Enjoy a guided boat tour of Hisingen, Sweden’s fifth largest island and the most populated of them all. 

This four-hour cruise will take you through Gothenburg’s main waterways, from its Göta River, to the Björkö Fjord, out through the harbour and into the western coastline. Along the way, you’ll get to experience Sweden’s rich and varied landscape and take in the incredible views.

Prebooked Gothenburg pass customers can enjoy the bar upstairs or the sundeck outside.

Tour duration: 4 hours. Tour operates in the summer months only – please check opening times.

Please note: To take a sightseeing tour by boat you will need to collect a free ticket from Stromma´s ticket kiosks on the departure quay before the tour departs. If the ticket booth is closed please go directly to the boat and show your valid Gothenburg Pass to the staff onboard. You cannot pre-book a sightseeing tour with your Gothenburg Pass. Tickets are subject to availability.  

Top tip: During the summer it is a good idea to visit the ticket booth early the same day to collect your sightseeing tour ticket. Sometimes there are a lot of visitors and some tours may be full during the high season. If you do not get a ticket to one of the tours you hade planned you can ask for tickets to the next tour the same day

Highlights:

  • Audio guided
  • Explore Sweden’s fifth largest island
  • Göta River
  • Björkö Fjord
  • Harbour
  • Stunning landscapes
  • Sundeck
  • Guided Tour

The Experience:

The boat tour will start in the popular Lilla Bommen, where you’ll also find the Opera House, Viking barque, and other boat tours to Älvsborg Fortress. From here you’ll board the M/S Carl Michael Bellman for a fun-filled four-hour cruise around the ancient island of Hisingen, Sweden’s fifth largest island and whose first settlements date back to 9000BC.

The boat tour will take you along the winding waterways of Gothenburg’s Göta River, through the Björkö Fjord, bustling harbour, and out into the coast. Here you’ll be able to experience Gothenburg’s stunning scenery from its verdant meadows, rocky cliffs, farmlands and parklands, and much more. Along the way you’ll also pass some of Gothenburg’s most iconic sites and landmarks, too. If the weather is really warm, there’s a sundeck where you can sit out and take in the views while making the most of the fine Swedish summer!

see the: full list of attractions included »

1 - 10 May
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday 18.00
Thursday 18.00
Friday 18.00
Saturday
Sunday
14 May - 31 Aug
Monday
Tuesday 18.00
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday 18.00
Saturday 18.00
Sunday
Last Admission: No tour 21 - 23 Jun
6 - 14 Sep
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday 18.00
Saturday 18.00
Sunday
20 - 27 Sep
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday 18.00
Saturday
Sunday

Closed:

October - April
No tours on june 22-24

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Address:

Lilla Bommens torg 3, 411 04 Göteborg

Telephone:

004631 - 60 96 70