The Nordic countries represent a peaceful way of life
in a peaceful corner of the world
The Nordic countries have roots in a unique natural and cultural heritage. This meeting, between natural scenery and vibrant
cultural life, traditions and modern urban life, attracts many to travel to or within the Nordic countries. Or if you consider moving here, or study here,
the necessary information about the Nordic way of life.
The Nordic countries includes Scandinavia (Denmark, Norway and Sweden). Quite often Finland is referred to as a Scandinavian country.
The term "Nordic countries" refers to Denmark,
Norway and Sweden as well as Finland and Iceland, and associated territories such as Faroe Islands and even Greenland.
You'll find background information at Norden.org's collection of Facts about the Nordic Region, which gives you an overview of the
history, politics, economics, environment, maps, etc., of the Nordic countries.
In all Nordic countries, except Denmark, you can move freely in the countryside - even on private land.The rules are a little different in
each country. Keep in mind that it's your responsibility to find out the details of what you can do. You'll find everything at Norden.org.
See the link below.
Lapland is situated in three of the Nordic countries, Finland, Norway and Sweden. Thus Lapps, or Sami people, share the Nordic way of life in
addition to their own cultural traits.
Here you'll find a large
collection of important links about the Nordic countries
as a guide to what the respective countries have to offer you as a visitor or even a resident.
Here you can see at a glance what is new, or what is changed/updated on Lapland Travel Info.
We hope this is useful for you.