Warm-hearted, fun loving and free-spirited, Denmark is a traveler's delight. Denmark offers an interesting mix of lively cities and rural countryside. Ancient castles, ring forts, jazz festivals, the sleekest modern design you'll ever see and the people who invented Lego.
Finland is perhaps best known for its peacefulness and beautiful nature. During the months of the midnight sun, coastal regions are a sailing and fishing paradise. Everything from sophisticated Helsinki to magnificent islands and lakes, wilderness adventures, reindeer safaris, dog sledding, and more.
An entirely improbable land at the top of the world, Iceland contains (among other things) a visible line separating two continents, glaciers covering volcanoes, thirty-foot-high exploding gouts of hot water, the landscape used by NASA to represent the Moon, people speaking ancient Norse and a town entirely overrun by elves.
Norway is a country of contrasts, with scenery so varied it never ceases to amaze. Norway invites exploration, with its steep and jagged fjords, salmon-filled rivers, glaciers, mountains, and meadows. In the winter, the shimmering aurora borealis (northern lights) are the lure, before giving way to the midnight sun of summer.
With countless lakes and waterways, surrounded by vast pine and spruce forests in the north, mixed with romantic oak, birch and other leafy forests further south, it offers blood-boiling rapids, soothing streams and wakeboarding waves. And there is so much more - from the Höganäs ceramics of western Skåne in the south, to the finely carved wood, bone and textile handicrafts of the Sami people in northern Lapland.