This little area is located just off one of the main streets in Gothenburg. It's quite pretty and has some interesting buildings from the outside. Ultimately, though, it feels like this area is wasting its potential. It was completely dead and is just a tourist trap. I didn't get anything to eat or drink based on the bad reviews here,... 更多
This is one of Gothenburg's hidden spots, close to Gustav Adolfs torg (Gustav Adolfs Square). Don't go out of your way to find Kronhusbodarna as it consists only of a small open place with a silversmith, chocolate shop and coffee shop. Nothing to write home about.
I was at Gustaf Adolfs Torg and asked a couple of tourist info folks for directions to the Emigrant Museum. As I was about a block from the street before the Emigrant museum, I spied the old City Hall, which at first I mistook for an old church. It is an interesting building hidden behind higher buildings on every side.... 更多
Because we were there on a Sunday, none of the shops were open except the chocolate shop. We ended up picking up perfect souvenirs to take home, pretty little bags of different licorice flavoured candies. There’s lots of free samples to try out (the fudge was amazing), and the proprietor was engaging and helpful. A unique and lovely shop worth... 更多
This is a pleasant little cobbled area which includes Gothenburg's oldest building but I was expecting a little more than was actually there. The chocolate shop is worth popping into as it has free samples but is a little expensive.
Going back in time to see glass blowers, leather manufakturer, tradional candy store, pottery and a ver nice caffé with an open fireplace.
I was really looking forwards to visiting here as from the guide book description in sounded like a hive of culture and art. I admit I was a little disappointed...although out of season it was extremely quiet with the cafe empty and nobody browsing the shops (neither of which seemed that interesting). The old building itself is impressive so I... 更多
The original city hall is surrounded by small boutiques, such as a silversmith, potter, and several clothing designers. Free to wander around the the wares are pricey. there is a nice little cafe where you can sit outside and enjoy a coffee and a small bite to eat.
You can feel the history here. Very beautiful buildings just a step out of the buzzling centre. On a summer Saturday most of the shops were closed, cafeteria was open. If you happen to be nearby, visit here.