Slottsskogen

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General Information

Slottsskogen is a public park situated in Gothenburg, Sweden. The park was created by August Kobb in 1876 when the city had reached what was then a forest but is now Slottsskogen. The park covers 345 acres. It is a large green area with a mixture of lawns and trees that are dissected by paths. The park is the place to go in the city for a relaxing stroll or to enjoy a summer's day outdoors.

Getting there

The park is situated to the south west of the city centre. You can get there by taking the 1, 2 or 6 trams to ‘Goteborg Linneplatsen’. The 25, 52 and 761 buses also stop there.

Opening Times and Admission

The park is a public park, it is open 24 hours a day daily and is free to visit.

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  • Slottskogspromenaden, 414 76 Göteborg, Sweden
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