Coming to Gothenburg, I wasn’t prepared for what I saw there! It is not the beauty of the city, which I will tell you in a moment. 😉 So what surprised me so much?
Alcohol. Poland is a country where people drink a lot hard drinks. Sometimes I laugh that it is easier to buy vodka than bread, while in Sweden the situation is quite the opposite. The prices of alcohol in shop are very high, and you will not find it in the grocery around the corner. The Swedes are buying drinks in an exclusive Bolaget System shops, and this is one of the few possibilities to buy drinks with more than 3%. However, the price is not very low, that’s why many Swedish residents don’t drink alcohol or buy it in other countries – for example Poland. 😉
The situation is crazy, but it is true. My trip to Gothenburg for business purposes was in question. I wondered what I would see in the nightclubs. Emptiness? Bored dancers? There was no sense in waiting, and I went to check it out.
Life at the Gothenburg Nightclubs
When I came to the club, Sweden surprised me once again, this time positively. 😉 The club was full of life, and the girls were seeking attention from the first moment. In beautiful costumes and with amazing skills, they were real dancers.
In the restaurant you also couldn’t buy any alcohol. People in the nightclub could only buy 3,5% beer and champagne – of course, in the alcohol-free version. 😉 It was not a problem. Men who came to the night club were divided into two groups: those who drank alcohol before and do not need high-percentage liquors and those who do not really drink and just want to watch the performances of beautiful girls.
I think the club itself is great. I sometimes perform in it myself, playing the thematic characters of the evening. I have the impression that the girls I met there are the most talented dancers I have met so far.
Club Dancer In Gothenburg
Gothenburg is one of the most underrated cities in Europe. A bit forgotten and hidden in the shadow of Stockholm; it has many attractions to offer. A lively avenue of exclusive shops and cafes, the botanical garden or Liseberg – the largest funfair in Scandinavia. These are just some of the city’s secrets. When you dive into the picturesque neighbourhoods, you will discover numerous cafes and architectural works. Gothenburg also allows catching a breath and gain momentum – depending on which part of the city you choose to stay in.
The hostel where I always stay is the perfect base – it is in the centre, and at the same time only 1 km from the club. It cost 335 dkr which is a good price with Swedish wages and salaries of local dancers.
I really can’t wait for my next trip to Sweden!