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A vibrant street food market in old shipyards at Hisingen. Every Saturday the market is visited by various restaurants, local breweries, a design market and much more!
At the biggest indoor market in town, Saluhallen, you find spices, coffee, cheese, fruit and other delicacies from all over the world. The Market Hall (Saluhallen) is home to around forty shops and places to eat.
At Market, the Korean and Mexican cuisines meet in a fusion-style called komex. Here traditional dishes are mixed together in new, creative combinations.
Eco Market is an association gathering more than twenty local designers, passionate about sustainability.
Butcher's Market is an American-style burger joint on the street Storgatan, just off the main boulevard Avenyn. Burgers, milkshakes and craft beer from both the US and Gothenburg are served here.
The fish market hall Feskekôrka, (‘fish church’ in Swedish) is an indoor fish and shellfish market where you can buy all kinds of seafood delicacies caught the same day.
The flea market Kommersen is well-known and has been around since 2000. The 1,400 square metre-large building often features over one hundred tables. A wide range of second hand items offer potential bargains and you can also grab a cup of coffee.
Winter sightseeing in Gothenburg by boat! Take the Paddan boat out to the Christmas market at Liseberg where millions of small lights twinkle in the dark. On board you will be served steaming hot mulled wine and gingerbread cookies. This tour has an entertaining guide and joyful Christmas music will be played.
Scandinavia's biggest permanent antique and collector's market, in a former bank building. Some 30 shops selling furniture, porcelain, coins, art, and much more.
Indoor market in the old fire station where you can find high-quality meats: beef, pork, lamb, poultry and game.
This restaurant in the heart of Gothenburg offers you a welcoming atmosphere as well as great food and drinks. Bee Kök & Bar is situated in Saluhallen, the famous market hall in Gothenburg since the 19th century. And has a varied menu with vegetarian alternatives.
Enter a world of italian flavours and experiences. Ristoria has something for everyone including delicious cheeses and modern interpretations of Italian classics.
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.
West Coast is a modern bistro with a focus on locally produced, organic ingredients from the Gothenburg region.
It's easy to explore central Gothenburg on foot and there are plenty of fun to see and do. From the large market hall and shopping streets Kungsgatan, Vallgatan and Södra Larmgatan to cafés and sights. Many hotels are located here too, which makes it easy to stay right in the centre of things.
At restaurant Salut you can enjoy a Parisian all-day bistro with tasty food and good wines in plenty. The restaurant Salut serves lunch and à la carte with a focus on nice ingredients and good flavours. Visit Salut for a nice restaurant experience or enjoy your meal for a take away.
Kville Market Hall offers a wide range of local and international delicacies. Here you can find everything from flowers, vegetables and fruit to local foods and tastes from all over the world. You can also enjoy a bite to eat in the restaurants and cafes.
Get the boat to New Älvsborg Fortress and travel back in time, go on a guided tour of 18th century manor Gunnebo House and Gardens or visit the popular Christmas market at Tjolöholms Slott. Below you'll find some of the castles and forts in the Gothenburg region, but there are many more to discover.
The quay at Rosenlund has always been a natural pilgrimage for fresh fish for the Gothenburgers. Nowadays the area houses several exciting bars, shops and restaurants. The nearby Kungshöjd area is filled with winding alleys and streets well worth visiting for a cooling drink, a coffee or just to enjoy the spectacular views in all directions.
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