There's so much to discover in the Nordic countries - from unique architecture and buzzing waterfronts to relaxed pavement cafés. Choose from stylish cities like Copenhagen, Helsinki and Malmo with their fascinating blend of old structures and stylish new restaurants.
Beyond the urban landscape lies a wealth of scenic attractions - vast lakes and forests, stunning coastlines and islands, mountain ranges and inviting trails.
The best of Northern Europe's finest scenery is yours to discover.
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For a truly cosmopolitan break, the Danish capital of Copenhagen is sure to exceed your expectations.
The centuries-old Rosenborg Castle blends in with the stylish, new cafes and restaurants of the Vesterbro district. The city is perfect for exploring on foot - even the Strřget, Europe's longest shopping street, is a car-free zone.
During your visit you might like to take a walk through one of Copenhagen's beautiful parks, swim in the pools around the harbour area or treat yourself to some window-shopping in the designer boutiques.
For bars and restaurants head to the pretty quayside of Nyhavn or wander further to see the iconic Little Mermaid statue. To complete your stay, don't miss a visit to Tivoli Gardens, the fairytale amusement park in the heart of the city.
- Hilton Copenhagen Airport
You'll get a welcome break from the usual pace of life when you arrive in Finland. From sailing and skiing to relaxing in a sauna, there's no better place to get away from it all, lie back and simply indulge a little.
The capital Helsinki, surrounded by sea and its own archipelago of 315 islands, is a haven of culture that's managed to retain its small-town appeal. The wide avenues and grand buildings display the clean lines and elegance of a city designed with attention to detail. This can be seen at the white marbled Finlandia Hall, the quirky Museum of Contemporary Art.
Helsinki also has an array of open-air cafes, a wonderful restaurant scene and vibrant nightlife for you to discover. And of course, a visit wouldn't be complete without a traditional Finnish sauna - available in all Hilton hotels.
Away from the capital, there are many other 'must see' attractions - the beautiful St Olaf's Castle, the island fortress of Suomenlinna, and the Retretti underground arts centre, to name but a few.
- Hilton Helsinki Kalastajatorppa
- Hilton Helsinki Strand
- Hilton Helsinki-Vantaa Airport
Iceland's distinctive natural beauty and buzzing nightlife makes this near-Arctic country an attractive year-round destination. Stunning natural features include glaciers, hot springs, geysers, active volcanoes, and vast lava deserts, which have to be seen to be believed.
Reykjavík has all the trappings of a modern European city, with a spirit of eccentricity mixed in. Lively cafes and pubs, as well as thriving nightclubs, sit alongside the brightly coloured old town with its rows of wood-and-corrugated-tin houses; all clustered together in a compact city centre.
And when it's time for a break from strolling around the city or exploring the dramatic landscapes, lie back and relax in the luxury spa facilities.
- Hilton Reykjavik Nordica
Stylish and sophisticated, Sweden's cities are famous for their high design and culture. Yet beyond the urban landscape is some of Scandinavia's finest scenery - vast lakes and forests, stunning coastlines and islands, mountain ranges and inviting trails.
From the air Sweden's capital, Stockholm, looks like an incomplete jigsaw of islands floating on the dark waters of the Baltic, mixing with the paler blue of Lake Mälaren. A leading centre of design and fashion, the city has a cutting edge style. The narrow streets of the Old Town are lined with boutiques and designer cafés. Also make time during your visit for the Swedish Royal Palace, the Vasa Museum and Skansen - the famous open-air museum.
Equally charming is Malmö, located on Sweden's southern tip. It's a gorgeous waterfront town boasting a beautiful medieval centre, a sandy beach, excellent shopping and the famous Řresund Bridge, linking it to Copenhagen. The Turning Torso, Malmö's new half-sculpture, half-high-rise landmark, is Sweden's highest building. After a days' sightseeing, why not enjoy a drink at one of the many pavement cafés around the picturesque square of Lilla Torg, or enjoy dinner at a romantic restaurant in the Gamla Väster area.
- Hilton Stockholm Slussen