There is something about greenhouses that makes me feel at ease. For that reason, botanical gardens and green houses are probably the first things I look for every time I visit a new city. The main botanical garden of Gothenburg is a bit far off the city centre, but this beautiful greenhouse is right by Centralstationen, so I try to never miss it whenever I go back to this charming city. Last time we visited Palmhuset was during my birthday a few years ago. It was a very cold February, and this place was the perfect shelter for the rainy weather, which seems to be a constant in Gothenburg.
Slussgatan 1, Gothenburg, Sweden


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Haga is a charming area of traditional wood buildings and cobbled streets, home to 17th-century fortress Skansen Kronan.

Skansen Kronan

In a hill by the streets of Haga, there is Skansen Kronan, an old fortress with a stunning view over the city.

Floramor & Krukatös

This is my dream plant shop. Slightly off the beaten path, when you find this inner yard is practically impossible to ignore it and continue walking without peeking in.

Da Matteo

There is a certain relaxed atmosphere at Da Matteo. This time, the terrace was full of people wearing sunglasses and having iced lattes.