The Port of Gothenburg is Scandinavia’s largest port and has an excellent geographical position for reaching all parts of Scandinavia and the Baltic Sea. Environmental issues constitute an important foundation for the activities and the port is convinced to contribute to a long term sustainable development by an integrated and proactive environmental work to achieve a minimum of negative environmental impact.
- Experience the history of Gothenburg as a trade centre, the famous opera house, the statue “Poseidon”, the Art Museum, the Concert Hall, City Theatre and Library. Continue tour on Paddan canal boat.
- Experience the fishing villages, the old Viking town of Kungälv, Tjörn Bridges with an amazing view on the North Sea and visit on the small island of Klädesholmen, famous for its herring industries.
- There is something for everyone at Liseberg. Many rides and attractions offer thrills and laughter for kids and grown-ups. There are plenty of other things to enjoy; restaurants, shops and gardens.
- Experience important sites and landmarks; Götaplatsen, the cultural centre of the city and the Museum of Fine Arts with its Fürstenberg Gallery, including the world's leading collection of Nordic art. And next door, you can find the the Hasselblad Museum.
- Experience the beautiful countryside, island of Koön & Carlsten Fortress, where a guided walk through narrow, cobbled streets will take you through a small, pedestrian town and its interesting history
- Experience a scandinavian christmas in Gothenburg with cosy markets, atmospheric concerts, Christmas at Liseberg Amusement Park and more.
- The Swedish Ship Götheborg is a replica of the East Indiaman that sank outside Gothenburg upon the return from China in 1745. Here, you can explore everything from captivating stories and the amazing art of shipbuilding, to knot-tying courses and culinary delights in a contemporary 18th century environment. Read more about the Swedish Ship Götheborg. https://www.goteborg.com/en/ostindiefararen-gotheborg/
- The Swedish tradition ”fika” (meaning to take a break, sit down with a friend for a cup of coffee and some baked goods) has become a world-wide sensation. And for good reason. Visit the cafés in Gothenburg and see for yourself why the concept of “fika” is so cherished in Sweden. https://www.goteborg.com/en/fika-in-gothenburg/