CT Consults
10 May 2017

Not just Nordic Noir

Large grey concrete sculpture sits on lawn with with white rendered building in background with dome.

When someone mentions Scandinavia or the Nordic region we tend to think of stunning scenery of fjords, geysers, waterfalls, forests, snow covered wilderness or maybe Nordic noir literature and film, hygge, colourful sweaters and places that top international polls as the best and happiest places to live.  But maybe we should be considering visiting specifically to experience their contemporary culture?

So, with our Nordic partner Nordic Intercultural Creative Events (NICE), we have secured funding from NATA (North Atlantic Tourism Association) to visit Iceland and the Faroe Islands to start talks about the potential for cultural tourism.

Image: Ásmundarsafn (part of Reykjavík Art Museum)


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