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Wonders of Scandinavia

Denmark, Norway, Sweden & Finland

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Sep 30, 2020


12 Days

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Price Includes
  • 9 nights' hotels accommodation

  • 1 night on board DFDS Seaways Ferry (Exterior Cabin)

  • 1 night on board Tallink Silja Line Ferry (Exterior Cabin)

  • 11 Breakfasts - buffet style

  • 4 dinners

  • English speaking tour escort from Day 1 to Day 11

  • All touring by private coach, including all the sightseeing mentioned in the program

  • Long-distance bus from day 3 - 8 offers WIFI

  • Guided tours in the cities of Copenhagen, Bergen, Oslo, Stockholm and Helsinki as per program

  • Regular Arrival Transfer, from Copenhagen Airport

  • Regular Departure Transfer, to Helsinki Airport

  • Porter Service at DFDS Seaways, Tallink Silja Ferry, and all hotels and railway stations during the program (Excl. Day 1 and Day 12)

  • Luggage allowance is 1 suitcase and 1 piece of hand luggage per person

Price Excludes
  • Travel insurance

  • International and domestic airfare & airfare taxes

  • Visa fees if applicable

  • Meals and beverages not mentioned

  • Gratuities

  • Items of a personal nature

About this Trip

This 12-day, first-class shared tour through Scandinavia invites you to discover some of the world's most liveable cities, along with the gorgeous scenery of Norway.

Begin in Copenhagen, where you may wish to arrive early to ensure enough time to enjoy all the world’s ‘happiest capital city’ has to offer. Explore its palaces, visit the world’s oldest operating amusement park, Tivoli, or lose yourself in the city’s innovative art and design museums. A coach sightseeing tour takes you around any sights you missed before catching your overnight ferry to Oslo. After breakfast, set out to the forests and lakes of Norway including the Hallingdal Valley, and one of the country’s first Alpine resorts.

The following day takes you across one of the world’s longest suspension bridges through mountain scenery to Bergen, the gateway to the fjords that is a lovely city break in its own right. Explore some of the nearby valleys and fjords before dinner in town. After a night in Bergen, go on to the Naeroy Valley and Naeroyfjord, and have the option to ride the famous Flam Railway. Overnight in Fagernes before returning to Oslo, where a city tour takes you to the Opera House, Royal Palace, Vigeland Park, known for its eye-popping sculptures, and more.

Travel through the forest and lake dotted landscape of east Norway and Sweden and learn about the complex and fascinating culture of the now largely assimilated ‘Forest Finns.’ Arriving in Stockholm in the late afternoon, you’ll have a night to refresh before taking a sightseeing tour that shows you the best of the city’s archipelago, including its old town, Gamla Stan. You’ll have the rest of your day at leisure, with time to perhaps visit the island of Djurgarden, home to Skansen, Stockholm’s ‘Sweden in miniature’ outdoor museum, the world famous Vasa Museum, the Nordic Museum, and Pop House, which houses the long awaited ABBA The Museum.

There’s lots to see in Stockholm, so enjoy another morning at leisure, perhaps exploring the Royal Palace or Fotografiska, the city’s innovative photography museum, before your coach takes you to board the overnight ferry to Helsinki. Arrive in the morning, in time for a two hour sightseeing tour that takes you to Senate Square, Finlandia Hall, and Temppeliaukio Church, which is carved into solid rock. With the afternoon at leisure, you might opt to get a Finland 101 at Seurasaaren Ulkomuseo or Kansallismuseo, lose yourself in the city’s vast cultural museums, shop up a storm in the design district, or explore maritime history at the waterfront.

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2020: May 14; Jun 4, 11; Jul 2, 16, 30; Aug 6, 20; Sep 3, 10


Prices are "from" per person based on twin/double share accommodation and for travel in low season. Seasonal surcharges and blackout dates may apply. Limited seat/spaces and all pricing is subject to change and availability. Rates for single or triple travellers are available on request - please inquire.

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