It’s time to recap the special excursions. You can think of this as things that were outside the city…outside of the standard walker-friendly downtown. But then, I am also including the art museum. Why?
Because Göteborg’s art museum is special! Why? Because Sweden is like Switzerland in the sense that things belong to everyone…they trust you to protect it. The art museum is an example of this: they allow cameras and there were minimal security in the building. Guests have permission to take all the pictures they want inside the art museum, without fear.
Ferry Ride to Klippan
Ferry Ride to Klippan Southern Archipelago – ( Brännö and Galterö)
We took a tram to the end of the line and then a short ferry into the Southern Archipelago. We went to Brännö (800 people) which is described as “an important location for fairs in the Laxdaela saga, and it is also considered to be the likely location of Breca and the Brondings of the poems Widsith and Beowulf.” (Wikipedia) Then we crossed a new bridge over to an uninhabited island (actually there was one house for a shepherd) called Galterö: