The top places to see the Northern Lights
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These days, there are very few people who don’t have the Northern lights on their bucket list. After all, such an alluring and fascinating natural phenomenon is far and few in-between. The only issue is where to begin your search for northern lights; with many people on a treasure hunt for the aurora borealis, the many signposts to different countries may seem overwhelming. You’ve probably heard of the Aurora zone stretching across Northern Scandinavia, but did you know you can spot the Northern Lights from Scotland? Here’s a roundup of the top places to the see the northern lights: Lake Inari, Finland Too often overlooked, Finland boasts a beautiful landscape and excellent view of the northern lights, plus you’re as likely to spot a reindeer as a common pigeon in England. Lake Inari is by far the best background for that perfect Instagram shot.Get arty with the reflection in the lake water and take in the scene. Plus, line up your trip with the Christmas holidays, and a short visit to Lapland is bound to please children and the more festive adults. Looking for an extra festive way to travel around? Finland offers Reindeer or husky sleigh rides as a savvy mode of travel: simply book online at Lapland Safaris. Isle of Skye, Scotland
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