Scandinavia: Get to know the Nordic countries
Scandinavia is home to some of the most developed countries in the world: Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Iceland. Known for the chill that remains for almost all year, the Nordic countries are on the list of those who enjoy low temperatures and Scandinavia tours beyond travel.
All countries delight in the natural beauty of their many varied landscapes, from their colorful houses, stunning mountains and beautiful Norwegian fjords to the green plains of Denmark and Sweden. It also has another great natural phenomenon besides the Midnight Sun, which attract tourists to northern Scandinavia, the "Aurora Borealis". Get to know the Nordic countries and start planning your next European trip at Nordic Saga!
Its capital, Oslo, is one of the most vibrant cities in all of Scandinavia, with a lively nightlife based on clubs and pubs. In addition, the capital combines its more modern face with the historical legacy of giving good faith, the National Gallery and the Munch Museum, among other highlights of the city. In addition to its vibrant urban life, Norway is known for its unique landscape. The well-known fjords of the Nordic country have been recognized as Patrimony of the Humanity, because it is one of the major natural spectacles by its incredible beauty and also by its great extension.
The wealth of the Nordic country is distributed throughout its territory. Its capital, Stockholm, stretches over the Baltic Sea, where it exposes its 700 years of history, in a total of 14 islands. Lake Malaren means the whole city that enjoys a markedly cosmopolitan character and has a large repertoire of boutiques of renowned Swedish designers of international fame. On the other hand, if in our trip we also wish to delight our palate the destination without a doubt is Gothenburg on the west coast of Sweden.
Copenhagen is the most charming capital of northern Europe. Discovering it becomes an adventure from its winding streets of the old town that we can walk on by bike. Its cafes and royal palaces give the city an aristocratic air that coexists with the avant-garde aspect of the buildings where the financial muscle of the country is.
The best time to enjoy the Finnish capital, Helsinki, is certainly in the summer, when there is a greater number of hours of sunshine that allow you to enjoy its many markets and terraces. A bicycle is the best means of transport to stroll around and visit some of its monuments.
Geologically, Iceland is still a particularly recent area of our planet, so nature continues to use all its creativity to generate unparalleled volcanic landscapes and glaciers there. As if that were not enough, it is still the land of Trolls and Elves, singers and storytellers, nights and days without end, aurora borealis and dramatic skies, colorful mountains and monochromatic beaches, fire and ice.
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