** This guide has been updated with 2023 dates!**
There’s so much to love about Christmas time in Copenhagen, Denmark. The Christmas season is a magical time in Denmark where the Danish concept of “hygge” comes alive.
Hygge (pronounced hue-gah) can not be defined in a single English word translation, but Danes describe it as a cozy sense of being.
For Danes, Christmas is the most “hyggelig time of the year”. Sharing food, spending time with friends and family, sipping on hot gløgg, and decorating the Christmas tree by candlelight… all these moments blend into a wonderful concoction of coziness that makes up the feeling of hygge.
Here are some of the most unique holiday experiences you should not miss during the most “hyggelig time of the year” in Denmark’s beautiful capital Copenhagen this Christmas. View Post
A bucket list destination, the Paris of the North, the Capital of the Arctic. Tromsø, Norway goes by many names, but one thing is clear there’s no place like winter in Tromsø. A winter day in Tromsø can begin with dog sledding in the morning and end with the Northern Lights dancing above your head at night.
Tromsø is where your Arctic adventure begins, and where memories are made that will last you a lifetime. Are you curious as to what else may be waiting for you to discover in Tromsø? Read on for my 10 Must Do experiences during winter in Tromsø.
Mostar is the largest region in Bosnia-Hercegovina with a charming old town combined with stunning natural beauty. When you visit Mostar you can see the divisions where East blends with West. You’ll find mosques and churches as well as oriental design mixed with western influence.
Since 2010 Rovaniemi, Finland was named the Official Hometown of Santa Clause! I can say without a doubt this is the ultimate destination to experience the true magic of Christmas.