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About Scandinavia

About Scandinavia

Scandinavia is an astonishing destination that encompasses five distinct countries, united in their maritime way of life. To travel to Scandinavia is to experience cruising through majestic fjords, flavoring traditional fish dishes featuring berries, walking the cobbled streets of Unesco-listed cities, and learning about the ever-present Viking heritage. Travel to Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark on a single trip, or treasure your time in the region and explore one marvelous country at a time. Scandinavian gems are excellent summer destinations, but let us point out that you shouldn't disregard winter as it's the ideal time to witness Northern Lights' magical phenomenon.

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Top Attractions in Scandinavia

Top Attractions in Scandinavia

Blue Lagoon, Iceland

Set in the surreal surroundings of an ancient lava field on the Reykjanes peninsula of Iceland - the Blue Lagoon is the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate.

Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen is a blend of modern architecture and history with Viking spirit. Moreover, it is often called one of Europe's most enjoyable and livable cities.

Flamsbana Railway, Norway

The Flam Railway is regarded as a masterpiece of Norwegian engineering as is one of the world's steepest railway lines on normal gauge.

Frogner Park, Oslo

Frogner Park is a public park in Oslo that contains the world famous Vigeland installation - a permanent sculpture installation created by Gustav Vigeland.

Helsinki, Finland

Helsinki is often referred to as a city of contrasts: Eastern and Western influences, dramatically varied daylight conditions and silence in the middle of an urban jam.

Helsinki Tram Ride
Ride one of the oldest electrified tram systems in the world while in Helsinki.
National Museum, Copenhagen

The National Museum is the largest museum of cultural history in Denmark. Here you can see ancient animal skeletons, Viking treasures, Renaissance artifacts and learn the history of Denmark.

Nyhavn, Copenhagen, Denmark

This picturesque part of Copenhagen is a bustling pedestrian street with colorful old houses on both sides of the canal, packed with old wooden ships which create an unforgettable maritime atmosphere.

Old Stock Exchange, Copenhagen

The Old Stock Exchange is one of the oldest buildings in the city. It is situated very close to the city center and is easily recognized by its most unique spire in the Copenhagen skyline.

Oslo, Norway

Oslo feels like the perfect blend of nature and city life. When in this beautiful city you are never far away from a park. In Oslo everyone could find something to their liking.

Reykjavik, Iceland

Being the world's northernmost capital, unique Reykjavik is the largest and most-visited one of Iceland, serving as a gateway to the rugged adventure options beyond.

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm is a truly vibrant city with style in its genes. It is the best place to experience the beauty, simplicity and functionality of Scandinavian design. Experience the cosmopolitan capital with 700 year old secrets.

Stockholm Old Town, Sweden

The Old Town also called Gamla Stan is Stockholm's original city center which primarily consists of the island Stadsholmen. This part of town dates back to the 13th century.

The Golden Circle, Iceland

The Golden Circle is a popular tourist route in South Iceland, covering about 300 km encircling Reykjavík, the central part of the country and back.

The Little Mermaid, Copenhagen, Denmark

There's a very unique place in Copenhagen, in this city lives a Little Mermaid who sits on a rock by the waterside along the Langelinie promenade.

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