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Annual Events in Scandinavia

Here travelers can find information on large events and Scandinavian traditions that can be experienced in Scandinavia every year.
  1. Annual Events in Denmark
  2. Annual Events in Sweden
  3. Annual Events in Norway
  4. Annual Events in Iceland
  5. Annual Events in Finland
  6. Christmas in Scandinavia (25)
  7. Independence Days in Scandinavia (6)
  8. Scandinavia Month By Month (14)
  9. Easter Traditions (6)

St. Martin's Day
What and when is St. Martin's Day (Mårten Gås)? November 11 is the feast day of St. Martin and this day is celebrated the night before in most countries, such as Norway, Sweden and Denmark.

Scandinavian Holidays & Festivals
Will there be a public holiday or large annual events during your stay? Learn about national holidays and important event dates in Scandinavia with...

New Year's Eve in Scandinavia
New Year's Eve in Scandinavia offers visitors lots of parties, fireworks, and celebrations. Learn where to go and what to do on New Year's Eve!

Hanukkah in Scandinavia
Learn about Hanukkah in Scandinavia, the Jewish celebration in December. Also spelled Chanukah, Hanukkah is celebrated in a traditional way amongst Jewish families in Scandinavia, especially in Sweden and Denmark...

May 1: Labor Day in Scandinavia
Labor Day in Scandinavia (also called May Day) takes place on May 1 every year. More about Labor Day...

Epiphany in Scandinavia: January 6
When is Epiphany in Scandinavia? What is celebrated on this annual holiday, in Scandinavian churches? Learn more about the day of Epiphany which falls on January 6 each year.

Halloween in Scandinavia: Traditions & Celebrations
Let's find out what the Scandinavian Halloween traditions are, and how halloween is celebrated. Are there parties, pumpkin carvings, and trick or treating in Scandinavia? Find out here.

Octoberfest in Scandinavia
Find an Octoberfest in Scandinavia in this travel article about Octoberfest events in the Scandinavian countries!

Valentine's Day in Scandinavia
Learn how Valentines Day is celebrated in Scandinavia's countries Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Iceland. Learn about local Valentines traditions for your honeymoon in Scandinavia.

Midsummer in Scandinavia: The Midsummer's Eve Traditions
Midsummer's Eve is an interesting old tradition in Scandinavia. Find out how Midsummer in Scandinavia is celebrated and what exactly Midsummer's Eve is. A great travel tip for all June travelers!

Sami National Day
Sami National Day is celebrated on February 6 with Sami-related festivities especially in Norway and surrounding countries. Learn more about Sami National Day...

2 x New Year's Celebrations - Celebrate Twice In Scandinavia
Learn about celebrating New Year's Eve twice in one night! Find out about Scandinavian New Year's celebrations in the Scandinavian country of Sweden, with this great travel tip and winter vacation idea for your New Year's vacation!

All Saints' Day in Scandinavia
All Saints' Day in Scandinavia is a public holiday which falls on November 1 in Western Christianity. However, in many Scandinavian regions, All Saints' Day is celebrated on the Saturday following October 30 with historic traditions.

Falsterbo Horseshow
Falsterbo Horseshow is Sweden´s largest annual sporting event and takes place in early July. At Falsterbo Horseshow, the program includes several horseback competitions and shows for horse lovers and riders of all ages.

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