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Gothenburg

Travel to Gothenburg by bus

Nettbuss Bus4You operates daily between Oslo and Gothenburg, Malmö and Gothenburg and Stockholm and Gothenburg. Some of the departures are direct connections from Oslo, meaning that the time spent traveling is shorter compared to the train! On the way down south to Malmö, the bus stops in Helsingborg and Lund. For departing towards Stockholm the stops along the way are in Borås, Jönköping, Linköping and Norrköping.

Nettbuss Bus4You is offering:
- large comfortable seats
- spacious seats for stretching your legs
- free wifi
- power sockets
- opportunity of sitting alone or together with your favorite company
- 98% punctuality

Nettbuss Bus4You has the highest customer satisfaction ratings in Sweden, according to surveys made by Svenskt Kvalitetsindex, SKI. Eight years in a row Nettbuss Bus4You has received the highest score within the private transport business which includes train companies, flight companies and bus companies. All travels which are operated by Nettbuss Bus4You are approved as environmentally friendly, which is shown by the symbol Bra Miljöval of Naturskyddsföreningen. Nettbuss as a company is certified within the transport business align with ISO 39001:2012. Tickets with the lowest prices are always to be found online through nettbuss.se but you are also welcome to buy your ticket through any of our resellers or through calling us at +46771-151515.

 

GOTHENBURG

According to us Gothenburg is the perfect size of a city, with room for something for everyone. You are able to find something matching your interest or age among a variety of activities around the town’s quarters. The shopping streets are many, through small and cosy quarters in some parts of the city centre and in the large shopping malls Nordstan, Allum or Frölunda Torg. There is a great amount of cafés for anyone who is up for a shopping pause and for those who are hungry there are just as many restaurants. For those looking for something to drink or somewhere to dance there are a lot of pubs, bars and nightclubs at walking distance. For the one interested in the culture of Gothenburg and Sweden there are plenty of museums such as Världskulturmuseet, Konstmuseet, Röhsska museet, Naturhistoriska museet and Röda Sten, to mention a few.

Both well known and up coming artists are visiting Gothenburg for performance, either at the grand arenas Ullevi or Scandinavium or at some smaller stages such as Nefertiti, Pustervik, Konserthuset and Lorensbergsteatern. Göteborgs Operan is a lovely place for the one looking for a great show, located in the harbor of Gothenburg. If wishing to seeing a movie you should go to the cinema, depending on your interests SF Bergakungen and SF Biopalatset is the spot if you wish to see one of the latest and most popular movies. If you are more into a movie from a smaller production Hagabion and Roy are the places to be. At Hagabion you can enjoy a glass of something to drink prior to the film or having a snack to get in the right mood.

When visiting Gothenburg you should definitely take some time to go by boat to some, or many, of the small islands in the archipelago. If traveling out west you will reach Vinga eventually which is a great experience, or you are also able to go north or south to experience the quaint small communities among islets and rocks. For the youngest ones there are amusement parks such as Liseberg and Universeum, which both are experiences out of the ordinary. If a more calm activity is more tempting, where there's not as much money to be spent, a nice visit in the garden Trädgårdsföreningen, Botaniska trädgården (Botanic garden) or Slottskogen are worth spending some time. In Slottskogen there are lots of animals and a large play ground called Plikta. Visiting the museums Naturhistoriska museet and Sjöfartsmuseet are free of charge or at least very cost efficient for the whole family.

Gothenburg is the second largest city in Sweden with approximately 550 000 inhabitants in the city centre and 990 000 inhabitants (2016) in Storgöteborg. The city was founded at the initiativeof King Gustav II Adolf. Since the city planning looked a lot like Amsterdam the holland people called in the New Amsterdam during many years. During the 19th century the industrialization reached Gothenburg by British people who had been immigrating to the city and during this time Gothenburg got is nick name ”Lilla London” (little London), which is a name that the city goes by even today.

If you are interested in finding out more about happenings in the city please click here to go to the official home page of Gothenburg.

Source reference: goteborg.com