Jeans and shoes from sustainable locals
Your walk begins at the impressive cathedral Domkyrkan. The cathedral currently standing is the third one built in the same spot and it was completed in 1815. From here it’s a short walk to Vallgatan and Nudie Jeans, the Gothenburg-brand made famous for its commitment to sustainability and lifetime repairs.
Just around the corner you’ll find the Icebug Store. A shoe brand for runners and everyday users looking for the best possible grip. The Gothenburg brand is commited to becoming the first climate positive shoe manufacterer.
Vintage and design at Magasinsgatan
Cross the street Västra Hamngatan och head towards Magasinsgatan. At Magasinsgatan 22 you’ll have an opportunity to add some outdoor clothing to complement the shoes from Icebug. Outdoor brand Houdini wants to create a more circular clothing industry, and in 2021, 100% of their collection was recycled, recyclable, renewable, biodegradable or Bluesign certified. Houdini, som arbetar för en mer
On the other side of the street the two shops Ragtime Herr and Miss Ragtime offer top-end vintage clothing.
Pop Boutique is right next to Houdinian, and exciting vintage store with carefully selected fashion and design. Next door is Norrgavel where you’ll find premium pieces of furniture and interior design. Norrgavel was the first store in Sweden to receive the Nordic Eco label for home furnishing.
Magasinsgatan – stylish shopping and cosy courtyards
Magasinsgatan is a given destination for shopping and coffee as well as eating out or grabbing a drink when the evening comes. Trendy shops, restaurants and bars all offer something special, no matter if it comes to barista skills, local clothing brands or restaurant decor.
Fashion and organic goods in Haga
Cross the moat and head up towards the park Kungsparken and the street Nya Allén. The eco-friendly Thrive Store is located on the corner of the street Södra Allégatan and Husargatan. Their motto is conscious fashion and they offer clothing and accessories made from organic materials.
Next stop is the organic grocery store Fram Ekolivs. They offer a wide variety of organic products and locally produced goods.
Haga – cosy cafés and unique shops
Haga is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Gothenburg. The pedestrian street Haga Nygata is lined with well-preserved houses, many in the characteristic Gothenburg style called “landshövdingehus” with one floor in brick and the rest in wood. Today they house plenty of independent shops and cafés.
Secondhand aplenty in Linn´estaden
The spacious second-hand shop Myrorna, located by the square Järntorget, spans four floors and is packed with clothes, furniture and more. At the top floor you’ll find an inspiring retro section featuring one of a kind garments and accessories from decades gone by.
The area around the street Andra långgatan is primarily known for its number of bars and restaurants, but there are also several secondhand shops worth checking out, including Sneakershyllan and and Arkivet .
We’ll end the walk by heading up up the street Linnégatan and a final stop stop at the shop Björkåfrihet, a popular second-hand shop with retro inspired fashion..