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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.
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.
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.
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
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!