- do a boat trip ex Gothenborg harbour and explore the Archipelago! The Bohuslän coast and islands stretches from just outside Gothenburg on Sweden's west coast, all the way up to the Norwegian border
- go to Gothenburg’s Fish Church, or Feskekörka food market and restaurants
- stroll through the fantastic cafés, or the Swedish design and fashion boutiques of the cobblestoned Haga quarter
- rent a bike, it's easy to get around
- grab some real and fresh Swedish shrimps in Smögen!
Restaurant Sjömagasinet Gothenburg
Combining food with wines is one of my greatest passions and after many years spent working with creative cooking the "complete dining experience" my religion. With this in mind Sjömagasinet will be preparing well thought out dishes paired with exciting beverages, maximizing and allowing for the perfect taste experience.
Together with Gustav Trägårdh, Sweden's Chef of the year 2010 we will present both classic and innovative cooking based on fish and shellfish in a unique and inspired setting. Even though changes have occurred I believe you will feel at home again here and you are welcome.
River Restaurant - Gothenburg
You are literally dining in the middle of Gothenburg's harbour.
River Restaurant On The Pier is a singularly remarkable attraction in the Gothenburg restaurant world. We invite you to dine in the midst of ships coming into port, framed by views of gorgeous central Gothenburg. A feast for all the senses!
We hope this strikingly lovely atmosphere will make your dining experience that much more memorable.
Radisson Blu - Gothenburg
The Radisson Blu Riverside Hotel, Gothenburg hugs the harbor of the Göta River, next door to the international Lindholmen Science Park and a 10-minute water ferry ride to the city center. With proximity to public transport that includes the Lindholmspiren ferry, train and bus station, and the airport, the hotel makes it easy for guests to travel around Gothenburg and beyond.
Hotel Smögens Hafvsbad and Archipelago
Smögens Hafvsbad Hotel, spa and venue opened its doors at the beginning of the last century. This new watering hole in Bohuslän quickly became a must-visit destinations for city-dwellers who came to ”recoup their energy after the intellectual strains of the winter”.
In those days, the hotel had a dining room and eight rooms. Smögens Hafvsbad has since expanded into a modern complex with 76 guest rooms with restaurant, spa and conference facilities.
No visit to Smögen is complete without sampling the shellfish!