Camping in Scandinavia
Have you considered going camping in Scandinavia? No matter where exactly you choose to go, n this camping-friendly region you will find first-class campsites and facilities. Camping Card Scandinavia is valid for the whole year in Denmark, Norway and Sweden, as well as in Finland and you should purchase it. The price is reasonable and there are discounts for groups of 5+ people and single overnight stays.
There are more than 600 camping sites in Sweden, both for vehicles/caravans/RVs and tents, many of which are in the midst of wilderness. Almost every campground has recreational area for visitors and some of them are open year-round. At many campgrounds in this Scandinavian country, the “Camping Card International” is accepted, although we still suggest purchasing the Camping Card Scandinavia. Keep in mind that camping in free nature is permitted, although having camp fires and camping on private property is restricted.
If you asked which of Scandinavian countries is our favorite when it comes to camping, it would definitely be Denmark. Camping in this friendly country has many benefits: variety of camping locations (close to cities, in forest areas, along the coast etc.), facilities of high standard, children-friendly areas. However, it’s not allowed to camp outside of camping sites in Denmark. For this reason, Camping Card Scandinavia is a necessity. In general, camping in this Scandinavian country costs DKK 45 -56 for night in high season, while in autumn and spring it is cheaper. At most campsites pets are allowed.
If you go camping in Norway, you will have an entirely relaxing or breathtaking holiday, depending on the choice of location. Norway as a country has a lot to offer and there are campsite everywhere, no matter if you want to place a tent, park a vehicle or simply to rent a cottage (or a cute cabin). Camping anywhere outside of towns is permitted for 48h, but without open fires in summer. Bringing animals into Norway is not allowed because of the rabies.
In Scandinavia, nudism is completely normal, since this is the most open-minded region in Europe (arguably, on Earth). It’s nothing unusual to swim naked or to sunbathe completely in the nude. However, it’s not accepted to behave indecently and sexually offending.