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Gothenburg, have a breath of fresh air in the scandinavian city!

Gothenburg is the second city of Sweden. It is located close to the Cattegat, which is the strait between Denmark and Sweeden liking the Baltic sea to the Northern Sea. This geographic location made Gothenburg the main Scandinavian port.

About Sweden

The first thing you will remark in Gothenburg is the beauty of the architecture. The typical Scandinavian one can be seen from the Götaplatsen square to the multicolour houses of the Haga and Gathenhielm districts.

Many sites of interest will amaze the visitors such as the fine arts museum or the famous Röhss museum. If you want to have fun, go to the Liseberg. This amusement park is the biggest one and the first touristic place in Sweden.

Fot nature lovers : walk around the botanic park or visit the Universeum dedicated to the water’s cycle. Or choose the Slottsskogen, including a zoo, sport aeras, a rural museum ... on 137 hectares!

Train Station(s)

Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Gothenburg can be found.

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Understanding scandinavia pass Hi there! I need some help for my upcoming trip for Sweden and Norway. I am not too sure if a rail pass is worth it or should i buy the point to point ticket. 1. Travelling from Gothenburg to Abisko Ostra by train (understand that this trip will (...)

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Do trains run on june 6, flag day from stockholm to gothenberg I plan to take the train on Flag Day, 2016 from Stockholm to Gothenburg. I assume there will be a reduced schedule that day. Based on prior years, will there be a train to Gothenburg that (...)

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Customer reviews

  • Value for money
    Smooth Sailing Across Sweden | Sharad Chandra m. | 2015/08/10
    "My friend and I recently journeyed from Stockholm to Gothenburg, going right across the country from east to west. The train, departing Stockholm Central at 08:22, was extremely comfortable and smooth, with the friendly and courteous attendants making the 4-hour journey most enjoyable! Our coach (no. 1) was spotless and pleasant-smelling. Apart from the people, weather and scenery, this is one more aspect of Sweden that we simply loved! I haven't stopped talking about my experience ever since I returned home. "

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    STOCKHOLM C - GOETEBORG C | Lai See k. | 2014/09/08
    "1. No room for 26” luggage to put on floor and it is too heavy and too big to put on the rack above seat. 2. When booking online, seats allocated separately in different rows. "

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    comfort and quiet | Tat Man l. | 2013/08/10
    "it would be great if we can book our seat instead of being assigned. our family of 4 was seated separately, though not far away. "