7 best things to do in Gothenburg, Sweden

Gothenburg is the second-largest city in Sweden after Stockholm. The city of Gothenburg is also called ''little London'' because, in the 1800s, Gothenburg became industrial and many Scottish and British businessmen had moved to Gothenburg.

Gothenburg, Sweden

Gothenburg is also famous due to its simple and minimalistic Scandinavian architecture. The Port of Gothenburg is the largest port in Scandinavia.

Gothenburg, Sweden

Things to do in Gothenburg, Sweden:


1. Haga:


Haga is the cute and cosiest neighbourhood of Gothenburg located in the southwest of the city, The district is famous for its cobblestone streets and 19th-century wooden houses.

Haga, Gothenburg


Järntorgsbrunnen, Gothenburg

Haga is the busiest neighbourhood with uncountable cafes and local shops. I have also bought a souvenir from Haga. You can also find traditional big Swedish cinnamon buns and Swedish Coffee Fika in Haga.

Cafe Husaren Haga, Gothenburg

2. Explore Nordstaden District:


The Nordstaden is the central district located near the Central train station of Gothenburg. The Nordstaden is famous for its shopping experience and its local and international restaurants.

Nordstaden District, Gothenburg

I had started walking from the streets near the Kungsportsplatsen. There are parallel streets full of cafes and shops. Every street has a little glimpse of artist touch and there are narrow passages that take you to the hidden cafes and restaurants.


Kungsportsplatsen., Gothenburg

You can always find a surprise in every street. I was there in February but the city still lightened up with the Christmas lights.

Nordstaden District, Gothenburg

The Stora Saluhallen is an Old fashioned food hall with vendors who offer fresh cheese and other delicatessens.


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Stora Saluhallen, Gothenburg

From these streets, I walked towards the Götenburg Stadsmuseum and