For general tourist information and a guide to larger events head to the Gothenburg & Co site.
Fly to Gothenburg
Gothenburg is directly accessible from many European and other worldwide destinations. The city has two main airports, the larger Landvetter to the south east and Gothenburg City Airport (also known as Säve) to the north. Landvetter is the main airport for international connections while Gothenburg City hosts several budget airlines including Ryanair.
Getting around the city
So your’e here. Getting from A to B in Gothenburg is easy. Public transport in the Gothenburg Region is provided by Västtrafik who operate an extensive tram and bus network serving the city and its environs. For more info on journey planning etc. click here.
Bringing your children into a new education system can be a scary prospect. However it won’t come as a surprise to learn that Gothenburg – and Sweden as a whole – has a first class reputation when it comes to nursery, school and university/college education. There are several popular, well-respected international schools in the Gothenburg area. Here are some links that should help:
General info about pre-schools and schools in the city can be found at the Gothenburg City Council website.
Some international nurseries/schools:
ABC All About Children (Pre-school)
Gothenburg has a large student population and the city is home to several universities and colleges specialising in different fields. See here for courses and other info.