1. Skip through a rainbow:
Artist Olafur Eliasson has constructed Your Rainbow Panorama atop Arhus Art Museum in Denmark. This is a circular walkway lights up visitors in crayon colours as they navigate through the “floating” tunnel. It is one of the most beautiful ways to view the city. The Arhus Art Museum is a lot to discover and is the country’s largest collection of Danish modern masterpieces Visit with Scandinavia Tour package.


2. Twin Peaks:
If you visit Copenhagen then you should definitely visit Twin Peaks. The city is coming up with new Nordic cuisine earning rave reviews around the world. If you can afford a fancy meal this is the perfect place. The venue is decked out with velvet curtains and tree stump tables. The living room cafe serves organic food, with strong coffee and more. To experience sun set with live music then do visit on Fridays and Saturdays.

3. Vigeland sculpture park:
The wonderful Vigeland Sculpture Park in Oslo features over 200 statues created by Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland. The park stretches over 80 acres.  Some sculptures took over 14 years to carve. It is a perfect place to grab a picnic and explore interesting depictions.


4. Attend a silly festival:
There are actual silly festivals in Finland, a country that prides itself from its sense of humour. Festivals like Swamp soccer, Mosquito squashing, Mobile phone throwing, Air guitar etc., take place here. These silly festivals are held for the people to find their inner nerd in themselves. so enjoy this Festival with Scandinavia tour.

5. The Jumbo Jet Hostel:
The Jumbo Jet Hostel is a quirky accommodation where you can pair your Jumbo Stay with experimental beds. It is a giant ex-functioning 747 plane with sleek, minimal interiors and pops of acid orange fittings. It is situated in Stockholm. They have created packages with UFO tree house and an underground silver mine suite. What more interesting can you think of?


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