Cities Covered: Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm, Helsinki
Duration: 07 nights / 08 days
Category: Group Tour
Day 1, Copenhagen
Arrive in Copenhagen, Denmark’s Capital considered as a cultural and geographic link between mainland Europe and Scandinavia. Upon arrival, you will be transferred to Hotel. You will be at leisure for rest of the day so that you can relax after your long haul flight.
Day 2, Copenhagen
Enjoy a guided tour of Copenhagen with an opportunity to view the important sites like Renaissance Stock Exchange, Christiansborg Palace and the famous statue of the Little Mermaid. The balance day is free to explore the city on your own OR you may opt for a visit to Tivoli Gardens, famous and magical theme park, located right in the heart of the city.
Day 3, Copenhagen – Oslo
You will be driven to a port city in Eastern Denmark, Helsingør, also known as Elsinor to take a ferry across to Sweden. After a brief stop at Gothenburg, an important seaport, known for its Dutch-style canals and leafy boulevards like the Avenyn, continue to Oslo, the capital of Norway which sits on the country’s southern coast at the head of the Oslofjord.
Day 4, Oslo
Start your day with a guided tour of Oslo. View the major sites with a photo stop at Vigeland Sculpture Park (Frogner Park), the National Theater, Parliament and the Royal Palace. Later, proceed to Bygdoy, a peninsula on the west side of the city centre to visit The Viking Ship Museum.
Day 5, Oslo – Stockholm
After breakfast, you will be driven through a landscape of forests and lakes to reach the Swedish capital, Stockholm via Karlstad, pleasant and compact riverside town creeping down to the shores of Vänern lake. Continue to Stockholm, a city that is referred as ‘beauty on water’ by the locals.
Day 6, Stockholm – Overnight Ferry
Proceed on a guided city tour with a photo Stop at the Royal Palace, the Cathedral, and the Royal Theater. Visit the enchanting Old Town (Gamla Stan) with its narrow cobblestone streets and numerous antique shops. The highlight of the tour is a visit to sit to Skansen Open Air Museum. This is the world’s first open-air museum. See a miniature historical Sweden reflected in the 5 centuries of Swedish history depicted by the people dressed in traditional costumes as well as their dwellings. Also see both domestic and wild Nordic animals like bears, wolves and lynx. Next, enjoy a drink at the Ice Bar. Everything except the liquids in the drinks is made of ice, and the temperature is kept at a constant 23 degrees Fahrenheit. Later in the evening embark on an overnight cruise to Helsinki.
Day 7, Overnight Ferry – Helsinki
Disembark your cruise and proceed on a guided city tour of Helsinki which includes photo stop at modern Finlandia Hall, the leading congress, event and entertainment venue in Finland; Sibelius Monument – dedicated to the Finnish Composer, Jean Sibelius, consisting of a series of more than 600 hollow steel pipes welded together in a wave-like pattern; Helsinki Cathedral – the impressive green-domed Lutheran Cathedral which dominates Senate Square and the Helsinki skyline; the unique Rock Church – a thrilling work of modern architecture, built entirely underground with a ceiling made of copper wire; and the Market Square bustling with activities with vendors selling fresh food and souvenirs.
Day 8, Helsinki – International Flight
After breakfast, you will be driven to Airport for your flight to next destination.