Saluhallen on Kungstorget is the biggest indoor food market in Gothenburg. It was built in 1889 and was originally designated for meat commerce but nowadays all kinds of food is sold here. It is one of few remaining indoor markets in Sweden and it was declared historic building in 1985. The building is a good example of late 1800s construction in iron and glass. There are about 40 different stores and places to eat at, and I really like to stroll around here and just smell all nice scents of food. If you’re hungry you can get a nice hot meal for little money or you could just take a fika (coffee and cake). Regardless if you’re looking for a special bread, cheese, meat or spice you’ll probably find it here. There is often a market trading just outside Saluhallen where you can buy nice vegetables and flowers. I’m really happy to say that we from last week live a very short walk from here. During weekends this is where we buy freshly baked bread and kanelbullar (cinnamon buns) or Wienerbröd (danish pastry) for breakfast. I’m sorry that theese photos don’t smell, but you’ll just have to improvise.