The Nordic region is famous for its livable countries, mild climate, beautiful natural scenery and good welfare system.
The journey to Northern Europe is a way to touch diverse cultures. Countries in this region not only develop economically but also possess impressive and outstanding architectural works.
The Swedish way of life is often compared to "lagom"
meaning "not too little, not too much, just enough", the core value of the lifestyle of the residents here. Visiting Sweden on a Nordic journey, you will have the opportunity to feel the idyllic, simple but full of love of life through each street, house, tree and grass.
Walking around the round stone streets in the old tattoo clothing brands town of Gamla Stan, Stockholm, it is not difficult to see ancient houses painted in different shades of yellow, a distinctive feature of this neighborhood.
The famous Swedish band ABBA receives much love from music lovers of the 7x - 8x generation. Visiting ABBA museum, the immortal melodies full of excitement in the golden age of legendary groups such as Mammamia, I have a dream, Dancing Queen will resound, making you feel like reliving the brilliant youth years. that.
Sweden also owns unique buildings
with the breath of modern architecture that you cannot ignore. One of them is the Ericsson Globe building with its circular shape and the 113m-high elevator named Skyview, which has become the pride of this country. Standing in the elevator, you can see the whole city from above with the beauty and magnificence of nature here.
One of the most popular tourist attractions in Denmark is the statue of a mermaid, a cultural symbol of Copenhagen. Inaugurated more than 100 years ago, the statue of a mermaid (The Little Mermaid or Den lille Havfrue in Danish) was a gift from Carl Jacobsen (son of the founder of the famous Carlsberg brewery) to the city. Copenhagen Street.
The bronze and granite
statue is inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale of a mermaid who gave up everything to be with a young and handsome prince on the ground. Every morning and evening she swam from the depths of the sea to the surface and sat on a rock, looking longingly toward the shore, hoping to see her prince. Everything around you seems to settle down when looking at the statue from afar in the early afternoon.
In addition to Copenhagen, you also have the opportunity to bomber jacket come to another bold ancient city, which is Helsingør, which converges the architectural and cultural quintessence of this Nordic country. The most typical work of the city is Kronborg Castle, best known through the tragic comedy Hamlet by the great writer William Shakespeare. Kronborg Castle was recognized as a UNESCO world heritage site in 2000. Visiting the castle, visitors are immersed in the space that recreates the lavish lifestyle of the kings in the past with ancient costumes, used in the past. Tools, tables and chairs are carefully arranged.