Swedish City Highlights – Malmö & Lund in Comparison

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Each show two completely different sides of the country – the new and the old, the industrious and the quaint.

Five Island Treasures of Finland’s Baltic Coast

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California-sized Finland is home to nearly 180,000 islands. These five examples along the Baltic coast, all in close reach of one another and within the National Park, are a great place to start understanding just how special this place can be.

Planning a Trip to Scandinavia

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Northern Europe is one of the most fascinating regions in the world with its vast, raw landscapes, amazing architecture, and sophisticated cities. Brooke Thio shares essential information to help you plan your trip around Scandinavia and its neighbors.

Six Tips for Exploring Stockholm on a Budget

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Foreign tourists often skip Stockholm. one of Europe’s great capitals, because it’s perceived to be out of the way or too expensive. Matthew Stone reveals how it is possible to explore Stockholm on a budget.

9 Incredible Things to Experience in Iceland

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The Blue Lagoon, waterfalls, glaciers, geysers, and volcanoes. Most travelers know the heavy-hitters when it comes to Iceland’s attractions. But the small country has more than its share of natural wonders, geological anomalies, and beautiful vistas, and there’s so much more to explore.

Embraced by Helsinki, Finland

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You may not consider the Finnish language an embrace, writes Terje Raa, but you do come to like the sound of it – loud, a touch of sharpness and completely unintelligible.

The Bottom of Oslo, Norway

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Whether you visit Copenhagen or Oslo, you can easily take a mini-cruise to the other capital. They are widely different, writes Terje Raa.

On Track in Norway – Scandinavia, Europe

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Neha Puntambekar takes one of the best railway journeys in the world. She is impressed.

Fox Fire – Kemi, Finland, Scandinavia, Europe

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Philip Blazdell travelled to the Lumilnna Snow Castle on the northern coast of the Gulf of Bothnia in February 2008. The castle is built each winter and is open from February to late March or early Ap

Stockholm Retro – Sweden, Europe

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In Stockholm, Terje Raa approaches a tall lady who had a voice like a man, a career among the Nazis and who was born 100 years ago.