Copenhagen, the largest city in Scandinavia, is home to the oldest kingdom in the world. Since the bronze life-size statue of the "Little Horn" of Hans Christian Andersen, Town Hall Square and the Castle of Kristianmporgk, Copenhagen has cultural and historical wealth and is a wonderful city for walking . Tour the shopping center or enjoy the lush gardens of Tivoli and entertainment venues in the surrounding area. Visit the port Nichavn and relax in an outdoor cafe or wander boat canals of Copenhagen.
Hamburg is a modern city with a strong sense of history and can be proud of one of the most special collections of artistic and architectural monuments in Europe, like the church of Agios Nikolaos and the ancient settlement. Furthermore with all the entertainment options you'd expect from the second largest city of Germany, Hamburg proved to be an incredible destination for foreign visitors.
The city of Karlskrona is spread over 30 islands in the eastern part of Blekinge archipelago. Outside the city lies the archipelago of Karlskrona, the most southern of the Swedish archipelagos. Several islands are connected to the city by ferries. The most important day in Karlskrona is the day before midsummer's eve. On that day a big fair takes place and attracts tens of thousands to visit Karlskrona. The fair is called Lövmarknaden (The Leaf Fair) and is very popular among the locals. Every year in late July/early August a popular festival called The Sail takes place in the harbor of Karlskrona. The old architecture together with the naval installations comprise the major tourist attractions of Karlskrona. The city has a pleasant atmosphere and is one of the highlights of south-east Sweden.
Lysekil is a locality and the seat of Lysekil Municipality in Vastra Gotaland County, Sweden. The picturesque coastal town of Lysekil is a major tourist destination. In Lysekil and its surroundings you will find plenty of interesting attractions to visit and there are also great opportunities for making your own discoveries. Choose between boat trips, sea fishing, safaris, kayak, you can go swimming or take a walk in one of the surrounding nature reserves.
Oslo, the capital of Vikings, is full of mystery and beauty. Don't miss the dragon statues in the Vigkelant Museum of Sculpture, the very interesting artworks of the artist Edvard Mounch and the amazing Olsofiorden . Learn about the feats of those sefareres in three Maritime museums, the famous Viking Maritime Museum, the Fram Museum and the Kon Tiki Museum, which honors the late Thor Chaierntal who crossed the ocean with a boat of reeds. Visit Xarl Johann Gata street, with great shops, itinerant musicians and vendors.
Although Stockholm consists of 14 islands, you will easily reach every corner of this capital city thanks to the 50 picturesque bridges. The city of the Nobel Prize has parks, museums and palaces - the most famous of all is the huge Royal Palace with 608 rooms. You can enjoy the beauty of Stockholm by land, going for a walk in Old Town, which is full of boutiques, outdoor cafes, historic buildings and interesting sights or rent a sailboat or motorboat to explore Stockholm by water.
Turku is the oldest city in Finland. The city has many historical landmarks and a natural beauty to show. Museums, cathedrals and castles offer a nice tour through history. Turku has a cultural identity as the historical center of Finland. The River Aurajoki, which crosses the city center make the place look like a cart postal, especially at night. Experience the natural world on the Archipelago hiking trails in the amazing cultural scenery.
Visby is one of the most alluring islands of Sweden. A popular destination and trade center since the Vikings era. Its medieval architecture will take you a few centuries back in time. There are 92 churches of the 13th century, which are still in use. This sunny island has sandy beaches, moors and meadows, ideal for those who are seeking an exotic adventure.