Northern Europe


Seasons in Russian Karelia

The Republic of Karelia is located in North-West Russia.

Most of the territory of Karelia is a hilly plain with strongly pronounced traces of glacier activity. Rock firmament on the earth's surface still retains traces of ancient mountains. About half of the Republic is covered with forest (main species are pine and spruce), a quarter of the territory is water surface. In Karelia more than 60 thousand lakes and 27 thousand rivers.

Seasons in Estonia

Roughly climate of Estonia is divided into two half. Eastern is characterized by pronounced continental type of weather conditions and western lies under influence of Baltic Sea. Hence continental part of country is slightly colder. Warmest month of a year is July and coldest one is February. Dull and cloudy weather prevails.

Seasons in Lithuania

You can observe all beautiful seasons in Lithuania with snowy winters, blooming springs, bright summers and golden autumns. There is a humid continental climate in Lithuania. The Baltic Sea with its moderating maritime influences the climate.

Seasons in Latvia

It is relativity the same type of climate in Latvia. Despite the weather is stable for whole the territory much difference may be noticed between the northwest and south areas. The closer it is to Baltic Sea the warmest it is. Atlantic makes huge influence on the country’s weather. Winds mostly come from there bringing with it a lot of amount of precipitation - about 600-800 mm per year.

Seasons in Iceland

Iceland is a region, full of contrasts. It becoming clear when you take a look at its natural views and landscapes: majestic glaciers, active volcanoes, hot wells, waterfalls and mysterious caves, green meadows with lush grass and rivers full of fish.

Seasons in Sweden

Sweden is a rich country with a high standard of living, expensive prices, innovative technologies and careful attitude to nature. In addition to the brilliant architecture, magnificent castles, ancient churches and unusual museums, fascinating beauty of nature is one of the main reasons why the country annually attracts about 5 million people.

Seasons in Denmark

The birthplace of the famous fairy tales by Hans Christian Andersen, the most southern of the Scandinavian countries Denmark is a country located on the Jutland Peninsula and adjacent Islands of the Danish archipelago, where there are "the happiest people in the world."