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Göteborg voted top 2nd best ´second city´ in the world

Recently Göteborg was voted the second best ´second city´ in the world by Gadling, a blog that covers travel news, shares travel tips and covers travel destinations.

Gadlings favourite ´second cities´ boast many of the same amenities that make their bigger rivals so famous - top notch cultural institutions, unique local charm, great cuisine and nightlife.

The City of Göteborg is honoured and will continue the work to become the best ´second city´ in the future. The only way is up!

 

Gadling´s opinion on Göteborg

´Second City #2 - Gothenburg, Sweden - Stockholm is unquestionably Sweden´s capital and its largest city. But not nearly as many have been to Gothenburg, the country´s second largest metropolis and home to Sweden´s largest university.

The large population of students means Gothenburg has a surprisingly fertile arts and culture scene, frequently rivalling its larger sibling Stockholm for an unassuming, fun experience - all at a fraction of the price.´

To read the whole story please visit Gadling´s worlds best second cities