6 Must-Visit Destinations In Scandinavia

by Daily Scandinavian Travel Guide to Scandinavia
More than just the home of Ikea, the northern European province of Scandinavia is fast becoming one of the most renowned travel destinations on the world map. From deep fjords to vibrant Nordic cities, the region is filled with so many fascinating sites that are worth exploring. However, the big headache is which places deserve a place in your travel itinerary.

Wander through the beautiful Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen:

The Tivoli amusement park & its gorgeous gardens are home to over twenty attractions, including halls of mirrors, a roller coaster, roundabouts, puppet, pantomime, open-air theatres, and puppet. Amidst the flower gardens, there’re plenty of cafes and restaurants, making it very enjoyable especially during the summer months. You must have seen this park in several movies and is arguably Copenhagen’s most popular attraction.

Island hop around the Jaw-dropping Lofoten Islands, Norway:

Discover pleasant Norwegian fishing communities – packed with anchored fishing vessels, and racks of drying stock fish – throughout the Lofoten Islands. Enclosed by spectacular rocky mountains with magnificent sights of Vestfjord, the capital  Svolvaer is an ideal base for island hopping through ferryboat. Home to world’s largest cold-water reef, the Lofoten Islands are ideal for deep-sea fishing. Besides its panoramic splendor & fishing culture, you will get a chance to enjoy the most interesting activities, such as hiking, kayaking, and biking around its craggy summits & admire the unparalleled beauty of Norway.

Stockholm Metro Station, Stockholm, Sweden:

Unofficially recognized as the world’s longest art gallery, the metro station has some fascinating paintings to be discovered. The first underground painting was painted in the 1970s. The vivid rugged surface of the walls & ceiling offers a dreamlike impression of flaming space. 90 of 100 stations exhibit paintings of almost 150 artists.

Lapland, Norway & Sweden:

Shivering forests, wood-fired saunas, reindeer meat and steaming cups of lingonberry juice: Lapland has managed to roll Scandinavia’s most remarkable scenes into a solitary huge landscape. Taxing climatic conditions & the area’s massive dimension can make your exploration a steady process, but with the luxury of a long vacation, you will get a decent flavor for life in the north.

Explore Legoland in Billund, Denmark:

The renowned Danish theme park Legoland in Billund is a great fun to explore! 340 billion pieces of Lego & numerous rides can offer amusement for days! Every building, boat, train, and the car is built from millions of Lego blocks in astonishing detail. Plenty of outdoor and indoor activities to be enjoyed here.

Hopefully, these above-mentioned tips will offer you a reasonable Travel Guide to Scandinavia. Wishing you the best of luck for your upcoming Scandinavia trip!

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