Take a journey through these unique places to visit in Iceland with the Adventographer. Iceland has exploded in popularity as a tourist destination over the last few years. 13 Unique Places To Visit In Iceland Nowadays the tourists outnumber residents nearly 3:1 in the peak summer months. But even with this huge influx of tourists and the endless information available… Read More
Nordic countries are the northern region of Europe containing Scandinavia, Greenland and Iceland. These travel guides will help you plan a northern vacation.
Looking for things to do in Tromso, Norway? Kay Rodriguez shares the best activities she had when visiting in winter. Tromso, Norway Winter Adventure Some have coined Tromso, Norway the “Paris of the North,” but I have to disagree. While Paris offers romantic buildings and city life, Tromso’s big draw is its natural beauty and adventure activities. For the intrepid,… Read More
Wondering what it is like to hike to Trolltunga? Chee of TakeOutdoors.com shares a first-hand account of trekking to Norway’s most famous landmark. “If at first, you don’t succeed…” goes the old saying. Trolltunga Hike – Norway’s Most Famous Landmark Just a half hour after leaving the trailhead by the roadside near Skjeggedal, I was beginning to doubt my idea of hiking Trolltunga…. Read More
While Estonia is the most visited of the three Baltic States, it is still a rather unusual and forgotten European destination. And it’s unfair! These six reasons to visit Estonia by Julien of Exploration Junkie will help put it on the map! 6 Reasons Visit Estonia This former Soviet territory has something for everyone: an interesting history, charming architecture, and very… Read More
Southern Sweden is my home region (Swedish: Skåne), and it’s a bliss to visit during spring and summer. However, most tourists tends to focus on Stockholm and Gothenburg, but there are lots of more places to visit in Sweden, and the southern part is just one of the many! I compiled my favourite pictures of Sweden from my latest road… Read More
I look down into Iceland’s Silfra crevasse and I can feel the chill of the pristine glacial water drifting up toward my face. The water is crystal clear and I can see the jet black lava stone bottom 70 or 80 feet beneath the surface. A bucket list moment had finally arrived. I was diving in Iceland. It was time… Read More