November 14, 2018

Top Places To Visit In The Fall – Discover Scandinavia

Make the most of sightseeing and outdoor activities and travel Scandinavia in fall. Offseason is the best season for huge savings and richer experiences. Leave the crowds behind and experience all the colors and charm of the Scandinavian Autumn as you explore several picturesque cities and breath-taking landscapes. Make this your perfect getaway with absolutely no need to hurry.

 

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Copenhagen, capital of Denmark, is quickly climbing the ladder as one of the most stylish and romantic cities in the world. As the birthplace of the “New Nordic Cuisine” movement, it will undoubtedly ensure you will experience some deliciousness paired with fantastic sites. 
Do you love some romantic history? Visit some of Denmark’s most famous castles and gardens: Frederiksborg and Fredensborg.
West of Sealand, the Island of Funen will let you enjoy the natural beauty of Denmark’s with its delicate and harmonious landscapes, which has also known as “Denmark’s Gardens.”

 

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Visiting Oslo in autumn should definitely be one of the top priorities to check from your bucket list! This vibrant and inspiring city has grown into a metropolis filled to the brim with urban fun, cutting-edge architecture, a funky vintage scene and some peaceful green spaces with fascinating fjord views. If this has aroused your curiosity, follow this insider tip and embark on Norway in a Nutshell ® tour. This trip will take you through some of Norway’s most beautiful fjord scenery. You will experience the breathtaking Flåm Railway, the scenic Bergen Railway, the narrow and dramatic UNESCO-protected Nærøyfjord as well as the Aurlandsfjord.

 

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Spend some days in Sweden‘s beautiful capital, Stockholm. Follows the steps of the Vikings which take you north to picturesque Uppsala. Visit some Viking settlements, learn about the runic stones, enjoy a “fika” (coffee & pastries) at a cozy farm in the charming town of Sigtuna. Do you want some peace and pure nature? For some more peace and tranquility, visit the town of Ystad in the south, a place which represents Sweden’s romantic parks, gardens, and half-timbered houses.

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