City Walks

There are as many walks in the city as there are guides. The flexibility is almost unlimited, below you will see some examples.



Haga was Gothenburg’s first suburb. Here we can see the oldest Governor’s House. The picturesque cobblestone street Haga Nygata offers charming shops and cafés.


Klippan´s Cultural Reserve

Gothenburg’s first real port where the East India Company had both its point of departure to China and its warehouses.



The architecture of the “Stone City”, which stretches from Heden to Haga, is dominated by well-preserved turn-of-the-century stone buildings built between 1866 – 1914.

Other examples of city walks:

  • Architecture – 1600s, the stone city or the new modern architecture
  • Cinemas, film and people in Gothenburg
  • City – a little more than just the Aveny
  • The Danish Street (historical way) – the history of the way in the past and present
  • Eriksberg, the first city of Gothenburg and the shipyard era
  • Gothenburg – anniversary 300 and 400 years respectively. Similarities and differences.
  • The Hising´s park and S.A. Hedlund’s guestbook
  • The mansion city of Lorensbergs during the shipowners’ era
  • Gatenhielmska Kulturreservatet
  • Botaniska Trädgården
  • Trädgårdsföreningen
Foto av Happy Visuals