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Gothenburg is located by the sea and that’s something you should definitely take advantage of while visiting the city. One way to do just that is to rent a boat. Below you'll find a few places where to rent a boat, but there are many more.
If you’re into activities involving water, you’ve come to the right place. The sea as well as the lovely lakes and city canals sure invite to water sports of all kinds.
This exhibition promises to be an inspiring meeting point for all boat enthusiasts and an opportunity to entice guests who are curious to discover boating life in its true environment. The show will also offer you a chance to enjoy the beautiful harbour of Gothenburg from a whole new perspective. Free admission!
Dock in the city centre, stay for a night in the tranquil area of Långedrag or visit the idyllic islands in the archipelago.
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.
Frihamnen, the free-port, is both a new and an old part of the city, located right in the heart of Gothenburg. The old shipbuilding industry and port operations give the area its historical setting, while at the same time a new neighbourhood takes shape among hangars, piers and cranes.
We still have to wait before visiting the rabbits and riding the rollercoasters at the amusement park Liseberg. But in the meantime, Gothenburg has lots of family fun to offer – here are nine great tips for this summer.
The northern riverbank is an area that for more than 150 years has been characterised by the shipbuilding industry. Today it looks different, and where there once were an industrial landscape, lies green areas, university buildings, street food and much more. The 7-kilometre-long artwalk does not solely focus on art, but also on several other things as well.
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