Gothenburg has in many ways been shaped by its closeness to the sea, and the river and waterways are present throughout the city.They also offer a great view of the city, so give sightseeing on popular tour boat Paddan a try, or if you're more adventurous, explore the canals in a kayak or on a stand up paddle-board!The week and all its events will be arranged by and at University of Gothenburgs faculties and Chalmers Sustainability Day.Book Act Sustainable, November 4-9, in your calendar.The hotel’s in-house restaurant, Kronan Bat & Matsalar, serves Mediterranean-inspired dishes.Guests can enjoy a drink at the contemporary bar while reading a book from its library.Fish and shellfish is a real speciality in the port city of Gothenburg.
More about the Gothenburg archipelago and how to get to the islands.
Last year around 30 events were arranged, and more than 1 200 students visited. New for this years arrangement is that more events will be open for personal at the universities - no one left behind!
Act Sustainable is organized by a taskforce at Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development at Chalmers and University of Gothenburg, spearheaded by project manager Karin Bylund.
Scandic Crown guests have free access to a hot tub, 2 saunas and fitness center.
Bicycles can be rented on site to explore the area.