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Go North for a journey you’ll never forget
Immerse yourself in Scandinavia and Northern Europe’s unique cultural heritage and witness breathtaking scenery as you search for the Northern Lights.
On an Insight Vacations tour, you’ll never be short of things to do in Scandinavia, each country brimming with character. Not only will you see views unlike anywhere else in the world, but we’ve also handpicked experiences to delight all the senses. Meet a local family at a Tomato Farm in Fridheimar, or play with adorable Alaskan Huskies in Alta.
On an Insight Vacations tour, you’ll experience all that Scandinavia and Northern Europe have to offer. Here are a few of the highlights that our guests remember for years after they’ve returned home.
Northern Lights of Scandinavia
When visiting Tromsø you'll be immersed in tradition as part of this MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experience. Enjoy dinner and games, and discover the resilience and sustainability of Sami traditions.
Admire the beautiful views from your high-class, sea-view cabin as your cruise through the largest archipelago in the world.
Natural Wonders of Iceland
Visit Hellisheiði, the second-largest geothermal heat and electric power station in the world, which has provided 70% of the country's energy consumption through renewable sources.
Take a stroll along Strøget in Copenhagen, the longest pedestrian shopping street in Europe, and don’t leave without a visit to Tivoli Gardens, the second oldest theme park in the world.
When to go: May-October for the warmest climates and clearer skies to show off the incredible vistas Denmark offers.
From exploring Finland’s unspoiled wilderness to the contemporary architecture of its modern towns, this forward-thinking land is one revered by many. Home to 188,000 shimmering lakes, 37 national parks and a number of picturesque inlets and islands, you’ll be transfixed by its irresistible natural beauty.
When to go: Winters in Finland are beautiful but cold. Head to the destination between June and August for the warmest climates and to experience the country’s immense forests and lakes.
Iceland is a country for the adventurous. Known for its mind-bending landscapes and awe-inspiring natural phenomena, this rugged land, with all its raw, dramatic landscapes should be on your bucket list. Prepare to experience a world of gushing waterfalls, volcanoes and hot springs.
When to go: For maximum impact head to Iceland in winter, its prime, for snowy backdrops and outstanding views. In the summer months the weather is mild but not hot, perfect for those wanting to explore its outdoors with more ease.
Prepare for breathtaking fjords, spectacular waterfalls, forests, mountains and glaciers as you make your way around this beautiful country.
When to go: For the best weather to enjoy Norway’s outdoors, head to the country between May and August. For a wintry, wrapped up experience, December is a festive treat.
Sweden’s capital of Stockholm is built on a group of 14 islands, which is interesting enough on its own. But there are many more reasons to love one of Europe’s oldest cities, including the quaint Old Town, museums, art galleries, cafes and restaurants.
When to go: June-August for the best temperatures which allows the best chance to experience the incredible variety on offer.
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