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Fjords of Norway
The striking landscapes of Fjord Norway were created by a succession of ice ages, and the characteristic landscape hasn’t changed a great deal since people started living here. Fjord arms and waterfalls are accessible virtually everywhere you go, and UNESCO has included the west Norwegian fjord landscape, exemplified by the Geirangerfjord and the Nærøyfjord, on its prestigious World Heritage List.
The arctic wilderness is home to the Sami people and reindeer herds. For 5000 years, the society has blossomed in a place where others find it hard to survive. Discover the ancient culture and let us show you this world. Listen to stories and joik-songs around a campfire, ride in a traditional sled and feel the thrill of standing among 300 wild reindeer while they eat from your hands. Connect to the soul of the Arctic and its indigenous people with Tromsø Arctic Reindeer.
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Iceland - The Land of Sagas, Legends, Giants, Gods, Seals and Waterfalls,
is defined by its dramatic landscape with volcanoes, geysers, hot springs and lava fields. Massive glaciers are protected in Vatnajökull and Snæfellsjökull national parks. Most of the population lives in the capital, Reykjavik, which runs on geothermal power and is home to the National and Saga museums, tracing Iceland’s Viking history.
Poland is a destination rich in culture and history, and home of 15 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Poland has everything from colorful town squares, medieval castsles, beautiful untamed forests and impressive mountain ranges, to the picturesque seaside and the stunning lakes.It is a place where endurance and perseverance of the human spirit can be sensed in the air just by walking through its UNESCO-listed Old Town and the beautiful Wilanów Palace or visiting the museums specially dedicated to the rebirth of the capital.
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Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia are one of the best places to travel to if you are looking to escape from the crowdedness of other European countries. From the Trakia in Lithuania, Cesis in Latvia and Tallinn in Estonia, the Baltic countries prove that fairy tales really do come true with a perfect mix between untouched nature, fascinating culture, and the crumbling castles.
all three countries Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania are much better preserved and developed than they expected and amazes with well-heeled cultural heritage and unspoiled lush nature.