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The people of Scandinavia (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway & Sweden) share common bonds wrought by their Nordic geography, culture and history. It sets their world apart - and is poised to inspire yours.
Denmark offers cosmopolitan cities, classic and cutting-edge design and architecture, quaint off-the-beaten-path villages, fairytale castles and centuries-old monuments. Denmark's landscape varies from mighty sand dunes, wide-open seascapes and heather heaths to downs and woodland inlets. There are rolling country sides, white cliffs and rocky isles.
Finland is a great place to visit in all seasons. Winter offers some of Finland's most exotic opportunities. Reindeer safaris, husky safaris, snowmobile safaris, Lapland holidays & day trips to see Santa, ice swimming, icebreaker cruises, downhill skiing, snowboarding, the spectacular Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) and castles of ice and snow can make for a very active day! Favourite summer time pursuits include sailing and biking. And at all times concert halls, medieval towns, festive markets, trendy shopping districts, museums and other novel places invite visitors to share the lifestyle of some of the best educated people in the world.
Iceland - Home of The Midnight Sun, glaciers, fjords, geysers and whale watching.
Norway - Visit the world-famous fjords of western Norway for sheer scenic thrills. Cast a fishing line or join a whale safari. See the Aurora Borealis, the Northern Lights, and the summer Midnight Sun. Learn the ancient folkways of the indigenous Sami people. Track polar bears in the remote islands of Svalbard. Adventurers have an action-ready, picturesque landscape in Norway: mountain walks, hiking, biking, skiing, kayaking.
Travellers to Sweden will find it safe, easy and convenient as they explore this completely modern land immersed in nature and its beauty.