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Address: Meeting point: First Hotel G Centralstationen, 41103 Göteborg Date: Saturday 22 apr 2017 - Saturday 16 Dec 2017 Show map

Address: Meeting point: First Hotel G Centralstationen, 41103 Göteborg

City Photo Tour takes you on an inspirational tour in Gothenburg, where we show you how to take postcard-like pictures. On the tour you will have a guide who knows the city and will show you some useful photo tips along the way.

You get stories from the past and now told with a personal touch. To walk around the city through the alleys, past squares, over bridges and places you just have to see is fantastic when you have your own photographer with you to show how you develop your photography.

During or after the tour you can always send a postcard through our service Postify, the recipient will receive a real postcard with your image or a predesigned postcard is also available for your convinience.

Meeting point: First Hotel G, Central Station

Distance: 5 km

Duration: 3 Hours

Walking grade: Moerate

Language: Swedish and English

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Distance

  • Arena or meeting point
    Lorensbergsteatern 1 km
    The Swedish exhibition & Congress centre 2 km
  • Landmark
    Götaplatsen/Avenyn 408 km

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