Enjoy a holiday by car to Haga, one of the oldest areas in Gothenburg with well-preserved cosy wooden houses, so-called "Landshøvdingehuse". Today Haga is in the centre of Gothenburg, but it all started when the Swedish Queen Kristina ordered the masses to be moved, and so Haga became a fact.

If you just want to walk around the city and sniff the atmosphere, then a visit to Haga is highly recommended. Here you'll find a milliner, the independent toy shop and plenty of antique shops. Buy some homemade marzipan, soap from the archipelago or go on a treasure hunt in the fashion shops that are not to be found in the shopping centres.

The charming neighbourhood is filled with eateries and interesting little shops. The area lies between Vasa and Linné, which meet the main street Haga Nygata at both ends.

Don't forget to take a break, there are plenty of places to eat for lunch or just a coffee.

In December there is also a Christmas market, and in spring and autumn the farm market may be open.

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