Sweden

Fly from Nice to Gothenburg

for a surprising Swedish city break

Gothenburg, land of the Vikings

You don't book a Nice Gothenburg flight by accident! Because Sweden’s 2nd largest city isn’t generally found in the pages of travel magazines or agency catalogues. You have to be a savvy traveller capable of leaving the beaten path to head for this Scandinavian destination. But as your Nice Gothenburg direct flight lands, your curiosity will be rewarded in the best possible way. Because Gothenburg is beautiful, inventive, natural and festive. The Sweden of your dreams!

  • currency

    Kroner

  • language

    Swedish

Temperatures

Ideal For

  • Family
  • Alone
  • Nature
  • Weekend
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Gothenburg

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  • Useful information for your travel to Gothenburg

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    The formalities for travelling to Gothenburg

    • Entry requirements: as part of the European Union and the Schengen Area, Sweden requires European citizens to present just a valid passport or identity card.
    • Currency: Sweden is a kingdom where you pay in kroner! There are around 11 kroner to one Euro. Make sure you leave with enough local currency to cover your first purchases by visiting Interchange, present in both terminals at Nice Côte d'Azur Airport.

    Your Nice-Gothenburg direct flight

    When flying from Nice to Gothenburg, you’ll fly out of Terminal 1, home to Norwegian.

    Get your Swede on! By that we mean take it easy, relax, breathe. What’s the secret to this serenity? It’s easy: be on time! Have your Nice-Gothenburg boarding pass and cabin baggage in hand? Arrive at the terminal one hour before departure. Need to go to the airline counter? Add an additional 15 minutes.

    Departure airportNice Côte d'Azur Airport
    Departure terminalTerminal 1
    Arrival airportsGöteborg Landvetter Airport

    Arriving in Gothenburg

    You’ll be landing at Göteborg Landvetter Airport, located around 20 kilometres from the city. To get to the city centre, you can:

    • Take the bus: Flygbussarna will drop you in the centre in around 30 minutes maximum. There are several stops as you make your way to Nils Ericson terminal, Gothenburg’s bus station.
    • Take a taxi: you can choose to pay a flat fee or pay per kilometre. So compare prices! How? Taxis are required to clearly display prices - in large numbers on a yellow background - for both a 10 kilometre and a 15 minute trip. And don’t feel obliged to take the first car in the rank. You can choose!
    • Hire a car: with 7 agencies on site, you're bound to find the right car for your needs and budget.

What to do in
Gothenburg ?

As the largest port in Scandinavia and birthplace of Volvo, the famous car maker, Gothenburg is a prosperous and dynamic city. And you can feel it! With lively night life, great shopping, and the diverse and creative menus of its restaurants, this Swedish city is the very definition of Epicurean. Gothenburg brings together easy-living, nature, and heritage all in a city full of small pleasures.

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  • Gothenburg, a natural city

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    Without a doubt Gothenburg is a large city with everything a tourist needs: large, vibrant avenues, picturesque neighbourhoods perfect for hanging out, museums, abundant shopping, and friendly cafés. There are even canals that give it a romantic feel for a weekend getaway, and a gigantic amusement park for a family holiday. Plus its immense port makes this Viking city all the more dynamic and opens it to the world.
    But Gothenburg the Urban isn't far from Gothenburg the Rural. Gothenburg has a green thumb, as seen by its many parks and gardens, including the Botanical Garden - the largest in the country, with 175 hectares and 16,000 plant species. It’s really a city in the countryside, an island of modernity in the middle of an ocean of forests, lakes, natural archipelagos, and the banks of the Göta älv and beaches of the North Sea. As the birthplace of Björn Ulvaeus, one of the four members of Abba, its philosophy of life is based around four pillars: Scenery, Heritage, Peace, and Pleasure!

  • The top 10 things to do in Gothenburg

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    • Hang out in the Haga neighbourhood. It’s the heart of bohemian Gothenburg with its famous Skansen Kronan fortress, wooden houses, cobblestone streets, artisanal shops, and quaint cafés where you can try a fika for a true Swedish coffee break.
    • By tramway or on foot, head up the Kungsportsavenyn, Kingsgate Avenue. Called Avenyn by locals, it’s the Champs-Élysées of Gothenburg. On the menu: luxury, shopping, and relaxation.
    • Visit the Göteborgs konstmuseum, the Gothenburg Museum of Art. Its collection includes works by Rubens, Monet, Picasso, Rodin, Van Gogh, Delacroix, Munch, Chagall, and even Gauguin. You’ll also discover a wealth of oft-overlooked Swedish painting.
    • Have a blast at Liseberg, one of the largest amusement parks in Europe. Here you’ll find rides, roller coasters, a big wheel, and the highest free-fall tower on the continent (a 116 metre free fall in 3 seconds!).
    • Explore the world at Universeum. Perform scientific experiments, see rays and sharks in their aquariums, observe the most dangerous reptiles on the planet, and wander through a tropical forest full of monkeys, iguanas and caiman crocs.
    • Get out and get some air, play, or picnic in any of the numerous parks and gardens around the city. The largest and best-known is the Slottskogen. Endless lawns, forests, a zoo, shady café terraces and gorgeous views of the city...
    • Go canoeing or kayaking on the lake in Delsjön nature reserve. It’s close to the city and accessible by tramway (plus a 20 minute walk). But it's worth the effort: buy a disposable barbecue before you come and have lunch on the grass.
    • Board one of the Paddan riverboats and navigate the canals and the port of the city to get up close and personal with cargo ships from the world over.
    • Hoist your anchor and take a ferry to one of the two archipelagos that border Gothenburg: the northern and southern. You’ll discover dozens of islands and granite islets, more or less inhabited, that bring together charm, serenity, and nature.
    • Sample a delicious seafood platter. The coast surrounding Gothenburg is famous in Scandinavia for its lobster, oysters, and muscles. The place to find them is Feskekorka, the fish market that makes the whole city drool.

Regular flights Nice - Gothenburg GOT

Nice → Gothenburg GOT

from 378

FLIGHTS NORWEGIAN AIR SHUTTLE
2
Flights per week, From April to October

Flights per day :

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  • Tue 1
  • Wed 0
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  • Sat 1
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Frequently asked questions

  • How long does a Nice Gothenburg flight take?

    The average flight time between Nice and Gothenburg is 2 hours 30 minutes.

  • Which airlines provide direct Nice Gothenburg flights?

    Norwegian, Scandinavia’s famous low-cost airline, is currently the only airline providing direct flights to Gothenburg.

  • How many Nice Gothenburg flights are there per week?

    Norwegian flies from the Baie des Anges to the North Sea 2 times per week (Tuesdays and Saturdays) from June to October.

  • How much does a Nice Gothenburg flight cost?

    The lowest price for a Nice Gothenburg return ticket based on prices from the last 90 days is 378

  • What is the time difference between Nice and Gothenburg?

    There is no time difference.

  • What is the best time of year to visit Gothenburg?

    Gothenburg is great any time of year, even in winter, when the Christmas markets give it a deliciously romantic feel. But all things considered, we’d opt for a holiday here as summer approaches, days become long, and nature is in full bloom. Ideal conditions for strolling through the city’s parks and enjoying one of the barbecues the Swedish so love. It should also be noted that August is the city's most festive month. In addition to the bars, pubs and night clubs that light up the Gothenburg nights are two festivals: Gothenburg Culture Festival, a joyous mix of dance, opera, street performances, carnivals, jazz, and design; and Way Out West, a huge music festival where for two days Slottsskogen Park becomes a stage, with performances by international stars and local unknowns.

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