The land of great outdoors and snowy adventures, giant fjords and the enchanting Northern Lights, otherwise known as the Aurora Borealis.
Climb aboard a Viking Ship in medieval Denmark, go dog sledding in Finland, or taste the local flavours straight from the fish markets in Sweden.
- The Aurora Borealis
- Giant fjords and inspiring natural beauty unlike any other
- The pretty Old Town and 30,000 islands of Stockholm
- The Viking Ship Museum in the medieval capital of Denmark
A land of adventurous days and endless nights, Scandinavia is a place of natural beauty and inspiring outdoors. The home of fabulous fjords, here wilderness lovers can do a wide range of outdoor hiking, biking, climbing, and even dog sledding.
Learn about the history of Viking raiders as you sail a Viking ship along the fjord at the Viking Ship Museum in Denmark. Explore your inner style-guru in Helsinki, home to grand architecture and design or take part in the Swedish ritual of “fika”, a relaxing coffee break and dessert.
Visit Santa in his home right along the Arctic Circle in a small Finnish town or step back in time at the Medieval festival in Visby. But before you go, witness magic and see the Aurora Borealis with your own eyes.
Best time to visit:
November to March is the peak season for viewing the Northern Lights.
For warmer weather visit April to May.