Gothenburg : Visitors Guide to Second-Largest City in Sweden (2021)
Gothenburg is the second-largest city in Sweden. The population of Gothenburg is approximately 570,000. The Gothenburg town is on the east coast of Sweden, and the distance between Gothenburg and Stockholm is 580 km (360 miles). The tourist can take a train or drive from Gothenburg to Stockholm. The traveling time is about 6 hours. The international students come to Gothenburg for studies at Gothenburg University. Gothenburg is the headquarter for Volvo automobiles.
Few Tourists visiting Sweden prefer to take a flight from Stockholm to Gothenburg to save traveling time. The Gothenburg city is known for its authentic cooking of seafood and lamb. The city is safe and has low crime. Tourists like to visit the Gothenburg Museum of Art that has collections of Nordic artworks, objects, and paintings from the 15th century.
Visitors can drive, take a bus or ferry to a fishing village known as Gothenburg archipelago for ½ day tour. Remaining half-day tourists can spend exploring the coastal area of Gothenburg by tour boat.
There are several shopping places and coffee shops where tourists can relax and enjoy the surrounding. Most tourist like to travel by tram within the city that cost between $ 3 and $ 7. The boat ride within the city cost between $ 10 and 15. The return flight cost is about $ 50 from Stockholm, and the train fare is about $ 20 to $ 30, and it takes 3 to 4 hours to cover the distance. There are frequent buses that travel between two cities and bus fare is about $ 35. The train, bus, or car travel time is longer than 6 hours. Gothenburg is surely one of the places to visit when in Sweden.