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Nordic Summer

Nordic Summer

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Our specialists have picked out their top tips below to help you start planning your summer trip for 2023.

It is a wonderful area for swimming, with interesting ancient rune stones to discover, and ferries to Gotland, Latvia and Poland for those who want to carry their adventure further. We have joined thousands of other businesses across the globe in committing to reduce our emissions through the SME Climate Hub and will be counted in the United Nation’s Race to Zero campaign.Style-savvy tour operator Up Norway has excellent foodie, cultural and outdoorsy trips, including a vegan gourmet tour and festivals.

Utilising the old knowledge and techniques used for centuries by the forest people who have lived and worked there. This means you get more time for activities and sight-seeing, so you maximise every single day of your trip. Guests will stay at one of 62°Nord’s two local properties, Hotel Union Øye or the Storfjord Hotel, from which excursions will leave each day – on foot, by boat (kayak, power, or otherwise) and possibly the odd helicopter. On 29 May, Denmark’s fifth national park, the Royal North Sealand, opens on its largest island, Zealand. Despite the legal restriction no longer being in place, the tradition stuck and Swedes still eat mountains of crayfish at the end of the summer.Meeting at Gällivare, the small group is transferred by helicopter into Sarek to start the seven-day hike from Kvikkjokk to Ritsem, trekking mainly off-track and camping out in the wilderness. Comes in a handy size tin which easily fits into a side pocket of you pack and unlike some insect repellants that come in a bottle there is no danger of it bursting and leaking onto your kit. Sommerro made waves when it opened here last summer – a historic bathing house and 231-room hotel, remade as one of the city’s chicest stays. Perhaps the easiest of all the Scandinavian countries to visit, a holiday here will uncover rich Viking history, medieval castles and charming rural villages, combined with contemporary cities and an eye for design that rivals the contemporary style of neighbouring Sweden. We provide an insight into the Natural world, opening up a vast array of natural resources and knowledge to help you travel with less reliance on the contents of your rucksack: it’s what you carry in your mind that matters.

The SME Climate Hub is a non-profit global initiative that empowers small to medium sized companies to take climate action and build resilient businesses for the future. We promote the utmost respect for the environment, the ability to pass unnoticed through the woods brings with it a deeper understanding of the wilderness, and our part in it. The tilt of the Earth’s axis towards the sun during the summer months causes the 24 hours of daylight north of the Arctic Circle that is known as the Midnight Sun. The rooms are modernist perfection: low beds, tall sliding or picture windows framing perfect sea horizons, the odd bit of Hans Wegner furniture in a corner, handmade tiles from Italy in the bathrooms, and a few vast private terraces.

Beckolja is an all-natural product that Wilma's produce from their own valley-burned pine tree tar and gives this product a very pleasant and aromatic smoky scent of woods and wilderness that evokes feelings of forests and campfires under a northern sky. Though this event on 24 June is named Jónsmessa, “Mass of John the Baptist”, summer solstice traditions in Iceland are more superstitious than religious.

The remote coordinates haven’t defeated the chefs in the slightest: the lodge is renowned for the quality of its ingredients and gorgeous presentation, from the char, salmon and moose carpaccio to the cranberry granita. We draw from this experience in the field to teach a set of skills and knowledge based in expedience and realism, skills that actually get used while outdoors. The Financial Times and its journalism are subject to a self-regulation regime under the FT Editorial Code of Practice. Glass-fronted waterside cabins are made from upcycled greenhouses; Bedouin-style tents have solid wooden floors, and lanterns. Some of the Christian and Pagan rituals merged over time, so today the summer solstice can be a fascinating blend of the two.

Of the 212 built along the country’s coast between 1655 and 1932, dozens have been turned into holiday homes. Could William Shakespeare have got his inspiration for his comedic tale, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, from this tradition? km that girdles the country, or by following the Golden Circle, a popular driving route in the of around 300 km in the country’s southwest, looping out from the lively capital Reykjavik. But there are gorgeous hotels here, too, including Hotel Løkken Strand, which opened last June in the former schoolhouse of the coastal town of Løkken. There is also a 100-year-old sauna and Jacuzzi house, and acres of lakeside meadow and woodland to explore on foot; in summer, guests often walk to the top of the nearby fell at midnight to admire the views.



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