News and Media from Miki Travel Nordic Portion Denmark/Finland/Norway/Sweden

Weekly Theme Update: Christmas

Hello, dear readers! Christmas season is upon us, and this week we will present some Christmas photos from our region!

First off is the Christmas market inside Tivoli in Copenhagen. Aside from the usual attractions, the park now has Christmas lighting, decorations and over 50 stalls. Among the many delights are “Gløgg” or mulled wine and “Æbeskiver” – danish pancakes shaped like a sphere.

Tivoli2 Tivoli3 Tivoli4 Tivoli1

Several department stores in Scandinavia have special decorations for Christmas season. Among these, the most famous are Stockmann in Helsinki and NK in Stockholm. Both change the decorations for each year, and the locals are always looking forward to see when the year’s Christmas decorations are set up. Below is Stockmann’s, where the store has put a raised walkway for the children to get a good look. NK’s display has many moving figures and objects, and also uses the entire storefront to welcome the season.

Stockmann NK

Our workplace is receiving some touch up for Christmas as well. Even though we delayed quite a bit, we finally got out the decorations to get some proper Christmas atmosphere in the office!

Jul3 Jul4 Jul1 Jul2

That concludes the update for this time. Do you have any decorations for Chirstmas at your workplace? Please write to us in the comments!

Merry Christmas!

Similar posts
  • Scandinavia – the perfect desti... Last week saw the European finals of the most prestigious food contest in the world, the Bocuse d’Or. Informally known as the world championships of fine culinary arts and cooking, the event to decide the qualifiers from Europe was held in Tallinn – the capital of Estonia. With some of the strongest contestant nations, the [...]
  • The Nordic Capitals are ideal for hik... All the Nordic countries have a lot of beautiful, quiet nature – often very close to the cities. Helsinki has the Nuuksio National Park, Stockholm has the UNESCO World Heritage site, The Woodland Cemetery, as well as the island Royal Djurgården famous for its many museums, parks, canals and forest paths. Oslo has its own [...]
  • Oslo Pass – how to make the most of i... Did you know that the Oslo Pass is among the best ways to explore the city, both in terms of value and flexibility? With free use of public transport, entrances to all the main museums and discounts on sightseeing tours, restaurants and other services, it’s a one stop shop for any tourist wanting to maximize [...]
  • Oslo Pass – how to make the mos... Did you know that the Oslo Pass is among the best ways to explore the city, both in terms of value and flexibility? With free use of public transport, entrances to all the main museums and discounts on sightseeing tours, restaurants and other services, it’s a one stop shop for any tourist wanting to maximize [...]
  • Any good food in Scandinavia? Lots of new restaurants have received stars and mentions in the Michelin guide which were presented this week, and many also kept their previous stars. But that’s not all! The Scandinavian teams have yet again showed that they are among the best in the world during the Culinary Olympics which were held in Stuttgart, also [...]

No Comments Yet

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Follow us on Instagram @miki_nordic

Subscribe to our Newsletter