The weather in the Arctics can be quite unpredictable, but the best time to witness the phenomenon in action is generally between September and March. However, for the spectrum of lights to be really visible to the eye, you'd have to head somewhere with clear skies and minimal light pollution. Iceland and Finland may be the first places that come to mind as prime locations for observing the Aurora Borealis, but there are a quite a few alternatives that can provide an equally awe-inspiring experience. Click ahead for a virtual escape of the most stunning places to see the sights.
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