Copenhagen – Oslo – Tromso – Stockholm 7 days, 6 nights
There is a constant and long-standing rivalry between Copenhagen and Stockholm over which city can claim the title as Scandinavia's unofficial capital. Depending on how you count, both cities are the largest, most visited, and the target of most investment. However, after the completion of the Øresund bridge, and subsequent integration of Copenhagen and Malmö - Sweden's third largest city, this region is fast emerging as the main urban centre in Scandinavia, famous for its fairytale parks and castles and its liberal attitudes, while Stockholm arguably grabs the title as the most beautiful.
- 6 nights in 3 star hotels, shared twin room including breakfast.
- 1 night on board overnight ferry, shared outside twin cabin, breakfast and dinner included.
- Airport transfer service: Airport-Hotel on Day 1, Hotel-Airport on Day 7
- Sightseeing on SIC basis in each city
- Oslo (120 minutes)
- Copenhagen (150 minutes)
- Stockholm (90 minutes and Drottningholm Palace visit)
Arrive in Copenhagen; welcome to Scandinavia and the beautiful Capital of Denmark! You will be picked up at the airport for a private transfer to your hotel. After checking in it is time to join a sightseeing tour! This extensive tour covering all the major sights of the Danish Capital, including Tivoli Gardens, Carlsberg Glyptotek, the canal district, the National Museum, Christiansborg Palace, the Old Stock Exchange, Kongens Nytorv, Royal Theatre and the classic sights of Nyhavn. You will also see the Amalienborg Palace, Gefion Fountain, the world famous statue Little Mermaid as well as the change of the Danish Royal Guard.
Before dinner you have time on your own to browse through the many fine shops throughout the city or take a cruise through the canals of the city. For dinner, we recommend the area around Nyhavn where you will find many nice restaurants.
Overnight at hotel in Copenhagen
After breakfast we suggest you to take the beautiful Castle tour to North Sealand. With this tour you will leave Copenhagen and travel on the riviera road to Hillerød. As you travel along you have a beautiful view upon the Øresund Strait with the Swedish coast beyond. Make a tour past the royal family´s summer residence Fredensborg Castle. Then continue to Elsinore where you will make a stop for an inside visit of the impressive Kronborg Castle - setting of Shakespeare´s play Hamlet. You will be back in Copenhagen late afternoon and then make your way to the pier, it is time to board the 17:00 Overnight cruise DFDS to Oslo. Dinner buffet is included and there is a wide range of activities to enjoy on board.
Overnight on board DFDS cruise
Wake up while the ship cruise the beautiful fjord, heading for your next destination: Oslo! You arrive at 09:30 so there is plenty of time for breakfast onboard. Transfer from the cruise terminal to your hotel on own. When you feel rested and ready to see what Oslo is all about, then join a sightseeing tour including, among other interesting sights, the famous sculpture park Vigelandparken. Here you can linger around the many stone figures that all seem to whisper their own special story. You also visit the ski-jump Holmenkollen, Bygdoy, The Viking Ship Museum and the city center. When the tour ends you have some all evening to discover Oslo on your own. Maybe do some great shopping before a nice dinner?
Overnight at hotel in Oslo
Have an early breakfast at the hotel before checking out. Transfer from the hotel to the airport (45 minutes drive, 20 minutes with airport train) on own and take the domestic morning flight to Tromsø.Arrive in Tromsø and transfer on own for check in at your hotel. Welcome the capital of Norway's high north, you will be amazed by the active cultural life all year round. Depending on the season you there is the Northern Lights, Polar Nights, Midnight Sun to see and the exciting attractions and excursions and widely varying weather. Tromsø is the largest wooden city in the north of Norway, with rich architectural inheritance. We recommend you to take sightseeing and visit the Polar Museum, devoted to the city's past as the center of the Arctic sea catch and the starting point for Arctic expeditions. Aquariums with seals and fish from the region, along with a wonderful multi-media presentation on Svalbard, are attractions at Polaria, a knowledge-based experience and adventure centre for the Polar regions. When evening comes we recommend a dinner at one of the local restaurants.
8.30PM, after dinner we highly recommend you to take the Midnight sightseeing tour. See the city and take the cable car up Storsteinen, 420m above sea level. From here you have a breathtaking panoramic view and a fantastic place to see the Midnight Sun if the weather is clear. Please note: this is available during the summer season. Have a good night’s sleep at your hotel.
Overnight at hotel in Tromso
After breakfast and checking out, transfer to the airport and fly via Oslo to Stockholm. Welcome to the Capital of Scandinavia! Self transfer to the hotel for check in. Stockholm is often called the “Beauty on Water” being built on 14 islands. Take a look at City Hall, constructed in the National Romantic style, where each year on December 10th the Nobel price banquette takes place. See the Old Town, which is in direct contrast with today’s modern city centre. A sightseeing tour by bus is included today. The rest of the day is free to wander around on your own. And spending time here is a luxury. See the Royal Palace and the Cathedral and take a walk through cobbled streets lined with medieval buildings. Be amazed by the view from Fjällgatan view point. Visit to the Vasa ship museum to see the warship Vasa – the only remaining, intact 17th century ship in the world. Try one of the cozy restaurants in the Old town for your evening dinner.
Overnight at hotel in Stockholm
Breakfast at the hotel. Today you will go to see “The Versailles of Sweden”, take the boat to Drottningholm and visit the palace, which is the present residence of the Royal Family. The Drottningholm Palace is on UNESCO’s World Heritage list. It is the best-preserved royal castle in Sweden built in the 1600s and at the same time it is representative for European architecture of that period. Boat or bus back to the city. Your last evening in Scandinavia is free to spend as you prefer. Maybe some great shopping or why not visit a great museum before you leave?
Overnight at hotel in Stockholm
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- Anything not mentioned in the day wise program
- Any expense for personal nature
- Drinks during meals or beverages
- Water in hotels
- Porterage at hotels
- Tipping for driver
- Early check in / Late checkout
Oslo - Thon Europa,
Stockholm -Central Hotel,
Tromso- Rica Hotel
- Price is based on number of full paying adults as price indicates.
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