Trip to Gothenburg

Enjoy a Lobster Safari in Gothenburg, Sweden

Are you ready for a different kind of water adventure? If you are, head to Gothenburg, Sweden and enjoy a Lobster Safari!

Located on the west coast of Sweden, Gothenburg is the second largest city in the country and is known for its world-class seafood. Forbes ranked the city as the 12th-most inventive city in the world. There are so many things to enjoy in the city which has two universities; where Volvo was founded in 1927; and plays hosts to the world's largest football tournament, Gothia Cup, which is participated by 72 nations and thousands of players. Göteborg Landvetter Airport is your gateway to Gotheburg. It is located 15 kilometers from the heart of the city and is served by more than 30 international carriers.

Gothenburg’s top attractions that are a must visit include Lisebergs Nojespark,  Universeum, Aeroseum, Anggardsbergens Naturreservat, The Natural History Museum, Alvsborgs Nya Fastning, Gunnebo Palace, Gotaplatsen, Delsjon, Horticultural Gardens, Volvo Museum, Lisebergs Nojespark, and the Statyn Poseidon. This is also where you can enjoy a number of activities including kayaking, canoeing, boating, cycling, fishing, swimming, and hiking. If you are looking for a unique adventure that will provide you bragging rights when you get home, join a Lobster Safari Tour which can be enjoyed only from September to April. The tour begins with a boat trip to the open sea where lobster pots have been placed the previous day. You are then given the opportunity to pull out the lobster pots from various points until you find what you are looking for, big lobsters. After the successful boat trip, you can enjoy your lobsters cooked in one of the restaurants near the port. Don’t forget to have a picture taken while pulling out the lobster pot, when the succulent lobster is served in the restaurant, and when there is nothing left of it!

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