Scandinavian Travel Awards 2018 Revealed

Scandinavian Travel Awards 2018 Revealed

Winners at the red-carpet gala evening in Athens, Greece included Denmark’s leading boutique hotel, Nobis in Copenhagen, Norway’s leading business hotel, Grand in Oslo...
Prestigious Award to Daily Scandinavian

Prestigious Award to Daily Scandinavian

Daily Scandinavian has been selected the third best Scandinavian Travel Blog by the panelists of RSS Reader Feedspot. “I personally give you a high-five and...

Copenhagen’s Post War Nyhavn

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The Danish Pacific Coast

The Danish Pacific Coast

Architectural gems, deranged village people and exclusive accommodation. Strandveien (the Coastal Road) is Denmark's 40 kilometer long holiday paradise. That’s why we call it...

Fun-loving Denmark

Small, but perfectly formed, Denmark is a country of fun-loving, environmentally conscious people. Hamlet was wrong – there is nothing rotten in the state of...

Snapshots of Scandinavia

Fjords, Vikings, reindeer, colorful fishing villages, northern lights, maybe a stave church, that is the images many travelers already may have of Scandinavia. But...

Cool Off In Scandinavia

Why not escape to a cooler climate? Here's a sampling of tours that offer a choice of chilling out in the cosmopolitan cities of...

The New York Times recommends Norway

A travel writers description of his voyage onboard Hurtigruten, along Norway's impressive coastline. The Hurtigruten website modestly describes its cruise up the Norwegian coast as “the...
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Norway at Its Most Dramatic

Enthralled by the unmatched countryside and in search of perfect salmon and trout fishing, Europeans (particularly the British and Germans) «discovered» Norway’s fjords in...
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Journey to the Top of the World

Just a century ago, no man had ever stood at latitude 90 degrees north. Today the North Pole, a spot that fascinated generations of...
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