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Really old part of Gothenburg with great shops and café (especially the café husaren). Try the cinnamonroll and a really black coffe!
Haga- Haga is in my opinion the coziest place in Gothenburg. If you want to visit Haga you simply go for a 10-15 min walk and you’ll be there. You can also take the bus and get off at Järntorget. Haga is known for it’s old charming buildings (so is the whole Linne!) and it’s cozy cafés and…
This is an "old area" of Gothenburg, it's cosy and cute with small independent shops.
This is a old part of Gothenburg situated just outside the old fortification canal. It is built in wood so that if at an enemy attac it could quickley be set on fire so that the enemy wouldnt have access to places to hide just outside the city wall. This was at the 16 and 17th century when a lot of…
Take a coffea break! This charming neighbourhood has a wonderful selection of cafés and small artisan shops. You might like to try a giant cinnamon bun on Haga Nygata.
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