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Liseberg, Gothenburg
(4.5/5 based on 2,400+ reviews on the web)
Experience a range of excitement, from thrill rides to live events and holiday markets, at Liseberg, one of the most popular amusement parks in Scandinavia. This park is home to the Balder, a famous wooden-tracked roller coaster, as well as arcade games, a haunted hotel, and lots of other rides, including two water rides. Young children will want to try the kiddie rides, like the tea cups, bumper cars, and dragon boats. If you're looking for something more relaxing, enjoy quiet gardens, take in a show or concert, or, if the season's right, visit the park's Christmas market. Use our Gothenburg trip itinerary planner to add Liseberg and other attractions to your Gothenburg vacation plans.
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  • We visited the amusement park Liseberg Christmas market Saturday, the 17th of december. They had made the fantastic with the different types of Christmas decorations, Christmas trees, snowmen and lights. Lots to look at. But because they were the last weekend before Christmas, they were so extremely a lot of people. People who walked into a and queues everywhere. More people than they are in summer. If I go there on Christmas market next year I probably try to go a little earlier than last week. But fantastic.
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  • Really cozy with smaller children. Despite the småduggade. As much market as carousels, now that most of it is closed. Expect that you feel ready after a maximum of three hours.
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  • For a lot of people during the Christmas market and difficult to arrive at retailers and see what they offered.
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  • The only negative thing I can say about this place is that it closes during fall and winter, apart from some weeks during the holidays in december. Really nice amusement park that has it all. Even if you only want to go for a walk and see some fun stuff, or if you want to ride every attraction there is, this is the perfect place. This place has something for everyone.
  • Really nice place. I rode Helix, Baldar, and one other one that the name I don't remember (went straight up and dropped really fast). The wooden roller coaster in Texas is notorious for being really rough, but Balder was pretty smooth. Best advice was from a Swiss who said, "Don't worry... The Germans built it!"
  • If you're from Gothenburg or the surrounding areas, it's worth it to get an annual pass. It'll pay for itself in three visits--and you can use it during the Halloween and Christmas celebrations. The park is clean, fun and always seems to have something going on (for example, Olympics Days). The wait on the rides, even when busy, aren't *too* bad, and if you're decent with games, you stand a good chance of actually winning prizes at the many arcade options (though there's also a large arcade with a plethora of non-toy games, too).
  • A great theme park, some excellent attractions, for all ages. Easy to spend a day or two here with family. (One complain though; most of the bigger rides are min. 130cm height, not 120cm height as we have come to expect based on other theme parks). And beware... some days during the summer, this place gets extremely crowded. Rides may have queues that have between 60 and 80 mins waiting.
  • One of the nicest amusement parks i Europe. Helix is awesome, a thrill. Balder, the wooden roller coaster, is extremely nice. The green room, is a vegetarian restaurant that is better than most restaurants at Liseberg. Well worth a visit.