A safe visit

The hotels and restaurants in Gothenburg have made adjustments in order to ensure a safe experience. Visita, the sector and employers’ organisation for the Swedish tourism industry, have launched the campaign Safe to visit, with suggested measures to prevent the spread of infection.

Read more about the campaign Safe to visit here.

New measures from January 12 2022

From January 12 2022, there are further recommendations in place to slow down the spread of Covid-19. Among other things, groups may not exceed eight people at venues serving food and drink, and venues must close no later than 11 pm. Moreover, there are further regulations that apply to public gatherings and events indoors; and all adults are requested to limit their number of indoor contacts.

Read more about the new measures here.

Vaccination certificates at larger events

As from January 12 2022, new regulations and general guidelines against the spread of infection at public gatherings and events apply. Ask the organiser of each event for more information and whether they require a vaccination certificate.

Travelling to and within Sweden

At krisinformation.se you will find updated information about travel restrictions and entry requirements.

Please pay attention to specific restrictions stated by your airline, train, bus or ferry operator.

At Göteborg-Landvetter Airport, there are various safety measures in place.

The shuttle bus service Flygbussarna, as well as the major taxi operators, have also taken measures to ensure your safety.

It’s easy to get around the city by rental bike, by electric scooter or on foot. Credit: Happy Visuals

Gothenburg’s city centre is very compact and you can walk basically everywhere. Public transport is operating as usual and you can see how crowded a departure usually is in the app Västtrafik To Go.

Read more about public transport advice and measures here.