All of Scandinavia

AED 9733


9 Nights 10 Days

  • Hotel
  • Activities
  • Transfers
  • Meals
  • Sightseeing

Package Details

Validity of Package/offer: April – September


Amenities

  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Features

  • City Tour

Activities

  • Ground Activities
  • Above Water Activities

INCLUSIONS

  • Accommodation at the hotels mentioned or similar.
  • Meals, coach tours, entrance fees, sightseeing and surface transportation as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Services of our Tour Manager or Local Representatives. (Subject to minimum 20 fullpaying passengers travelling together).
  • Arrival / Departure Transfers will be provided subject to minimum 4 passengers travelling together.

EXCLUSIONS

  • Passport, Visa charges, Airport & Port taxes.
  • Cost of your Air tickets required to participate in this tour.
  • Porterage, Insurance, laundry, telephone charges, transfers all items of personal nature and also food and drinks not forming part of the group menus.
  • Cost of the Suggested Excursions. (Suggested excursions will be operated subject to minimum 20 passengers).
  • Any increase in the rate of exchange leading to an increase in all land arrangement which may come in to effect prior to departure.
  • Mandatory tips of Euro 3 per person per day for Coach drivers, Guides etc.
  • Anything not specifically mentioned in ‘What your Tour Price includes’ box.
  • Airports are excluded below 4 persons.

Your Day Wise Itinerary

Welcome to Stockholm - the capital of Sweden. On arrival check into your hotel on your own anytime after 1500 hrs. Overnight at the hotel in Stockholm. (D)
Today, we proceed on a guided city tour of Stockholm. Built on 14 Islands, you are never far from the water in Stockholm. See the City Hall, Opera House, and Alfred Nobel’s House. Next, we proceed to visit the famous Vasa Museum - Sweden’s most visited museum enshrining the warship Vasa, sunk inside Stockholm harbor while on her maiden voyage in 1628. The ship was built to the order of the great Vasa king, Gustavus Adolphus, and was the most powerful war galleon. Later, we visit the Royal Palace home of the Swedish royal family. The Palace houses several of the greatest and most interesting sights in Stockholm - the Royal Apartments, the Hall of State and much more. Then, we visit the Stockholm City Hall - one of Sweden’s most famous buildings. The Stockholm City Hall is the venue of the Nobel Prize banquet held on 10th December each year. Later we drive to, the pier to board the overnight ferry to Tallinn, Estonia’s capital on the Baltic Sea. Overnight onboard the Ferry (Sea View Cabin). (B, L, ID)
Today, disembark and proceed on a guided city tour of Tallinn. Your journey begins with a drive through the beautiful district of Kadriorg. You will also see the Toompea Hill, Parliament building, Dome Church, St. Nicholas Church, Town Hall Square, St. Catherine & acute Passage, Kadriorg Park, and Castle. Next, we visit the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral which is an orthodox cathedral in the old Town. It was built to a design, by Mikhail Preobrazhensky in a typical Russian Revival style and is Tallinn’s largest and grandest orthodox cupola cathedral. Later, we check in to the hotel in Tallinn. Overnight at the Hotel in Tallinn. (B, L, D)
Today, we proceed to the pier to board the ferry to Helsinki. On arrival, we proceed for a guided city tour of Helsinki. See the important and interesting parts of Helsinki - Presidential Palace, Lutheran Church, Senate Square, Opera House, and Sibelius Park. Next, we visit the Helsinki Cathedral and, Uspenski Cathedral. Helsinki cathedral is an Evangelic Lutheran church, and for many, it is the symbol of Helsinki, and the Uspenski Cathedral is a Russian Orthodox cathedral on the Katajanokka peninsula in Helsinki. It is the largest Orthodox church in western Europe. Later we check in to the hotel in Helsinki. Overnight at the Hotel in Helsinki. (B, L, D)
Today, we check-out of the hotel and drive to the airport for our flight to Bergen. Bergen city center is situated among a group of mountains known as “De Syv Fjell” and it is the second-largest city in Norway. On arrival, we begin our guided panoramic city tour of Bergen, including a visit to the popular Fish and Flower Market, the famous Bryggen Harbour with its gabled houses, and the old Hanseatic Quarter. Later, we proceed to The Floibanen Funicular in Bergen which is one of the most popular attractions in all of Norway. The funicular ride up to the top of Floyen mountain (320 metres above sea level) takes 5-6 minutes. The ride itself is spectacular and the views of Bergen only improve the closer you get to the top. There is also a cafe and restaurant with breathtaking views. Overnight at the hotel in Bergen. (PB, IL, D)
Today, drive to Voss and take a train to Myrdal which is surrounded by rivers, mountains, fjord, and lakes. Ride the Myrdal railway station to board the Scenic Flamsbana train to enjoy the most beautiful train journey in the world Myrdal - Flam. This train ride will give you the breathtaking experience of Norway. See the magnificent Kjosfossen Waterfall. Later take a leisurely cruise to Gudvangen and experience one of the most beautiful and popular fjord areas in Norway. Upon arrival, soak in the spectacular natural beauty, peace, and harmony. Join your coach and drive to Geilo - a town in southern Norway known for ski resorts and mountain trails. Overnight in Geilo/ Honefoss. (B, ID)
Today, drive to Oslo. Upon arrival, a guided panoramic city tour of Oslo, see Parliament Square, National Galleries, Karl Johan shopping street, Royal Palace and Akershus Castle, The Norwegian Defence Museum and City Hall. Next visit Vigeland Park, where you will see sculpted works of Gustav Vigeland. Later, we visit the Polar Ship Museum, which houses the most famous Norwegian polar exploration boat of all time, the icebreaker Fram. Overnight at the hotel in Oslo. (B, L, D)
Today, we check-out of the hotel and drive to Copenhagen. Enroute we bypass the cities of Gothenburg and Malmo in Sweden. On reaching Sweden’s third-largest city Malmo, we proceed on Orientation panoramic city tour of Malmo city. See Sankt Petri church, Malmo Opera and Music theater, Gustav Adolf square and City hall. Later, we drive on the Öresund bridge. The 16 km bridge and tunnel links, Malmo with Denmark’s capital Copenhagen. It is situated on the Islands of Zealand.
Today, we proceed for a guided panoramic city tour of Copenhagen which reveals impressive sights such as the Renaissance Stock Exchange, Christiansborg Palace, Amalienborg Palace, and Danish Parliament. Also see the ‘Little Mermaid’ the national symbol of Denmark, the statue inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s sad fairytale. Next, we visit Rosenborg Castle. Later, enjoy the sights of Copenhagen on your canal cruise. Overnight at the hotel in Copenhagen. (B, IL, D)
Today, after breakfast your ‘All of Scandinavia’ tour ends as you check out of the hotel. We hope you have thoroughly enjoyed your tour of Europe. Write in and tell us how you enjoyed it and give us any suggestions you may have. Goodbye till we meet again! (B)