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Beautiful district in central Goteborg

We walked around the pedestrians streets full of cafés and terraces. Nice atmosphere in a vintage... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
luciomoreno
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munich,
via mobile
Lovely place

Lovely area gorgeous buildings and shops etc cobbled lane ways no cars .... but touristy ... but we... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
_jennys3489
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Melbourne, Australia
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This 19th-century worker's district is now lined with shops.
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Haga Nygata, Gothenburg 31135, Sweden
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+46 70 019 52 16
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We walked around the pedestrians streets full of cafés and terraces. Nice atmosphere in a vintage area.

Thank luciomoreno
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Lovely area gorgeous buildings and shops etc cobbled lane ways no cars .... but touristy ... but we all like the same things when visiting a city . Worth the visit

Thank _jennys3489
Reviewed 6 days ago

Of course you must see the old "Landshövdingehusen" - Land lord houses - with first floor of stone and the two-third floor of wood all due to the fires in the old days. Small pubs and cafés, antique shops - small and cosy.

Thank Elizabeth P
Reviewed 1 week ago

Different type of shops selling nice and interesting stuff.. Some nice cafe and restaurants are there too. Shops such as organic products, kids toys, antiques, kitchenware, shoes, clothes etc would be your favourite choices.

Thank Tomoko L
Reviewed 1 week ago

Older area, without car traffic and a lot of small shops and cafes. Deli shops, tea shops etc. and a lot of the cafes have outside seating during summer. So, when you are in Göteborg, visit the Haga district.

Thank Maximilian H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Haga is a gem in Gothenburg with a no car zone and lots of small shops, cafés, restaurants and bars. Would recommend it any time of the day for anybody.

Thank Hans O
Reviewed 1 week ago

This compares to Stockholm's Gamla Stan. There is history and old architecture throughout, but Haga just has great atmosphere, shops, dining, cafes. There isn't the crush of tourists here that you find near Kungsportsplatsen. Tram 11 gets you here easily if you don't feel like...More

Thank HowlnBubba
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Lots of cafes, boutiques and restaurants. Haga is definitely worth visiting and it also offers interesting architecture.

Thank HonestReviews1994
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

One of the oldest districts in Gothenburg! Very picturesque neighborhood full of shops and cafe bars! You can take a rest after walking in one of the famous pastry in town, Hagabullen, as we do! Prices are a bit high, but it was worth it!

Thank Panagiotis T
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Haga has lots of shops on main streets, but many closed by 6 p.m. We found a terrific restaurant (Boulebar), however. It can be a longish walk from hotel(s), however.

Thank LooseKnees
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filipina1986
2 March 2017|
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Response from Mme_X | Reviewed this property |
The shops open about 10. I don't know exactly about the cafes, but I'm sure at least a few open earlier.
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Lolita359
18 August 2015|
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Response from Bledsoe2Bledsoe2 | Reviewed this property |
Hello, There are no shops open on Sunday. Sunday is usually closed for enjoying the day. Walking up to the top of the hill in Haga is nice.
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