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A street in the old part of Gothenburg, small shops and many cafés. Do not miss out on the big “kanelbulle” (cinnamon roll), it is famous!
Haga is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Gothenburg, full of beautiful shops, cafes, and cobblestone streets. It is the perfect place to leisurely stroll around and spend a few relaxing hours perusing, shopping or taking a fika. Haga, which is a really cozy area with unique Swedish wooden…
When in Gothenburg, you should always visit Haga. There is a lot of cozy cafés and shops. It's next to Järntorget. This picture doesn't really show the place, will change it eventually.
Haga is one of the oldest and cosiest neighbourhoods in Gothenburg. Close to the city centre and perfect to take a stroll through, enjoy the small independent shops and the cute cefés (with the largest cinnamon buns in town).
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