Travel Guide: Books & Maps that give you insider, local and sustainable information
Good Goal offers free information on its website about the sustainable, innovative, authentic and local places you have to visit in various European cities such as Barcelona, Madrid, London, Paris, Ghent, Budapest and others. These places include vegan eateries, specialty coffee bars, parks, craft beer breweries, green hotels, etc. But we also took on the challenge to create actual Travel Books & Maps for various cities!
Travel Guide – Sustainable Ghent Map – 2017
Very proud to present our sustainable Ghent map! With the nicest local food stores, vegan cafés, slow food restaurants, craft beer bars, sustainable fashion stores and much more. Available for free, in Flemish and English, at many points in the city, including those at the first page of our Ghent section.
Travel Guide – Sustainable Madrid Map – 2017
Good Goal, in collaboration with Wecoplan and plenty of local projects created a map of the most sustainable spots in Madrid. Vegan cafés, food markets, sustainable fashion stores, local experiences, wellness institutes, etc., you can find it all on our map. You can get the map for free at more than 30 spots in the city, written in English and Spanish! Independent places, sustainable innovation and authentic experiences. Find the map at the places that are on the first page of our Madrid section or at various cultural institutes in the city.
Travel Guide – Sustainable Brussels Map – 2017
Thanks to the support of many, we were able to create a printed map of the sustainable spots in Brussels. The most unique and innovative restaurants, cafés, shops, zero waste food stores, experiences and more in Brussels. You can get the map for free at more than 30 spots in the city, written in English, French and Dutch! Independent places, sustainable innovation and authentic experiences. Find the map at the places that are on the first page of our Brussels section or at one of Brussels’ sustainable, responsible, green and unique hostels and hotels
Travel Guide – Sustainable Barcelona Map – 2017
Thanks to the support of many, we were able to create a printed map of the sustainable spots in Barcelona. The most unique and innovative restaurants, cafés, shops, wellness, experiences and more in Barcelona, including some to discover the rest of Catalonia. You can get the map for free at more than 30 spots in the city, written in English, Spanish and Catalan! Independent work, sustainable innovation and authentic experiences. Find the map at the places that are on the first page of our Barcelona section or at one of Barcelona’s sustainable, responsible, green and unique hostels and hotels.
Travel Guide – Madrid Book – 2016
If you want to visit Madrid in the most original and unique way, Good Goal’s Madrid Book, is all you need! We created a book which combines Madrid’s most famous and known landmarks, with cultural tips of all kinds, sustainable spots, restaurants, shops, projects, and so on! A complete overview of the city, one that focuses on authenticity and sustainability. To give you the nicest experience, to let you discover the most hidden and unique spots, and to promote and encourage the sustainable pioneers in the city.
Where to find Good Goal’s Madrid Guide?
We’re delighted that several sustainable pioneers in the city are selling our guide! The book is for sale at:
- Sustainable fashion store The Circular Project Shop (C/Ventura Rodríguez 22);
- Specialty beer store Buena Pinta (C/ Embajadores 41);
- Craft beer bar Irreale (C/ Manuela Malasaña 20);
- Vegetarian eatery La Hummuseria (C/ Hernán Cortés 8);
- Vegan café VEGA (C/ la Luna 9);
- Sustainable hairdresser Santa Monica Cut & Color (C/del Pez 14);
- Sustainable object store Ecomanía (C/Belén 4);
- Ethical and vegan fashion shop Justo Akí (C/ del Cardenal Cisneros 20);
- Local and slow fashion store Wanderer (C/ del Amparo 42);
- Craft beer brewpub Fábrica Maravillas (C/de Valverde 29);
- Art and vegan food bar Distrito Vegano (C/ Doctor Fourquet 32);
- In our online shop.
Travel Guide – Valencia Book – 2016
Good Goal’s Valencia book combines the major places of interest, with information on all the sustainable places and projects in the city. These include slow food restaurants, vegan and vegetarian eateries, the most interesting parks, craft beer bars, markets and specialty coffee bars, independent shops, etc. Valencia is a unique city, one that combines city life, beach and nature. With the authentic and honest information of Good Goal’s Valencia Guide, you’re able to discover the most innovative yet local parts of it. Printed by a cooperative in Spain; September 2016.
