Göteborg, or Gothenburg, is Sweden's second largest city, located on the west coast of Sweden. If you buy a Volvo to pick up from the factory, you'll come to Gothenburg.
The climate is a bit cooler than Stockholm's. Average highs hit the mid 60s in summer, topping out in July.
Gothenburg starts warming up in May, when the birch trees blossom. The warmest time to go--June through August--offers average temperatures near 70. May-September offers the tourist decent weather, although you'll have to expect more rain June-December. Foliage changes color in September in Gothenburg.
The climate charts below show the historic high and low temperatures and average monthly rainfall for Göteborg, Sweden.
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