Increasingly connected, Nissan launches the Electric Travel Guide, the application for sustainable travel around the world. Thanks to the arrival on the European roads of Nissan Ariyathe brand’s first 100% electric crossover coupe.
Summer is the perfect season to travel. There are new trends on the part of those who are preparing to pack luggage and consult tourist guides. For four out of five people (83% 1) it is essential to travel in a sustainable way. While three out of five (61% 1) want to do it more consciously than in the past.
Proximity holidays are therefore preferred, with destinations that can be reached aboard an electric vehicle rather than aboard an airplane. It is to these travelers that theElectric Travel Guide di Nissan. This proposes stages and itineraries in the name of culture, good food and exciting and suggestive landscapes and city views.
Nissan takes you on the road with the Electric Travel GuideFirst edition is Stockholm, Sweden
Friederike Kienitz, Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs and Sustainability, Nissan AMIEO commented, “We have created this guide to promote and facilitate sustainable and exciting travel. We believe that electric mobility must be part of a system where a circular economy and zero emissions are the keys to a more sustainable future. “
For its commitment to urban sustainability, the countless cultural attractions and the widespread use of electric vehicles, Stockholm was the natural choice to start this series of travel appointments. The city’s ambitious goal to give up fossil fuels by 2040 is in line with Nissan’s Ambition 2030 vision for a cleaner, safer and more inclusive world.
Nissan Ariya is the ideal vehicle for exploring Stockholm and beyond. 100% electric zero-emission engine, range that exceeds 530 km with a single charge, the comfortable and spacious cockpit and the rich equipment of on-board and safety technologies make Ariya an unparalleled travel companion.
Arnaud Charpentier, Nissan AMIEO Region Vice President, Product Strategy & Pricing. He said: “With the Electric Travel Guide we want to emphasize that sustainable travel is made up of the means of transport we use, but also of the places we stay, the food we eat and all the experience we live along the way” .
As part of Nissan’s commitment to achieve carbon neutrality in all operations and product life cycles by 2050, every new Nissan vehicle in key markets will be electrified by the early 2030s.
The Electric Travel Guide is a dynamic application, which will soon be enriched with new destinations and new travel itineraries.
A hotel-spa where you can experience the original Japanese bath, complete with a private thermal spring. A place immersed in nature, surrounded by an enchanting archipelago, the ideal place for those who want to relax and recharge their body and mind.
The Avicii Arena is the largest spherical building in the world and one of Sweden’s most iconic monuments. Formerly known as Ericsson Globe, it represents the “sun” in the Sweden Solar System, a series of artificial structures present in the country, which form the largest model of our solar system in the world. Official home of the Swedish national hockey team, its stages have welcomed some of the greatest artists in the world, including the Rolling Stones, Beyonce, Madonna and Avicii himself (pseudonym of Tim Bergling, DJ and producer).
Fotografiska is Stockholm’s center for contemporary photography. With its mix of cultural events, workshops and exhibitions from some of the world’s most famous photographers, the museum is a meeting place for both locals and tourists. Visitors can also enjoy refined dishes in its starred restaurant, with an unforgettable view over the city.
Djurgården Island is home to some of Stockholm’s most popular museums and cultural attractions, including the Vasa Museum dedicated to the ship that never sailed from Stockholm Harbor, the Skansen Museum of Swedish History and the ABBA Museum.
The Rosendals Garden is a real oasis in the city, with a bar and restaurant located inside a greenhouse. Only the freshest seasonal produce is grown, harvested and cooked here. The bread and desserts are handmade and baked in a wood oven. You can also visit the apple field, the rose garden, the vineyard or the farm shop.
Skansen Museum is the oldest open-air museum in the world, where you can discover how the ancient Swedes lived, how their customs and traditions have evolved over time. Furthermore, precisely because life in Sweden is regulated by the seasons, the museum hosts some unmissable events, from summer concerts to Christmas markets.
At the Nodiska Museum it is possible to see an exhibition of the 40’s apartments in full size. The museum’s Great Hall currently houses an exhibit on life and conditions in the Arctic. With over 1.5 million exhibits and monumental oak statues, Nodiska is Sweden’s largest museum of cultural history.
Waldemarsudde Park is often referred to as “the most beautiful art museum in Sweden”, a somewhat strong phrase, but which makes us understand the importance of the place. The park is full of beautiful buildings surrounded by nature, wonderful gardens and numerous sculptures.
Ellery Beach House is Stockholm’s only beach resort, located at the tip of the island of Lidingö, in perfect 60s / 70s style. There is also a private dock, where you can relax in a refined setting, surrounded by nature, music and art.
Spread over an area of over 650 square miles, there are more than 30,000 islands that make up the Stockholm archipelago. There is something for everyone, from rocky cliffs with their breathtaking views to sandy beaches that offer the perfect place for some relaxation.
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