Scandinavia and particularly Norway is an amazing travel destination. Gothenburg, Sweden – Sweden’s second city, Gothenburg may be at heart an industrial port city, but its wide avenues, leafy parks, world-class museums and lively student population make it an atmospheric place to spend a weekend. Hop on one of the fun and efficient trams that criss-cross the city to visit its many parks, galleries and attractive regenerated neighbourhoods, or leap on a ferry and venture further afield to explore the islands of the southern archipelago.
Lofoten, Norway – Adventure seekers will find plenty of thrills in the arctic seas around this northern congregation of Norwegian islands. Get your adrenaline rush surfing the frigid crescents off Unstad, or go for a midnight kayak trip with the sun as your backdrop, spotting porpoises and schools of herring along the way-just don’t forget your wet suit. Angling enthusiasts might also charter a boat to try their hands at catching halibut, haddock, and skrei, the massive cod that call these waters home. After a day on the waves, retire to one of the red fishing cabins, known locally as rorbu, that line the region’s scenic harbors. Prefer more traditional lodgings? You’ll find larger hotel options (Thon is a standout) in the bustling port town of Svolv?r. Extra info regarding this travel agency in europe
Skagen, Denmark – Set on a narrow spit of land with breezy beaches on both sides, Skagen is Denmark’s northernmost town – and one of its prettiest, too, with mustard-yellow houses lining the streets. Since the Nordic Impressionists arrived here more than a century ago, attracted by the big skies and soft golden light, the artists have kept on coming. Now the town is dotted with galleries, workshops and antiques shops. Cycle a few kilometres northeast of town to the sandbar called Grenen, where Denmark ends, and you can watch two separate seas sloshing together before your eyes.
During your vacation in Sweden, you must visit one of the best places in Stockholm – Nobel Museum. The museum in the city center was opened in 2001 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Nobel Prize. When visiting the museum, you will find out about the entire history of the Nobel Prize, and also learn about the most important people, who have contributed to the global change, life prosperity, earth, and space perception. It is interesting that everyone, who has received the Nobel Prize, has signed-in in the guest’s book of this museum’s cafe.
Suomenlinna Finland fortress – This sea fortress is one Finland’s most popular attractions. There is so much history and culture to be learned here. Originally used for protection of the eastern parts of Europe in the 18th century is now a place of residence and holds many museums. This is a great place to visit all year round and ferries can get very packed on summer days. Extra info on article about traveling in vietnam
When walking in Copenhagen, it is basically impossible to miss the very unique and ancient building – the Round Tower. It is the viewing tower and astronomical observatory, that is connected to the academic library. The 17th-century tower has a vintage style, and the combination of yellow and red bricks create an unique design. This tower impresses not only with its shape but also with a wide corridor, that rises upwards like a spiral – this is the only way to reach the observation deck and the library hall, where various exhibitions and concerts often take place.