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Scandinavia is northern part of Europe described better through the countries of Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland. Others include Greenland and Faroe Island. It makes the land mass that stretched to the North pole - around the arctic.

Scandinavia is also known for its breathtaking landscapes of icy fjords, forests, icecaps and consistently making significant contributions to the world of design and various forms of distinctive cuisine.

There are various myths about travelling to the Scandinavia but here on Scandinavian Companies and Market we want to make it easier for you  - interested in visiting this areas to find the information you need and get the advice that we can get from our travel specialists.
Therefore from exploring the Arctic Circle and the unique landscape of the region to witnessing the spectacle of the Northern Lights and cruising through the myriad of fjords and rivers - a holiday to Scandinavia is one that will not be soon forgotten.

The Main Countries and their brief identities

swedenSweden is the largest country in the Scandinavia in terns of land population and the biggest industrial power. Capital city is Stockholm but other great cities include Gothenburg and Malmö. Swedish is the language spoken here but many people understand English. Population 9.5 million Read more about travel to Sweden Scandinavian Companises and Market


Denmark Denmark is a small country with only 5.5 million people, but it is a very fascinating and rich history, culture, and scenery to show. An ultra modern and futuristic economy with the most advanced infrastructures, Denmark is one of the Scandinavia countries to visit. With Copenhagen as capital, there are lots of places to go and things to do.Danes Kissing

Denmark's location makes it a gateway to other Scandinavian countries and the rest of Europe. From Berlin, it is just an hour’s flight away. From London and Paris, one can get there in less than two hours. In addition, from Barcelona, Rome, Vienna and Prague its they are just a few hours flight away. Seemingly, locally, there is great train, ferry way, and bus connectivity to Sweden, Norway, and Finland. Read Danish news on Scandinavian Companies and Market


Finland Finland is located in Northern Europe, not typically the Scandinavian as it is known but have the blood of Scandinavia, large due to the influence of because Sweden Denmark.
The country is characterised by a warm, light-filled summers and very snowy cold winter.  Finland also offers a number of fascinating contrasts - unspoilt forests and thousands of islands and lakes with plenty of opportunities for visitors to enjoy beautiful natural surroundings.
The country is a thoroughly modern welfare state with well-plannallegro trains Finlanded and comfortable small towns and cities with lots of things t do and places to go. In the northernmost part of the country the Northern Lights can be seen in the winter and midnight sun in the summer.
On very famous myth is that the Finns claim the mythical mountain of Korvatunturi as the home of Santa Claus, and a burgeoning tourist industry in Lapland caters to Santa fans.
Capital Helsinki  and if you are planning to visit Finland, you have not made a wrong choice but note that you are heading to one of the most technologically advanced countries in earth.
Read more news about Finland from Scandinavian Companies and Market


IcelandIceland is a fascinating volcanic island in the North Sea which is Europe's second largest island with some 103,000 sq. km. One quick fascination of this country is its volcanic induced structures and resources. Nowhere in the world, can one-find 15 active volcanoes, 10,000 waterfalls, 800 hot springs, 11,500 square kilometres of glaciers, 10.00.000 puffins, exploding geysers, the Northern Lights and the Midnight Sun. These are all wonders worth seeking.Iceland Warm bath pool
The capital Reykjavik is described as Europe's northernmost capital, very new and modern in with connectivity to New York  and major cities in the USA  and Western Europe.
More than half of the population of Iceland lives in or around the capital, Reykjavík with the dispersed around the coastal fringes, leaving the highland centre of the country uninhabited.
Although the name Iceland give the impression of a very cold place, Iceland in reality has  mild winters for a country given its location and this is due to the arming effect of the Atlantic Gulf Stream. Read more news about Iceland from Scandinavian Companies and Market


NorwayNorway is on the western side of Sweden and  has been described asNorwegian adventure northernmost — and in fact the easternmost — of the three Scandinavian countries.Norway due to its position has been exposed to the work of glacier and thus best known for the complex deep fjords along its west coast - stretching from the North Sea near Denmark and Scotland into the Arctic Ocean. Very filled with natural beauty  and a population of just 5milliuon people. Capital city is Oslo but other vital cities include Tromso, Trondheim, Bergen and Stavanger. Read more about Norway on Scandinavian Companies and Market



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