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Strolling through the charming villages of the Faroes.

Strolling through the charming villages of the Faroes.

Find out how to spend 5 scenic and serene days in the stunning Faroe Islands with this 5 day Faroe Islands itinerary!

Faroe Islands Itinerary - 5 Scenic and Serene Days

Find out how to spend 5 scenic and serene days in the stunning Faroe Islands with this 5 day Faroe Islands itinerary!

1992

1992

Hendes Majestæt Dronning Margrethe II by Michael Melbye

Hendes Majestæt Dronning Margrethe II by Michael Melbye

10 Amazing things to see in the Faroe Islands

10 Amazing Things to See in the Faroe Islands

Saksun, Færøerne

Saksun, Færøerne

Faroe Pony / Faroe Islands. Faroese pony is mentioned in written sources from the 1600s. In the old days this pony breed was used to carry or haul heavy loads at farms and some sources also descripes Faroese ponies trained to herding sheep (known as tøkuhestar). When it wasn't at work, it was released onto the mountains where it roamed freely.

Faroe Pony / Faroe Islands. Faroese pony is mentioned in written sources from the 1600s. In the old days this pony breed was used to carry or haul heavy loads at farms and some sources also descripes Faroese ponies trained to herding sheep (known as tøkuhestar). When it wasn't at work, it was released onto the mountains where it roamed freely.

Tjornuvík, Northern Streymoy, Faroe Islands. The Faroe Islands are an island group and archipelago under the sovereignty of the Kingdom of Denmark, situated between the Norwegian Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, approximately halfway between Norway and Iceland.

Tjornuvík, Northern Streymoy, Faroe Islands. The Faroe Islands are an island group and archipelago under the sovereignty of the Kingdom of Denmark, situated between the Norwegian Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, approximately halfway between Norway and Iceland.

They grow up so fast. If only Norway and Sweden had known how much trouble Denmark was going to be when he grew up...  Because Denmark is made of sand from Norway, that means we have no natural resources. That is the main reason why Denmark went crazy and was so obsessed with taking over the other Nordic countries.   And you have to be impressed. Look up Scandinavia on a map. Can you even imagine that the tiny little Denmark ended up ruling over Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Greenland…

They grow up so fast. If only Norway and Sweden had known how much trouble Denmark was going to be when he grew up... Because Denmark is made of sand from Norway, that means we have no natural resources. That is the main reason why Denmark went crazy and was so obsessed with taking over the other Nordic countries. And you have to be impressed. Look up Scandinavia on a map. Can you even imagine that the tiny little Denmark ended up ruling over Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Greenland…

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