The Liseberg station is an underground railway station in Gothenburg, Sweden. It is named after the amusement park Liseberg which is located nearby. The station was completed in 1993. Local trains to and from Kungsbacka and Borås stop at the station.
The nearest stops for local traffic are the tram stop Liseberg 200 metres (660 ft) west, and the major intersection Korsvägen, 500 metres (1,600 ft) west.
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