Things to do in Gothenburg
Gothenburg is much smaller than Stockholm and, and it is
possible to see many of its attractions in only a couple of days.
Gothenburg''s attractions are just as fascinating however, giving
tourists a good sense of the long history of Sweden in museums like
the Gothenburg City Museum, Museum of World Culture, Maritime
Museum, Natural History Museum, and Kviberg Military Museum. The
birthplace of the Volvo, there is even a museum dedicated to
Sweden''s most famous car.
There are also many historical buildings in Gothenburg,
including several forts and cathedrals, and the Crown House, former
home of the Swedish Parliament. There is even a life-sized
reconstruction of the Swedish Ship Götheborg open for visits in the
Outside the city, several popular attractions around Gothenburg
include the Liseberg amusement park and the Wheel of Gothenburg.
Paddan tourist boats run in the city canals, while Börjessons offer
boat tours of the archipelago.
Tourists in Gothenburg can purchase a Gothenburg Pass for SEK
245 (24 hours) or SEK 390 (48 hours), which grants them unlimited
access to public transport, and free admission to Liseberg, the
Botanical Gardens, and more than a dozen museums in Gothenburg.