The Northern Europe consists of 2 regions namely Nordic Region and Baltic region.
The Nordic Region of Europe consists of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Iceland, as well as the Faroe Islands and Åland. This region is also known as Scandinavia to mark the group of 3 countries namely Denmark, Sweden and Norway. The Nordic countries have stunning landscapes, the northern lights, historic neighbourhoods, and modern cities. There’s a lot to love about the Nordic countries of Europe. Lakes and forests characterize the expansive Finnish landscape. Rovaniemi is the capital of Finnish Lapland and the official home town of Santa Claus. where he has his Santa Claus Office and his main post office. Iceland, the volcanic island in the north Atlantic is famous for its hot springs and dramatic scenery. Norway is synonymous with dramatic, beautiful scenery stretches from the beaches and cliffs in the south through the mountainous areas in the middle to the midnight sun at the North Cape and not to forget the Northern Lights. Sweden is the largest country in the Nordic Region is also the one with the biggest population. Fisheries and rugged scenery characterize the Faroe Islands, an archipelago in the North Atlantic. Åland consists of 6,757 islands situated midway between Sweden and Finland. Although Åland is part of Finland, Ålanders speak Swedish.
Baltic region includes Latvia , Lithuania and Estonia. Baltics are always intriguing and fascinating. From medieval spires of Tallinn, crazy nightlife in the city that never sleeps – Riga, to Baroque Vilnius and lovely nostalgic evenings in Nida, admiring high dunes near the seaside, The Baltic states are a must explore destinations on the bucket list of every avid traveller.