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Norway

Norway is without a doubt one of the most beautiful countries in the world. For most people a visit to Norway makes such a big impression that they will want to return again and again.
Natural beauty with fjords, mountains and glaciers is mixed with cultural experiences and a fascinating history.
There are lots of outdoor activities on offer in both summer and winter and excellent opportunities to experience Nordic wildlife.
In the northern part of the country you can witness the amazing northern lights in the winter and the midnight sun in the summer.

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Highlights

Oslo – the capital of Norway
Oslo Opera House
Vigeland Sculpture Park
Holmenkollen Skijump
Astrup Fearnley Museum
Munch Museum
Vikingship Museum
Fram and Kontiki Museums

Other well known cities and towns

Bergen – hanseatic quarter and the fish and flower market
Stavanger – the charming old town with wooden houses
Trondheim with the Nidaros Dome
Tromsø – land of midnight sun and polar nights
Ålesund with the Art Nouveau architecture

Places to visit

Geirangerfjord
Aurland and Nærøyfjords, branches of the Sognefjord
Lysefjord
Hardangerfjord
Lofoten Islands
Atlantic Road
North Cape
Svalbard
Flåmsbana Railway
Stave churches
Trollstigen
Snowhotels in Kirkenes and Alta
Hurtigruten – the coastal voyage

Denmark

Denmark is the bridge to the rest of Europe, connected to Germany in the south of Jutland.
The historical sights are fascinating and scattered throughout the country. Hightlights are the castles of Frederiksborg and Kronborg in North Sealand and you will also find lots of remnants from the Vikings and other historical periods in the large number of museums.
Denmark is also famous for culture, design, food and architecture.
The New Nordic Cuisine is known worldwide and there are lots of interesting restaurants to try out.
Denmark is a paradise for cyclists with hundred of kilometers of cycle routes

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Highlights

Copenhagen – the capital of Denmark
Rosenborg and Aamlienborg Castles
Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek
Carlsberg Visitors Center
Crististiansborg (house of the parliament)
Tivoli Gardens
Freetown Christiania
The Little Mermaid
Designmuseum
Nyhavn and Rundetårn (The Round Tower)
Statens Museum for Kunst (Denmark´s National Gallery)

Other well known cities and towns

Århus with Den Gamle By (The Old Town) and AROS art Museum
Odense – birth town of Hans Christian Andersen
Roskilde with the Viking Ship Museum and twin-towered Cathedral
Ribe with its cathedral
Skagen – Denmark´s northernmost settlement

Places to visit

The islands of Funen, Bornholm, Ærø, Fanø etc.
Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerød
Kronborg Castle in Helsingør
Louisana Museum of Art in Humlebaek
Egeskov Castle on Funen
Legoland in Billund
The Lake District around Silkeborg with outdoor activities
Christmas markets

Sweden

Denmark is the bridge to the rest of Europe, connected to Germany in the south of Jutland.
The historical sights are fascinating and scattered throughout the country. Hightlights are the castles of Frederiksborg and Kronborg in North Sealand and you will also find lots of remnants from the Vikings and other historical periods in the large number of museums.
Denmark is also famous for culture, design, food and architecture.
The New Nordic Cuisine is known worldwide and there are lots of interesting restaurants to try out.
Denmark is a paradise for cyclists with hundred of kilometers of cycle routes

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Highlights

Stockholm – the capital of Sweden
Old Town (Gamla Stan)
Vasa Museum
Skansen Open Air Museum
City Hall
Archipelago with idyllic islands
Moderna Museet
Royal Palace
Stockholm Cathedral
Drottningholm Palace

Other well known cities and towns

Uppsala – university town with a lot of history
Gothenburg – lots of culture and entertainment
Malmö – Sweden´s third largest city
Kalmar with its spectacular castle – Kalmar Slott

Places to visit

Sigtuna – village founded around AD 980 the oldest surviving town in Sweden
The islands of Öland and Gotland
Region of Småland with The Kingdom of Crystal
Vadstena Castle
Gripsholm Castle
Smålands Museum in Växjö
Icehotel outside Kiruna
Lake Siljan Region with Dalarna
Region of Småland
Norrland – the northern half of Sweden and a paradise for nature lovers

Finland

Finland has been nicknamed “The land of the thousand lakes” and its natural beauty is the perfect backdrop for both summer and winter activities.
The Finnish sauna is a substantial part of the Finnish culture with more than three million saunas for a population of five million inhabitants. Make sure to try out a sauna and if you are brave combine it with a dip in a cold lake. Finland is also the country of Northern lights and midnight sun.
In the shops of Helsinki, you will discover the world famous Finnish Design and in Lapland you can visit the home of Santa Claus and try out a wide selection of snow activities with snow scooters, huskies and reindeer.

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Highlights

Helsinki – the capital of Finland
Suomenlinna – an old Sea Fortress
Ateneum Art Galley
Tuomiokirkko
Temppeliaukion Kirkko
Design Museum
Sibelius Monument
Seurasaari Open Air Museum

Important places

Tampere – scenic town set between two lakes
Turku – rich cultural history
Rovaniemi with Santa Claus Village and outdoor activities
Oulu with center spread across several islands
Savonlinna with Olavinlinna Castle
Kuopio with cruises on the lakes

Other places to visit

Icebreaker in Kemi
Siida in Inari
Arktikum in Rovaniemi
Porvoo – medieval wooden town
Ranua Zoo
Alvar Aalto Museum in Jyväskyla
Åland archipelago
Hämenlinna – Finland´s oldest inland town with Häme Castle
Lakeland and Karelia in the south of Finland