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  • Small-town idyll in Haga


    Haga is one the oldest neighbourhoods in Gothenburg, with lots of small shops selling bric-a-brac, interior design and vintage goods.


    The charming Haga district is a nice mix of new and old. The well-preserved wooden houses along the pedestrian street Haga Nygata has everything from cafés to hatters and jewellers. Enjoy a good cup of coffee at one of the cafés along the pavement or treat yourself to a full day of relaxation at Hagabadet spa. Climb the hill above the charming neighbourhood to see the view over the city from Skansen Kronan.

  • Ateljé Hörnan

    Ateljé Hörnan

    V. SKANSGATAN/HAGA ÖSTERGATA, GOTHENBURG

    Birgitte Wincent runs her hat-making business at Ateljé Hörnan, right in the middle of beautiful colors and interesting materials. She produces and sells various kinds of hats, from casual to fancy or theatrical hats and hat sculptures.

  • Bebop Antik

    Bebop Antik

    KAPONJÄRGATAN 4, GOTHENBURG

    Bepob is specialising in Scandinavian design, primarily from between 1920 and 1970. They have furniture and lamps, but also ceramics, jewellery, glass and textiles. Simply everything that made Scandinavian design famous worldwide.

  • Haga trätoffelfabrik

    Haga trätoffelfabrik

    HAGA NYGATA 19, GOTHENBURG

    Haga Trätoffelfabrik, "the clog factory", is a small shop selling leather goods and the most famous product is the typical Haga clog, which is an orthopedic model and much appreciated. The shop also has a selection of other shoes and other leather items, as well as wool cardigans and socks.

  • Igor the Dog

    Igor the Dog

    SKOLGATAN 13D, GOTHENBURG

    Fun and quirky fashion for men, women and children. Details, colours and high quality are in focus and some items are organic. The shop is named after a catchy 60s song by Swedish singer Tommy Körberg.

  • Karltex

    Karltex

    HAGA NYGATA 14, GÖTEBORG

    A modern store where timeless clothes and shoes are mixed with new trends. The mix includes both international brands and local rising stars. Karltex has two locations in Haga, one shop for men and one for women, and a small shoe shop at Östra Hamngatan.

  • Kawaii

    Kawaii

    Haga Nygata 3, GOTHENBURG

    The Kawaii shop is a miniature-version of Tokyo. It has everything you need for a bright and colourful look. The shop is located along the cosy pedestrian street in Haga and is inspired by the Japanese lifestyle.

  • Liten Karin

    Liten Karin

    HAGA NYGATA 25, GOTHENBURG

    A different and unique toy store with traditional toys, christening gifts and furniture for the nursery. High quality is combined with colour, shape and design.

  • Market 29

    Market 29

    HAGA NYGATA 29, GOTHENBURG

    Home decor and interior design store on number 29 along the cosy pedestrian street Haga Nygata. Market 29 has a carefully selected range of interior design and furniture with everything from tableware to stylish posters, lamps and much more.

  • Stiernglans

    Stiernglans

    Haga Nygata 20, Gothenburg

    Stiernglans is one of the most well-stocked hat shops in town. You find everything from classic hats and bowlers to bridal hats and handmade caps from the world's oldest hatters – Lock & Co in London.

  • Twist & tango

    Twist & tango

    HAGA NYGATA 31, GÖTEBORG

    Twist & Tango sell simple yet stylish "everyday clothes". The collections are based on four core values: fun, simple, feminine and unique. The company is working to make all production sustainable.