Covering an area of 449,964km2, Western Europe’s third largest country is a land of contrasts – a delightful undeveloped countryside, extensive pine and birch forests, mountain ranges, immense lakes and vast stretches of coastline, combined with the glorious cosmopolitan cities of Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmo and a wealth of medieval towns.
Urban developments here equal only 1.3% of the total area of the country, leaving one of the most extensive natural wilderness areas on earth.
- Stockholm and her archipelago
- Discover the West Coast by public transport
- Northern Lights holiday in Abisko, Swedish Lapland
Sculpted by nature, the spectacular landscape of the fjords and southern Norway – green mountains, blue waters, and thundering waterfalls – cannot fail to impress. Whether an artist, keen walker, or nature lover, this is the location for you. It is here that you will find the fascinating towns of Oslo, Stavanger, Bergen, Ålesund and Trondheim - all ideal destinations for a short break or as a gateway to the natural wonderland of the fjords.
To the north, the wild and weather-beaten Lofoten isles, Vesteralen archipelago, university city of Tromso and the border town of Kirkenes await. With an arctic landscape of mountain peaks, idyllic fishing villages and blue fjords, this region is a wonder to explore. This is the land of the Midnight Sun and of the Northern Lights.
- Norway in a nutshell tour: Oslo - Flam - Bergen
- Summer in Svalbard and Tromso
- Northern Lights short break in Tromso
Copenhagen, the royal capital of Denmark is one of Europe’s oldest and most wonderful capitals. Whether you are looking to shop, enjoy Scandinavian delicacies, visit world-class museums and art galleries or explore the Öresund region, Copenhagen has it all.
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