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Haga Nygata, Gothenburg 31135, Sweden
+46 70 019 52 16
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“small shops” (41 reviews)
“coffee shops” (37 reviews)
Haga Nygata, Gothenburg 31135, Sweden
+46 70 019 52 16
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Haga is an old part of Gothenburg where a lot of the old biildings have been renovated. The New buildings are made in old stulen. Really nice. A lot of shopping and restaurants.

Thank pethem
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Very nice area of Göteborg. Small shop and cafe 's in a friendly atmosfhere. Mix of locals and turist. Rented a bike.

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Reviewed 5 days ago

Many little shops and restaurants with lots to see. Definitely worth a visit, but skip the enormous kanelbulla (it will disappoint).

Thank carlininwindsor
Reviewed 1 week ago

nice place to wander on a sunny day, taking in the buildings and the cute little shops. Nice cafes to shop and have some lunch and taste local delights

1  Thank bunny91chris
Reviewed 1 week ago

A variety of nice little shops with clothes, interior decoration stuff, antiques and this & that. Quite many nice cafés filled with freshly baked buns, cookies and cakes. Everything concentrated on one street. Beautiful wooden houses in nice colors. No cars...

1  Thank ulrika p
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

So this street has a very unique vibe to it. First of all it has cobbled stones. The buildings are colorful, historic and well maintained. The street has privately owned shops for clothes, jackets, cafes with cute sitting arrangements. There is a small detour towards...More

1  Thank PrajaktaJS
Reviewed 1 week ago

Even on a damp morning thus was a real pleasure strolling along the narrow streets amongst interesting shops, cafes and historic buildings

1  Thank Helen W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Enjoyed walking the street and finding unique items in the great shops. Bonus was the difficult decision of what chocolate and what ice creams to eat!

1  Thank dadddeo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This street is a mix of shops, restaurants and cafes. It is closed to traffic and people enjoy strolling and shopping. Great way to spend a few hours in Gothenburg.

1  Thank redhed13
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The heart of Gothenburg old city, full of cafes and stores. Many antique stores. Was lucky to go when in full sunshine and was treated to some local musicians. Cobble streets and classic buildings.

1  Thank trishsoto
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What time do the shops and cafes open on a Friday morning?
3 March 2017|
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Response from Mme_X | Reviewed this property |
The shops open about 10. I don't know exactly about the cafes, but I'm sure at least a few open earlier.
Are the shops in Haga open on a Sunday afternoon evening? Any other attraction worth doing on a Sunday afternoon/evening in August please?
19 August 2015|
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Response from Bledsoe2Bledsoe2 | Reviewed this property |
Hello, There are no shops open on Sunday. Sunday is usually closed for enjoying the day. Walking up to the top of the hill in Haga is nice.