At Stadsmuseum, admire the remains of the Äskekärrkeppet , Sweden’s only original Viking vessel, alongside silver treasure hoards, ...
Near the opera house, the world’s largest floating ship museum is made up of 20 historical crafts, including fishing boats, a light...
The elegant Domkyrkan was consecrated in 1815, the two previous cathedrals on this site having both been destroyed by town fires....
Decked out with Greta Garbo memorabilia, Greta's is Göteborg's only gay club, featuring flamboyant Tiki parties, DJs and other...
Tuck into the likes of domoda (tender lamb with peanut butter) or springbok steak, or mop up wat (stew) with injera (spongy Ethiopian...
Postgatan 6-8 · interesting places nearby
The city’s oldest secular building, Kronhuset is a former arsenal built in Dutch style between 1642 and 1654. It was here that Karl X held the disastrous riksdag (parliament) in 1660 – he died while it was in session. Kronhusbodarna, across the courtyard from Kronhuset, houses workshops making and selling pottery, silverware, glass and textiles, as well as Göteborgs Choklad & Karamellfabrik (open 11am to 5pm): its chocolate balls are enough to lead the purest of angels into sugar-filled temptation.