Scandinavia is a unique and unforgettable travel destination. Keep reading to find out everything you need to know to make your visit to the Scandinavian countries amazing.
Oslo, Copenhagen, Stockholm, and the other major cities of Scandinavia have a lot to offer, but you won’t regret allocating some time in your schedule to see rural areas and untouched landscapes. Even smaller towns across the three countries will give you the chance to witness the authentic culture and unique sights that you won’t always find in the big cities.Many people come to Scandinavia to witness the stunning natural sights, including the Midnight Sun, the Northern Lights , and the Polar Nights. The best place to observe the Midnight Sun is in Norway’s northern fjords between late May and late July. Winter in the Arctic Circle is the best time to see the Northern Lights, and you’ll have a greater chance of seeing them away from the major cities. Polar Nights, when night lasts for more than 24 hours, can be experienced in winter.As a rule of thumb, the further north you go in the wintertime, the better the views of the Northern Lights tend to be. While Denmark is full of wonders, unfortunately, it is located too far to the south to serve as a viewing point for the Northern Lights.NEXT: 10 Foods You Have To Try In Scandinavia