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No doubts! let’s go back to Sweden – Sweden Travel Article

No doubts! let’s go back to Sweden I can remember that day very well. The stunning sun, a lot of people walking on the streets, some children playing near the fountain but for me everything was over. Goodbye Sweden I was on central station in Gothenburg waiting my train to Denmark. I had decided to visit Copenhagen, Paris and Madrid. Anyway, those cities were on my way before returning to Bolivia. It was 10:00 am, I had booked my ticket…

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How much do YOU know about sustainable transport? – Sweden Travel Article

How much do YOU know about sustainable transport? For our Sustainability Campaign in June, we are looking at Sustainable Transport! Check out this great video by student ambassador Judith for some facts about sustainable transport: Now, are you ready to put your sustainable transport knowledge to the test? Try out our quiz! Which of the following modes of transport produces the least carbon emissions? a) Trainb) Bicyclec) Airplane In 2015, which city in Sweden was named the most sustainable for…

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How I travel around in Gothenburg – Scandinavian Travel Article

How I travel around in Gothenburg If you’ve been following our Instagram this week, you’ll have seen our posts about sustainable transport. Here are the main ways I travel around my city and how I rate each transport method on my (pretty unscientific and mostly subjective) sustainability scale! Bike  Before I moved to Gothenburg, the thought of cycling in cities was a bit scary to me – I’d seen too many angry motorists in the UK to feel like taking…

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Practical things I wish I knew earlier – Sweden Travel Article

Practical things I wish I knew earlier Sometimes, things are different. Different than you are used to from home. Different than expected. Different cause you have not even thought about it. I will share some of my “I wish I knew that earlier” in this blog post. Second hand shops It took me a while to pay my first visit to a second hand shop, unfortunately. Sweden is definitely a second hand shopping paradise! This also implies that there is…

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