A Travel Primer On The Scandinavian Countries

getty Scandinavia and the Nordic region is so often portrayed in global media as the poster-child for everything from modern design to welfare models and even happiness.. With Scandinavian culture so prominent it would be…

Denmark Opens Border To Vaccinated Americans

Announced in a press release by Danish authorities on June 5, the new rules mean that fully-vaccinated residents of all OECD countries will be subject to the same rules as vaccinated people from EU and Schengen nations…..

Can I Travel to Europe Right Now? What are the restrictions?

However, today with the vaccination campaign well underway and improving case number statistics, things are gradually moving back towards normality.. Of course, many are now asking if Europe is open for business once again…

Can I Travel to Europe Right Now?

However, today with the vaccination campaign well underway and improving case number statistics, things are gradually moving back towards normality.. Of course, many are now asking if Europe is open for business once again…

UEFA Euro 2020 in Munich

The UEFA Euro 2020 will be held in Germany, as well as a handful of other countries, so purchase your tickets and get ready for a memorable summer of football in Munich!. The event could not go ahead in 2020 due to coronavirus,…

Viva Cruises unveils Seaventure itineraries

River cruise specialist Viva Cruises has unveiled the 2022 programme of its first ever expedition ship, Seaventure.. From April to October next year, the 164-guest vessel will offer exciting new ocean itineraries in northern…

Who Can Visit Scandinavia In June 2021?

getty The Scandinavian countries are slowly lifting their entry restrictions to allow European travelers into the country, although the exact rules vary between Denmark, Norway and Sweden.. Until the EU-wide vaccine passport…

Discover what makes Denmark a famously contented country

The Danes are the happiest people on Earth. That’s what the latest World Happiness Report is telling us. And who are we to argue?After all, Danish fashion is all the rage; the world’s most-loved company, Lego, is Danish; the Danes made Carlsberg; and so many of us are still watching those Danish crime shows on telly. Denmark’s stock has never…

Keeping up with travel: a new daily podcast from Simon Calder

One-third inaccessible, one-third closed to travellers and one-third feasible: that sums up the brief “green list” from which international travellers need not quarantine on return to the UK.Prospective adventurers and the travel industry expressed incredulity after the transport secretary, Grant Shapps, revealed that only 12 nations and territories…

16 Insta-Worthy Places To Visit In Denmark For Tourists In 2021

Denmark is a small Scandinavian country that comprises of stunning landscapes where the tourists can soak in the natural beauty of the surroundings. This country is blessed with a perfect blend of creative architecture, breathtaking landscapes, unique and grand castles, and medieval complexes that make tourists fall in love with Denmark instantly. Here’s…

You Can Now Travel From London to Iceland on This Epic Rail and Sail Tour

Dreaming of going to London? Itching to go to Iceland? Typically, you’d think of these as separate trips. But Undiscovered Destinations just launched an itinerary that includes both locations. The London to Iceland Rail and Sea Adventure takes place over 15 days and includes travel by train and boat.RELATED: Iceland Is Opening Its Borders to Vaccinated…

New Museum On Hans Christian Andersen’s Fairy Tales To Open In Summer 2021

The H.C. Andersen House in Odense, where the famous writer was born, will open this summer. Kengo Kuma & Associates, Cornelius Vöge, MASU planningHans Christian Andersen is well-represented in many locations throughout his native Denmark. Now, the Danish author’s writings will become the subject of a new museum set to open this summer.Based…

Copenhagen: Exploring its Happiness Museum, Tivoli Gardens and beautiful townhouses and waterfront

Within moments of arriving by train in Copenhagen, I’m already smiling. The central station is steps away from the fairy-lit utopia of Tivoli Gardens, the second-oldest operating amusement park in the world, and shrieks of delight from its rollercoasters are often the first sound visitors hear. Built in 1843 by King Christian VIII to entertain his
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