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Gothenburg: Land & Water Amphibious Bus Sightseeing Tour

1. Gothenburg: Land & Water Amphibious Bus Sightseeing Tour

Experience sightseeing with a splash during an amphibious bus tour of Gothenburg. Start the tour at Stora Teatern - a musical and a theater building in the city center - where you will board the bus. Then, set off through central Gothenburg passing sights like Avenyn, Poseidon, Liseberg, Ullevi, and the Fish Church. As the surface beneath changes, the real fun begins and it is time for the bus to get wet. Hold on to your phones and cameras and prepare for some butterflies in your stomach as the 10-ton bus transforms into an amphibious boat and enters the river. Listen as the music gets louder and a big splash of water hits the windscreen. Before you know it, you're floating. After a couple of minutes of cruising on the water, the guide will give some additional info about how the bus works.  From the water, get a great view of the city and see big ships leaving and entering the city. After about 20 minutes in the water, head back to the pickup point passing some more incredible sights on the way.

Gothenburg: Private Göta Älv Boat Tour with Pickup

2. Gothenburg: Private Göta Älv Boat Tour with Pickup

As per your request time our tour guide will pick you up from your hotel in Gothenburg then drive you till the centre downtown to start catch your boat and discover Gothenburg by freely way and feeling the wind on your face through uncrowded roads. Lejontrappan is the starting point for ride the boat and its one of the most famous point in Gothenburg. Lejontrappan is a Swedish word and it's mean in English The Lion Stairs. Enjoy ride the boat in Goth-River through Gustav Adolfs square where you will get to see and learn from our guide about king Gustav Adolfs statue which standing in the square since the late 17th century. Additionally you will get to see and learn about the stock market building which is dating back to the 18th century and its constructed with shape of the new classical art. Then ride the boat through The German Church, also called Christinae Church, is church located in the city centre of Gothenburg, Sweden. Named after Queen Christina, it was inaugurated in 1748, and used by the German and Dutch congregation in Gothenburg. After that enjoy ride the boat in the open Baltic sea at Lilla Bommen is a part of Gothenburg harbor used for visiting boats and also the name given to the land surrounding the harbor. The eponymous building along with The Göteborg Opera house and the barque Viking are all located at Lilla Bommen. Water and snacks will be served during the boat tour. End the tour with the view and the history of Feskekörka is a Swedish word and its mean in english the fish church, its an indoor fish market in Gothenburg, Sweden, which got its name from the building's resemblance to a Neo-gothic church. It opened on 1 November 1874, and was drawn by the city architect Victor von Gegerfelt. At the end of the tour, drive you back to your hotel.

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We had a great experience with Jasper as a tour guide and Joaquim as the driver. The stories and background were interesting and very entertaining. The music in between stories was great too. The audio was very clear throughout, even to me (I’m quite hard of hearing, so sorry if I got anyone’s name wrong above). Would definitely recommend this, it was a real highlight of the trip.

Great way to tour the city, and see things from the water you can't see from land.

Thank you so much for a fun and exciting tour. We loved it!

Fun tour of the city and harbor! Definitely recommend.

Very fun and interesting explanations from Myriam.