Denmark comes in first place as the happiest country in the world. We blame the Tivoli gardens.
Norway comes in a close second. This might or might not be due to the reindeers you can spot in the mountain area. That’s right, I said reindeer.
Who’s surprised that Switzerland makes it to the list? With all the snow-capped mountains, cheese, ski slopes and chocolate—who can fault them?
Tulips make people happy. Proving this is The Netherlands.
Stockholm’s Gamla Stan is one of the largest and best preserved medieval city centres in Europe and for that Sweden makes the list to being the fifth happiest country in the world.
Oh Canada! Making happy and smart decisions certainly has paid off. Maple candy is also something to consider. And Tim Hortons!
Glass igloos, the northern lights and Santa Claus Village—who doesn’t want to visit Finland?!
If the Sound of Music didn’t convince you, I’m not sure what will—but really, Austria is a place you want to check off that bucket list.
Heated swimming pools in Iceland. Just the sound of that makes me happy. What about you?
Once a jolly swagman camped by a billabong, under the shade of a coolibah tree—and you can do it too, only in Australia!
List Courtesy: Forbes List of the World’s Happiest Countries, Happiest Countries in the World—Business Insider, The Travel Channel’s World’s Top Happiest Countries.