Hi My husband and I are going to Göteborg this spring( mid March) what should we see, attractions, art, museums, local stuff, the big wheel at the harbor is that with going for? and where to eat nice and not way to expensive, and 1) where to shop nice stuff, 2) is there a kind of market place and 3) is there a flee market worth going to ? Hope anyone can help just a tiny ☺️
I am planning to travel Gotheburg in next week. What are good places to visit there? Also, what are good nightlife options there?
We are travelling to Goteborg coming weekend and we have almost two full days to spend. We want to visit Archipelago but not sure which island is the best and which one that is best but very near to city - request help. We also will be going to Universum and then just landmarks in city center. I need help if I can add more or refine my selection of places. We have taken some nice food in Ikea, so hope Sweden has some good restaurants offering vegetarian food - any suggestions..
looking to rent an apartment for 2 guys during the GoteborgsVarvet weekend, 22nd May 2015. Registered late for the race so options are limited on Internet for rentals and hotels. Any advice or help? Thanks
I'm having troubles paying for my train fair. I am from the states so I'm not sure if that's the issue. I've tried using my bank card along with my credit card. I called my credit card company and they said it was nothing on their end since nothing showed up as decline. As anyone else had any issues? Thanks in advance for any help!
My mother's family is from Romelanda and I'd like to visit the area. Is Kungalv/Romelanda a better day trip from Gothenburg or will there be enough to do (we'll be there mid-Sept) that we'll want to stay overnight? Is Kungalv the closest town to Romelanda in which to stay?
I am looking for a relaxing place in the countryside of Göteborg in reasonable price. We are a couple and want to make it romantic also.
My friend and I are going to come to Göteborg over night. We want to go out either on monday or friday and party hard! We are 21 years old. Do you have any advice where we could go? We are looking for a good nightclub with house- and electromusic!
Anyone knows the cheapest way to get to Helsinki from Gothenborg ?
Hi! Is there a place in Gothenburg where I can experience bungee jumping?
Thanks in advance :)
We are arriving in Gothenburg September 16. We want to see the Southern Archipelago. Should we take a organized tour or take the ferry over on our own? We will not have have a car. We want to see the beautiful scenery and enjoy some local seafood. Is there a recommended island to visit or tour to take?
Ill be visiting this summer and was planning on getting a travel card to help me travel around on the trams and buses. I will be landing at Landvetter airport and i also want to visit a Molnlyke on another day. Does the travel card stretch as far as Molnlyke and the airport? I have looked at the Vasttrafik website but they don't appear to be very clear. Cheers!
can you tell me how i get from nils erickson to ulricehamn please ,which bus
and do i have to change buses
Will be visiting Gothenburg and Stockholm soon for 1 day each (cruise), does anyone know if taxi drivers accept credit cards in both or either cities.
i, will be visiting Gothenburg on cruise in May for 1 day, 7 - 3pm so time is precious. Would like to visit the Botanical Gardens, not sure where the Royal C ships dock, would we be better going to central stn and start from there. preferably by tram, but will use the bus. Been on Vastrafik web site, but am not sure about the 1 day blue tickets, have info where to buy from - Vastrafik service centres, 7 eleven or Pressbyran shops, but don't know where these places are. or how much or would we be better paying normal fare, the web site is not clear. Help please, any info would be appreciated.
I'm traveling to Sweden and/or Denmark in June 2012 with my wife and 8 month old daughter for about 9-10 days. We are renting a car and hope to see a mix of countryside, small towns, coastline, historic sights, natural beauty, and "must-sees" in the area. We want to spend time outdoors, but with a small baby, we can't do intense hikes, canoe trips, etc. Also, we'd like to spend some time in a big city or two, but also want to drive out and get away from the crowds.
I have three possible itineraries that I'm having trouble deciding on. For those who have been to Scandinavia, which option would you choose and why? And do you have any particular recommendations along each path? Also, I know each option goes almost all the way up to Oslo, but I am not inclined to go that far; seems like just another big, expensive city.
OPTION 1: Copenhagen -> Gothenburg (through Sweden)
Couple days in Copenhagen, take the ferry from Helsingor into Sweden. Malmo, Foteviken Viking Reserve, Ystad in the south, then swing up north along the coast. Go up to Stromstad, ferry into the Koster Islands, Tanum, Smogen, and Gothenburg the last couple of days.
OPTION 2: Copenhagen -> Gothenburg (through Denmark)
Couple days in Copenhagen, head west through Roskilde to Odense / Egeskov castle. Up to Aarhus, north to Frederikshavn, ferry over to Sweden. The second half is the same as option 1 (Stromstad, Tanum, Smogen, Gothenburg).
