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Gothenburg – the romantic Scandinavian city adored by gourmets
Gothenburg is the second largest city of Sweden, full of Scandinavian beauty and yet absent of curious tourist crowds. Because of that, you can feel the authentic Swedish spirit unobstructed, admire Gothenburg’s culture, and try Swedish cuisine dishes that are gaining more and more popularity.
How to travel?
Gothenburg Landvetter Airport welcomes 5 million travellers every year. A trip from Lithuania is possible by choosing a connecting flight to Gothenburg or taking a direct one to Stockholm and travelling to Gothenburg by train afterwards. If you’re choosing the first option, the trip from Gothenburg’s airport to the city centre can be made in 20 minutes, by bus.
For travels inside and outside the city of Gothenburg, you should purchase a city card beforehand, as it will not only let you use subway and bus services, but will also give you a free access to the Liseberg amusement park and various museums.
What to taste?
Gothenburg will welcome you with a gentle sea breeze, unique Scandinavian city buildings, creating shimmering reflections in the water, and cosy old town streets and corners. These streets are full of gourmet food adventures, waiting to happen in high quality world-class 5 Michelin stars rated restaurants.
Gothenburg is the largest Scandinavian port-city, and the city’s popularity among seafood lovers surprises no one. You simply must try some fresh oysters, mussels, royal shrimps, and other kinds of fish in any of the cosy restaurants or at the famous Feskekorka fish market. Everyone with a sweet tooth will love traditional Swedish cinnamon buns and chocolate truffles with sea salt.
What to see?
Take a walk around the charming Gothenburg old town and visit the Gustav Adolfs Torg square, and just behind it, you’ll see the oldest city building of Kronhuset, built in 1642 and previously used for storing military uniforms, food reserves, and weapons, later to become a parliament house. Yet another unique 17th century building is the Skansen Kronan fortress, built for defence against Danish attacks. Go up the hill of the fortress, and you will see a breathtaking panoramic view of the entire Gothenburg city.
What to do?
Art lovers will love the 3 Michelin stars rated Gothenburg Museum of Art, offering to see numerous striking North European art pieces from the 15th century and beyond. All family travellers are welcome to visit the Liseberg amusement park and take a stroll through the beautiful authentic 19th century European park of Gothenburg’s Garden Society.
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