There are many interesting areas to see when you travel to Europe. The unique history of each country is just waiting for you to explore.
The subregion in the Northern Europe, Scandinavia, comprises Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. While Danish, Finish, Icelandic, Norwegians and Swedes make the majority.
Rich Multicultural History
In the far north lives a small minority group known as the Sami people. They are identified by the UN as an indigenous people, with many old traditions. You will love the details of their traditional costume as it displays vibrant colours with beautiful patterns interwoven into the cloth. When you travel Europe you get the opportunity to discover a unique lifestyle very few know about. The weather in Scandinavia is cold year-round so do not forget to bring thick clothing.
Travel to Spain and enjoy sizzling cuisine to world-class museums and cutting-edge art galleries. Try the intoxicating flamingo, dance with its roots in many pots. Don’t worry there are plenty of dancers willing to help you go with the beat.
The Sorb experience in Germany is a small but determined ethnic group. As you travel Europe, you will see signs in English, French, Spanish, Germany but also Basque, Sorbian and Catalans. You will find it amusing to see these less commonly spoken languages but in travel areas, the signs are written in two languages.
The Bretons are in danger of fading as an extinct ethnic group in Brittany France. The Bretons have carved an significant role in world history and great builders of enchanting castles. Travelling around Europe gets you a chance to see these ethnic groups before their rich culture vanish forever.
When you travel Europe, you take not only a vacation but also an opportunity to see into the lives of others such as English, Dutch, Polish, Czech, Bretons, Roma, Sami and many others.
Take your chance to travel to Europe to see and experience the rich multicultural history of every country before they disappear. We do not know, perhaps in the next few years, the remaining influence of these small ethnic groups will be no more to be found and an opportunity to witness their vibrant lifestyle will be gone forever.