Visit our maritime museum. You learn a lot about the inhabitants in the sea around us, the history of shipping in Gothenburg and got some simulators you do not see on other places.
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A tip for your vacation in Gothenburg is the universeum. Something like an indoor zoo with djungle, animals, exhibitions that gets everyone curious about everything from nature to history. At the moment there is a display about the iceage here in europe. I got some pictures. Check it out here>>>
If you would like to see ordinary citisens in Gothenburg you should try the annual big flee market in Majorna This is an event arranged by the local tentants association where everyone are out on the streets to selling their old clothes, furnitures, stereo, telly and whatever they find. I got some pictures. Check it out here>>>
We had thousands of spectators and a lot of participants trying the Tough viking in Slottskogen last saturday the 23:rd of april. Quite amusing to see. I took some pictures.
Vasttrafik tells us that they will start a new ferryline from Stenpiren in central Gothenburg this summer to Vrangoe in the southern archipelago. The ferry will start every bankday by 10:50 and then pass Saltholmen for the journey down to Vrangoe. It will go back again 15:35 from Vrangoe, bankdays, and a little later in weekends. This is an affordable and comfortable way of seeing the coast during your visit here.
Tomorrow starts the annual Book sale in Gothenburg I'll deliver some pics and tips from the stores of books later on. People are rushing from early hours to different bookstores in Gothenburg. Read an article from the Gothenburg post last year here>>>
Looks like rallysweden got problems with the snow this year. Glenn Olsson writes on rallysweden.com that they had plenty of snow and ice until last week but all this raining and plus degrees has spoiled their hope for a good winter rally. Read more on rallysweden.com
At the moment you´ve got Gothenburg boatfair or bootshow all week on exhibition and conference center. Are you curious about what is happening in boats and sea you should definitely make a visit.
Currently I am moving. I am doing the second effort in making my websight more mobilefriendly and are trying with a slightly new design. Earlier I wrote in english on http://www.citygbg.se but are now redirecting most of the english pages here to this new domain. http://www.citygbg.nu/ . My intention is to give you some suggestions on what to see in Gothenburg Sweden. From the beginning I wrote citygbg.se after been guiding tourists from all over the world in Gothenburg and after the guiding I got questions like where to eat, what to see, how you get to the beach and then made a decision by publishing a page with tourist information that "normal" pages did not offer. Usually you see a lot information about hotels and accommodation in Gothenburg but nothing about different museums, the harbour and places around Gothenburg. Like the archipelago, old cultural buildings and how you get a bus or tram. If you got any questions about Gothenburg then please send me a mail and I will answer as soon as possible.
This is Elfsborg fortressYou got plenty of old ruins round and in the city. I will tell you later on.
You are getting much value for your money in Sweden at the moment.The swedish krona is falling and it is nearly deflation here because the salary has not been rising for the last years. This means that if you are paying with Euro you´ll get 15% more then last year.
As you propably are aware of these nordic countries where home of the famous vikings that where the first europeans to discover north america. In 1933 one farmer 40 kilometers north of Gothenburg discovered a ship in his field during ploughing. This ship, Aeskekaerr ship is the only viking-ship that still remains from this period. You are actually able to see it in Gothenburg city museum. They are also showing a lot of information from this period.
Free courses in Swedish try learning some basic swedish before you get here. These are free and from the swedish institute.
Gothenburg are known for its fish market. You should try Feskekorkan(the fishchurch) when you are here