Things to see and do - Gothenburg
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Gothenburg Travel guide
Gothenburg : Michelin's recommendations
Göteborg, situated at the mouth of the Göta, is the largest port in Scandinavia and a busy commercial centre. Sweden’s second largest city acts as a gateway to the west thanks to its strategic position midway between Copenhagen and Oslo. With excellent infrastructure for trade, sporting and cultural events, the city is a cosmopolitan, lively and welcoming place, which has earned it the title “the friendliest city in Sweden”.
Tourist attractions Gothenburg : Things to see and do
Götaplatsen Avenyn S - 412 56 Göteborg
This important museum has 19C-20C Scandinavian art, 17C Flemish and Dutch art, 16C-18C Spanish and Dutch art, 19C-20C French art and international contemporary art. The most interesting sections focus on Scandinavian art from the 1880s and 1890s, and..
Södra Vägen 50 S - 400 20 Göteborg
This centre explores scientific questions concerning life on Earth. The museum is laid out around a huge tropical greenhouse, which transports visitors to the oppressive atmosphere of this environment.
Örgrytevägen 5 S - 402 22 Göteborg
Liseberg is the garden of Göteborg; beds of flowers everywhere are just asking to be admired in the largest theme park in Sweden. A ghost train, a Big Wheel, big dippers, rides for all ages. And for food lovers, or just lovers, there are bars and res..
Sten Sturegatan 1 S - 411 39 Göteborg
This hotel is 500 metres from the Avenyn shopping street and 10 minutes’ walk from Liseberg Amusement Park. It offers free in-room Wi-Fi, a free wellness centre and a popular restaurant that uses organic produce. Hotell Liseberg Heden’s rooms featur..
Sten Sturegatan 23 S - 412 52 Göteborg
Situated in a 19th-century building, this hotel is directly across from Scandinavium Arena. The Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre is a 5-minute walk away. It offers free Wi-Fi and an on-site bar. Crystal chandeliers, cable TV and a work desk are ..
Mässans Gata 24 S - SE-40226 Göteborg
Set next to the Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre, this stylish hotel is opposite Liseberg Amusement Park. Stunning panoramic views of Gothenburg can be enjoyed from the 23rd-floor sky bar. The modern rooms at Gothia Towers Hotel feature wooden f..
Arkivgatan 7 S - 411 34 Göteborg
A lively, friendly eatery divided into three parts: a bar with bench seating and an open kitchen; a bright red room with a characterful cellar and a glass wine cave; and a superb wrap-around terrace. Cooking is good value and portions are generous; t..
Johannebergsgatan 24 S - 412 56 Göteborg
The main focal point of this cosy restaurant is the completely open kitchen; not only can you watch the chefs at work but they'll also deliver your food. The effort put into sourcing and the reverence with which ingredients are treated is highly comm..
GÖTABERGSGATAN 28 S - 411 34 Göteborg
This passionately run basement restaurant has been a Gothenburg institution for over 25 years. Modern cooking skilfully blends French and Swedish influences and relies on top quality seasonal ingredients; there's also an impressive cheese selection a..
TEKNOLOGGATAN 3 S - 411 32 Göteborg
Set in a quiet residential area, a long-standing, elegant restaurant with a stunning wine cave; run by a smartly dressed, knowledgeable team. There's a good choice of menus, including 3 different tasting options. Classically based cooking follows the..
Norra hamngatan 10 S - 411 14 Göteborg
This bright little restaurant is passionately run by two well-travelled chefs and their charming team. It has a stylish, elegant feel - and diners to match. The best seasonal ingredients are used in innovative and imaginative ways but dishes never fe..
Viktoriagatan 12 S - 411 25 Göteborg
Kock & Vin has been reinvented as Koka, with wooden planks on the floors and walls and wooden furniture to match. Choose 3, 5 or 7 courses from the daily set menu; dishes are light and refreshingly playful in their approach and fish features highly. ..
KLIPPPANS KULTURRESERVAT 5 S - 414 51 Göteborg
An East India Company warehouse dating from 1775; now a charming split-level restaurant with a lovely terrace and harbour views. Seafood is the strength, with classic Swedish dishes on the 'Wagner' menu and modern Nordic choices on the 'Trägårdh' men..