Viking Warrior Paint

Viking Warrior Paint

Viking warriors were known for their fearsome appearance and battlefield ferocity. Part of their look included distinctive paint designs on their faces, which helped to intimidate their enemies and boost morale among their fellow warriors. The paint designs used by Viking warriors varied based on individual preferences, tribal affiliations, and regional customs. Some designs were … Read more

Vikings Clothes

Vikings Clothes

Viking clothing was made from natural materials such as wool, linen, and animal skins. The Vikings lived in a cold climate, so their clothing was designed to keep them warm and dry. They also had a practical and functional approach to clothing, with a focus on durability and ease of movement. Men’s Clothing: Viking men … Read more

Viking Hairstyles

Viking Hairstyles

Viking hairstyles were an important part of the Viking culture, and they varied according to social status, gender, and occupation. Vikings, who lived in the Nordic countries during the Viking Age (8th to 11th century), were known for their fierce reputation and distinctive hairstyles. Let’s take a closer look at some of the most common … Read more

Top 10 Viking Sites to Explore Around Scandinavia

Are you secretly a history buff with a deep appreciation for mythology? Well, while the Vikings were completely real, their stories are usually hyperbolized and shrouded in myths and mystery. Many of which originated from Scandinavia! So, if this is something you find fascinating, Norway, Sweden, Finland, or Denmark is your best choice for a … Read more

Viking History

Over 1000 years ago, Norsemen left their homes with the aim of pursuing reaches abroad. Therefore, Vikings refer to the name of seafaring individuals from Scandinavia who traded, settled, pirated, and raided different parts of Europe from the 8th to 11th centuries. T he achievements of the Vikings included raiding as well as plundering. Apart … Read more

Valkyrie Names

Just like the Norwegian last names had meanings, the Valkyrie names represented the group of the warrior maidens that served god Odin. The Valkyries were powerful females sent to the battlefield in choosing pass judgment on the slain. They are believed to have supernatural powers and would be flown through the air and sea. The … Read more

Viking wedding

There can never be an interesting read than that which dates back to the Viking age. Today, weddings are common events where two lovebirds come together to make vows before witnesses. But what did the weddings in the viking time look like?  I love weddings just like any other people do. It is only at … Read more

Viking Tattoos

The Vikings were more than just barbarians and plunder. They were complex people, keen travelers, farmers, skilled seafarers, the balance of the universe, and believers in destiny. When talking about the famous Vikings, individuals such as Erick the Red, Eric Bloodaxe, Olaf Tryggvason, Harald Hardrada, and Stiklestad Museum are well remembered in history. The beliefs … Read more

Famous Vikings

Famous Vikings

Famous Vikings occupy an important place in the history of Scandinavia which no one can choose to conveniently ignore. It does not matter what any person thinks or feels about what they did. Yes, they conducted raids, conquest and often created havoc. Nonetheless, Scandinavia as it is today is traced to these activities that brought … Read more

The Viborg honeymoon


Viborg Viborg, Denmark is one of the best and coziest tourist destinations in Scandinavia today. It has a very small and quaint population of just under 35,000 people, and it is located in the central part of the country. Despite its very small footprint, Viborg offers the perfect honeymoon opportunity or a chance to get … Read more

Visby – Gotland

The Viking Town of Visby In the midst of the Baltic Sea lies this gem of an island that in eons has been a popular place for Swedish tourists. Also in recent years, tourists from abroad definitely have discovered this special place, and it is certainly worth it! Here is some of Sweden’s oldest settlements, and … Read more

Gothenburg-The City by The Sea

Gothenburg Sweden’s second largest city and known for being the home to Liseberg, The Göta Canal, and a lot of fun, but it is also an oasis of shopping, trendy bars and even a dedicated Volvo museum. The city lies on both sides of the Göta Coastal Mouth, and has roots back to the 1600s. … Read more

Aarhus – The World’s Smallest Big City

Aalborg City Guide

Aarhus City The world’s smallest big city, Aarhus, in Denmark, is a vibrant place with Danish charm, beautiful surroundings and sausages. Vikings certainly did something right when they founded this city. With around 330,000 inhabitants, Aarhus is Denmark’s second largest city. Housing around 40,000 students, it is also a young and vibrant city. It mixes this … Read more

Borgund Stave Church

Borgund Stave church Borgund stave church is located in Borgund in the Laerdal municipality in the county Sogn og Fjordane. Approx. 200 km east of the city Bergen, and 50 km from Flam. This church is considered as a very well preserved stave church -the most authentic of all- from the middle ages. With the incremental … Read more