Gothenburg is a typical Scandinavian city with a familiar set of attractions. However, each of its buildings keeps some interesting history or stands out from the rest. For example, the fish market, although still operating in the usual mode, is an architectural monument. And the Haga district has turned from once poor and suburban into prosperous, economically and culturally important for Gothenburg.
The local Botanical Garden is one of the best in Europe. Some museum collections also have no equal. The Swedes do not forget about entertainment, for which the Liseberg Park was founded. Young tourists and their parents will also like the “Universe” — a scientific center where everything is explained clearly, allowing them to gain knowledge through experience.