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Planning a Trip in Scandinavia

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Hey, everyone!

So, my family (mom, dad, brother) and I, are planning to visit Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark this April (2016). Since my dad is really busy, we can give the trip about 20 days at most - so how would you suggest we plan it? We're all really outdoorsy and we love being active.

It would be really helpful if you could advise me along these pointers:

1. How many days in each country - and where in those countries?
2. Fun things to do there (local stuff)
3. I'm really interested in viewing the Northern Lights... How would you suggest I do it?

If there's anything else that I've forgotten, please do add it in your reply. Your help means a lot to me.

Thanks in advance!

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