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Geography and climate in Gothenburg

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Gothenburg is the second largest city in Sweden, with a total area of 198.78 km?.

Gothenburg is located in the southwestern part of the country , at the mouth of the Geta-Elv River on the coast of the Kattegat Strait.

You can get to the city from Moscow or St. Petersburg by plane with a transfer in Stockholm. You can also get from the capital of the country to Gothenburg by ferry, bus or train.

Time zone: GTM +1 (-2 hours to Moscow).


The city has a temperate oceanic climate, with mild, warm enough winters and cool summers. The average July temperature is +15 ... + 20 ° C.

The January temperature is on average -4 ... + 3 ° C.

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