I am not sure how to describe this. On two separate occassions have I known two people whom money (cash) have been stolen from them while they are out in the city of Göteborg. I feel so sorry for them... more
Terror is a strong word, but it sounds cool combined with tram :-)
But there is a need to be careful if you are not used to trams. People are run over every year because they don't pay heed to them... more
There is no defence so it can't be done, so come mid February just let yourself give in to Team Semla and "try" to enjoy. Don't worry...the "pain" only lasts a couple of days.
Mmm...it hurts so... more
Even though every lovely Swedish house Fru owns a sturdy cornbristle broom, this doesn't mean they actually like to use it so unless you wish to suffer a glare so 'icey' it'll freeze the warm cockles... more
Although I would defend Gothenburg against all kinds of accusations I can't really deny that the weather during the autumn and winter is crap. It's raining, it's windy, it's cold and everything is... more
BRING YOUR OWN MEDICINE!!! I had a nasty cold and it's really hard to get over the counter medicine here... you have to see a doctor at the pharmacy. They sold me some weak crap that was only some... more
Göteborg is Sweden's second city and always painfully aware of it - some locals hate Stockholm citizens with that feeling that only a nation's second city can have. Despite this, a great mix of city...
After living in Kungsbacka for most of my life I decided it was time to move on. Since 2006 I'm now living in the beautiful city of Gothenburg.
It's the second biggest town in Sweden, and located on...
Over Easter 2006 I spent a long weekend in Goteborg. With a population of 490.000 it is the second largest city in Sweden and one of the most important port towns in Scandinavia. Goteborg offers many...