Scandinavian countries share their Nordic geography, history and culture. With Royalty, adventure and stories of Vikings, you will experience stories of old, unspoilt landscapes, beautiful Fjordlands and not forgetting the famous Northern Lights.
Denmark has a modern and contemporary lifestyle yet is filled with historic castles and one of the oldest monarchies. Offering cosmopolitan cities with cutting-edge architecture and off-the-beaten-track villages it certainly combines the old with the new. The landscapes vary from sand dunes to wide open seas and with excellent transport it’s easy to see all this fantastic places.
Finland is a place of fresh natural beauty, unpolluted air and extremely friendly people. Each of its regions has a certain character of its own from the picturesque lakes to the wilds of Lapland. It’s a fabulous place to visit in all seasons with Reindeer safaris, ice swimming, skiing, and with trendy shopping districts, museums and festive markets you will be sure to enjoy.
Velkomin to Iceland! is something that you will probably hear quite a few times on your visit; this means welcome and it’s really meant. Iceland is also the USA’s closest neighbour! While you’re here you can slip into the waters of the geo-thermally heated “Blue Lagoon” or explore the geysers, waterfalls and hot springs. This sure is a place you could keep discovering.
Norway adventures are action ready, with mountain walks, hiking and biking, tracking polar bears and gazing at the Aurora Borealis, and if this isn’t enough you can even gaze at the midnight sun. After all that, you can have delicious food and wine or choose to indulge in a luxury Spa treatment.
A stroll through the beautiful Swedish countryside can lead to some ancient king’s burial mound or to ship-shaped stone graves. With scenery of pastoral beauty, intense green countryside, little red cottages, Sweden is mostly famous for its clear blue water. Visitors come to Sweden as much for the night clubs and fantastic new restaurants as they do for wilderness, beauty and visits to wooden-horse factories.