B&B for Garden Lovers

The Garden in Hune, also known as Anne Just's Garden, is a truly a piece of art. Here you will find thematic gardens with...

National Parks in Scandinavia

The Scandinavian region has many national parks, each with its own claim to unique native flora and fauna. Denmark’s parks are very new – the...

Hitting the Walking Trails in Scandinavia

The Scandinavian region is known for its great open landscapes and is a mecca for hikers and backpackers. Waymarked footpaths are found in scenically...

Freedom to Roam in Scandinavia

The freedom to explore nature is considered a birthright of most Scandinavians, and the politicians have seen fit to put that inheritance into law....

Zealand Coast Around Copenhagen

Heading north along the east coast from the Danish capital, Copenhagen, at the town of Helsingør you can be excused for thinking you’ve travelled...

Wild Scandinavia

Photographer, translator and writer Ben Love, originator of the popular Wild Guide books, has traveled to Scandinavia to explore its incredible hidden places. Over...

Unusual Hotel in Copenhagen

“Unusual Hotels of the World” aims to recognize unique and exceptional hotels around the globe and nominated its first venue in Denmark: Copenhagen retro...

Happy Easter in Bornholm

Take your family or best friend to the Danish island of Bornholm this Easter and meet a bison or watch the new dinosaur exhibition...

Room for Rent in Scandinavia

Almost 1 million people used Airbnb in Scandinavia last year, and overnighted more than 3 million times. In 2007, the two design graduates, Brian...

Faroese Knitting Festival

Discover Faraoe Island’s remarkable knitting culture. If you are a pro or just interested in knitting there’s actually a knitting Festival on Faroe Islands...

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