is situated 12 Km outside of Gothenburg city. There is a bus connection to the city centre from outside the terminal building, operated by Vasttrafik; the journey time is 25 minutes and tickets cost SEK 50. Timetables and any additional info can be found on www.vasttrafik.se
The Parade Street AvenynThe Parade Street Avenyn is an attraction in itself. It has a constantly vibrant atmosphere with its outdoor restaurants, nightclubs and the many people it attracts. In Sweden's largest outdoor shopping centre, Nordstan, one can find the latest fashions and specialist stores.
Art MuseumGöteborg Art Museum has a unique collection of Nordic art. The collection includes works by Ernst Josephson, Carl Larsson, Bruno Liljefors, Harriet Backer, Edvard Munch, Anders Zorn and others. The museum also holds a great collection of other famous painters. Stroll through the centuries and see works by Rembrandt, Picasso, Chagall and artists from the Danish golden age.
Göteborg Opera HouseThe opera house is brimming with talent, both artistically and technically. It is a house which offers possibilities far beyond the ordinary, both behind and on stage. Both classical and modern performances are on the repertoire. Learn more about it to make the visit an even greater experience.
East Indiaman GötheborgVisit Scandinavia's most visited attraction! Follow the construction of an authentic 18th century ship. Everything from the history, original idea and drawings to today's production, visitor centre and future visions for the project can be seen here. There is also a shop selling handicrafts, tea, Chinese and maritime gifts and more. Guided tours through the shipbuilding hall are also available.
Liseberg Amusement ParkLiseberg was founded in 1923 and is the largest amusement park in Scandinavia. One of the most popular of its attractions is the Lisebergsbanan, a 1400-meter long roller-coaster. Aosl, try Balder, the biggest and most thrilling wooden coaster in Scandinavia. The first drop is 70 degrees, so a bit of courage helps...