Europe’s straight-A student for sustainability
In an article from the British daily paper The Independent, the journalist writes about West Sweden’s effort to further sustainability. The article also mentions how Gothenburg has won first place for being the “world’s most sustainable destination” several years in a row in an annual sustainability award ceremony, held by the GDSI (Global Destination Sustainability Index).
The Independent: Why West Sweden is Europe’s straight-A student for sustainability
“If Sweden’s most famous eco-crusader, Greta Thunberg, did city breaks, they’d definitely happen here.”
The sustainable and green travel destination
In 2021, Lonely Planet, a travel guide- and information book publisher, recognized Gothenburg as “the most sustainable city stay”. This article is a continuation on the same theme and is a guide about how to experience a weekend in Gothenburg in a sustainable and green way.
Lonely Planet – Exploring Gothenburg’s sustainable side: a green weekend itinerary
“Gothenburg, with its relaxed vibe, cool neighborhoods, ample restaurants and easy access to nature, hits all of the notes of a great European city break destination”
Sweden’s most charming city
The Scandinavian edition of the American fashion and lifestyle magazine, Vogue Scandinavia, guides readers on how and where to experience Gothenburg’s many trendy areas and wide variety of fashionable places to shop and eat.
Vogue Scandinavia: A comprehensive guide to Gothenburg, Sweden’s most charming city
“The second-largest city in Sweden, situated on the country’s west coast, Gothenburg offers an excellent alternative for a fun city break. Spend your day roaming the streets and exploring the various boutiques and world-class restaurants”
A weekend guide to Gothenburg
In this article, from the British daily paper The Times, the journalist writes about Gothenburg as a perfect weekend destination and motivates this with the city’s acclaimed efforts in sustainability, as well as the fine selection of good food and design.
The Times: Gothenburg city guide – your weekend break sorted
“… the “world’s most sustainable city” — or so the Global Destination Sustainability Index says — is gaining momentum. Sights have been revamped, the events calendar is bulging and new neighbourhoods are cropping up”
The city- and archipelago life
Here, a journalist from the British weekly magazine The Spectator describes the experience of both Gothenburg’s inner city and its archipelago.
The Spectator: The surprising appeal of Sweden’s second largest city
“Sweden’s second largest city Gothenburg has typically sat in the shadow of Stockholm as far as international tourists are concerned, but it has much to reward those who are prepared to venture off the beaten track”
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