Arrival. The sea-going steamers land at the Stora Bommens Hamn
(PI. D, 2), the canal-steamers at the Lilla Bommens Hamn (PI. E, 1), both
rather far from the hotels. (In Sveriges Kommunikationer, under 'Goteborg*
a complete list is given of the steamers sailing 'Norrut, Soderut, and
Vesterut'.) Hotel - omnibuses (72 kr.) and cabs meet the steamers. The
Stockholm Railway Station (Statens Bang&rd; PI. F, 11 is near the hotels.
The other stations are a little farther off: Bergslagsbanans Station (PI. F, 1),
for the W. coast railway (R. 42), Boras and Alfvesta (p. 283), Trollhattan
and Norway (R. 44), and Falun (R. 56); Vestgbtabanans Station (PI. E, F, 1),
for Grafsnas and Skara (p. 283); Sard' Station (PI. D, 6), near the Slottskogs-
Park (PI. p. 282, C, 7), reached by electric tram; Tingstad Station, on the
right bank of the Gota-Elv, beyond the Hisingsbro (comp. PI. E, 1) for
Uddevalla and Stromstad (p. 2S3).
Hotels. "-Gr.-Hot. Haglund (PI. a; F, 2), E. end ofSodra Hamn-Gatan,
of the first class, with cafe', American bar, inquiry-office, etc., R. 3-15 B. 1,
L. 2, D. 274-372, in the restaur. 6 kr. "Hot. Eggers (Pi. c; F 2), Drott-
ning-Torg 25, with cafe, R. 272-8, B. 1, L. 172, D. 2-4 kr.; "Palace Hot.
(PI. i; F, 2), Sodra Hamngatan, near the Brunns-Park, new, with cafe, etc.,
R. 3-15, B. 1, L. 172, D. 2 or 37-kr. — Hot. Gotakallabe (pron. 'chellara';
PI. b; F 2), Sodra Hamngatan 59, close to Hot. Haglund and owned by the
same company, R. 272-8, B. 3/i, D. 1.40 to 2.75 kr.; Hot. Kronprinsen
(PI. g;F, 2), Drotfninggatan 37, corner of Ostra Hamngatan, united with the
Central Baths (see below), R. 2-10, B. 72, D. 2 kr.; Hot. Kdng Karl
(PI. d ; F, 2), Nils-Ericsons-Gafan 23, R. 17«-5, B. »/«, D. 174-2, S. 1 kr., well
spoken of; Hot. ddNord(P1. f; F, 2), K6pmans-Gatan50; Strand Hotel,
by the post-office (PI. E, 2), with restaurant and view of the harbour;
Hot. Rotal (PI. e; F, 2), Ostra Larm-Gatan 8 (breakfast only); Hot. d'ANGLE-
terre (PI. h; F, 2), Nils-Ericsons-Gatan 9, R. 174-272, B. 3/4, D. 17< kr.
Restaurants. Frinmrare-Logen, Sodra Hamngatan 31; also, in summer,
"Trddgards-Foreningen (p. 281; concerts in the evening, adm. 10 6.; D. 2-
3 kr.); Henriksberg (PI. A, 4; see p. 281; trams 3 and 4, see below), with
view of the harbour, D. 172-2 kr., Very fair; Lorensberg (PI. G, H, 4; trams
4 and 5, see below), with a bust of the poet Vadmann by Molin. — Con¬
fectioners: Brautigam, Folkersson, Ostra Hamngatan 37 and 46.
The Gotenburg Licensing System, now in force, with modifications,
throughout Sweden and Norway, has been in operation here for many years,
and drunkenness has diminished greatly. A company, under supervision
of the municipality, is alone entitled to retail spirits and to open a very
limited number of shops, the salaried managers of which have no interest
in the sale. The profits beyond 5 per cent are devoted to public and
Cabs (Droskor). Drive within the town, 1-2 pers. 75 6., 3-4 pers. 1 kr.;
longer drive 174-13A kr.; each trunk 10 0. —■ By time, 20 min. for 1-2 pers.,
1, 3-4 pers. l'/4 kr.; each 20 min. more 40 or 50 o. — Carriages at the
hotels about 4 kr. per hr., and fee.
Tramways (Eleklriska Sparvagar; fare 10 0., incl. transfers or bfver-
gangs-biljetier). Their centre is the Drottning-Torg (PI. F, G, 2); their chief
crossings are at the Brunns-Park (PI. F, 2) and the Lilla-Torg (PI. E, 2).
The following start from the Drottning-Torg: 1 and 2. Ring Lines (white
boards) Nils-Kricsons-Gatan, St. Eriks-Gatan, Post Office, Lilla Torg, Vestra
Hamngatan, Victoria-Gatan, Vester-Gatan, Slottskogs-Park (PI. C, D,6), Linne-
Gatan, Sodra Allee-Gatan, Victoria-Gatan, Vasa-Gatan, Kungsporfs-Avenyen
(transfer-station, Valand), Brunnspark, Drottning-Torg (and back by same
route). — 3. Majoma Line (PI. A, 4), by Lilla-Torg and Drottning-Torg, to
Redbergslid (PI. J, 1; blue boards). — 4. From Majoma (PI. A, 4), same as
Line 3 to Brunnspark, then by Kuogsports-Avenyen to Getebergsang (PI. J, 5;
green boards). — 5 (red boards). From Redbergslid, as No. 3, to Brunns¬
park, then, as No. 4 to Getebergsang. — 6 (yellow boards). From the Drott¬
ning-Torg to the Slottskogs-Park and to the S. end of the suburb of Enge-
gurden (PI. p. 282, C, 9). Other lines scarcely concern tourists.