Sweden · 3 Days · 28 Moments · August 2017

Göteborg (Gothenburg)


20 August 2017

19 August 2017

Skansen Kronan Part II
Skansen Kronan - Fortress situated on the hill Risåsberget in the Haga district. It was designed by Erik Dahlberg and completed in 1697.
Haga - One of the oldest neighbourhoods in Gothenburg. The pedestrian street Haga Nygata is lined with well-preserved wooden houses, many in characteristic county-governor style. Today they house plenty of independent shops and cafés.
Feskekôrka Part II
Feskekôrka (“fish church” in Swedish) - Indoor fish and shellfish market where you can buy all kinds of seafood delicacies caught on the day. Feskekôrka was built in 1874 and was an architectural experiment the city architect by Victor von Gegerfelt. He was inspired by the wooden Norwegian stave churches and stone Gothic churches. The idea was to have a room without pillars.
Palmhuset Part II
Palmhuset (The Palm House) - like a glittering artwork in glass and cast iron. It was modelled on the Crystal Palace in London, and has been a popular destination since 1878. In an area measuring almost 1,000 square metres you can enjoy tropical warmth and exotic plants, including palm trees.
Rosenkaféet - Located in the Garden Society's oldest building dating back to 1874. From May to October, Rosenkaféet offers traditional Swedish fare in old-fashioned surroundings. Only first rate produce is used here and the emphasis is on cooking good healthy food.
Trädgårdsföreningen (The Garden Society of Gothenburg) - One of the best preserved 19th century parks in Europe. Here you can find thousands of roses, carpet beddings and lush woodlands. The palm house from 1878 houses exotic plants in a Mediterranean climate.
Liseberg Amusement Park

18 August 2017

Dinner was salty af
Grocery Shopping @ ICA Focus
Our airbnb
City Central