The faces of Gothenburg

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Gothenburg may be known for its sleepy charm and designer shopping, but the locals have their own style and charisma. It’s true you may have to walk a long way to find a part of the city teeming with people, but once you find them you won’t be disappointed. As you wander the cobbled streets and navigate around the quiet town, you’ll soon find an array of people who are stylish, unique and full of that carefree European attitude we all know and love.

Gothenburg bicycle

Gothenburg may be known for its sleepy charm and designer shopping outlets, but the people are more than just stylish. It’s true you may have to walk a long way to find the part of the city teeming with people, but once you find them you won’t be disappointed. The locals of Gothenburg will not disappoint as you wander around the town centre you will soon find an array of people who are stylish, unique and full of that carefree European attitude we all know and love.

Gothenburg flowers

Gothenburg boasts of over 500,000 residents in the city centre, with most of those in their twenties, thanks to the presence of University of Gothenburg and Chalmers University of Technology. This sleepy city is also the home to the car manufacturer Volvo.

Gothenburg family

However, if you visit the city at the right time of the year you will soon find yourself amongst large, bustling crowds at one of the cities largest Scandinavian events including the annual Gothenburg film festival, in January, which attracts 155,000 visitors every year. In the summer months, Sweden’s second largest city is home to some of the finest Scandinavian music events including Way Out, a three-day festival featuring some of the best modern-day music you can think of in the rock/pop world and Meltadown, a two-day heavy metal extravaganza.

Gothenburg hair

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