How to get to the Nordic countries

How to get to the Nordic countries

Getting to the Nordic countries

When you travel to the Nordic countries, you will typically arrive in one of the major airports in the Nordic capitals like Copenhagen, Stockholm, Oslo or Helsinki.

The Nordic countries are easy to reach from the rest of Europe. From the Nordic capitals operate many large international airlines, and you can also quite easily go to local Nordic domestic destinations from here.

Welcome to the Nordic Countries

Getting to Denmark

Getting to Denmark

It`s easy to get to Denmark because many international flights arriving in Kastrup or Billund Airport..

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Getting to Sweden

Getting to Sweden

Almost regardless where you come from in the world, Sweden today can be reached quite easily.

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Getting to Norway

Getting to Norway

Be inspired about how you can plan your trip to Norway

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Getting to Finland

Getting to Finland

Be inspired regarding how you can travel to Finland

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Getting to Iceland

Getting to Iceland

Find your easiest way to visit Iceland

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Getting to Greenland

Getting to Greenland

Travellers to Greenland primarily arrives with an aeroplane on specially arranged tours.

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Nordic Airport Destinations

Copenhagen International Airport

Copenhagen International Airport

Copenhagen International Airport is located only eight kilometres outside of Copenhagen city centre.

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Stockholm International Airport

Stockholm International Airport

Stockholm Arlanda International Airport is the main airport in Sweden.

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Oslo International Airport

Oslo International Airport

Oslo International Airport is located in the municipality of Ullensaker, approximately 47 kilometres north of Oslo.

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Helsinki International Airport

Helsinki International Airport

Helsinki-Vantaa Airport is located 19km (11.5 miles) north of Helsinki. More than 130 direct connections are available from Finland to elsewhere in the world.

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Reykjavik International Airport

Reykjavik International Airport

The main gateway in Iceland is Keflavik International Airport around 50 minutes’ drive from Reykjavik centre.

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Billund International Airport

Billund International Airport

Billund International Airport in Jutland, Denmark is nearby many big attractions as Legoland

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Nordic Top Brands

ECCO

ECCO

Ecco is a famous Danish shoe brand with shops all over the world.

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Royal Copenhagen

Royal Copenhagen

Royal Copenhagen is beautiful Danish design and is often used by the Danes as a present.

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Lego

Lego

Lego® is world-leader in toys, and the company has the headquarter in Billund in Denmark, where you also can visit the first Legoland in the world.

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Filippa K

Filippa K

Filippa K is a Swedish brand which was founded in 1993 and now one of Sweden`s leading fashion brands.

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H & M

H & M

From a single women’s wear shop in Västerås, Sweden, to six different brands and around 4000 stores all around the world.

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Lindex

Lindex

Lindex is one of the leading fashion chains in Europe and they offers cosmetic and affordable fashion for women, kids and men.

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Getting Around in the Nordic Countries

Getting Around in the Nordic Countries

The Nordic countries are less populated and covered by the most magnificent nature

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About the Nordic Countries

About the Nordic Countries

The Nordic countries are a region in Northern Europe consisting of Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Iceland, and the territories Åland, Faroe Islands and Greenland.

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Best Time to Visit the Nordic Countries

Best Time to Visit the Nordic Countries

The weather in the Nordic countries varies much depending on the seasons. Denmark has a warmer climate than the other Nordic countries because the sea around Denmark is moderated by the warm Gulf Stream.

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Tax Free Nordic Shopping

Tax Free Nordic Shopping

If you live outside the EU, you can reclaim the VAT you pay on goods you purchase in the Nordic countries.

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Useful Tips for the Nordic Contries

Useful Tips for the Nordic Contries

Time: Nordic countries are the Central European Time Zone. Central European Time (CET) is 1 hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+1). 
Post: Post offices are located in all major communities in Nordic countries. Business hours are different for which country you visit.  
Tipping: The cost of service and VAT is included in all prices at restaurants, hotels, taxis, hairdressers, etc. Tipping is therefore not customary, but tips are still appreciated when offered.
Laundry: Most hotels offer some laundry or dry-cleaning services for a fee. There are also coin-operated...

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