Scandinavia and particularly Denmark is a wonderful travel destination. Gotland, Sweden – Sweden’s largest island, Gotland lies in the Baltic Sea, a three-hour ferry trip from the mainland. Its highlight is the beautifully preserved medieval town of Visby. An Unesco World Heritage site, its warren of narrow cobbled streets, timbered buildings and fortified walls are a joy to explore. But the rest of island is appealing too, with miles of long sandy beaches and lush woodlands. Gotland is pretty flat, so hire a bike and set off round the island, stopping en route at its pretty rural villages, small fishing settlements and local farms and cafe’s.
Ring Road, Iceland – Often called the Land of Fire and Ice, Iceland has some of the most varied-and awe-inspiring-terrain in the world. The best way to see it: On a leisurely car ride along the Ring Road, a rambling byway that circles the island and connects you to the country’s best sites, including Reynisfjara, a black-sand beach that’s home to resident colonies of puffins, and the spectacular Go?afoss waterfall. But don’t just stick to the pavement. Detour to the Snaefellsnes Peninsula to hike an active volcano and glacier, or take to the waters of the Blue Lagoon, the famous geothermal spa that’s nestled within a lava field. Source: http://www.visitpalmspringshotels.com/why-visit-scandinavia/
Gothenburg and the west coast, Sweden – In the space of a couple of decades, Sweden’s second biggest city has reinvented itself as one of Europe’s coolest city break destinations. It’s still a big industrial hub with a busy port at its heart, but the focus is increasingly on tourism. Why should you go? For the super-fresh seafood, for the locally brewed beer and laidback bars, and for the car-free islands that lie just offshore, where you can swim in cool, clear waters.
A nice way to explore Stockholm over a 50 minutes trip is the Royal Canal Tour. In this tour, you will travel by a 100 passenger canal boat, you will also have the opportunity to listen to the audioguide in 11 different languages. After leaving the city center on, you will get a chance to see the beautiful and famous buildings by sailing along the Djurgarden Canal.
Sweden’s Ice Hotel – There is truly nothing else like it. The hotel contains 70 deluxe suites all kept at 23 degrees Fahrenheit. Not only is it a hotel, but it’s an art exhibit made of ice from the river Torne. Every year it is recreated for the public’s eye. You can choose to check it out or brave the night in a suite and if you’re worried about freezing in your sleep, not to worry you will be bundled up in a heavy duty sleeping bag covered in reindeer skins. Extra details about http://govacations.info/2019/02/11/denmark-scandinavian-attractions/
Sompasauna is a public sauna in Helsinki, built by a group volunteers. Up to this day, visitors enjoy this entertainment without the care of the lifeguards or staff. The sauna is open during the daytime and everyone can use it for free. Sompasauna is located in the southern part of Kalasatama district, which can be reached within 20 minutes by walking from the Kalasatama metro station. This is the best place to go with your friends and enjoy a hot sauna while admiring a beautiful landscape. In Finland, to visit a public sauna is a common practice among the locals, so it is worth to every tourist to try this adventure.