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The Weather in Gothenburg
Above is a climate diagram for Gothenburg. July is the warmest month of the year in Gothenburg, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 21°. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is December, while the driest month is March.
Holiday lettings in Gothenburg — enjoy the sun, sea, and Swedish charm
Holiday homes in Gothenburg tend to come in the form of modern, spacious apartments or cosy wooden houses typical of Scandinavia. Both houses and apartments on offer often have large windows to make the most of Gothenburg's picturesque surroundings, including sea views and lush gardens.
The cultural Gothenburg experience
Modern Gothenburg culture is very focused on outdoor activities, and you will find the locals out biking, hiking, or in warmer months, enjoying the world-class beaches and clear sea. For indoor time, the city offers several excellent museums including the Maritiman, a floating maritime museum, and the Museum of Gothenburg, which offers a long history of the area.
Art history buffs will enjoy the Gothenburg Museum of Art, the collection of which spans from the 15th century through present day. Also popular is the Gothenburg Botanical Garden, one of Europe's largest botanical gardens.
Gothenburg, a family town
Gothenburg is a popular holiday destination for Swedes themselves, so family-friendly fun is a key element. For older kids, the Actionpark skate park is extremely popular, while children of all ages have mountains of fun at the Airhop Trampoline Park on Torpavallsgatan.
Educational experiences you can share with your children include the Aeromuseum, housed in a declassified Swedish Airforce bunker at the Granhall metro stop. If you and the kids prefer time spent out and about in nature, there are plenty of outdoor parks and trails within walking distance of Gothenburg, including the Sarobanan bike route.
Annual festivities and celebrations
In keeping with the active lifestyle of the Gothenburg locals, many annual celebrations are sports-focused. The Gothia Cup (football), Gothenburg Annual Youth Games (athletics), and the Gothenburg Marathon feature amongst the most renowned events. There is also a yearly LGBTQ festival, West Pride, which has taken place since 2007. Additionally, Gothenburg Culture Festival takes place every August.
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