The National Aquarium Denmark, or _Den Blå Planet_ in Danish, is a public aquarium in Kastrup, Denmark. It hosts over 400 different species including fish, eels, sharks, and stingrays.
Skansen is the world’s oldest open-air museum, and the only open-air museum to feature wild animals. Located in Stockholm, the museum was opened on 11 October 1891 by Artur Hazelius, it illustrates the tapestry of culture and social traditions prevalent in pre-industrialized Sweden.
Norway Yacht Charter is the largest operator and owner of fjord cruises, sightseeing boats, and ferries on the Oslo Fjord. Its fleet docks outside Oslo City Hall (Rådhusbrygge Pier 3) all year around, and has become something of a landmark in and of itself.
The Flying Cinema Tour of Helsinki is a virtual reality experience that takes visitors on a 4D tour of the city. It is located in Helsinki, Finland.
Copenhagen City Hall is the towering castle-like headquarters of the municipal council - and also of the Lord Mayor of the Copenhagen Municipality. The building is located on City Hall Square, in central Copenhagen.
RedRib is a company offering outdoor activities, boat tours, water sports and other fun experiences in Helsinki, Finland.
Klara Mälarstrand is a dock and tour departure point on the waterfront in Stockholm. It can be reached on foot, by metro or by train.
Ripley's Believe It or Not! Copenhagen is a museum in Denmark dedicated to the world's weird and wonderful phenomenon and objects. The franchise, which has sites around the world, was founded by eccentric entrepreneur, Robert Ripley.
Feel the magic in one of the most unique fairgrounds in the world
Waltz right into one of the oldest zoos in Europe
Become an ocean explorer at Northern Europe's largest aquarium
Explore a microcosm of old-world Sweden in the world's oldest open air museum