Scandinavia

Scandinavian islands are relatively to the North of European habitat. This land is backed with a strong historical, cultural, and linguistic ties. It houses the kingdoms of Denmark, Norway and Sweden.

Seven Sisters Waterfall, Vorinfossen, Floyen in Norway, Oslofjord, Oresund Bridge, are best noted for their waterfall scenery, waterfall plunging, hiking and other water-based activities. The Nobel Museum, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, Radhuset,  are well noted for their fine-art museum of sculpting, painting, and culture. The Grona Lund, Legoland Bullind Resort, Oslo Opera House Ice hotel, ABBA the museum, Frogner Park, Stroget are noted entertainment hotspots on the land.

Frederiksborg Castle, Loften, The Round Tower, Akershus Fortress, Drottningholm Palace Djurgarden, Stockholm City Hall, Bryggen, The Royal Palace, Freetown Chirstinia, Kronborg, Viking Ship Museum, Christiansborg Palace, Rosenborg Castle, Lysefjord, The Vigeland Park, Trolltunga, North Cape, Amalienborg, Skansen, Nyhavn, The Little Mermaid, Gamla Stan, Tivoli Gardens are all places of interests where you can stop by to experience the tradition, culture and heritage of the land implicitly. These are places that have documented many things over time. While some are amusement and theme-driven parks, some are noted Royal Palaces. Visiting these places will give you a sense of what European tradition and cultures mean, overall. Move on Leisure will plan an itinerary that will sure to make an impact to you aesthetically.