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Haga Nygata, Gothenburg 31135 Sweden
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Gothenburg Central Station22 min
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7-Day Scenic Scandinavian Tour from Oslo exploring Denmark, Sweden and fjords in Norway
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7-Day Scenic Scandinavian Tour from Oslo exploring Denmark, Sweden and fjords in Norway

Scandinavia is home to some of Europe’s most charming cities and dazzling scenery, but the logistics of getting around can be tricky. With this tour, skip the hassle of travel planning and visit the highlights of Denmark, Sweden, and Norway in seven days. Set off from Oslo to take in Gothenburg, Copenhagen, Stockholm, and Lillehammer and admire scenic landscapes in Norway including Lake Mjøsa, the Briksdal glacier, and Sognefjord.
$784.91 per adult
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isletripper wrote a review Sep 9
New York City, New York310 contributions84 helpful votes
Walked the main strip and there were shops and restaurants. The city overall is pretty, but I didn’t find anything remarkable or unusual here
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Audrey2013_13 wrote a review Aug 2020
Basel, Switzerland1,545 contributions187 helpful votes
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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...
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Date of experience: August 2020
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AmarillaArvika wrote a review Aug 2020
Arvika, Sweden422 contributions104 helpful votes
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!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Tvlwkdz wrote a review Aug 2020
Wiesbaden, Germany85 contributions15 helpful votes
We were a bit disappointed that this street was the famous old district but still was relaxing strolling down the road. Some nice shops and cafes but nothing really special.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Marie D wrote a review Jul 2020
Tenerife, Spain76 contributions15 helpful votes
Cousy coffee shops and antique shops. To bad that some of the places didn’t open until 11 or 12, a bit late.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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