Scandinavia is full of romance. Here are our picks for the most romantic Scandinavian destinations and activities, whether you're looking for a romantic place as a couple or you want to add some romance to your visit if you're in Scandinavia on Valentine's Day. Or maybe you're thinking about getting married in Scandinavia?
For couples wanting a romantic Scandinavian destination, there's no way around the Blue Lagoon. Its remote location in Iceland makes it a little unusual to be a unique experience, but also keeps it exclusive enough to not get crowded. The Blue Lagoon is likely Iceland's best-known romantic getaway.
The Karen Blisen suite in the 300-year old Hotel D'Angleterre has been voted the most romantic suite in Denmark. Hotel D'Angleterre is one of Copenhagen's best luxury hotels and found near the Royal Palace and Europe's longest shopping street Strøget. The romantic lobby includes old-world marble and crystal accents and all rooms have antiques and marble bathrooms - along with views on the green gardens.
What would a romantic trip for two be without a visit to the Geirangerfjord? Although this destination requires some time to get to, it's one of the most romantic spots Scandinavia can possibly offer. And all the credit goes to Mother Nature. If you're a nature-loving couple, the Geirangerfjord should be your first choice for a romantic trip.
A bit chilly, but extremely romantic and unforgettable. Imagine you and your partner sleeping in your own glittering white room made of ice and snow, snuggled in warm fur blankets and sleeping bags. You have a choice of several ice hotels in Scandinavia, so romance can even come with a selection of destinations. Keep in mind that these hotels are only open in winter and spring.
Romantic travel doesn't always have to happen on Valentine's Day! If you're a couple visiting Scandinavia around the holiday season, the Scandinavian Christmas markets simply have to be on your list of things to do. These traditional Christmas markets are so very romantic, and have an old-world charm that is impossibly to describe.
This is for courageous couples. During the Stockholm Ghost Walk, a professional guide and his lantern lead you through alleyways, romantic old courtyards and dark side streets while telling true accounts about nearby ghosts, hauntings, murder and romantic mysteries. Each tour includes a refreshment break in a 17th century underground wine cellar, which is actively haunted...