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September 1, 2020
Haga is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Gothenburg, full of beautiful shops, cafes, and cobblestone streets. It is the perfect place to leisurely stroll around and spend a few relaxing hours perusing, shopping or taking a fika. Haga, which is a really cozy area with unique Swedish wooden…
July 8, 2020
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.
March 3, 2020
Small shops and lots of fika.
March 1, 2020
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).
February 24, 2020
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.

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Amusement Park
“Liseberg first opened during the 1923 Göteborg Jubilee, but soon emerged as one of Sweden’s most popular destinations. Some three million visitors make the pilgrimage each year... Liseberg is a really nice amusement park for children of all ages, big and little alike. On the ferris wheel, you get breathtaking views of the city. It's phenomenal! They have seasonal attractions, which are a must-see. In October, they have a haunted house and during the winter, they light up the entire park with lights. It's a truly majestic Winter Wonderland. Regardless of the season, Liseberg is a place you must visit!”
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Science Museum
“ Universeum is a kind of science museum. This is one of the largest science museums in the north, and the museum has 7 floors, where you can explore different topics. There was a large tropical area with rich plant life and various bird species. In this tropical area, people walked around on suspension bridges and looked at nature from above. The museum also has an aquarium where you can see fish from all over the world, as well as an exhibition with animals such as. snakes and frogs. This museum is located next to the local amusement park, Liseberg at the Korsvägen stop. The museum has an area where children can experiment with different technological experiments; An area of ​​body and health where you are physically challenged; and an area relating to outer space. So an exciting and interesting museum for both children and adults.”
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“Just a stone’s throw from the city centre is the Garden Society of Gothenburg (Trädgårdsföreningen) – one of the best preserved nineteenth-century parks in Europe. And a short tram ride away you'll find Gothenburg Botanical Garden, a world class botanical garden with more than 16 000 different species of plants.”
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“If you want to enjoy nature in Gothenburg, take the direction to the park, Slottsskogen (tram stop: Linnéplatsen). Slottsskogen park is not really far from the city center and just in front of the Botaniska garden. Slotskogen is the largest park in Gothenburg, and probably also one of the most popular. Here you will find large grass areas where you can settle down for a nice picnic. There are also plenty of trails where you can let yourself get a little lost, and plenty of eateries, as well as places where you can play mini-golf and much more. Take a look at the map of the park and see the many possibilities. In the park there is a nice zoo with penguins, moose, ponies, rabbits, swans, and even more animals to see. The park is really vast so be sure to check a map. In the Children's Zoo , which is a mini zoo for small children, where they can come in and touch the goats and look at different animals - primarily farm animals. You will find the Children's Zoo in the middle of the park near pony rides. Don't forget the Deer Park , which is a small free zoo with slightly different local animals. Slotskogen also has an absolutely fantastic playground for children of all ages - the playground Plikta which is located in the northern part of the park. Here there were swings, slides, trampolines, things to climb in, sand dunes, a place to play with water, and much more. In the northeastern part of Slotskogen you will find the Natural History Museum in Gothenburg. The museum seemed to us very child-friendly in that there are lots of animals to look at (stuffed of course), and was therefore pointed loose with a lot of questioning and curious fingers. At the Natural History Museum, you get the opportunity to see animals from all over the world up close, and it gave you the opportunity to talk a little about the different animals. However, you must be aware that you must of course not touch the exhibitions, which can be a little difficult to understand for very young children. On the edge of the park is the Natural History Museum. Don't miss seeing the huge stuffed blue whale. And in fact, this is the only place in the world where you have the opportunity to see a true blue whale this way. The stuffed whale is more than 16 meters long and weighs over 25 tons, and fills most of the large exhibition space - and rightly so.”
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“The prestigious museum opened in 1923, in time for Gothenburg’s International Exhibition. You can come to appreciate works from across Europe painted from the 1400s to the 21st century. But the museum’s acclaim comes from its 19th-century Nordic art, by famous and familiar names like Edvard Munch, Peder Severin Krøyer, Bruno Liljefors and Anders Zorn. The French collection deserves your time for its works by Gauguin, Picasso, Monet, Chagall and van Gogh. And for lovers of the Renaissance and Baroque there are pieces by van Dyck, Rembrandt, Rubens and Jacob Jordaens.”
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Gothenburg, Västra Götaland County