Haga

Haga, Gothenburg: Address, Phone Number, Haga Reviews: 4/5

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This 19th-century worker's district is now lined with shops.
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Audrey2013_13
Basel, Switzerland1,688 contributions
Family
Haga is a charming area of traditional wood buildings and cobbled streets, home to 17th-century fortress Skansen Kronan. Definitely worth a little stroll. It is full of cafes and bistrots to enjoy a snack and coffee. Make sure you stop for a cinnamon bun, the speciality around here. We had already had brunch but Café Husaren in the middle of Haga seems like the place to go to for sweets! See my pictures...
Written August 23, 2020
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Love2Globetrot
London, UK45 contributions
Really enjoyed our time visiting Haga...it’s such a quaint area of the city with cobbled streets and cute little shops, even if it did rain the whole time! Apparently not uncommon for Gothenburg! You can buy some really lovely traditional Scandinavian bits from here to take home with you. At Christmas time there are also market stalls selling gifts, as well as traditional Glögg (Swedish mulled wine!)
Written January 19, 2020
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irenekalli
60 contributions
Friends
Haga is a beautiful area for long walks among the beautiful surroundings. However, many of the shops were closed, either because it is wintertime or because we visited outside of a weekend. The souvenirs in the operating shops were clearly overpriced.
Written February 11, 2020
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Dan Carmody
Doncaster, UK580 contributions
Couples
Haga is essentially the old workers district. It’s lined with old buildings and cobbled streets. Now it’s a none specific name to an area that’s home to hundreds of shops, restaurants, cafes and bars. Many of which offer great people watching spots if that’s your thing.

Me and the wife loved this area, we would sit and have a few pints and watch the world go by. It perfectly shows the relaxed pace of life that made me fall in love with city.
Written March 3, 2020
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MrsSoilwork
Sandbach, UK42 contributions
Solo
I had a good walk around Haga today and enjoyed both Fika and lunch there. The shops are beautiful but most don't open until 11am so don't bother going early if that's what you're after.

Really lovely little spot to relax and watch the world go by.
Written October 20, 2020
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Aussie252
Perth, Australia305 contributions
Loved Haga Nygata - we walked the whole length. Love the cobbled stones and historic buildings. Stopped for Fira and enjoyed a huge cinnamon bun.
All the little interesting shops & cafes. Relaxed.
Great for gift shopping.
Written January 21, 2020
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Diario Latino
Italy147 contributions
Let's say it clearly: If you are visiting Goteborg you have to see Haga district. Starting from Haga Kyrka the main street Haga Nygata has lots of nice spots to see. also there are shops and café. The historical landmark Skansen Kronan is up there. Don't miss Haga!
Written April 15, 2020
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alpha08
Jaipur, India118 contributions
A perfect place for shopping and eating food. There are lots of restaurants , cafes and bars here along with multiple shops having for shopping. These shops are with big brands with quality things. Best place to visit
Written March 30, 2020
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AmarillaArvika
Arvika, Sweden493 contributions
Solo
It’s definitely worth the extra steps to visit this part of Gothenburg. Lovely old houses, quaint little shops, cafes and restaurants, and almost no sign of the big chains. Not too much traffic either, which makes it nice for a stroll. To be recommended!
Written August 17, 2020
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M&M
Doha, Qatar889 contributions
Haga is a traditional area with wood buildings and cobbled streets with loads of cafes and pubs with terrace courtyards creat a bohemian vibe. Bakeries are famous for their cinnamon buns and you have to have one. A no of bistros around.
Written September 23, 2019
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