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Day 1: Arrival
Upon arrival at Gothenburg Airport, our representative will be waiting for you outside the airport to assist you with your luggage. You will then be transferred by a private air-conditioned car to your hotel. Overnight in Gothenburg.
Day 2: Bike Tour in Gothenburg
After breakfast, our tour guide will pick you up from your hotel at 11:00 to start your day tour. You will drive to the city center to catch your bike and discover Gothenburg in a free and sportive way. First, you will see the Gothenburg Museum of Art from the outside, get a nice picture taken by our tour guide, and get full of information about the museum. Duration: 10 minutes.
Next, visit Gustav Adolfs square, where you will learn about King Gustav Adolfs and his statue, the city hall, and the stock exchange buildings dating back to the 16th century. Duration: 20 minutes.
Afterward, take a ride around the coast of the North Sea and enjoy feeling the wind on your face through uncrowded roads. End the tour by visiting Haga district, the old town of Gothenburg dating back to 1648, where you will see most of the houses constructed out of wood and enjoy the north European life by having fika in one of the Swedish coffee shops and revel in cozy shopping. Duration: 20 minutes.
Finally, visit Liseberg from the outside. It is an amusement park located in the center of Gothenburg that opened in 1923. It is the most visited amusement park in Scandinavia, attracting about three million visitors annually. Duration: 10 minutes.
At the end of the tour, we will drop you back at your hotel. Overnight in Gothenburg.
Day 3: Boat Tour in Gothenburg
After breakfast, our tour guide will pick you up at 13:30 to start your tour. We will drive you to the downtown center to catch your boat and discover Gothenburg in a free and sportive way. Lejontrappan is the starting point for the boat ride, and it's one of the most famous points in Gothenburg. Lejontrappan is a Swedish word that means "The Lion Stairs."
Enjoy a boat ride on the Goth River through Gustav Adolfs square, where you will see and learn about King Gustav Adolfs statue standing in the square since the late 17th century. Additionally, you will get to see and learn about the stock market building dating back to the 18th century and constructed with the shape of the new classical art.
After that, the boat will take you through the German Church, also called Christinae Church, located in the city center of Gothenburg, Sweden. Named after Queen Christina, it was inaugurated in 1748 and used by the German and Dutch congregation in Gothenburg.
Additionally, enjoy a boat ride in the open Baltic sea at Lilla Bommen, which is a part of Gothenburg harbor used for visiting boats and also the name given to the land surrounding the harbor. The eponymous building, along with The Göteborg Opera house and the barque Viking, are all located at Lilla Bommen. Water and snacks will be served during the boat tour.
End the tour by enjoying the view and the history of Feskekörka, a Swedish word that means "the fish church." It's an indoor fish market in Gothenburg
which got its name from the building's resemblance to a Neo-gothic church. It opened on 1 November 1874, and was drawn by the city architect Victor von Gegerfelt. At the end of the tour, we will drive you back to your hotel.
Overnight in Gothenburg.
Day 4: Day Tour Visit Slottsskogen Park & The Botanical Garden
Breakfast then at 10:00 AM - Start your day by pick you up to the Slottsskogen Park. The park is located in the Haga district of Gothenburg, whiche is 30 minutes to get there.
10:30 AM - Explore the Slottsskogen Park, which is one of the largest parks in Gothenburg. The park has many different areas to explore, including a zoo, a playground, and several walking paths.
11:30 AM - Make your way to the Gothenburg Botanical Garden, which is located just a short ride.
12:00 AM - Explore the Gothenburg Botanical Garden, which is one of the largest botanical gardens in Europe. The garden has over 16,000 different plant species, including rare and endangered species from around the world. Be sure to check out the arboretum, the rock garden, and the Japanese garden.
1:00 PM - Take a break for lunch at one of the many cafes or restaurants in the area. A great option is the Linnéterrassen Café, which is located within the Botanical Garden.
2:00 PM - Continue exploring the Botanical Garden, or head back to Slottsskogen Park to spend more time there.
3:00 PM - End your day by drive you back to your starting point.
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Day 5: Free Day.
Overnight in Gothenburg.
Day 6: Final departure
Breakfast then pick up as per your request time for the final departure.