Now that the Southern Hemisphere’s Winter sets in, our thoughts start to drift off to the Scandinavian Summers. Long mild summer nights, glorious produce and hot days are things to expect when you travel to Scandinavia in summer. Strawberry picking, shelling prawns and drinking pale ale on boats of all types are experiences not to be forgotten.
One thing that I think is an important ingredient in making Norway and other Scandinavian regions fantastic over summer is that this peak tourist seasons is generally quiet and relaxing compared to their Southern European counterparts. Lots of Scandinavians travel over their winter period and then rest and enjoy their own country during summer. They head off to the mountains and the sea, usually to their own huts. This makes hotels, campgrounds and other tourist destinations relatively calm and available during the European summer.
Please enjoy our seasonal favourites as the winter sets in. Check out our Norway tours.