Gothenburg is the second-largest city in Sweden, fifth-largest in the Nordic countries, and capital of the Västra Götaland County. It is situated by Kattegat, on the west coast of Sweden. Gothenburg is home to many students, as the city includes the University of Gothenburg and Chalmers University of Technology. In Gothenburg, trams, buses and boats are always included in your public transport ticket/card. All tickets and travelling cards can be purchased at any of the public transport operator Västtrafik's sales outlets, or in the app To Go. The outlets are recognised by their blue flags and façade décor. Most of them are kiosks like Pressbyrån and 7-Eleven, or grocery stores. The Tourist Centre at Kungsportsplatsen sells 1-day and 3-day tickets.
Göteborg Landvetter Airport (IATA: GOT, ICAO: ESGG) is an international airport serving the Gothenburg in Sweden. With just over 6.8 million passengers in 2018, it is Sweden's second-largest airport after Stockholm–Arlanda. Landvetter is also a critical freight airport. The airport is named after Landvetter locality, which is in Härryda municipality. It is 20 km east-southeast of Gothenburg and 40 km west of Borås. It is operated by Swedavia, the national airport company. Since the closure of Göteborg City Airport for commercial operations, it's the city's only commercial passenger airport.
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Crisp autumn and winter days are perfect for enjoying a relaxed atmosphere, while the summer season is busier with more visitors. However, late spring and summer are particularly easy to love. Temperatures can rise to 30 degrees Celsius on a sunny day, and the sea reaches swim-friendly degrees especially in July and August. The best time to visit Gothenburg will be during spring and autumn, a great time to explore its natural beauty!
1. Maritiman - Take the chance to go beneath the surface and discover the submarine HMS Nordkaparen and the permanent exhibition which tells stories on how life was on board the submarine. Furthermore, you should get on board the destroyer Jagaren Småland, the largest warship in Scandinavia. For the children, there;'s the Virvelina mascot, who stands ready with treasure hunts and other adventures, and the Tim mascot with an ocean lab and experiment shows. Also, feel free to download the Maritime audio guide - it's free and available in Swedish, English and German. Café Matrosen serves traditional Swedish style waffles with whipped cream and jam as well as larger waffles with shellfish fillings and easy lunch dishes.
2. Gothenburg Museum of Art - Among the collections you'll find masterpieces by Albert Edelfelt, Ernst Josephson, P.S. Krøyer, Carl Larsson, Bruno Liljefors, Edvard Munch, Anders Zorn, Rembrandt, Rubens, Monet, Picasso Chagall and others. The museum also offers temporary exhibitions, family activities, lectures, workshops, guided tours, a shop and a café. Gothenburg Museum of Art has three stars in the Michelin Green Guide. In 2018 the museum received the award "Museum of the Year" from Swedish Museums Association and Swedish ICOM (International Council of Museums). The jury emphasised, for example, the extensive and varied art collection, the creative work process and the scientific research integrated into the operation.
3. Gothenburg Botanical Garden - The Botanical Garden offers a vast and impressive collection of plants and flowers and is a great place to visit all year round. With over half a million visitors a year it's one of the most popular attractions in the region. The admission to the Botanical Gardens is free; the admission to the greenhouses is 20 SEK (Free for under-18s). The greenhouses have the largest collection of tropical orchids in Sweden, carnivorous plants and the rare Easter Island tree, which is extinct in its natural environment. A series of exhibitions are held in the greenhouses every year, and the garden has a comprehensive schedule of activities all year round.