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Haga Nygata, Gothenburg 31135, Sweden
+46 70 019 52 16
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“coffee shops” (37 reviews)
Haga Nygata, Gothenburg 31135, Sweden
+46 70 019 52 16
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A really nice area in Gothenburg, with nice cafees and shops. You can get a little bit of everything here. From traditional cafees, to manga shops and fashion. Worth a visit!

1  Thank jasontheglobetrotter
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We loved Haga - great to dander in and out of the little shops and coffee shops. We didn't find it as touristy as everyone had said - although slightly pricey for fika. Beautiful on sunny day!

Thank NaimahCallachand
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

An old part of Gothenburg with lots of character, nice little shops and restaurants. The cobble streets are very pretty and retain some 19th century wooden houses. Its very busy with locals and tourists so visit early.

Thank stoneleigh19
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Good for a walking tour - shopping and visiting the cafees. Only a few streets to stroll through - preferably in the sun.

Thank Nielsjespersen
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Perfect for a stroll around. Lovely cafes & shops. Only downside is it is only really one street so not enough to spend much time here

Thank Lindsay T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Small but cosy! Good vegetarian lasagna and lovley open sandwiches. Had the facility of baby chairs, clean rest rooms.

Thank Silvana F
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Constructed back in the 17th century, Haga was the working-class neighborhood in Goteburg, Sweden, now a tourist hub with picturesque wooden houses. It reminded me of Gamla, Stockholm but smaller and less busy, at least in the Easter when more than half of its shops...More

Thank Babak M
Reviewed 16 April 2017

Haga Nygata is the shopping street in Haga. Take a look at the special houses, bottom part made in stone, the two stories above in wood, typical for this part! Many shops; vintage, jewelry, clothes, many bakeries with the exceptionally big cinnamon buns, kanelbullar -...More

Thank Swedenvacationers
Reviewed 14 April 2017

This is the gentrified old part of the city that has lots of little shops to draw you in for amazing things you won't find too many places. Checking my credit card statement I see my wife has been in the kid's store across the...More

Thank bestbob
Reviewed 14 April 2017 via mobile

Such a boring area. Sold on its old historical values but all the shops are out to make money of tourists. Go further up south from haga and you get better quality of food and service. Not what expected from the haga.

Thank Nirmal L
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What time do the shops and cafes open on a Friday morning?
2 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?
18 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.