Scandinavia Show set to return to London

Event showcases the best of Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland

The Scandinavia Show, incorporating the best of Scandinavian travel, design, lifestyle, fashion, culture and food, will be returning to London in October. Scheduled to take up the Brompton Hall at Earls Court on October 8-9, all of the exhibitors will have well-stocked stalls – including those promoting and selling holidays to the Nordic countries. The Scandinavia Show is the only UK show dedicated exclusively to showcasing the best of Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland. Everything there can be purchased. A diverse live entertainment program is promised, including the latest Scandinavian fashion, music and presentations on the best in contemporary Nordic food from top Scandinavian chefs.
The show focuses on Scandinavia’s most successful exports, one of which is travel. Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland are some of the greatest travel destinations in the world, the show’s organisers emphasise, and the Scandinavia Show will be the UK’s single most important showcase for Nordic tourism this year. The stands will provide lots of good offers and holiday planning information.
Scan Magazine
[photo: Jarlsberg Cheese, present at last year’s show]


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