The city is home to several museums, including a maritime museum, which dates back to the 17th century
The Swedish version of the website gives an idea of what kinds of acts are playing, and you can book tickets in English.
The park’s diverse wildlife includes a wide variety of native and exotic species, including seals, Gotland ponies,
The University of Gothenburg donated another plot. The garden opened to the public in 1919.
The museum has six floors and staff members recommend visiting the sixth floor.
Many of these are built in a traditional style known as landshovdingehus, which translates as county governor’s house.
With its six-sided shape and 33 meters in height, it was once an important site for the Swedish military.
The fish church in Feskekorka is another popular attraction in Gothenburg. It is located in a church-like building and dates back to 1874.