Ryanair has announced the introduction of a new route from London Stansted to Malmo.
In the summer season Latvian national airline airBaltic will increase direct flights to the Riga-Lappeenranta, Riga-Vaasa and Vaasa-Umea routes, offering an improved transit connections for passengers travelling via North Hub Riga to and from destinations in Western Europe, CIS countries, and the Mediterranean Region.
The leading international group for independent hotels, Worldhotels, has added two new properties in Scandinavia to its worldwide portfolio of 450 hotels; Berns Hotel in Stockholm and the newly opened Tivoli Hotel in Copenhagen.
British Airways is launching services to Gothenburg, Sweden’s second largest city, with flights from as little as £55.50 in Euro Traveller one-way including taxes, fees and charges.
SAS will increase the number of departures this autumn on several intra-Scandinavian routes due to strong demand.
For the summer season, the Latvian national airline airBaltic will start serving the Swedish cities of Visby and Lulea, to offer convenient connections over its North Hub Riga to the airline’s network in Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, CIS and the Middle East.
City break specialist, Cities Direct is highlighting free night deals which are available on selected city breaks to Scandinavia and the Baltic States during 2010.
Gothenburg in Sweden is becoming one of the world's top culinary destinations. It boasts the finest ingredients and inventive, open-minded chefs with a good handle on current Swedish tastes.
On March 29 of this year, the Latvian national airline airBaltic will launch new flights from Riga to Umea in Sweden.
This month sees the return of popular Swedish detective Wallander back to our screens, as the BBC broadcasts the much-awaited second series.
Travellers are realising that snow is good for a lot more than just skiing, according to The Adventure Company. The adventure tour operator has seen its winter multi-activity trips rise in popularity this season as travellers look for more varied and unusual ways to embrace the European winter.
Every year in snow capped destinations across Scandinavia, Russia, Canada and Alaska, sky-gazers flock to see the Northern Lights, otherwise known as the Aurora Borealis.
Copenhagen and the neighbouring region of Skane in south Sweden could be one of Europe’s best culinary secrets. It is said that the reason the food tastes so good in the Oresund region is due to its geographical position. It is far enough south to be able to grow most crops, but it is also northern enough for their growth to be slower, allowing the flavours to develop and mature.
On March 31, 1948 the Anna C, Costa’s first passenger ship set sail from Genoa bound for South America. The maiden voyage marked the beginning of Costa Cruises’ sparkling story. 60 years on, the cruise giant is celebrating its diamond anniversary by offering customers a special discount of up to 20% on a selection of cruises throughout 2008.
DFDS Seaways has an excellent range of short breaks, specially designed for families, ideal for the school holidays and keeping the children amused. Whether you want a simple family meal inclusive deal, a budget short break, or a special trip to a world class theme park.
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