By Linda Carter
The famous Haga Nvgata, a pedestrian street ideal for strolling, is one of the oldest areas and dates from the mid 17th century. Shops offer all sorts of wares. Wonderful antiques and collectibles, clothing, produce and flowers, an amazing variety to peruse.
All throughout the city small oasis' of green offer an island of calm in the cities bustle.
For more beauty visit the Museum of Art featuring artwork form the 15th century to today. This museum is home to a fine collection of Nordic artwork, as well as renowned favorites Monet, Reubens, Picasso, and others.
Canal tours are a great way to see the city and all make a stop here.
Perched high above the city the Skansen Kronan, built in 1689 as a fortress is a great spot for a birds eye view.
For family fun, world class amusement park Lisenburg is located not far outside the city.
No matter your choice, planning in advance will allow you to get the most out of your visit to Gotenburg, Sweden.