Hotel Vasa

Viktoriagatan 6, Gothenburg, Västergotland, Swedish Lakeland, 411 25, Sweden | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gothenburg

Meatballs & Pastries Galore

A travel blog entry by caroline.burke3


... but we got to enjoy viewing five others from the ferry. Since the islands are too small for cars, I thought it was funny that the locals drive motorbikes with seats similar to what you see in a stroller and some had crate-like open trunks (pictures attached). I can only imagine how beautiful the islands must be in the summer when the locals are out and everything is open for tourists to enjoy! As most of you know, I LOVE food so I am happy to report ...

My Christmas Trip Around Europe

A travel blog entry by morgan749

Day 3: Today we continued on our travels and we crossed the border into Sweden and we are going to Gothenburg. When we arrived there we went to the Volvo Museum. The museum was about the car company Volvo and it's history. We saw some of the Volvo cars. We really enjoyed ourselves ...

Exciting stuff!

A travel blog entry by emiltyden

One week left, 7 days, 168 hours, 10080 minutes, Yeah I can keep going, but the thing is:

So excited to start this journey, hoping for lots of good memories and new friends along the way!

I should probably recap the last week(s) as well, since I've done some stuff without bringing it up here in the blog. I've bought a backpack which I'll be using on the mountain, Ortovox Free ride 18L. Kind of a small bag, but I don't expect any longer ...

Afloat Again

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10


... any boat, including a cruise liner – they would have charged a premium apparently. Whether this was as the result of the Costa Concordia accident I’m not sure but it was galling. Presumably the same will apply to us but I’ve yet to check.

Having settled in, we did a little exploring and spent time in the tourist bureau, planning the time we had left. Gothenburg seems like a nice, spacious city, one that it would be a pleasure to live in, especially ...

Cobbled streets

A travel blog entry by tiggerbird


... fish market.
- Hagakyrkan; 49m high tower and windows cut from sandstone imported from Edinburgh, Scotland (apparently?).
- Nordstan - shopping centre, didn't stick around though as was just passing through.

I think tomorrow will be a different experience as it's the rainbow parade... I didn't plan that - honest! So I think we are off to the Archipelago to check out the islands, so fingers crossed the weather stays ...

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Vasa Gothenburg

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good