Shore Excursion Gothenburg


Shore Excursion Gothenburg

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Situated on Sweden’s west coast, Gothenburg boasts splendid Neoclassical architecture, green spaces and picturesque waterfronts to enjoy during our shore excursion. The city was founded by King Gustav II Adolf in 1621, and is still an important seaport to this day.


Price: 47 € | Duration: 5 hours | Level Activity: Medium
Extra Fees: No extra fees in the Gothenburg shore excursion.
What’s eating: Swedish meatballs with cream, mashed potatoes, pickled gherkin and lingonberry jam. Sweden’s pastry tradition is another thing not to miss!
Souvenir: Swedish-designed clothes and interior decoration items like hand-made and hand-painted glassware
Dress Code: Please note the dress code recommended to enter any church. No shorts, bare shoulders or miniskirts. This applies to both men and women. Comfortable walking shoes and sunscreen are recommended.


Our Gothenburg shore excursion begins at the main street, Avenyn. Previously known by the longer, more tongue-twisting name of Kungsportsavenyn, this avenue stretches 1000 metres from a moat at the edge of the oldest part of Gothenburg, and ends at Götaplatsen square, where the Gothenburg Museum of Art is situated.

Also along this route are the City Theatre, the Concert Hall and Stora Teatern; a historic theatre inaugurated in 1859.

The next stop of the tour is the large park and horticultural garden of Trädgårdsföreningen. Amongst the grounds is the largest rose garden in Europe with over 1,900 different species of flower.

We’ll continue through the waterways of the city. First through Rosenlund, a vibrant spot full of bars, shops and restaurants, and then passing to the marina Lilla Bommen.

We’ll see Älvsborg Fortress, which protected medieval Sweden’s access to the North Sea and Atlantic Ocean. The castle we see today was built in the 17th century after the old fortress was dismantled and relocated.

With lots to see on this cruise tour, we’ll also stop at Gothenburg Cathedral and the public squares of Götaplatsen and King Gustav Adolf. We’ll then conclude the Gothenburg shore excursion and return to port for boarding.

*Shore excursions could be subject to variations due to external causes as Cruise Companies politics, weather conditions, duration of the stay of the ship in the port, legal demonstrations