4 Reasons To Celebrate The Norwegian National Day In The Country's Capital Of Oslo

We celebrate the Norwegian National Day on the 17th of May every year; not only is it of great historic significance to Norwegians, it's also symbolically known as the Children’s Day; with children being the future of the nation.

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Reindeer sledding at Harriniva

Our 10 favourite snow sports and adventures during a Scandinavian winter holiday

Now is a great time to book your winter holiday in the Nordics for the next snow season, but you better hurry! Imagine having a white Christmas and / or New Year, full of hearty food and amazing snow sports and adventures... And if you're worried that you'll be cold and house-bound due to the weather... Think again!

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Easter

How about spending your next Easter in Finland?

Many overseas travellers seem to overlook the late winter / early springtime in the Nordics, however it is a fantastic time to visit the region. There are less crowds and there is still plenty of snow in the north and sunshine in the south. Furthermore, there are certain foods and traditions that you will not come across any other time of the year!

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Scandinavia tours from Australia

Scandinavia is certainly taking hold for travellers from Australia. A very delightful trend is that travellers today are seeking to include more than the main attractions into their holiday.

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