Spar Hotel Garda
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSpar Hotel Garda Gothenburg
Ignore the immediate location. We liked this hotel. The staff was friendly, rooms nice and breakfast fantastic, lasting to 12 noon. There is a bar and food at the reception desk. If you walk down the side street, you find a canal and a mixed commercial residential neighborhood. It is a easy walk to downtown.
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Unfortunately, it was a rainy day in Gothenburg, but I got to explore a good chunk of the city nonetheless.
I started by making my way to the boardwalk and continued down until I crossed a couple canals and entered Haga, a part of the city with lots of old buildings and pedestrian streets. I also visited Skansen Kronan nearby, an old …
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I took in some of the scenery along Sweden's west coast before arriving in Gothenburg.
After arriving, I took a quick walk around before calling it a day.
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