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This year's festival has a new name and an equally exciting and varied selection of art and culture as previous years, entirely free to visit. The city will also be full of exciting flavors of sustainable food from all over the world
Movie about the acclaimed documentary "Betty - They Say I'm Different". The movie is about the funk icon and feminist pioneer Betty Davis, who was the first black woman to perform, write songs and be her own manager. Betty was a feminist pioneer, inspiring and challenging in a way that no woman has been before, especially in the funk. But then suddenly she disappeared.
Are you looking for budget-friendly things to do in Gothenburg? We have listed seven great ways to see the city for next to nothing, including free events and activities as well as sightseeing and day trip options. There are many other budget friendly alternatives as well.
Köpstadsö is located in the southern part of the archipelago and is also called Kössö. It's the archipelago's smallest island with about 100 full-time residents. During the summer, that number rises considerably up to 300 residents. The island consists of narrow, winding alleys and is free from both car and moped traffic.
Stampede's "Nordstan Takeover" is an event that have been organized annually since 2014. It is one of the big Parkour & Freerunning events in Europe. The reason why this event stands out from others is due to the fact that it takes place inside a mall rather than a conventional sport hall. Last year was a huge success, and this year it should be even better.
Kalvsund is located between islands Björkö and Öckerö. The ferry takes you from Lilla Varholmen via Björkö to the beautiful, car-free island.
Throughout the week, Gothenburg is filled with various inspiring events pertaining to the world of beer, including tap takeovers, lectures, samples, drinks and food. Some events are free of charge.
Prana Festival is a festival for health and fitness, which will be arranged in Åby Arena in Mölndal, just outside Gothenburg.
A festival for those who think they already know it all! Every year the international science festival brings knowledge, inspiration and fresh perspectives to students, professionals and the general public. With roughly 70 000 visitors annually, it’s one of Europe’s leading popular science events, and it mixes science and culture in a myriad of interesting ways.
The ship S/S Marieholm offers a genuine maritime dining room and a glass bar on the aft deck. She is moored at Packhuskajen next to the Gothenburg Opera. The restaurant offers a good menu a la carte at all gigs.
Skansen Lejonet is a fortification located at Gullberget, in the northern city centre of Gothenburg. Skansen Lejonet has been watching over the city since 1689.
Eleven Saturdays from August to October, a number of producers from Western Sweden visit Haga with locally produced products.
On Grötö in the northern part of the archipelago there are only about 100 residents year round, which makes Grötö the island of tranquility. There are no cars and to get to the island you first go to Björkö and then hop on the ferry from there.
A very popular attraction for families with children. It is Gothenburg's biggest playground and suitable for both toddlers and older children.
Artscape Saga is a celebration of storytelling and a dip into mankind’s universal richness of myths and folklore.
The children’s clothing brand Villervalla quickly became a favourite after the launch in Gothenburg in 2005. Bright colours and playful patterns are typical features.
We asked Gothenburg locals and visitors what places in Gothenburg that are the most popular on Instagram. This is their selection.
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