Göteborg - Just the right size.
Göteborg is just the right size for a weekend trip. Great shopping, concerts, sports events and excellent restaurants. A popular pastime in Göteborg is to “ta en fika” or going for a coffee “or something” at a good café. As a result, you will find small, cosy cafés all over town.
Parents will have plenty to do. The Liseberg Tivoli is one of the more popular destinations in Sweden. Don’t miss Universeum, a museum of natural sciences and technology. Another attraction in Göteborg are the Paddans, boats that provide guided tours around Göteborg’s canals which is a fantastic way of getting to know the city.
The sea or nearby lakes are never far away - hop on a tram and after a short trip you’ll be there. The archipelago is unique - loads of cliffs to dive from or beaches to enjoy.
Göteborg is Sweden’s second city and has its own culture and dialect. The city’s location means that it has mild weather throughout the year. The summers are sunny and wonderful, with temperatures usually around 20-25°C.
*Prices quoted are round-trip including all taxes and fees, and are based on availability. Additional baggage and optional service fees may apply.
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- Icelandair flights to Göteborg will land at the Göteborg-Landvetter Airport, approximately 25 km from the city.
- Buses run between the airport and the city centre every 20 minutes.
- Going shopping? The city centre (Citykärnan) is an excellent place to start. If you enjoy short walks or tram rides, the Järntorget, Linnéstaden, Haga, Vasastaden and Avenyn are good places to shop in Göteborg.
- The Göteborg Pass provides you with free access to amusement parks, discounts in shops and restaurants, as well as free bus and boat rides.