sweden: Gothenburg

DMC in sweden - Gothenburg

Gothenburg is Sweden’s second largest city. A bit undervalued in the past, now is growing and has spent the couple of last decades reinvesting itself.

Best known for churning out heavy metal in the forms of ships. And even though the container ships still dock in into Gothenburg’s port (biggest in Scandinavia), now is also welcoming full packed tourist cruises.

Gothenburg’s airport hosts most of the international airlines (approx. 43 destinations now), making the destination easy to get to from London, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Berlin, Barcelona, and many more.

Gothenburg’s transformations are huge, and the city has changed in many aspects. Industrial buildings changed into galleries, and restaurant scene is also glowing as city has 6 Michelin starred restaurants.

However, Gothenburg also kept what’s best, jazz, street murals, distinctive architecture and world-class breweries, as well as cosy independent caffees along cobblestoned tiny streets, and blue&white trams which still rumble down the wide boulevards.

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Gothenburg is Sweden’s second largest city. A bit undervalued in the past, now is growing and has spent the couple of last decades reinvesting itself.Best known for churning out heavy metal in the forms of ships. And even though the cointainer ships still dock in into Gothenburg’s port (biggest in Scandinvia), now is also welcoming full packed tourist cruises.Gothenburg’s airport hosts most of the international airlines (approx. 43 desitnations now), making the destination esay to get to from London, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Berlin, Barcelona, and many more.<br />Gothenbourgh’s transformations are huge, and the city has changed in many aspects. Industrial buildings changed into galleries, and restaurant scene is also glowing as city has 6 Michelin starred restaurants.However, Gothenburg also kept what’s best, jazz, street murals, distinctive architecture and world-class breweries, as well as cosy independent caffees along cobbelstone tiny streets, and blue&white trams which still rumble down the wide boulevards.

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Gothenburg is Sweden’s second largest city. A bit undervalued in the past, now is growing and has spent the couple of last decades reinvesting itself.Best known for churning out heavy metal in the forms of ships. And even though the cointainer ships still dock in into Gothenburg’s port (biggest in Scandinvia), now is also welcoming full packed tourist cruises.Gothenburg’s airport hosts most of the international airlines (approx. 43 desitnations now), making the destination esay to get to from London, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Berlin, Barcelona, and many more.<br />Gothenbourgh’s transformations are huge, and the city has changed in many aspects. Industrial buildings changed into galleries, and restaurant scene is also glowing as city has 6 Michelin starred restaurants.However, Gothenburg also kept what’s best, jazz, street murals, distinctive architecture and world-class breweries, as well as cosy independent caffees along cobbelstone tiny streets, and blue&white trams which still rumble down the wide boulevards.

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