The Linné district holds fast to its grungy roots, especially along the Långgatan streets. Here, hip cafes, junk shops and street-smart...
The Haga district is Göteborg’s oldest suburb, dating back to 1648. A hardcore hippie hang-out in the 1960s and ‘70s, its cobbled...
This peculiar fish market is shaped like a church. You may see the odd bride and groom posing with the shellfish; they're not lost –...
Cafe Santo Domingo
Cafe–record shop serving mean espressos by day turns into a bar with a great array of beers and rowdy live-music sets by night.
This covered market will have you drooling over its bounty of fresh bread, cheeses, quiches, seafood and ethnic treats. It’s...
Nordhemsgatan 19A · interesting places nearby
Notting Hill information
Friendly local between the Haga and Linné districts, with a respectable selection of tipples, British and Swedish pub fare (meatballs, fish and chips) and football on the big screen.