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Explore Scandinavia and Europe
Transcript of Explore Scandinavia and Europe
Scandinavia / Nordic region
40% of the Danes commute to office by cycle!
Netherlands / Holland
For communication in Pune
and journey continues .......
The capital of Sweden
Nobel Prize Ceremony
The Oresund bridge joins Denmark and Sweden
Best Swedish beach at Malmo
Vigelandsparken Sculpture Park, Oslo
Northenmost point of mainland Europe
Diving in Norway
Norway Snowmobile driving
Santa Claus village, Rovaniemi
Sami people in Finnish Lapland
Snow Castle in Kemi, Finland
Husky dog safari
Snow mobile rides
Hans Christian Andersen
Little Mermaid, Copenhagen
The most scenic journey of life
Or by car.
the Bavarian castle
Brandenburg gate, Berlin
Festival of light, Berlin
BMW welt and headquarters, Munich
Cycling between city and countryside in Germany
Three widely traveled rivers are:
and the river
Eiffle tower, Paris
Palace of Versailles
Arc de triomphe, Paris
Memorial and museum
Dine the french way
Skiing in French Alps
Saimaa canal, Lappeenranta
Flow park in Turku
Johan Ludvig Runeberg
Swiss national park
The Chillon Castle
Jungfraujoch – Top of Europe
Heidi land, Zurich
On the way to mount Titlis
Falafal and subway sandwiches are the best vegetarian food in europe other than salads and cheese.Falafal is fried dal wada with salad and rice or bread.
Complementary breakfast is available in hotels which includes fruits, porridge(e.g. cereals boiled in water, milk or both), cornflakes, bread, butter, cheese, jam, biscuits, tea and coffee.
In subway you can tell them the sandwich ingredients as per your choice.
Italian and mexican food suits indian taste buds. So you can try this continental food. Believe us you will love it.
In Europe you will not only find vegan and vegetarian restaurants but also Indian, Nepali and Pakistani restaurants.
In Switzerland you can even have vada-pao at the mountain site. You can find boards written in Hindi outside hotels.
Well, you can visit ISKON temples in Europe and at the same time Harekrishna restaurants for vegetarian food.
For a change, you can try McDonald's Veg-Berger. They are really good.
An Eurail pass :: This makes the journey easier countrywide. You can buy it for 1 to 24 countries starting from 37 euros to 369 euros. For more information check out this site :
Means of transportation are city buses and trams and in metro cities by metro.
In Scandinavian cities, one can buy a day-pass and can go around anywhere within city boundaries by bus or trams.
Or buy a hop-on and hop-off ticket and use their buses which are connected through city attractions.
Eurostar trains are high speed and only reservation ticket trains. However, Eurail travelers can get a discount known as the 'Pass holder' fare.
Some guidelines about food
The region has an extensive hiking network with various thematic routes.
Western Norway's easily accessible fjords and mountains offers activities
such as hiking, glacier walking, fishing and cycling.
Between the Oslo fjord and the forests lies the Norwegian capital. Oslo has a special combination of city life and easy access to the great outdoors.
Nobel Peace Center, Oslo
It presents the Nobel Peace Prize laureates and their work, in addition to telling the story of Alfred Nobel and to host exhibitions on war, peace and conflict resolution.
Opera House, Oslo
Far above the Arctic Circle, at the northern limits of Scandinavia, live one of Europe’s last indigenous peoples, the Sami.
They are, or for the most part were, a seminomadic group, migrating with their reindeer from the forests to the northern coast for the short Arctic summer.
604 metres (1982 feet)
Ice hotel room
The children of the Earth monument