In such a city, a hotel located near the centre is the best choice to take advantage of all its potential. Among the hotels of Gothenburg we suggest:
- the Hotel Elite Park Avenue, in Kungsportavenyn, 36-38, a four-star accommodation near the Municipal Theatre and the Art Museum, offering rooms equipped with complete quality furnishings and 2 restaurants to meet the tastes of all its guests
- the Hotel Elite Plaza, located in Västra Hamngatan, 3, a 5-tar hotel which provides for the maximum comfort and many services, from sauna to an equipped gym, from its two pubs to its restaurant, all of this just 500 m from the Nordstan Shopping Mall.
There are several places to see and things to do in Gothenburg, both inside and outside the city, which is the second most important city of the country, a lively centre from a cultural and musical standpoint, with many classical and soft music events and its important museums.
Also, for theme park lovers, there is the Liseberg Amusement Park.
Its forests and groves act as refuge to many animal endemic species, like the wild deer and the tawny oak, but it also houses a zoo, where you can admire elks, horses and penguins, as well as the smaller yard animals.
The park can be explored through several paths crossing it, or you can collect wild berries, or engage in particular activities, such as mini-golf or Frisbee-golf, hosted over the warmest season.
Outside Gothenburg, in the South-East area of the city’s countryside, you’ll find another must-see location, the Delsjön Lake, made up by 2 connected water basins: the Great Lake, and the Small Lake. Here you can go hiking, take kayak excursions, trek among the forests or on the plane paths; in winter, it is a suggestive destination where you can engage in cross-country skiing. This is definitely one of the most interesting places in Gothenburg.
Koster South, with its flat morphology, is particularly inviting for bicycle rides, thanks to which you will be able to explore the wide beaches or the small urban centres of the hinterland; Koster North, which is less populated, more rocky, and full of hills, is perfect for challenging trekking trips, leading to breathtaking sceneries.