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Scandinavia's busiest port
It may be a busy port, but Gothenburg has much more to offer than traditional water-related attractions. It’s inexpensive, compared to other destinations in Sweden, and more fun than you’d expect: there are over 60,000 students at the Gothenburg University, so you can expect a young atmosphere everywhere you go. Add to your Gothenburg travel guide Liseberg, Scandinavia’s largest amusement park, or, if you’d like to experience the city’s heritage first hand, don’t miss Skansen Kronan and Haga, with its picturesque wooden houses from the 19th century.
A relaxing park within the city
Kielers Park is situated in Ramberget, Hisingen. The park was donated to the city of Gothenburg in 1906 by James Kieler, who was then the Director of Götaverken.
Kielers Park is not as elaborate or grand as Slottskogen. However, if you’re ever by Ramberget, it is a place worth visiting. There are no cafes or restaurants within the immediate vicinity of the park, but there is a huge grocery store located at Wielsegrensplatsen should you feel like grabbing a snack or having a picnic in the park.
You can also find a number of hotels such as Scandic Europa and Quality Hotel 11 near the park. To get to the Kielers Park, take trams 2 or 5 going to Wielsegrensplatsen.
Rambergsvägen Gothenburg, Gothenburg
- 7am to 9pm