Best Western Tidbloms Hotel

Olskroksgatan 23, Gothenburg, Vastergotland, S 416 66, Sweden
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Must sees in Goteborg/airport bus prices/Goteborg Pass

by wombles

Hi,I am off to Goteborg on Friday for 4 days visiting a friend who is studying there. While he will have some things to take me around to see I was wondering if nayone has some suggestions of the must sees of Goteborg and surrounds?
Also, does anyone know if the city airport bus is the same price if you buy tickets online or in person? (110kr return online).
And thoughts on the Goteborg pass - is it worth the price?

Sorry for the question overload!!

Thanks in advance

Re: Must sees in Goteborg/airport bus prices/Goteborg Pass

by Askla

When it comes to the Göteborg Card, it depends on what you are going to do. Are you going to use the public transports much and visit museums much, yes then it's good value. Otherwise probably not.
Regards Lars.

Re: Must sees in Goteborg/airport bus prices/Goteborg Pass

by marielexoteria

The shuttle bus prices should be the same online and in person, but you can only pay with credit card if you buy the ticket on the bus or on the ticket machine outside the terminal (by the arrival hall entrance).

I agree with the above poster. IMO you'll get the best of the Göteborg card if most of what you do is covered by it.

I can't tell you about must sees because I go there to visit a friend and we don't do internal tourism there (will change that).

Re: Must sees in Goteborg/airport bus prices/Goteborg Pass

by Joacim

Regarding must sees it is as always depending on what you are interested in.Old stonehouses - walk around in the central part of the city, Slottskogen I think is a must see and when you there go up to masthuggskyrkan and look at the scenery and a good view over the city and the archipelago. One thought is to go in to a bookstore and fin one of those walk-around-in-gothenburg-books. I have one (in swedish unfortunately) that is very good!

Travel Tips for Göteborg

Some basic facts about Gothenburg

by jacob_m

Göteborg (or in English Gothenburg) is the second largest city of Sweden after the capital, Stockholm.
It's located on the western coast of southern Sweden not that far from Denmark and the city has about 500.000 inhabitants.
The city was founded in 1621 by Gustav II Adolf which is probably one of the most famous Swedish kings as he tried to conquer large parts of Europe but was killed in the battle of Lützen in 1632.
This is also where you'll find the headquarter and factories of VOLVO.

Port of Goteborg


Goteborg is home to Scandinavia's biggest and most important port. Due to its location at the mouth of
the river Gota which ends in the Kattegat, it has access to both the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. Besides many cargo ships it is also served by ferries from Frederikshavn (DK), Kiel (D), Kristiansand (N) and Newcastle (UK).


Take a number, please


At most places with customer service (e.g. Post Office, Tourist Information, Money Exchange) you have to take a number from a machine. Then you have to wait for your number to be called or to be shown on the display with the appropriate counter. So instead of waiting in a line you are able to browse through other things while waiting for your number to be called.

The most famous club in Sweden

by Henrik_rrb

Gothenburg is a very sporty city, with football (soccer) being number one. The most famous club in the city, and in Sweden, is IFK Gothenburg. They have won the swedish league 17 times, although the latest title came back in 1996, and the Uefa cup twice. They have also played in the Champions League group stage four times, and even won their group once before clubs like Barcelona, Manchester United and Galatasaray.

Until last year they played at Gamla Ullevi (Old Ullevi) and shared that stadium with Gais and Örgryte. Now that stadium has been destroyed though, to give space for a newly built stadium which will be ready in the autumn 2008. Until then both IFK and Gais plays at Ullevi, the huge stadium next door.

If you chose just one team, I would go for one with IFK Gothenburg, for sure.

The swedish season goes from april to the beginning of november, although there are also the Nordic league (the four best teams from Sweden, Norway and Denmark) played in november-december and february-may. Best time to catch a game should be in the summer when the fields are in their best conditions. Nothing special. If you want to fit in with the supporters you can grab a scarf or a shirt, but make sure it's in the right colours... :)

IFK Gothenburg is blue and white.
Orgryte is red and blue.
Gais is green and black.
Hacken is yellow and black.
Qviding is violett.
Frolunda is green and white.

tipical escandinavian landscape and houses

by Shibiru

From the main station, take the tram 11 and go until Saltholmen...the last station.
U can see the changing of architecture from the city center to the suburbs and than the small villages after Goeteborg.
Get out of the tram and walk direction the way we met a guy selling some fine swedish cinammon pastrys...were perfect...'cause it was kind of cold and we had to wait for a while for the next boat to come.
The arquipelago has many islands and we asked a lokal one which was the best to visit...he said, the southest: Vrango. It was soooo amazing...we didn't meet anyone there...'cause most tourist drop off before, at the biggest island and biggest village: Styrso.
After walking and enjoying the sunny day there we didn't want to go see this big just got back...and than the tram back to the city.


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