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WINTER ESCAPES t 34


Sell a winter holiday to Scandinavia with Laura French’s pick of the highlights


owering pines dusted with freshly-fallen powder, dusky pink skies stretching into infinity and blankets of white snow glittering like a Christmas card – Scandinavia in the winter is nothing short of


mesmerising. And it’s all the more special when darkness falls, bringing glimpses of the elusive aurora to those in the right place at the right time. Throw in a generous array of winter activities, a smattering of unusual


stays and a handful of festive city breaks and it’s hard to find a reason not to sell this region for the colder season – especially for those who’ve missed out on a summer break and want to make up for lost time. So where should you suggest and why? We’ve put together our pick of the best.


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1 TAKE A ROAD TRIP AROUND ICELAND


Reykjavik and the Golden Circle have become bucket-list staples the world over and for good reason, with their theatrical scenes of exploding geysers, crashing falls and kaleidoscopic lakes. But this extraordinary country has plenty more to offer those willing to dig deeper, not least in the east – where the volcanic peaks and dramatic glaciers of Skaftafell meet lesser-visited geothermal sites like Lake Myvatn – and the north, where quaint fishing towns such as Husavik, known as the whale-


watching capital, sit amid swathes of picturesque farmland. Book it: Regent Holidays combines the highlights of the south, east and north in a 10-day Iceland on the Road self-drive, priced from £1,455 including flights, car hire and accommodation on a B&B basis. regent-holidays.co.uk


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