Inspired by Nordic crime novels, chefs - and more flight options - Australians are flocking to Europe's deep north, writes Ute Junker.
Escapees from pricey Copenhagen and new waves of immigration have turned Malmo into a multicultural metropolis.
Norway, land of 1000 waterfalls and possibly the world's most successful society, has a secret. It's called friluftsliv.
Two absurdly cute polar bear cubs cuddle each other, intertwined like little white clouds.
The tiny island has been a refuge for criminals, a holiday island for royalty and a smugglers' lair.
The exceptionally clear quality of the light in the coastal resort town of Kragero has turned it into an artist's mecca.
The former childhood home town of Sydney Opera House architect Jorn Utzon has been transformed into a Danish design destination.