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Baths and Beaches

Baths and Beaches

Gothenburg and the vicinity have many options when it comes to bathing, both salty seas and lakes. The municipality manages 23 of these, see the link:
The Avenue

The Avenue

The main boulevard Kungsportsavenyn is not only a centre for entertainment, the neighbour-hood also offers exclusive boutiques and fashion. Kungsportsavenyn, or simply Avenyn, stretches from the bridge Kungsportsbron by the Moat to Götaplatsen and the Museum of Art, the City Theatre, The Concert Hall and the Poseidon statue. Avenyn is lined with shops, cosy cafés, renowned restaurants and popular bars. It gets extra lively here in the summer when holidaymakers gather at the outdoor serving areas.
Universeum

Universeum

Universeum is a science centre for the whole family. Seven floors with animals, experiments and challenges are waiting to give you an experience beyond the ordinary. The aquariums are some of the largest in Europe and you also find exciting exhibitions and an indoor rainforest – right in the middle of Gothenburg!
This is Gothenburg

This is Gothenburg

Gothenburg is found on the west coast of Sweden, right in the heart of Scandinavia. The city has got plenty to offer – with lots of great shopping, a flourishing restaurant scene and the stunning archipelago just around the corner.
Röda Sten Art Centre

Röda Sten Art Centre

Röda Sten Art Centre is a non-profit association which uses the old boiler house in the harbour entrance between the Älvsborg Bridge and the area of Nya Varvet – with a view of the island Vinga and the horizon. It's a different arena for contemporary art, theatre, music and dance. There's also a workshop with creative activities for children and young people. You also find a café, music clubs and a restaurant in the building.
The Unique Archipelago

The Unique Archipelago

Enjoy the unique archipelago of Gothenburg, with salty granite cliffs and beaches, a deep, blue, natural store cupboard filled with fresh fish and shellfish, irresistible fishing villages and piers, where people flock to shops and restaurants. The international sailing competitions and daytrips on passenger ferries are complemented by more energetic activities sea kayaking, golf, fishing trips, or a shellfish safari. One of Sweden’s greatest paddling areas are the west coast (known as the Bohuslän area).
Masthugget Church

Masthugget Church

This 1914 church is a well-known sea navigation landmark in Gothenburg and a great example of the National Romantic style. Splendid viewpoint. The Architect is Sigfrid Ericsson. Around 90,000 tourists visit the church every year, correspondingly affecting the church and the parish itself.
Do & See

Eriksberg

The area has a long history of shipbuilding, and as late as the 70s it was home to some of the world's largest shipyards. Today the old shipyard areas along the quays Eriksberg and Lindholmen is new residential areas with restaurants, theatres and cafes, well worth a stop for a coffee or ice cream on the piers by the river.
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