One of Europe’s smallest countries but also one of the most advanced, Denmark is made of several islands some of which are as far away as Greenland or the Faroe Islands. Explore one of the centers of Nordic design and home of the world acclaimed Noma restaurant, or venture into some of the most remote parts of the continent, all in a small but spread out country.
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This epic Europe road trip is a well-planned list of things to see & routes to take across 47 countries in geographical Europe, nearly all of the EU countries!
The Faroe Islands is one of the least visited most remote parts of Europe and also one of the most naturally stunning. Discover the incredible and breathtaking landscapes of the Faroe Islands with this in-depth and personalised guide.
The Faroe Islands is a Danish self-governing archipelago of 18 islands in the North Atlantic located about an hour’s flight southeast of Reykjavik. They are isolated and receive few tourists, so there are few places to stay at. Let me help you decide where to stay on the Faroe Islands in this post.
Did you know that the Faroe Islands has more sheep and more puffin birds than people? Find out more fun facts about the Faroe Islands in this informative post!