Around the streets of Copenhagen

Blog posts   •   Jun 14, 2019 10:57 UTC

​Every third tourist in Copenhagen comes for the food, according to the head of local tourism. Consequently, foodie walking tours have become hugely popular.

Lofoten’s wild west

Blog posts   •   May 16, 2019 07:00 UTC

The Lofoten wall extends over 100 km out into the Norwegian Sea. Out towards its tip lies Moskenes island with its green meadows, white beaches and majestic mountains. A tour of Moskenes takes 2 to 5 days, depending on how many detours you’re tempted to make and how much time you have at your disposal.

​Out in the open sea

Blog posts   •   May 09, 2019 09:00 UTC

If you zoom in on Helgeland on the map, the Træna archipelago appears as a dot, 33 nautical miles due west out in the open sea.

Vibrant big city

Blog posts   •   Apr 25, 2019 06:00 UTC

Munich and its 1.5 million inhabitants really like to celebrate summer. Open-air restaurants, music festivals and bathing activities along the Isar river make Germany’s third largest city a real summer hotspot.

Lighthouse holiday at the mouth of the fjord

Blog posts   •   Apr 17, 2019 09:00 UTC

Off the Trøndelag coast lies the large island of Hitra. A little further out is the beautiful island of Frøya. A boat ride beyond is the little island community of Mausund, and another boat ride takes you to Vingleia lighthouse, at the mouth of the fjord.

Couples therapy in Gothenburg

Blog posts   •   Apr 10, 2019 09:30 UTC

What about surprising your partner with a mini-break to Gothenburg this spring?

Kids dream holiday

Blog posts   •   Apr 04, 2019 09:00 UTC

Say the name Billund, and the first thing that enters the heads of families with children is Legoland. And yes, the amusement park which last year celebrated 50 years of fun is definitely worth a visit. But after that you should head to the North Sea.

A family in the wilderness

Blog posts   •   Mar 20, 2019 09:00 UTC

​High waves, heavy snowfall, small children and lots of luggage to transport over the icy sea. The trip to Nordkvaløya island in Troms began as a real challenge for Selma (3), Alice (6) and their parents Martin and Helena.

Joys of the mountains

Blog posts   •   Mar 13, 2019 09:00 UTC

​The sun hasn’t yet risen, but the moon is showing the way. It’s winter, but our cheeks are rosy. It’s dark, but still not gloomy. We are in the heart of Sunnmøre, where the peaks rise around us on all sides like mighty fortresses. Now is the time! This is what I’ve been waiting for: The first peak tour of the year.

Beatlemania in Liverpool

Blog posts   •   Mar 07, 2019 09:00 UTC

The story of Liverpool’s most famous sons starts right at the airport, named after John Lennon.

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