Spring in Röda Sten Graffitti at Röda Sten Konsthall / Credits: Feli Höck

Spring in Röda Sten

Spring is here and there is no better way to celebrate than to head out and explore the city. Last weekend a couple of friends and I visited Röda Sten Konsthall (Art Centre) for some lunch and art.

We first started with a walk by the Göta älv which is a river that drains lake Vänern into the Kattegat, in Gothenburg.

Spring in Röda Sten

Eriksberg sign / Credit: Anita

Spring in Röda Sten

Älvsborg Bridge / Credit: Anita

The Älvsborg Bridge is a suspension bridge over Göta älv which connects the north and the south part of the city. It was built in 1966 and designed by Sven Olof Asplund. This is one of Gothenburg’s most famous landmarks!

Spring in Röda Sten

Röda Sten / Credit: Anita

Spring at Röda Sten

Bird in Göta älv / Credit: Anita

Spring at Röda Sten

It was colder than it looks/ Credits: Feli Höck

Spring in Röda Sten

Part of Älvsborg Bridge / Credit: Anita

Lunch at Röda Sten Konsthall Restaurang

The restaurant at the Röda Sten Konsthall is famous for it’s Sunday brunch. It was off last weekend but we still managed to get great lunch options.

Spring in Röda Sten

Anita and Anita watching boats pass by at Röda Sten / Credits: Anita

Spring at Röda Sten

Lunch at Röda Sten Konsthall Restaurang / Credit: Anita

Spring at Röda Sten

Everyone likes the sun / Credits: Anita

Spring in Röda Sten

Ghost Älvsborg Bridge / Credits: Feli Höck

Spring in Röda Sten Konsthall

Röda Sten Konsthall / Credits: Anita

Art at Röda Sten Konsthall

Röda Sten Konsthall being an art centre is laiden with graffitti. This made for a great photo shoot opportunity!

Spring in Röda Sten

Graffitti at Röda Sten Konsthall / Credits: Feli Höck

Röda Sten

Monking around / Credits: Anita

Röda Sten

I love graffitti / Credits: Feli Höck

Spring in Röda Sten

Fun day out in Röda Sten / Credits: Anita

Take Away

I thought I knew alot about Gothenburg and had traveled to almost every part of the city. But this past weekend showed me I still have alot to explore! This was a much needed break from the dread of my thesis. So I say, if the weather is good, look up and take a walk, go explore a new aapart of your city. That’s one of the reasons I love Sweden and Gothenburg! I always get to discover and see something new!

Be sure to check out Usi’s post on The best views in Gothenburg

From Sweden with Love

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Anita

A Kenyan student studying a Masters degree in Global Studies at the University of Gothenburg. If you have any questions about studying in Sweden or general feedback email me on anita.studyinsweden@gmail.com
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