Adorned with cobbled paths, you can find small to medium shops and eateries lined up on both sides. For some adventure, you can visit the Skansen Kronan fort at the top of Risaberget Hill and take in the panoramic beauty of the city. If you are looking for a day trip around Gothenburg, no other place will be as thrilling as the Bohuslän archipelago consisting of more than 8000 small islands. Gothenburg is known for “Fika," a unique custom of drinking coffee with companions along with enjoying Hagabullen- the city’s most famous pastry.
You can even spend the post afternoon time in the Slottsskogen Park filled with natural beauties. As Gothenburg is one of the main fishing harbors, you cannot leave the city without trying their seafood collections. Starting from the shellfish platters at Fiskekrogen to the la carte menu of Nature, this city is a hub for foodies. Coming to the weather, Gothenburg enjoys the four distinct seasons pretty well. Summers usually have warm and comforting weather with a temperature around 21°C. The warm air from the Gulf Stream and the sea prevents the winter temperature from dropping below -3°C.