Best Served Scandinavia specialises in tailor-made travel to Nordic and Baltic countries as well as Canada; explore the destinations below to discover your perfect escape.
Straddling Finland and Sweden, Lapland is perfect for viewing the Northern Lights, as well as seeing Santa on a Christmas trip with children . Enjoy winter wildlife safaris, pristine woodland hikes, fine food and plenty of family-oriented and outdoors fun year-round.
Discover Norway, where high coastal cliffs and steep-sided fjords sit alongside snowy peaks, forested hills, glaciers and Arctic tundra. Whether you seek the Northern Lights or the midnight sun, there is always something to explore in Norway.
Explore Finland's incomparable beauty and inimitable Nordic style. From nights in glass igloos under the Northern Lights to summer self-drives and stays in designer city hotels, this is a country of spectacular landscapes and cutting-edge innovation.
Sweden's attractions are many and varied, from the Arctic wilderness of the far north – home to thrilling adventures and the world's first ice hotel – to urban fashion shows, archipelago sailing trips and city's packed with inspiring architecture.
Remote and isolated, Iceland is a snowflake away from the Arctic Circle, surrounded on all sides by the swells of the Atlantic. A geological marvel of bubbling volcanic landscapes and spectacular Northern Lights displays, it's year-round beauty is impossible to ignore.
Greenland may be tiny in numbers but its landscapes pack a big punch. Greenland is rarely on a seasoned traveller's radar, but once they delve into its glacier-dotted fjords, world-famous ice sheets and quaint historic villages, they're often stunned.
The smallest country in Scandinavia, Denmark is spread across hundreds of islands wedged between northern Germany and the Scandinavian Peninsula.
The world's second largest country isn't short of charms, quirks and attractions. Big, boisterous, beautiful and surprisingly hard to define, Canada is a traveller's dream.
Vast and varied, Russia lends itself to being explored by rail, with a number of great rail journeys crossing the country and connecting its leading sights.
Spitsbergen, just 620 miles from the North Pole, is one of the world’s most remote places and one of the most reliable when it comes to spotting polar bears and the Northern Lights.