Scandinavia is a wonderful part of northern Europe where beautiful nature, amazing architecture and old cultures converge. Every country is an exciting world to be explored by curious and innovative companies who wish to hold an event or maybe just a meeting in different settings. EnerJy is a full service bureau that provides destination management for large companies around Scandinavia & Iceland, making sure that every single detail is in place.
We work primarily with all the logistics of the planning, adding our creative touch. With our many years of experience in the DMC business in all places in Scandinavia & Iceland, we have a professional but still personal and close relationship with our clients and our partners. The success that EnerJy has accomplished is based on the quality and innovation of our services and our approach to the concept.
Walk the roofs of Stockholm? Clamber into the crater of an Icelandic volcano?
Make business decisions in the heart of a Lapland forest?
Denmark is the home of the happiest people in the world! Come and be charmed by Copenhagen, Northern Europe’s cosiest capital, packed with cafés, shops and some of the best restaurants in Scandinavia. From the winding streets of the beautiful old town and grand royal palaces to the city’s cutting-edge buildings and attractions, Copenhagen is the perfect blend of old world and new. Also the European Green Capital 2014. Hundreds of thousands of people cycle across Copenhagen each day and the water quality in the harbour is so good that you can swim in it. It is also officially cool. Voted by Wallpaper magazine as one of the 6 global hot spots of 2013.
Visit one of the most beautiful cities in Northern Europe. Stockholm, where modernity meets tranquility. Here you will also find trend-setting restaurants and vibrant nightclubs next to idyllic archipelago. Gothenborg, where all the cultural highlights are within comfortable walking distance of each other and with some of the best sea food restaurants in the world. And finally Malmö which has serious designs on becoming a sustainable city and a is a world leader in the area.
Norway is the country of the Midnight Sun and it is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places on Earth. It’s home to more natural wonders than we can count and it has stunning cities, fascinating history and really happy people. The Norwegian fiords have earned a place on the UNESCO cultural heritage list, and with good reason. Come and discover the fairytale town of Bergen and the symbol of the modern architecture, Oslo.
Finland offers a number of fascinating contrasts. Finland’s unspoilt forests and thousands of islands and lakes offer plenty of opportunities for visitors to enjoy beautiful natural surroundings. Not to forget Helsinki, the capital of Finland is a compact city easily explored on foot. Design, architecture, culture and shopping are all great exploration angles and large park areas, forests, lakes, and the coastline with numerous islands sprinkled off it make certain there’s no shortage of natural presence. There’s something going on in Helsinki every day of the year.
Iceland is the perfect destination for people looking for the unexpected. Something out of the ordinary. The people of Iceland are warm and welcoming, the nature is rugged and beautiful, the culture is rich and appealing and nothing is quite what you expected.
Iceland is the land contrast: the charm of the nature with its hot springs, glaciers, icebergs and lava beaches and the urban life of the capital Reykjiavik with its trendy restaurants and hotels, amazing modern architecture and one of the best night life in Europe.
A journey to Lapland is something you will never forget. Join a snowmobile safari, ride a dogsled, catch fish in a frozen stream and try the rally on ice. Lapland is a world of open vistas and an endless sky where the Northern lights twinkle and dance. You can choose between the famous Finnish Lapland to meet the real Santa Claus, the charming Swedish Lapland, the only place in the world where you are able to enjoy the “dinner on ice” and last but not least, the very authentic Norwegian Lapland with the former mining town of Røros, where people live and work right in the middle of an UNESCO heritage site.