Viking settlement memorial
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Symbolising the arrival of the Viking settlers, the memorial sculpture on Reykjavik’s shore promenade display’s Iceland’s pride in their heritage.
Iceland’s capital city with its university, businesses and infamous financial district calls for meetings. The town is relatively small, but hosts nearly 50 per cent of the country’s [...]
Hamnøya island in Kjerkefjord
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Hamnøya is a fishing village on an island in Kjerkefjord’s dramatic entrance. Dried cod and rental cottages included.
Lofoten Islands are Norway’s northwestern outpost of civilisation. Above the arctic circle, the islands experience midnight sun from the end of May, while frequently enjoying the Northern lights during [...]
A lava lake in Ethiopia's Erta Ale volcano crater.
For those of you in Iceland or elsewhere in Europe and the world, who are waiting for the air traffic to reopen some time after this weekend, we’ve collected some suggestions on volcano tourism, survival near the crater, volcano photography, and alternative modes of transport.
The current [...]
The cruise ferry "Stena Saga" between Denmark and Norway.
Cruising the waterways of the Vikings while holding meetings might sound odd at first. However, the waters between Norway, Denmark and Sweden are ladden with history, from the Viking times through the Störtebecker and his pirates of the Hanse (Hanseatic League) time up to the [...]
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Peter Beier’s chocolate shop in Helsingborg sells chocolate art.
Helsingborg has a pittoresque old town made of brick houses, wood houses and complimented by harbors. It is located where Denmark and Sweden are closest to each other, barely separated by four kilometers of the sea. Helsingborg is a crossroad [...]