Wandering the Coolest Neighborhood in Sweden’s Second City
"Sweden’s charming low-key west coast hub, Gothenburg, actually lives up to its reputation as the “Little London” of Scandinavia thanks to one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city, Haga."
Gothenburg: Second city, zero compromise
"Gothenburg’s planners are unafraid to confront the hard questions about MICE innovation as they embark on a series of new builds."
Gothenburg Will Be Your New Favorite European City
"Situated along an archipelago on the western coast, Sweden’s second largest city has been a hidden gem in the travel world for years. With half the population as Stockholm (and roughly 10% cheaper than it as well), Gothenburg is making second place cool again."
7 Reasons You Must Add Gothenburg to Your Bucket List
"I knew I would love Gothenburg after reviewing the official visitor site and seeing so many different things that I enjoy highlighted, but it was not until I arrived and started exploring in person that I realized how truly wonderful this city is."
The NYLON Guide To Gothenburg, Sweden
"Sure Gothenburg might not be as big as Stockholm, but don’t call it Sweden’s second city. For years, Gothenburg has been known as the capital’s artsy cousin—where start-ups, creatives, and students can all thrive at costs lower than in the capital. It’s also, unsurprisingly, a great place to vacation for fans of ocean air, music, fashion, and food. (That’s all of us, right?) Plus it’s walkable! Strap on your sneakers—here’s a few Gothenburg hot spots worth checking out."
City guide: Gothenburg, Sweden
"Stylish, serene and warmer than a freshly baked cinnamon bun, Sweden’s second-largest city bursts into life in the summer. Bars overflow onto the streets, restaurants stay open late and the docks fill with locals stocking little boats with camping supplies for a weekend of island hopping."
The world's 27 most hipster neighbourhoods
“Gothenburg’s most historical district is also the city’s coolest, with its share of beanie hat-wearing, striped and checked shirt-clad young folk sauntering past trendy jeans shops, arty home design boutiques and plenty of outdoor cafes for a fika (a coffee break) on its cobbled streets.”