The best way of finding the best price for your trip is to plan in advance and be flexible with dates and times.
Spring brings with it new things to do, new events and new attractions in each of the Scandinavian countries.
With the Stockholm Card in your hand, a traveler can choose from 80 museums and attractions and gets free transportation in the Swedish capital. Nice.
Ride a sightseeing boat or ferry, the subway, an SL bus, or a streetcar. Browse excellent museums with art, aristocrats, world heritage, Vikings, the Nobel Prize, technology, and design. The Stockholm card can be purchased in multiple popular currencies and is valid for 1, 2, 3 or 5 days from the first time you use it. The card is valid once per museum/attraction and is good for an unlimited number of trips on SL transit vehicles. You can find out more here.
March 1 is Beer Day in Iceland. Yes, seriously - Icelanders have a day dedicated to the world's favorite beverage! This popular annual event began in 1989, when after 75 long years, prohibition of beer was lifted.
Nowadays, Reykjavik's bars, restaurants, and clubs are especially wild on Beer Day. Take the opportunity to taste the three local brands of Iceland beer: Egils, Thule, and Viking.
No word yet on plans to make March 2nd National Aspirin Day.
The month of March in Scandinavia is a great month for travel, because it is in the off-season. This means Scandinavia travelers can get a cheaper vacation in March and it's a popular off-season month for smart travelers on a budget! Many summer activities will be opening this or next month, too.
The weather can still be chilly in March, but is steadily improving. The dreary winter days are now over, and there is much more daylight available now. Also a great month for a...more about March in Scandinavia (along with events, weather information and packing tips).