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Tours in Gothenburg
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Gothenburg is the fifth-largest city in Scandinavia, and the second-largest in Sweden. It is a sightseeing paradise of both the modern and the historic, as well as some of the largest annual cultural events on the regional map, like the Gothenburg Film Festival and the Metaltown Festival. Take a trip to this fascinating city now with our 2015 tours and activities.
Get on a hop on hop off bus in Gothenburg and explore the city in your own time. Visit some of the city’s most famous sites, and admire them from atop your open top double decker tour bus, or disembark at any time to explore them further. Visit the Feskekorka, an indoor fish and shellfish market that gets its name (which means “fish church” from its appearance resembling a Gothic church. It was designed as an experimental piece of architecture by Swedish architect Victor von Gegerfelt, and has been open since 1874. A known institution of the city as well as a tourist magnet, the Feskekorka represents the devotion of the city’s culture to fishing, one of its oldest trades.
Travel to Korsvagen, a public square and transportation hub in Gothenburg’s events district, and is a hub of pop culture and event venues in the city. Another square that you’ll visit is Drottningtorget.
Go down Avenyn, the primary boulevard of Gothenburg, and find yourself surrounded by high-class boutiques, bars, and restaurants. Inspired by the design of established avenues like the Champs-Elysees and the Ring Road of Vienna, Avenyn stretches a whole kilometer from the oldest part of Gothenburg to Gotaplatsen, one of its most modern districts and a cultural hub. Along the road, you will witness the Stora teatern, a building that over 150 years ago started as a Neo-Renaissance theater and opera venue, and now has pubs, clubs, and restaurants.