Where to find Good Goal’s Valencia Guide?
We’re honored that we can count on the cooperation of several cafés, eateries and stores in Valencia which are selling our book. Moreover, by visiting them, you’re putting your first steps into sustainable and innovative Valencia. You just need to find one place that sells our book on your own. After that, our book will take care of you! Above all: enjoy the journey!
- Organic eatery Suc de Lluna (C/ Jorge Juan 19);
- Local souvenir and items shop Atypical Valencia (C/ Cavallers 10);
- Specialty coffee bar Coffee Time Artisan Roasters (Plaça del Baró de Cortés);
- Vegetarian restaurant La Lluna (C/ Sant Ramon 23);
- Craft beer bar La Birreria (C/ Carles Cervera 22);
- Bed and Breakfast Zalamera (C/ Pelai 44);
- Ecological Orxata café Casa de l’Orxata (C/ Jorge Juan 19).
- And, you can also order the book online.
Travel Guide – Barcelona Book – 2016
Good Goal is an independent guide. No advertisements in this book, no paid reviews (not even a paid drink!); every place is visited and independently reviewed by ourselves. We believe this is the only way to give you honest, transparent information about the innovative, sustainable scene in the city. We worked months to deliver the first Barcelona book that will show you what Barcelona really is: a marvelous Mediterranean city, with hundreds and thousands of passionate people. Printed in Barcelona itself; in July 2016.
Where can you find Good Goal’s Barcelona Guide?
We’re honored to have several selling points in the city, and the numbers keep adding. You just need to find one place that sells our book on your own. After that, our book will take care of you! Above all: enjoy the journey!
- Craft beer & vegan burger bar CatBar (C/ de la Bòria 17);
- Slow food restaurant Due Spaghi (C/ Sepulveda 151);
- Slow fashion store Malahierba (C/ de Bonavista 26);
- Sustainable massage institute Under Pressure Massage Barcelona (C/ Roger de Lluria 110);
- Sustainable hair saloon Alone (C/ de l’Encarnació 42);
- Slow food restaurant Hàbaluc (C/ Enric Granados 41);
- Craft beer bar and shop The Beerket (C/ Còrsega 379);
- Eco Youth Hostel Barcelona – Sleep Green (Ronda Universitat 15);
- Vegan fashion and items store Amapola Vegan Shop (Travessera de Gràcia 129);
- Eco Youth Hostel Barcelona – Sleep Green (Ronda Universitat 15);
- Upcycled jewelry and accessory shop Ernesto de Barcelona (C/ Call 7);
- Ecological ice cream parlour Bodevici (C/ Torrijos 21);
- Craft beer bar HomoSibaris (Plaça d’Osca 4);
- Shop selling “Made in Barcelona”-products OMG BCN (Plaza de la Llana 7);
- Sustainable furniture store L’estoc (C/ Amogàvers 225);
- Craft beer bar La Més Petita (C/ Diputació 30);
- Espadrille shop La Manual Alpargatera (C/ D’Avinyó 7);
- Art space and raw café Blueproject (C/ Princesa 57);
- Organic eatery NABIBI Vital Cooking (C/ Marià Aguiló 61);
- Sustainable fashion store Moda en Positivo (C/ Sant Joaquim 28);
- Waste-free food store Handsel & Granel (A/ Princep d’Asturies 13);
- Gràcia’s artisan association El taller dels oficis (C/ Torrent de l’Olla 87);
- Ecological hairsaloon Hammam & Henna (C/ Muntaner 14).
And, you can also order the book online.
Want to co-create something in a city that Good Goal is working in?
We’ll soon publish more maps and books. So stay tuned, for instance via our Facebookpage! And if we haven’t got a book yet, you’ll always be able to access our free information on sustainable places in various European cities via www.goodgoal.org. If you’re a sustainable brand or project that wants to highlight sustainable places in your city, and want to co-create something, we’re always eager on collaborating and checking the opportunities together. An email to firstname.lastname@example.org is the way to go.