OPTION 3: Stockholm -> Gothenburg
Couple days in Stockholm, up to Sigtuna or Uppsala, stay in Orebro or a small town nearby. West to Lake Varnem, Lacko Slott, Uddevalla, Stromstad, The rest is the same as the other two options.
Hello, could you tell me whether the card is worth Gothenburg for 3 days if you arrive by plane or whether my card a 3-day range for the tram? Does anyone know what the cost tour buses in the city if no one has Gothenburg Card? Thank you, we fly on Friday!Thanks
Hello, I am planning a weekend in Gothenburg, where I can celebrate good if I like Metal, where can I get great, unique, special metal discs (also sometimes second-hand) and where I eat very individual (fish or Swedish) Thank you for your info!
Im looking at spending Christmas in Gothenburg, 23-28th December. I would like to know if:
- shops and museums are open over this period
- Is the public transport still running
- Are bars and restaurants open
- Is Liseberg open, I have seen on a few websites it close on the 23rd but does it re-open?
- Any top attractions you would recommend
All info is appreciated
Will be in Göteborg, for 8 days next week onward. Would like it if you all can give me ideas &/or lead me to useful links on your/others pages.
A) What would be a good way to spend evenings (just for a stroll/a post-dinner walks)?
B) I may get a chance to do a day trip or two during this period. So please throw at me the options - interests: landscape; history; culture; OR a must-have local food preparation/meat; beer tasting.
Is an Oslo day-trip a good idea? I will use public transport.
Awaiting the responses!
I'm coming to Goteborg in May for the Swedish Speedway Grand Prix with my 14 year old son...but trying to do it on a budget. We'll have two days to also discover Goteborg and I was thinking about going to the art galleries (which I think are free) and a few other central things....I have lots of questions!
1) What would be a good idea for something to do on a Sunday Morning in Goteborg?
2) I'm a bit confused about the public transport system as the Vasttrafik website is not very clear...Do 14 year olds travel free on all public transport, or is it only if I buy a one-day or three day card?...Is there a two day card?
3) I can't find a downloadbale tram map..any links?
4) Is it best to travel to the Uwelli Stadium by tram...or is that a bad idea for big crowd events...can you walk there from the centralstation
Thanks for any help!
Is there a public bus service, or any other cheap way of getting to and from the airport to central gothenburg....instead of using the expensive Flygbussarna...which would work out at £24 return for me and my son!
We are from New Zealand but living in the UK and this will be our first time going to Goteborg. We want to know if there are and reccommendations of where to go, best local food to try, best pub to get a beer at?
I love visiting local markets on the weekends when we are away so if anyone can tell me if there is that sort of thing there.
Is there a cheap way to travel around the city?
If anyone can help us out with any of this it is greatly appreciated!!!
Thanks so much guys : )
I´m from Germany. First of all sorry for my English ;-D
Me and 2 friends are interested about places to visit in and around Goteborg.
We are especially interested in a day trip with a dog sled, rendiersled or something like this. Is that posible?
We are 4 adults travelling from the 19.01 – 23.01.11 to Goteborg.
We look forward to get different answers from you.
I am visiting Göteborg during Januvary 2011. This is my first visit to Sweeden.
Can you tell me which are the best places to visit there during that time?
Also which are the other countries that we can travel to in ferries? Also let me know the price details of the same....
Any recommendations for a good way to spend a Tuesday evening/night in August in Goteborg?
After looking at different options I'm feeling increasingly confused :( It seems that travelling by plane is cheaper than taking a train. Is this possible?
I would prefer a train so maybe I'm looking at a wrong site?
Or maybe a car is the best alternative as there will be 3 of us?
Day and time of travel: 6 October, afternoon prefered.
We are doing a canal trip from Stockholm to Gothenburg. Then we wish to travel to Newcastle (U.K.). Advice on best way by sea or air? Thanks
I will be visiting Goteborg to attend a Travel fair. I am reaching there on 24th March evening and returning back on 28th March late afternoon.
I will be staying in Backebolsvagen, Hisings Backa area. I need to know how to reach this area from Airport and how to travel regularly from here to Goteborg convention Centre. What is the best and economical way of travlling. Is there a 5 day pass I can use on most of public transport?
arriving on cruiseship early morning in Goteborg. would like to arrange a day tour, possibly for small group for 8-12 fellow passengers, to Marstrand. can anyone recommend a local agent who can do this? pick-up at port around 8-9am, return to ship by 4pm, to include a boat or ferry ride around archipelago, some time to spend on land to see some of Marstrand and Goteborg. Please include price per person.
OR may be just 2-4 of us to go via taxi to get to Marstrand, spend some time there with stop in Goteborg on return, then back to ship. do most of touring and walking around on our own. How much would taxi fare be round-trip, Goteborg-Marstrand?
other suggestions on how to spend the day are welcome.