After a visit to Universeum and a short walk around the city, the next stop was – Liseberg. Liseberg is, as the brochure says, the greatest amusement park in Scandinavia, which offers around 40 attractions and rides, hundreds of thousands of flowers, games, dance, music and good food.

There are many interesting things to see, including breathtaking rides in Helix and Loke, to cosy rides for the kids. It was too crowded for my taste, but hey, it was Saturday.

I only went to the house of horror (a bit too short and not as scary as I expected, but worth it) and to the top of the Liseberg wheel (I liked it a lot!).

The Liseberg Wheel

When you see it… (taken with my Samsung S7)
View from the The Liseberg Wheel
View from the The Liseberg Wheel
Gothia Towers from the The Liseberg Wheel
Gothia Towers from the The Liseberg Wheel
View from the The Liseberg Wheel
Free fall from the The Liseberg Wheel
View from the The Liseberg Wheel
Gothia Towers from the The Liseberg Wheel
View from the The Liseberg Wheel
View from the The Liseberg Wheel

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