Norway is without a doubt one of the most beautiful places on Earth. It is a home to fascinating history, stunning cities and more natural wonders than we can count. Its rich cultural heritage can be found around every corner in the architectural style of its buildings and monuments as well as in the variety of galleries and museums.

From the cosmopolitan capital of Oslo to the coast, from the forests to the fjords, Norway offers something truly special to its visitors. It needs to be seen to be believed!



Warmed by the Gulf Stream, Finland enjoys four distinct seasons. In the land of the Midnight Sun, the lush countryside basks in nurturing sunshine for 15 hours a day during summer. In the northern regions, the sun shines 24 hours a day for two months of the year. Follow the scenic King’s Road that stretches west of Helsinki to the 770-year-old former capital of Turku and east to the Lake District. 

Gaze upon the largest archipelago in Europe created by thousands of islands cradling the southern coast. Explore the sparsely inhabited landscape of Lapland above the Arctic Circle in the north. Find a vibrant, sophisticated culture of fascinating history and unspoiled natural beauty in this star of the Nordic Countries.


Denmark is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. It is a land of history, mystery, natural beauty and complete serenity. Even though it is a small country, Denmark has a lot to offer to its visitors from forts and palaces, through famous architecture to art galleries and museums.

Denmark is the perfect refuge to beat stress accumulated through the year. 


Once a person explores its culture, unique cuisine, and particularly Danish inventions, they will fall in love with this little country with a big heart.



Sweden takes you on top of the world. Once in a lifetime opportunity is to see the northern lights dancing across the sky or to experience the Midnight sun. There is so much to be explored – from the exotic tundra of Lapland above the Arctic Circle to the peaceful countryside lakes and forests spread across the country.


Meanwhile Stockholm takes the breath with astonishing buildings, palaces, and museums that speak of its 700-years of history.


The chilliest thing about Iceland is its name. Witness extraordinary views of surging geysers, thundering waterfalls and moonlike volcanic craters. Experience the magnificence of Europe’s largest glacier. Cozy, charming, and with a village feel, visitors are safe to walk the streets of the city of Reykjavik. With modern conveniences, a high quality of life and world-class services, Iceland’s capital is still only a 15-minute cab ride from harsh and wild natural scenery. A European outpost with an exciting, lively, and vibrant ancient culture, Iceland is constantly being rediscovered.


Faroe Islands

The Faroe Islands are a self-governing nation within the Kingdom of Denmark.

The Faroe Islands boasts isolated villages and dramatic mountains. This out-of-the-way place in the frothing swells of the North Atlantic Ocean gives travellers solitude in unparalleled surroundings.


This small but abounding corner of the Baltics is a real cultural treasure.While being a former Soviet Republic and boasting a rich medieval history, Estonia traditionally shares its ethnic and linguistic roots with Finland and stems greatly from peasant culture. Thus Estonian countryside is dotted with traditional cottages as well as large castles and manors. City breakers can explore the early 13th-century Tallinn Old Town including Toompea Castle, the domed church of Toomkirik, and the town hall square Raekoja Plats. Walk beneath ancient stonewalls on winding, cobbled streets and follow torch lit alleys to secret stairways and climb to tower ramparts.


Combining cultures of east and west, Lithuania is a fascinating destination for every traveller. The capital of Vilnius holds a wealth of architectural styles in its churches and towers, fortifications, and secluded medieval courtyards, and the narrow streets provide an eclectic mix of Gothic, Renaissance and Classical styles, though Baroque is dominant. The Lithuania of today invites travelers from all over the world to experience its warm hospitality, beautiful countryside and picturesque wooded hills. As the geographic center of Europe, Lithuania is truly in the middle of it all.


Field upon field of green countryside dotted only by the occasional centuries-old farmstead. Winding trails snaking through thick forests of pine scattered with wild mushrooms and berry bushes. Gentle waves lapping a pristine pebble beach. The image of a true Latvian landscape is one that’s best enjoyed slowly. Latvia’s charming small towns and countryside contrast nicely with the vibrancy of its capital city Riga, a true metropolis. The Baltic state offers an exciting mix for culture lovers, outgoing outdoor types and foodies. A proud Euro member state, visiting Latvia is an easy addition when traveling to other European destinations.


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