLOF PALMES VÄG 1, KUNGÄLV

+46 (0) 303-20 62 00

PARTILLE VANDRARHEM B&B, SVIF

LANDVETTERVÄGEN 50, ÅSTEBO

+46 (0) 31-44 65 01

STYRSÖ BED & BREAKFAST

SKÄRETVÄGEN 55

+46 (0)31-97 02 15

VÅGHALS TURISTCENTER

FÄRJEVÄGEN 2, KUNGÄLV

+46 (0) 303-189 00

MOTORHOME PARKS

BLUEBOAT GÖTEBORG

STÅLVERKSGATAN 4

+46 (0)77-223 23 00

LISEBERGS STÄLLPLATS SKATÅS

SKATÅSVÄGEN 25

(ENDAST SÄSONGSÖPPET)

+46 (0) 31-84 02 00

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Biskopsgården

Länsmansgården

5 6

Varmfrontsgatan

Temperaturgatan

Väderilsgatan

Friskväderstorget

Önskevädersgatan

Mildvädersgatan

Vårväderstorget

Spårvagns- och båtlinjer

Tram lines and ferries

4

Angered

9 8

Angered Centrum

Storås

Hammarkullen

Hjällbo

Kortedala

Aprilgatan

6

Bergsjön

11 7

Komettorget

Rymdtorget

Teleskopgatan

Galileis Gata

Januarigatan

Allhelgonakyrkan

Kortedala torg

SKF

Runstavsgatan

Nymånegatan

Beväringsgatan

Kviberg

Bellevue

Gamlestadstorget

Sälöfjordsgatan

Eketrägatan

Ejdergatan

Östra Sjukhuset

1 5

Östra Sjukhuset

Gropegårdsgatan

Rambergsvallen

13

Brämaregården

Wieselgrensplatsen

Frihamnen

Vågmästareplatsen

Hjalmar

Brantingsplatsen

Lilla Bommen

Lilla Bommen

Nordstan

Centralstationen

Olskrokstorget

Ullevi Södra

Ullevi Norra

Svingeln

Redbergsplatsen

Eriksberg

Slottsberget Lindholmspiren

Brunnsparken

Stockholmsgatan

Härlanda

Scandinavium

Kungsports-

platsen

Älvsnabben 286

Stenpiren

Domkyrkan

Grönsakstorget

Valand

GÖTA

ÄLV

Prinsgatan

Hagakyrkan

Järntorget

Vasaplatsen

Vasa

Viktoriagatan

Handelshögskolan

Kapellplatsen

Brunnsgatan

Seminariegatan

Bezeliigatan

Masthuggstorget

Stigbergstorget

Kaptensgatan

Chapmans

Torg

Klippan

Fjällgatan

Jaegerdorffsplatsen

Vagnhallen

Majorna

Ostindiegatan

Sannaplan

Majvallen

Ekedal

Mariaplan

Godhemsgatan

Klintens

Väg

Brännö

Rödsten

283

Asperö

Norra

Sandarna

Kungssten

9

Kungssten

Brännö

Husvik

282

Källö

Asperö

Östra

Köp-         stadsö

Stora

Förö

Styrsö

Bratten

Knarrholmen

Käringberget

Hinsholmen

Långedrag

Roddföreningen

Saltholmen

284

Tranered

11

Saltholmen

Södra Skärgården

Vargö

Styrsö

Tången

Stjärnvik

Nya Varvsallén

Hagen

Högsbogatan

Bokekullsgatan

Högsbotorp

2

Styrsö

Skäret

Donsö

Sjumansholmen

Kårholmen

Linnéplatsen

Olivedalsgatan

Medicinaregatan

Chalmers

Wavrinskys Plats

Dr. Fries Torg

13

Sahlgrenska

Huvudentré

Sahlgrenska

Dr. Sydows gata

10

Guldheden

Botaniska

Trädgården

Marklandsgatan

3

Marklandsgatan

Axel Dahlströms Torg

Lantmilsgatan

Nymilsgatan

Musikvägen

Positivgatan

Frölunda Torg

Briljantgatan

8

Frölunda

Smaragdgatan

Opaltorget

1 7

Tynnered

Korsvägen

Getebergs-

äng

Almedal

Liseberg

Elisedal

Varbergs-

gatan

Lana

Symboler/Key to Symbols

Spårvagnslinje

Spårvagnshållplats

Ändhållplats

Båtlinje

4

Tram Line

Tram Stop

Last Stop

Ferry

S:t Sigfrids

Plan

Bäckeliden

Kålltorp

3

Ekmanska

Krokslätts torg

Krokslätts Fabriker

Lackarebäck

Mölndals sjukhus

Mölndal centrum

4

2

Mölndal

Tingvallsvägen

Kaggeledstorget

Ättehögsgatan

Munkebäckstorget

Solrosgatan

Sanatoriegatan

Virginsgatan

Welandergatan

Töpelsgatan

Bögatan

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How to travel in Gothenburg

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Single Ride Ticket

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