Haga is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Gothenburg. The pedestrian street Haga Nygata is lined with well-preserved wooden houses. For me this is one of the best areas to visit in Gothenburg if you search for nice authentic streets and plenty of small independent shops and cafes. It is a great stop towards your way to Skansen Kronan fortress.
Nice feel, easy walk from city accommodation, plenty of cafe choices, interesting shopping for "those that shop", good historic markers on many buildings. Worth the shoe leather. Make the effort to walk up to nearby bastion while there, great views.
It's a little off the track but it offers a different range of shops and cafes. It won't take you long to walk through the shops but if you like a bit of chilled people watching then Haga is your place...and you can't miss the giant cinnamon buns!
Fika is a Swedish thing where you drink coffee and hang with friends and loved ones or even strangers! So Haga has many cute coffee shops, and boutiques and it's lovely, quiet and relaxing for a lazy Sunday. here's a little bit of it in my vlog =) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N69LMC1D7GY
Everyone says that this place is something special. It's not really. Just a pretty ordinary street with nice buildings and a few cafes and small shops. Everything is quite expensive, and there are no bars.
This is a very quaint part of the city, old buildings and streets, nice shops. Make sure you pick up some of the signature pastries "kanelbulle" very large cinammon buns.
I think I would have liked this better if my feet weren't already tired from lots of walking. It's shops and restaurants, but I wasn't as wowed by the charms as I should have been. I did find a nice restaurant, where I spent $20 for two pieces of scallop, which was nice. Kind of. But in all, this wasn't... 更多
We wondered around the old area so Haga. The stops were varied and quaint. We stopped for coffee at two different bakery's. It was a pleasant morning.
This part of the city was rescued from being destroyed when new apartements were to be built in the 1960-80:s. It consists of houses with one flat in stonematerial and over that two flats made of wood. It is painted in different colours and there are lot´s of small and cosy boutiques and special shops. It is not far from... 更多
I liked the buildings and the colors of the district. Many tourists visit the area. Use plain shoes since it is paved and sometimes is difficult to walk.
Cozy, small streets with cute buildings, nice cafes and good shops. Close to the centrum. Fun during every season, during winters Christmas market.
Haga district is within walking distance from the new city center. This is the old part of Gothenburg with its wooden houses, some dated back to late 19th century, cobblestones streets, sunchairs along the canal. The main street, Haga Nygata, is pedestrian. You can stroll down the street and stop for lunch or a cup of coffee in one of... 更多