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Planning a Trip to Scandinavia ? Include These in your Itinerary

  Marbel Church, Copenhagen

Marble Church, Denmark
The awe inspiring Marble Church with the characteristic copper green dome has to be one of the most impressive churches of the city. The church lies beautifully in line with Amlienborg castle and The Opera in the middle of the elegant area of Frederiksstaden. In fact the official name of the church is Frederik ‘s Church. The Marble Church has an interesting story. Presided by King Fredrick V the foundation stone was laid in 1749 as part of a part grand plan of making a new city district called Frederiksstaden.

Stockholm City Hall, Sweden
The Stockholm City Hall in Sweden is one of Sweden’s most famous buildings, and one of the capital’s most visited tourist attractions. It is famous for its grand ceremonial halls and unique pieces of art and is the venue of the Nobel Prize banquet held on 10th of December each year. It also houses offices for 200 people including the Municipal Council.


Seafood In Norway
Around the world , millions of people are regularly enjoying seafood originating from the Norwegian coast. But nothing beats the taste and texture of a fish that has just been caught from the cold and clear waters. Today, Norway is the second largest seafood exporter in the world, the equivalent of 37 million meals fetched from Norwegian waters are consumed worldwide each day. So you might have tasted Norwegian seafood already, without knowing it.

Europe’s Time Capsule to a Fascinating Past


One of the most sought-after European destinations, Spain has lived through a rich past that saw nomadic tribes claim their stake on the land. This, in turn, led to them leaving their personal mark on the local atmosphere and culture, with gothic churches, stylized architecture, charming cobblestoned streets and delicious cuisine. So here’s your chance to get the inside scoop on what makes Spain so great!



With plenty of open spaces and the amazing vistas, Australia is built for family travel – a dazzlingly diverse country strewn with tropical reefs, surf beaches and snowy heights. So while the distances tend to be vast and may be trying for a family with little ones, with some advance planning, this can become one of the most fantastic trips of your life.

Sail Through the Canary Islands


Located to the south of the Iberian Peninsula and with volcanic origins, the Canary Islands are home to many beaches where you can sunbathe, practice water sports and discover surprising nature.

The Canary Islands are the seven islands (from largest to smallest) of Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro where the sun shines all year round and the average temperatures are 24ºC during summers and 19ºC in winters.

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