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Customized guided tours based on your interests.
The sea and archipelago just outside of Gothenburg has plenty to offer. Go on a brunch cruise or get close to the archipelago wildlife on a guided boat tour. Here are some of the many available boat tours, but there are plenty more to discover.
Ocean Bus provides sightseeing tours on land and in the river Göta älv, which allow you to explore the city within the same vehicle for the whole tour.
Hillside Cycling offers guided mountainbike tours in the Gothenburg area. Choose from tours in different lengths – half day, day or multiple days. The enormous trail network of several hundred kilometres is the result of arduous cycling discovery and joyful exploration.
Explore the southern part of the Gothenburg archipelago with Escape Outdoors – rent your own or join a guided sea kayak tour or BCU-course.
Enjoy a ride on the sturdy Icelandic horse or on the strong and stable Northern Swedish Horse, all in breathtaking scenery. Choose between riding tours in the beautiful coastal environment or in the last wilderness in the West Sweden region. Some tours require good riding skills and knowledge of horses, while others are well suited for people with little or no riding experience. We've listed a few tour operators, but there are many others as well.
The water tower is located at the highest point of Slottsskogen, 80 meters above sea level. During the summer, organized tours of the tower are arranged by Aquatorium.
Kastor Boat Trips in the harbour Hönö Klåva takes you out to the beautiful waters around the island Hönö, Vinga and Gothenburg. The boat Kastor was built in 1962 and operates all year round.
Cruise through the beautiful archipelago and fish for mackerel, get a feel of the salty sea on an exciting lobster cruise or buy a fishing permit and go fishing in the lakes around Gothenburg.
Experience the archipelago onboard a classic ship, with guided tours, great food and entertainment.
You can easily book a personal tour with the guide associations. Gothenburg Guide Club and the Association of Gothenburg Authorized Guides, have extensive expertise in several areas. Guided tours are provided in several languages, such as city sightseeing tours, city walks and tours to the Gothenburg archipelago and guided transfers to and from the airport.
Explore a replica of the East Indiaman that sank outside Gothenburg upon the return from China in 1745.
Go to local restaurants that are off the beaten path or enjoy Nordic cuisine at home. A real foodie experience in Gothenburg.
Point 65 Kayak Center is centrally located in Lilla Bommen harbour and is literally as close to water as can be. Rent a kayak to paddle on your lunch break, in the afternoon or as much as you’d like during a week.
Sea kayak Billdal offers courses as well as guided tours and hire of sea kayaks.
In the Gårda neigbourhood you find a factory where nearly nothing has changed since the turn of the century. It still looks like any factory from the early 20th century and this is likely one of the most well-preserved work environments in Scandinavia from this time.
Njutningsfrämjandet organizes several different activities within food and drink, such as chocolate, wine and cheese tastings, courses in brewery and several city walks about Gothenburg's food history.
There’s a whole lot to discover in Gothenburg. And there’s even more to explore outside the city. All you have to do is ride just a few stops beyond the city limits to enjoy some really memorable experiences.
Excellent Guiding specialize in personal service and offer a variety of activities and guided tours all year around in Gothenburg and on the West Coast. Together with their authorized guide colleagues they speak 18 different languages and can therefore take care of visitors from all over the world.
The functionalistic addition to the Town Hall, signed Gunnar Asplund and completed in 1936, is one of Gothenburg's most famous constructions. There are guided tours in Swedish and English.
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