Scotland is the second largest country in Great Britain. It is bordered on the west and north by the Atlantic Ocean; on the east by the North Sea and on the south by England.
Stashed up in the Arctic Circle and often covered in snow, Lapland isn't always on everyone's holiday radar.
And we don't necessarily blame you – this winter wonderland is more than a little mysterious.
But it only takes a little peek through the icy curtains and you're bound to fall head over boots for Finland's northernmost region.
Switzerland is one of the richest countries in the world, and uses the Swiss franc as their main form of currency.
There is no doubting that it is big. At 130,596 square miles, Finland is the sixth largest country in western Europe (behind France, Spain, Sweden, Norway and Germany). And it is certainly northern – only Iceland, in the shape of Reykjavik, has a capital city which sits further up the torso of the planet than the Finnish kingpin Helsinki.
Canada is home to some of the most beautiful nature parks, untouched beaches, natural marvels and more!