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Fish church, Goteborg
Photo credits: Kjell Holmer, Media bank, and Göteborg & co.
The Fish Church

Gothenburg’s indoor fish market and temple to seafood opened in 1874. We call it the Feskekôrka” or “Fish Church” because of the building’s resemblance to a Neo-Gothic church. The Fish Church 

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Tram running in Göteborg Photo credits: Kjell Holmer, Media bank, and Göteborg & co.
Blue and white trams

Gothenburg’s signature trams are no tourist attraction, but in daily use by Gothenburg’s residents – and Mölnlycke staff. You can buy a one- or three-day pass that covers the whole network. 

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Gothenburg art museum
Photo credits: Mika Aberra, Media bank, and Göteborg & co.
Gothenburg Museum of Art

If you’re interested in Nordic Art, the Konstmuseum is a short walk from EWMA’s conference centre. As well as masterpieces by Munch, Edlefelt and Larsson, you’ll find works by Picasso and Chagall. 

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Gothenburg paddan tour Photo credits: Beatrice Tornros, Media bank, Göteborg & co.
Gothenburg canal trip

Take advantage of our long Northern summer evenings with a sightseeing tour around Gothenburg’s canals. The well-known Paddan tour takes you under 20 of the city’s bridges and out to the harbour. 

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Liseberg theme park entrance
Photo credits: Peter Kvarnstrom, Media bank, and Göteborg & co.
Liseberg theme park

The largest theme park in the Nordics is not just for children. Located directly opposite the EWMA conference centreLiseberg offers both live events and rides on a wealth of attractions.  

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Haga Street in Gothenburg Photo credits: Peter Kvarnstrom, Media bank, and Göteborg & co.
Haga district

The charming neighbourhood of Haga is where you’ll find some of the best coffee and pastries in Sweden for your swedish 'fika'. Look out for cinnamon buns the size of dinner plates make sure to share with your colleagues! 

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Photo credits: Peter Kvarnstrom, Media bank, and Göteborg & co.
Gothenburg archipelago

A guided boat tour around Gothenburg’s archipelago will transport you away from the hustle and bustle of the city to the rural villages on our islands. 

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Universeum in Göteborg Photo credits: Beatrice Tornros, Media bank, Göteborg & co.
Universeum

The public science centre and natural history museum is a hop, skip and a jump from the EWMA conference centre. Who would have thought you’d find a rainforest in Gothenburg?! 

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Seafood in FiskeKyrka Göteborg
Photo credits: Tina Stafren, Media bank, Göteborg & co.
Sumptuous seafood

Scandinavian cuisine is undergoing a resurgence and the west coast of Sweden is no exception. Gothenburg’s coastal location makes it a paradise for fish and seafood lovers.  Sumptuous seafood 

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Volvo Museum aerial shot
Volvo Museum

Hisingen is Sweden’s fifth largest island and it’s home to Volvo cars. If you’ve a free day, enjoy the island’s secret swimming spots, cool cafés as well as the motoring museum.

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