Go Scandinavia
08 Nights / 09 Days
INR 96,999
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  • Overview

    Copenhagen sits on the coastal islands of Zealand and Amager. It's linked to Malmo in southern Sweden by the Öresund Bridge. Indre By, the city's historic center, contains Frederiksstaden, an 18th-century rococo district, home to the royal family's Amalienborg Palace. Nearby is Christiansborg Palace and the Renaissance-era Rosenborg Castle, surrounded by gardens and home to the crown jewels. It is ranked amongst the most liveable cites in the world. It is one of the most vibrant city, with new urban spaces, state of the art architecture and many hidden gems to be discovered.

    Oslo, the capital of Norway, sits on the country's southern coast at the head of the Oslofjord. It's known for its green spaces and museums. Many of these are on the Bygdøy Peninsula, including the waterside Norwegian Maritime Museum and the Viking Ship Museum, with Viking ships from the 9th century. The Holmenkollbakken is a ski-jumping hill with panoramic views of the fjord. It also has a ski museum. Oslo is home to the Norwegian government and the Royal Family. The country's largest cultural institutions, which include the Norwegian Opera & Ballet, the National Theatre and the National Museum of Art.

    Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, encompasses 14 islands and more than 50 bridges on an extensive Baltic Sea archipelago. The cobblestone streets and ochre-colored buildings of Gamla Stan (the old town) are home to the 13th-century Storkyrkan Cathedral, the Kungliga Slottet Royal Palace and the Nobel Museum, which focuses on the Nobel Prize. Ferries and sightseeing boats shuttle passengers between the islands. The city Boasts of fashion, design, restaurants and cultural experiences as well as beautiful architecture.

    Helsinki Finland's southern capital, sits on a peninsula in the Gulf of Finland. Finland's world renowned modern design heritage can be seen everywhere in Helsinki. Famous brands like Marimekko, Artek and Arabia are a cool part of everyday life here. The majestic shoreline, archipelago, parks, forests makes it a city to visited often. Helsinki is one of the few capital cities in the world where nature is so close, even in the heart of the city. In Helsinki you can sense the proximity of sea everywhere, as the city has over a hundred kilometres of shoreline nand 300 islands in its archipelago.

    Day 1 : Copenhagen

    Arrive at airport and take a shuttle transfer (at your own cost) to reach your Hotel . Rest day for own leisure and activity. Dinner at local restaurent and overnight stay at hotel.


    Day 2 : Copenhagen

    After breakfast, proceed for a guided city tour of Copenhagen. View the Bronze Sculpture of The Little Mermaid, Nyhavn Harbour, Rosenborg Castle, Christiansborg Palace, Church of our Saviour. Enjoy free time at Stroget. Balance day is free at leisure to explore the city on your own. Dinner at local restaurent and overnight stay at hotel.


    Day 3 : Copenhagen - Oslo

    After breakfast, we drive to city of Oslo, known for its green spaces and museums. Dinner at local restaurent and overnight stay at hotel.


    Day 4 : Oslo

    After breakfast, proceed for a guided city tour of Oslo. View the Oslo Opera House, Oslo Cathedral, Oslo Radhus 1 and Sognsvann. Enjoy free time at Frogner Park. Dinner at local restaurent and overnight stay at hotel.


    Day 5 : Oslo - Stockholm

    After breakfast, we drive to capital city of Sweden - Stockholm, which encompasses 14 Island and more than 50 bridges. Dinner at local restaurent and overnight stay at hotel.


    Day 6 : Stockholm - Overnight Ferry

    After breakfast, proceed for a guided city tour of Stockholm. View the Stockholm Palace, Stockholm City Hall and Riddarholm Church. Visit Sergels Torg and Kungstradgarden. Later proceed to Stockholm Pier to board an overnight ferry to Turku. Dinner at local restaurent and overnight stay at hotel.


    Day 7 : Overnight Ferry - Turku - Helsinki

    Disembark from the ferry and proceed to the capital and the largest city of Finland - Helsinki. Balance day is free at leisure to explore the city on your own. Dinner at local restaurent and overnight stay at hotel.


    Day 8 : Helsinki

    After breakfast, proceed for a guided city tour of Helsinki. View the statue of Havis Amanda, Sibelius Monument, Helsinki Cathedral and visit Senate Square. Enjoy free time at Helsinki Railway Square. Balance day is free at leisure to explore the city on your own. Dinner at local restaurent and overnight stay at hotel.


    Day 9 : Depart from Helsinki

    After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to airport (at your own cost) to catch your flight back home.

  • Highlights :

    •   Guided city tour of Copenhagen

    •   Guided city tour of Oslo

    •   Guided city tour of Stockholm

    •   Overnight ferry ride Stockholm to Turku

    •   Guided city tour of Helsinki

    •   08 breakfasts and 08 dinners

  • Price starting from INR 96,999 per person on twin sharing basis

    Departure Dates :

    07-Jul'17, 26-Jul'17
    09-Aug'17, 22-Aug'17

    Tour Includes :

    •   Accommodation for 02 nights in Copenhagen

    •   Accommodation for 02 nights in Oslo

    •   Accommodation for 01 night in Stockholm

    •   Accommodation for 01 night in overnight Ferry Stockholm to Turku

    •   Accommodation for 02 nights in Helsinki

    •   08 breakfasts and 08 dinners

    •   Guided Tour of Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm and Helsinki

    •   Coach transfer throughout the tour except on first and last day for airport arrivals and Departures

    Tour Excludes :

    •   Round trip airfare with taxes

    •   Visa and Insurance

    •   9% service tax applicable on the total invoice

    •   Extra charges/expenses of personal nature like laundry, mineral water/drinks, telephone or any other charges/expenses not mentioned in Inclusions

