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    Stockholm, Sweden. Pay a visit to City Hall, an icon of Nordic National Romantic architecture. Make sure to look up and see the gold crowns atop its tower.

    Riga, Latvia. The Railway Bridge crosses over the city's Daugava River, With an architectural heritage that ranges from medieval to Art Nouveau and ultra modern, Riga is a lively fusion of old and new.

    Alesund, Norway. Art Nouveau is the signature architectural style of this village of small islands and canals. A charming harbor, towering fjords and mountains complete the picturesque setting, especially at twilight.

    Copenhagen, Denmark. A treasure trove of art, history, architecture and modern design. Scandinavia's largest city mixes fairy tale settings like palaces, castles and elegant gardens with cutting-edge style and contemporary chic.

    Bergen, Norway. Often regarded as the most popular cascades in the country, the Vøringfossen Waterfall is only the 83rd highest in Norway.

    Riga, Latvia. Take a canal boat tour around the largest city in the Baltic States and see the seaside resort where tsars once swam.

    Bottoms up in Copenhagen, Denmark! Go on a brewery tour to learn about—and drink—Carlsberg beer. Along the way you'll see the Elephant Gate, the most famous building of the brewery site, and the four life-size granite elephants that guard it.

    Honningsvåg, Norway. This little fishing village invites you to get to know the Sami culture, visit herds of reindeer, and join a king-crab safari or a dog-sledding team under the Northern Lights.

    Helsinki, Finland. Hike the Uutela nature park, one of the many beautiful gardens and harborside parks of the Finnish capital.

    Stockholm, Sweden. Water and green space are never far away in the stylish Swedish capital. The Slussen interchange is one of the best places to take in the view of boats passing by.

    Helsinki, Finland. Head to the island fortress of Suomenlinna, once the greatest fortress in the Baltic Sea.

    Take a trip to the world's most northernmost city of Tromso and discover Norway's most scenic landscapes. Blue fjords, glaciers and tranquil forests make this arctic city picture-perfect.

    Drive along the Øresund Bridge, a hybrid railway-motorway, and enjoy beautiful views of Denmark and Sweden's coastlines from 187 feet above the Øresund Strait.

    Traverse the streets of St. Petersburg to the vibrantly colorful domed Church of Savior on Spilled Blood, where Emperor Alexander II was assassinated. This famous Russian landmark is situated along the Griboedov Canal, with paved roads on either side.

    Discover Estonia's proud heritage on a walking tour of Upper and Lower Old Town. Travel on foot alongside a guide through the well-preserved medieval Tallinn, one of the oldest cities on the Baltic Sea.

    Ride the Fløibanen cable train to the highest point of Bergen. Once at the top of Norway's Mount Floien, you can enjoy the many hiking trails with beautiful vistas overlooking the city.

    See the Grand Cascade, a series of 64 fountains, 37 gilt statues and 3 waterfalls in Peterhof. The spectacular gardens are often regarded as "Russia's Versailles".

    Stroll through the lush plants of the Copenhagen Botanical Garden. Cast-iron spiral stairs lead to passageways in the Palm House, which is just one of the 27 glasshouses on the property. Admission to this botanic garden in Denmark is free.

    Travel down the Griboedov Canal of St. Petersburg for beautiful views of the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood. The iconic cathedral is a visual feast of rich colors, domed cupolas, and altars of semiprecious stones that shine at sunset.

    See the sun set over Slussen, an area of central Stockholm in Sweden. Named after the locks that allow water flow between Lake Malaren and the Baltic Sea, this neighborhood is seen as a hub of public transportation.

    Spend the afternoon in Porvoo, one of the six medieval towns of Finland, just south of Helsinki.

    Visit Lysefjord, a steep fjord located in Forsand, Norway. Two lightly populated villages can be found at each end of the fjord.

    Visit the largest orthodox church in Western Europe. Built in 1868, the Uspenski Cathedral in Helsinki, Finland is free of charge to visitors.

    Take a leap of faith on Svolværgeita, the horned boulders of Svolvær, Norway.

    Vist the Faroe Islands, an archipelago found between the Norwegian Sea and North Atlantic Ocean.