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Lace-up your shoes and get out there to see Oslo's famous sights with your Local Specialist by your side. You'll see the Town Hall, the Royal Palace, and the medieval fortress Akershus, before taking a stroll through the Vigeland Sculpture Park, the fantasy land created by Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland. It's the world's largest sculpture exhibition by a single artist!
Meatballs, bread and butter, seafood, mulled wines… Scandinavian food is delicious and we’ll show you where to find all the best eats in the country.
Scandinavia shines in summer with warmer weather, but winter offers its own treasures with glittery snow and the famous Northern Lights.
Waterproof and windproof clothes
No matter the time of the year, you should be prepared for all types of weather in Scandinavia, so pack plenty of warm weather-proof clothing.
Whether strolling the streets of Copenhagen, or hiking through the forests of Norway, you’ll need a reliable pair of walking shoes. If you’re visiting in winter, you will need to pack waterproof shoes for the snow.
Hats, sunscreen, and sunglasses are essential items all year round when you visit Scandinavia. They’ll protect you from both the midnight sun in summer and the icy glare of winter.
Reduce your plastic waste by bringing a reusable water bottle on your Nordic trip. It’ll keep you hydrated while you’re on the move, plus you’ll do your bit for the environment.
Scandinavia is one of the world’s most pristine environments. We can help keep it that way by never leaving any litter behind and always staying on the marked paths.
Scandinavia is big on recycling, and you can get involved too! Countries like Norway have mandatory deposit schemes for glass bottles and cans.