    Hotel Details





    Grand Hotel or similar

    3 star hotel


    Best Western Karl Johan Hotel or similar

    3 star hotel


    Comfort Hotel Stockholm or similar

    3 star hotel


    Omena Hotel Helsinki Lönnrotinkatu or similar

    3 star hotel

  • Payment Policy :

    •   20% of the total tour cost to be deposited upon commitment of the tour. This deposit is non-refundable

    •   75% of the total tour cost to be paid 08 weeks prior to arrival date

    •   100% of the total tour is required 45 days prior departure or within 24 hours of confirmation if travelling within 45 days from departure

    Cancellation Policy :

    •   10 weeks or more prior to arrival date: 25% deposit

    •   09 weeks prior to arrival date: 100% of the total tour cost

    •   Any cancellations must be made in writting

    Important Notice :

    Visas : Please ensure your passport is valid more than 6 months from the date of return for every country you are visiting. Please also ensure there is sufficient space in your passport to allow for all immigration procedures.

    Travel Insurance: The tour price does not include personal insurance. Travelers are highly recommended to purchase travel insurance upon commitment of the booking in case of force majeure. Travel insurance covers such costs as emergency and medical evacuation, hospital fees, property loss, etc which could possibly happen during the trip.

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Religion in Copenhagen?

    Of all the religions in Denmark, the most prominent is Christianity in the form of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Denmark (Dansk Folkekirke), the state religion. Hence, Denmark is a non-secular state as there is a clear link between the church and the state with a Minister for Ecclesiastical Affairs..

    Religion in Oslo?

    The state religion in Norway is Protestant Christian (Evangelical-Lutheran), and about 80% of the population belong to the established Church of Norway. Most Norwegians are baptized as infants and confirmed as teenagers, yet only a small number attend church services regularly.

    Religion in Stockholm?

    Uppsala Cathedral is the seat of the Church of Sweden. The Church of Sweden (Swedish: Svenska kyrkan) is the largest Christian church in Sweden. The church professes the Lutheran faith and is a member of the Porvoo Communion.

    Religion in Helsinki?

    Religions in Finland. Most Finns are Christians. The largest religious community in Finland is the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland (Suomen evankelis-luterilainen kirkko), to which about 78% of the population belongs. The Orthodox Church of Finland is the second largest religious community.

    Currency in Copenhagen?

    Danish Kroner

    Currency in Oslo?

    Norwegian Kroner

    Currency in Stockholm?

    Swedish Krona

    Currency in Helsinki?


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    Plug in Oslo?


    Plug in Stockholm?


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    Clothing for Copenhagen?

    For Summer attractive t-shirts, shorts, sandals, light-weight long pants, jeans, sneakers, long and short skirts, short sleeve shirts and blouses are ideal for this city. Comfortable walking shoes and sunglasses are recommended..

    Clothing for Oslo?

    Jeans, T- shirts and long sleeved shirts. Jackets and sweaters are recommended for the evenings. Carry an umbrella as unpredictable showers are common in Norway. Raincoat and umbrella should be carried for the frequent rains.

    Clothing for Stockhlom?

    Jeans with light layers of shirts in summer. Natural fabric like cotton and linen are recommended. Carry umbrella and a light rain coat. A jacket for the evening is needed.

    Clothing for Helsinki?

    Thick layered shirts, jeans, jacket, sweaters are recommended. Comfortable walking shoes are a must. Creams and lotions should be carried for the dry weather.

    Food in Copenhagen?

    The Danish "Frikadelle" is a national dish served with potatoes - preserved sour vegetables and thick brown sauce. Almost every Danish restaurant in Copenhagen serve the traditional "open faced sandwich" called "smørrebrød" - with many different potions of food items as cold cuts - pieces of meat or fish - various paste - salad dressings and cheese on buttered rye bread and decorated with all types of toppings.

    Food in Oslo?

    Norwegian everyday dishes such as fårikål (lamb and cabbage stew), lapskaus (brown stew), kjøttkaker (large, Norwegian meatballs), steamed salmon or fish soup are available everywhere.

    Food in Stockholm?

    Pyttipanna is a classic pan-fried hash of diced potatoes, onions, and sausage meat, served with a fried egg and pickled beetroot. Meatball are iconic in Stockholm. Fishes like salmon and herring are commonly available.

    Food in Helsinki?

    The karelian pies are a traditional Finnish pies made with rye, filled with rice and with a mixture of butter and boiled eggs spread over. The Finnish sausages are big and served by themselves or in a bun with mustard or with rye bread and cinnamon buns.

    Nightlife in Copenhagen?

    Whether you want to dance till the sun comes up or just have a beer or a cocktail with your friends, Copenhagen has something to offer for everyone. From colourful discos to laid back bars and cool clubs.

    Nightlife in Oslo?

    The city is lively and vibrant during the evening. Clubs and bars are available all over the city, though they are a little steep on the pocket.

    Nightlife in Stockholm?

    Stockholm is home to many of the world's most famous house music DJ's (Avicii, Alesso, Steve Angello, Dad Life, etc.). Several of these DJ's have residencies at the nightclubs, so they frequently play shows throughout the year. Speaking of clubs — they are on par with the best in the world. Almost all of the best clubs are located in the Stureplan district, which is a big public square in Central Stockholm.

    Nightlife in Helsinki?

    A wide range of clubs and bars offers something for everyone in terms of clientele, atmosphere and price. There is a vibrant club culture with DJs, and live music can be enjoyed every night of the week. Bars and clubs in Helsinki are concentrated southwest of the centre in the districts of Kamppi and Punavuori, particularly along Uudenmaankatu and Eerikinkatu, but there are more bars south of the railway station and north of the centre in the gritty but up-and-coming Kallio district.