Nordic 'Hygge' & Lifestyle

Get insight into the special Nordic lifestyle. The countries are renowned for the high standard of living, good education, female empowerment and progressiveness.

The Nordic countries are often at the top of international surveys when it comes to creativity and innovation power, and this also has its roots in the Nordic model which combine a high standard of living with equality and a big public sector. 


The happiest people in the world

At the "World Happiness Report 2017" you find four Nordic countries on the Top 5 list and Norway, Denmark and Iceland are in the 'top 3.'

The Nordics are also known for easy going temperament and mind and are an open-minded, friendly people. 

In the Nordic region, they are very committed to protecting the nature, and the countries have so many beautiful natural attractions to offer that tourists are coming from all over the world to enjoy the fresh air, mountains, fjords, lakes and more. You can enjoy the nature as much as you will, but remember to leave it in the same condition as when you arrived.

 
Nordic capitals are green capitals

Today the Nordic capitals are some of the most eco-friendly cities in the world. The transport systems, public biking lines, and many hotels have made green solutions to have a better environment in the future. 


Time with the family is important

The people in the Nordic countries live in close to nature, and this lifestyle offers ample opportunities to lead a life that puts family and quality time outside of work on par with the career.


Focus on healthy lifestyle

Of course differences between Nordic countries shows out, but in general, the people focusing more and more on a healthy lifestyle including sport, eating eco-food and explore more about their own culture.

Find out more about the Nordic countries here

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Nordic Family Highlights

Legoland

Legoland

Lego® are a Danish company and you find the original Legoland here just nearby the factory. The Legoland theme Park is one one the most visited attractions in Denmark.

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Tivoli Gardens

Tivoli Gardens

Tivoli is the second oldest amusement park in the world with amusements, green oases, gourmet food, events, concerts and much more

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Astrid Lindgren`s Amusement Park

Astrid Lindgren`s Amusement Park

The settings and characters of Astrid Lindgren’s books come to life in Astrid Lindgrens’ World.

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Liseberg Amusement Park

Liseberg Amusement Park

Beautiful memories are created in the amusement park every summer.

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Moomin World

Moomin World

Home town of the world-famous Moomins is located just outside Turku on the Finnish west coast.

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LEGO® House

LEGO® House

The new 12,000-square-meter LEGO® House has just opened in September 2017

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Tusenfryd Amusement Park

Tusenfryd Amusement Park

Take a break from your sightseeing and go for a ride with Speed Monster - Scandinavia's most spectacular roller coaster.

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Sarkänniemi Amusement Park

Sarkänniemi Amusement Park

Spin, swing, swoosh and splash! Särkänniemi is home to dozens of rides to provide fun for visitors of any age.

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Djurs Sommerland

Djurs Sommerland

60 rides and attractions await the entire family in Djurs Sommerland.

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Nordic Lifestyle