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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.
This year’s Nobel Week Dialogue will be an online event, placing the spotlight on learning, exploring how education, and learning in general, can help us prepare to create a better future: the future we want.
Kalvsund is located between islands Björkö and Öckerö. The ferry takes you from Lilla Varholmen via Björkö to the beautiful, car-free island.
Köpstadsö is located in the southern part of the archipelago, also called Kössö. It's the smallest island in the archipelago with around 100 full-time residents. During the summer, that number rises considerably up to 300 residents.
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.
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.
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.
Here you can download our free annual guide to Gothenburg in German, French, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, English and Swedish.
A very popular attraction for families with children. It is Gothenburg's biggest playground and suitable for both toddlers and older children.
The exhibition presents five artistic perspectives on what it means to be a woman today. Sculptures, photography, videos and paintings raises questions about solidarity, sisterhood and vulnerability.
Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk, produced by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, will open at the Museum of World Culture on December 12th 2020.
The ground painting Matrix is an artistic collaboration project where three artist started from the museum's collections and themes. The result is a large-scale ground painting on the concrete slabs in front of the World Culture Museum.
Sibelius had achieved his international breakthrough with great success when the third symphony was written, and that joy is heard in every note – warmth, happiness and sincerity.
The name à la London is inspired by all the amazing street markets in London and the wish to create the same feeling in Gothenburg.
Something is not quite right in this exhibition...
Let’s talk about waste. Or rather about how we can reduce waste in Gothenburg together. When you buy your lunch in your own lunchbox, we move one step closer to a Gothenburg free of single-use items.
There are several wifi hotspots around Gothenburg that gives you internet access. Below you’ll find tips on apps that help you find a hotspot and some of the locations with free WiFi.
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