With its long and rich nautical history, vibrant culture and modern attractions, Gothenburg has a wealth of things on offer to all visitors. One of the city’s proudest features is its architectural landscape. Amongst its most characteristic buildings, visitors will see the 19th-century Feskekôrka, known as the “fish church” owing to its strong exterior resemblance to a Neo-gothic church, the Lilla Bommen, known colloquially as “The Lipstick” - a postmodern high rise with 22 floors that include 27,000 square feet of shopping space, the Beaux-Arts-style Gothenburg City Hall, and the 18th-century Gunnebo House. Visitors will also find an exceptional range of sporting activities on offer, including ice hockey, football, basketball and much more. In terms of culture, there’s the Gothenburg Museum of Art, the Museum of World Culture, the design and arts focused Röhsska Museum, and many nautical museums looking at the history of sea, shipping and trade and the Swedish East India Company.