• Sunset behind a Tram in the City of Goteborg, Sweden

    Sweden

    Gothenburg

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City Sightseeing Gothenburg Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

City Sightseeing Gothenburg Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

The Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour offers an easy way of getting around Gothenburg and exploring the city at your leisure. It combines the structure of a guided tour but the freedom and flexibility of independent travel. You'll have unlimited access to the bus for over 24 hours. So, you can stop wherever you like along the route. Enjoy the views while learning about the city's history from the onboard commentary. Get down at the Grand Theatre, Liseberg Park, or elsewhere.
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The Avenue

The Avenue

The main boulevard Kungsportsavenyn is not only a center for entertainment, but this upscale neighborhood also offers exclusive boutiques and clothing stores. Kungsportsavenyn, or simply Avenyn, stretches from the Kungsportsbron bridge by the Moat to Götaplatsen situated near 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 enjoy the bar and restaurant life, spilling onto the terraces, giving the atmosphere a very electric yet relaxing feel.
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Gunnebo House and Gardens

Gunnebo House and Gardens

Gunnebo House was built at the end of the 1800s and the outdoor pursuits area offers the opportunity for superb walks or other exercise in beautiful countryside. The natural environment around the house at Gunnebo is well known and armed with binoculars you can discover many rare plants and birds. Gunnebo Kaffehus & Krog is housed in the servants’ quarters, right next to the kitchen garden. Freshly baked and with a wonderful smell, the bread comes from the Baking Cottage to be enjoyed with freshly made ecological coffee.
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