When it comes to getting social, Gothenburg leads the way, according to a new survey, which also reveals New Yorkers eat out the most and Madrid loves to party – but London fails to make top 20
Gothenburg has been named the world’s most sociable city, according to a new study looking into the social behaviour and attitudes of residents in 39 destinations. In the study, commissioned by the booking site Hostelworld, cities were graded in 10 categories, including the frequency with which people socialise, openness and their “propensity to party”.
Second place also went to Sweden, the capital Stockholm, which was followed by Chicago, Boston and New York in the US. The study involved interviews with 12,188 residents, who were questioned about their attitudes to socialising, eating out and partying.