Västergötland, literally translated as western Götaland, is one of Sweden's most populous provinces. Several different subdivisions have been used during the centuries, and with the province currently conjoined with Bohuslän and Dalsland to form the enormous Western Götaland County, with municipal confederations overlapping provincial borders.
Popular in Västergötland
Gothenburg is the second largest city in Sweden with approximately 520,000 inhabitants in the municipality.
Göta Älvdal is the western part of Västergötland, containing the area around Göta Älv, a major river.
Sjuhäradsbygden is the southern part of the Västergötland province in Sweden. Västtrafik organises public transport in the area.
Eastern Skaraborg is a region in eastern Västergötland in Sweden, at the western shore of lake Vättern, east of Varaslätten.
Suburban Gothenburg consists of the municipalities just east of Gothenburg in south-western Sweden.
Varaslätten is a plain in north-western Västergötland in Sweden, at the southern shore of lake Vänern.
Vadsbo is the north-eastern part of Västergötland, a province in Sweden, just south-west of Närke.
The Gothenburg Archipelago is a group of islands easily reachable from Gothenburg, Sweden.