The Haga district lies south of the canal and is Gothenburg’s very oldest area. Steeped in history, it is the perfect place for a leisurely walk along the cobbled street while soaking up the local atmosphere. Pop into unique shops and boutiques, admire the famous wooden houses and enjoy the café culture.
Guests looking for accommodation in Gothenburg near Haga should book a room at The Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, just a short walk or bike ride away from Haga and the city centre.
Gothenburg’s oldest city
The original houses in Haga were made of wood, and are a distinctive feature which adds to the charm of the area.
Haga is filled with electric shops selling everything from quirky vintage finds and local craftworks to designer clothes, specialist leather clogs and exquisite antiques.
Gothenburg’s residents have two favourite pastimes: lingering over a fika (a coffee break) at a café or stretching out on the grass at the Slottsskogen Park nearby.
After exploring Haga’s many delights, there are several restaurants serving cuisine from all over the world. Seafood lovers will love the fresh fish at Sjobaren, a local favourite. For a glimpse into how locals eat and cook, the farmers market in Haga is famed for offering the very best local produce and organic food in Gothenburg.
The Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Gothenburg
Returning to the comforts of The Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Gothenburg, guests can soothe their aches with a relaxing massage or have a soak in the swimming pool and Jacuzzi before popping in to the lively Atrium Bar & Restaurant for a well-earned meal or drink.