Abundant forests and lakes, Sweden is a nation full of recyclers, hikers, and Fika takers. It has also been called the Pop Music Capital of the World.
Stockholm – Capital of Sweden
Iconic city hall, the world’s first open-air museum and the fabulous Abba museum! Come explore the medieval center of Gamla Stan island, visit the vintage theme park, discover local and international fashion in popular shopping area.
Swedish Lapland – Winter and summer wonders
Swedish Lapland is the rolling hills and the roaring rivers. The vast woodlands and rural romance. But foremost, from the mountains to the sea, it is the perfect place for an adventure.
Germany – Castles, football, beer and sausages
Beautiful sights to see! UNESCO World Heritage Sites, field of lilacs visible as far as the horizon, Herrenhausen Gardens in Hanover, Elbe Valley with the archaic Bastei Bridge to Neurathen Castle and much more!
Trier – Oldest city in Germany
Deep Roman past and many archaeological and architectural attractions, many of which are cathedrals with UNESCO World Heritage classification, such as the large Roman city gate, Porta Nigra.
Mosel – Winery experiences, a refined culinary and cultural treasures
Experience the Fall of the Roman Empire in an acclaimed exhibition in Trier! Spectacular landscapes of terraced vineyards, medieval castles, small charming towns and villages, and one of the best Riesling you can try.
OTHER USEFUL EUROPE LINKS
Italy – Renaissance, incredible artists and gastronomy
Famous for its great tourism, art cities, unique scenery, architecture, opera, fashion, luxury brands and its football team! Taste italian pizza, visit the Tower of Pisa, ride on a gondola in Venice and witness Pompeii!
Portugal – Seafood, popular beaches and 16th to 19th-century architecture
3000 hours of sunshine per year and 850 kms of splendid beaches bathed by the Atlantic Ocean, Portugal is the perfect holiday destination all year round. It’s known for its soccer legends, fado music, historical cities, and port wine.
Spain – Tapas, flamenco and soccer
Enjoy the many festivals, experience large markets, visit the Royal Alcázar, a gorgeous, ancient and the oldest royal palace in use in Europe. Live the unique nightlife of Spain that is not just parties and drinking.
Brussels – Capital of Belgium
Warm, welcoming and quirky, Brussels is a bustling city where there’s always something going on.
Wallonia – French-speaking region of southern Belgium
Fascinating folklore, ancient traditions, relaxing walks in nature, endless open air activities and plentiful regional cuisine.
Flanders – State of the Art
Dutch-speaking region in north Belgium, that has six Art cities: Antwerp, Bruges, Brussels, Ghent, Leuven and Mechelen. Antwerp holds the second largest port city in Europe and the Royal Museum of Fine Arts.
Luxenbourg – The only Grand duchy in the world!
Visit historic sites, enjoy incredible unspoilt natural landscapes, fairy-tale castles, sports in action, culinary highlights, wellness, relaxation and cultural depth.
City of Luxenbourg – Capital of Luxenbourg Grand Duchy
Experience the multicultural capital city of the Grand Duchy, located in the heart of Europe. Discover the picturesque locations and artistic treasures of the historical heritage of a modern town with guided tours, walking tours and excursions.
Visit Rovaniemi – Capital of Lapland
Rovaniemi is the Official Hometown of Santa Claus in Lapland, Finland. Rovaniemi’s official tourism pages offer useful tips on what tourism has to offer in the region, including an events calendar.
Santatelevision – Santa Claus Internet TV
Rovaniemi-based Santatelevision presents popular Youtube channel and Santatelevision.com. The majority of Santatelevision’s Santa Claus videos, viewed about 200 million times in total, have been filmed in Rovaniemi, Finland.
Visit Finland – useful tourism information about Finland, Santa’s home country
At Visit Finland, you can find useful tourism information about the happiest country in the world and the home country of Santa Claus.
Lapland.fi – The official travel website for Finnish Lapland
Discover the tourism of Finnish Lapland, the home of Santa Claus, the last wilderness in Europe, and part of the Sámi homeland.
Santa Claus Village – All the information for visiting Santa in his own village
You can meet Santa Claus and cross the magical Arctic Circle every day at the Santa Claus Village in Rovaniemi in Lapland, Finland.
Christmas House Santa – The House of Santa Claus in Rovaniemi!
Come visit Santa’s house and meet, or have him visiting you in ne of the Santa Claus Holiday Village cabins. Get Santa’s greeting card and experience safaris in Lapland.
Christmas House Safaris – Excursions around Rovaniemi and across Lapland
Experience the nature of Lapland and Finnish winter. Visits to Ranua Zoo, Korouma Canion and viewings of Northern Lights. See the husky dog farm and take part in a reindeer safari, where you can feed the reindeer.
Pello – Santa’s reindeer land in Lapland and the Fishing Capital of Finland
Learn about the tourism of Pello: the reindeer land Pello is located next to Rovaniemi (the hometown of Santa Claus). Pello is also the Fishing Capital of Finland thank to its located on the bank of Tornio / Torne river, the greatest salmon river of Scandinavia. Copmpanies like Naamisuvanto Fishing Resort are offering guided fishing trips in Pello.
Salla – Peace and quiet for body and soul
Salla lies far away from the rush and the noise, yet reaching the wilderness is quite convenient. Find your traffic connection and find out about the wild Salla.
Kemijärvi – Lapland’s Lake Country
Lake destination surrounded by the nature of Lapland and some its finest fell resorts. Full of year-round water activities and healing life on the shore for residents and visitors alike.
Levi.fi – Levi sparks your soul!
An easily accessible destination all year round in Northern Lapland. You can spend the nights under white sheets, make daytrips and enjoy the wide range of activities and services at the village.
Naantali – Hometown of the Moominworld
Historical town, located near the Finnish archipelago, is a town of culture, beautiful architecture, delicious spots for foodies and lively events. It is also the hometown to the much loved Moominworld.
My Helsinki – Helsinki, capital of Finland
Helsinki is a unique combination of quirky urbanity and peaceful nature that gives silence and space to feel more, hear more and experience more.
Turku – Food Capital of Finland
The city of Turku is rich with history as the former capital of Finland, along with its busy seaport, but also having some of the country’s oldest and highest quality restaurants.
LINKS TO FRANCE
France – Refined wine and cuisine
France is Europe’s leading location for tourism. Plan your trip and find all the places to go on the official guide website.
Alsace – A Land of Castles
Located in eastern France, next to German and Switzerland, this region is blend of French and German culture. Explore the castles and walled cities littering the territory, and experience the music festivals!
Lorraine – Taste the worldwide famous quiches, macarons and madeleines
As a region full of culture and history, its has many attractions that pull visitors. Top favorite things to experience are it’s nature, monuments, urban tourism, gastronomy, thermal-springs and more.
Occitania – One Europe’s favorite tourist locations
Known for the numerous vineyards across the region and wines for every palette, Occitanie has lot of culture to explore. Preserved nature, mountains and canyons, UNESCO classified sites, traditional villages and towns, with great sea resorts.