Gothenburg Vacations

Sweden
Gothenburg (pronounced Yur-te-boy in Swedish) was founded by King Gustav Adolf in the early 17th Century. For years it was an important trading center, and today is the home of Sweden's largest university, attended by 60,000 students. Perhaps it is this infusion of youthful exuberance which gives the population has …

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Reviews of Gothenburg

Caroline Aranius
Caroline AraniusVasteras, Sweden
09/01/2015

Göteborg is without a doubt my favorite city in Sweden with its friendly attitude and green environment. The city offers plenty of adventures; choose from one of many food markets, shopping, parks, museums, amusement parks and much more. There's also plenty of opportunities for a day trip to one of many smaller authentic cities along the coast (Västkusten).

Ryan @ OnyxHotels
Ryan @ OnyxHotelsAustin, Texas
25/07/2014

I visited here years ago when staying with my friend's family that lived in this rural community. The people were fantastic, the food I had was amazing, and we had a great time using the bus system to get around and explore.

Joel Gouveia
Joel Gouveia
28/11/2013

Beautiful city, flooded with snow. Felt a lot like home it the straight streets, the docking area and the beautiful bridges over the calm river.

Paulina & Robert
Paulina & RobertStockholm, Sweden
17/12/2012

This cosy little cafe we found in Victoriapassagen near Södra Larmgatan in Gothenburg. We didnt have time to stop for coffee this time but will definitely visit it the next time.

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