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The Best of Southern Sweden: the Sights, Cities and Activities

2015-04-17

Sweden is such a large country that its southern part is totally different from Lapland in far north. Southern and South-Western regions don’t have harsh winters and summers are moderate. Southern Sweden has a rich history and cultural heritage from Vikings and beyond. Above all, it is an exciting holiday destination. We have collected a list of the best places to see and things to do in South Sweden.
South Sweden, Gothenburg, West Coast, Ystad, archipelago
The information has been extracted from the travel guide book Gothenburg and Sweden’s West Coast.

City: Gothenburg
Town: Ystad
Village: Skärhamn
Sight: Marstrand
Shopping: Inom Vallgraven in Gothenburg
Food: Gothenburg has the variety of Scandinavian and ethnic kitchens
Park: Slottsskogen
Drive: from Stenungsund to Tjörn over the bridges
Cycling: roads across the West Coast archipelago and cycling lanes in the city of Gothenburg
Fishing: Stenungsund, Orust or Tjörn is a good place to start
Sailing, kayaking: the whole West Coast
Hike: marked trails in the archipelago
For children: Liseberg amusement park and Slottsskogen park

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New Klaava Travel Guide Published: Gothenburg and Sweden’s West Coast

2015-03-08

When most people think about Scandinavia, they probably think about Stockholm, fjälls, fjords in Norway, large wilderness areas of Lapland, and the Northern lights, but how many travelers have seen the unique archipelago in the South-West corner of Sweden? That’s where the city of Gothenburg is located as well, but on the mainland. Now, you can read all about it from our new travel guide.

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Gothenburg and Sweden’s West Coast is not an ordinary travel guide. Although it includes all the necessary sections that you would expect from a guidebook, the ebook comes with some extra features: photo galleries and resizable maps have been complemented with video segments.


Find out more about the book here.

Book trailer video: