Walk through the Old Town with Gothenburg's oldest profane building from the 17th century, visit the castle where Gothenburg was a breath from becoming the capital of Scandinavia, pop by the old neighborhoods like Haga and Vasa, and see the city market. These are just some of the interesting sites you will visit, learning about the history from the Bronze Age to self-driving vehicles. Understand how China has been an integral part of city development ever since the 17th century.
It also includes lunch by the sea (with a quaint view of the archipelago and typical Swedish coastal fishing huts), and a visit to the gardens of Gunnebo Castle, built by one of the richest families in Gothenburg (who lost it all). The guide prides themself in making sure you get the most of your time with us so please let them know what your interests are!