Cherry blossoms at Järntorget
Some might argue that the cherry blossoms are a bit cliché, that they’re really not worth the fuss. Well, we couldn’t disagree more. If you need convincing, take a stroll underneath the light-pink cherry trees at Järntorget and admire nature’s very own candy floss. Irresistible!
Azalaedalen in Slottsskogen city park
When the azaleas begin to blossom, the Slottsskogen staff put up signs to let people know. But you could just as well just follow the droves of people from Linnéplatsen to the azalea valley, usually towards the end of May!
The Garden Society of Gothenburg
This 19th century garden is one of Gothenburg’s most popular parks and boasts a magnificent palm house, a huge rose garden, walking paths along the moat and a lot more. Spring time is perhaps the best time to visit the park as trees and flowers bloom and the garden is buzzing with life.
Gothenburg Botanical Garden
The botanical garden is a bit of a no-brainer if you’re after pretty spring spots in Gothenburg. Stroll through the rhododendron valley and you’ll get to the top of the hill Håberget for an amazing view of the western part of Gothenburg.
Nature reserve Lärjeåns dalgång
There’s more to Gothenburg than the city centre. A tram ride from the shopping streets and restaurants you’ll find nature reserves and excellent hiking trails. A favourite around spring time is Lärjeåns dalgång, north-east of the city centre. Follow the river Lärjeån and you will find yourself surrounded by a wall of wonderful wood anemones.
High above the rooftops of cosy neighbourhood Haga you’ll find the fortification Skansen Kronan. Climb the stairs to one of Gothenburg’s top lookouts and you will get a birds-eye view of spring in Gothenburg.
The Gothenburg archipelago
The archipelago is worth a visit all year round, and spring is no exception. There are over 18 islands to travel to by public transport, each island with its own unique charm.
The Gothenburg archipelago – unique experiences year-round
The Gothenburg archipelago is amazing and there are so many islands for you to discover. Walk along winding trails near the sea, through quaint fishing villages and experience beautiful nature reserves.
Getting to the archipelago
You’ll reach the car-free southern islands by ferry from boat terminal Saltholmen or from Stenpiren Travel Centre. To get to the northern islands you take the ferry from Lilla Varholmen on Hisingen. Both the northern and the southern archipelago are beautiful and well worth a visit. Here a few tips on how to get there.
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