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Kronhusbodarna

Kronhusgatan 1D, Gothenburg, Sweden
+46 31 711 08 32
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A little disappointing

This is a pleasant little cobbled area which includes Gothenburg's oldest building but I was... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2016
Angel57
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Essex UK
Traditional handikraft

Going back in time to see glass blowers, leather manufakturer, tradional candy store, pottery and a... read more

Reviewed 18 March 2016
Maria A
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Göteborg
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Kronhusgatan 1D, Gothenburg, Sweden
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+46 31 711 08 32
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Reviewed 11 April 2016

This is a pleasant little cobbled area which includes Gothenburg's oldest building but I was expecting a little more than was actually there. The chocolate shop is worth popping into as it has free samples but is a little expensive.

Thank Angel57
Reviewed 18 March 2016

Going back in time to see glass blowers, leather manufakturer, tradional candy store, pottery and a ver nice caffé with an open fireplace.

Thank Maria A
Reviewed 18 February 2016 via mobile

I was really looking forwards to visiting here as from the guide book description in sounded like a hive of culture and art. I admit I was a little disappointed...although out of season it was extremely quiet with the cafe empty and nobody browsing the...More

1  Thank Gayle A
Reviewed 15 October 2015 via mobile

Great little area to visit and see the old City Hall. Some food places for great snacks right there. I went there for the history and to take pictures.

Thank xboomslang
Reviewed 14 September 2015

The original city hall is surrounded by small boutiques, such as a silversmith, potter, and several clothing designers. Free to wander around the the wares are pricey. there is a nice little cafe where you can sit outside and enjoy a coffee and a small...More

Thank Daccari F
Reviewed 25 August 2015

You can feel the history here. Very beautiful buildings just a step out of the buzzling centre. On a summer Saturday most of the shops were closed, cafeteria was open. If you happen to be nearby, visit here.

Thank Janna78
Reviewed 19 July 2015

The houses are the oldest ones in the city. There are little shops, and a restaurant too, but go elsewhere to eat.

Thank 545medva
Reviewed 1 June 2015

Built in 1642 these buildings transported you back in time to when Göteborg was a new city. We had a tremendous lunch at the incredibly cute Cafe Kronhuset which had delicious homemade lasagne, great baked goods and as if the setting wasn't quaint enough there...More

Thank 3Papageno
Reviewed 7 September 2013

We ate here since, having wandered around the small selection of craft shops around the Kronhuset, it seemed like the obvious place to eat. I had a cheese baguette (35nok), my wife had a baked potato + tuna (79nok). Sandwich filling was pretty stingy. We...More

Thank thenighthawks
Reviewed 12 April 2013

Just behind the very important East Indian Museum (Göteborgs city Museum) is some of the oldest buildings in town. This is the coffee shop in the complex. Romantic, but still just a simple coffee shop. Very close to that is a specialist store selling chocolate....More

Thank TheSwedishBeaver
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