Experience Gothenburg safely during the pandemic.
The Covid-19 pandemic affects travelling, accommodation, and other activities in Sweden. Thanks to rapid innovation and efforts from the meeting industry, Gothenburg has undertaken measures to ensure safe conferences. Gothenburg Convention Bureau is in close contact with the hotels and meeting venues and we would be delighted to hear from you.
Here you can learn more about how to choose Gothenburg without compromising on safety and health.
A safe place to meet
Sweden allows public gatherings and public events for a maximum of 50 people. For private conferences and corporate meetings organised by an association or company, a higher number of participants is allowed. Regardless of the size of the gathering, it is recommended to keep distance, avoid crowding and enable good hygiene. Read more in Visita’s recommendations for safe conferences.
Gothenburg’s meeting facilities have high priorities on hygiene and safety and have taken a number of measures to enable a safe environment to meet. Examples are distance markings, actions to reduce crowding in conference rooms and meeting spaces, offering more opportunities to wash hands and/or providing hand sanitizers.
In the same way, the hotels in Gothenburg have taken measures in order to ensure a safe stay, providing alternative check-in/check-out procedures as well as special breakfast and cleaning arrangements. In the publication Safe to visit, Visita – the Swedish hospitality industry, outlines measures to prevent the spread of infection in restaurants, campsites and hotels.
Getting here and getting around
At krisinformation.se you will find updated information about travel restrictions and entry requirements.
Please pay attention to specific restrictions stated by your airline, train, bus or ferry operator.
At Göteborg-Landvetter Airport, there are various safety measures in place.
The shuttle bus service Flygbussarna, as well as the major taxi operators, have also taken measures to ensure your safety.
Gothenburg’s city centre is very compact and you can walk basically everywhere. Public transport is operating as usual but please avoid travelling during rush hour.
Last updated September 10 2020