Located in the northernmost corner of Europe, Scandinavian countries of Norway - Land of the Midnight Sun, Sweden, and Denmark alongside the Nordic Countries, Finland, Iceland and the Faroe Islands boasts a truly spectacular natural backdrops, tranquil fjords, craggy Lofoten Islands - a dramatic archipelago, Majestic aurora borealis, Lyngen Alps, UNESCO-listed valleys and fascinating culture. Located incredibly close to each other, the countries that make up Scandinavia and Nordic are passably easy to explore.

Brimming with a plenitude of the natural landscape there is no place on earth quite like Scandinavia. Endless selfies, Instagram worthy pictures, Candid Photos, Awe-Struck expressions did not seem to exhaust anyone who visits Scandinavia. Discover the inspiration behind fairy tales in the enchanting Scandinavian counties with our 10-Day Scandinavia Tours - there is something for everyone whether you want a luxury romantic holiday, family vacation, fun and adventure. With so many different ways to see this part of the world, you may also speak with one of our team, who can find you the best tours / Cruise packages in Scandinavia to suit you.
  • Scandinavia Tours
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Scandinavia Tours

Spectacular Scandinavia

9 Nights / 10 Days
Airport Pickup
  • Arrive into Helsinki Airport (HEL) – Helsinki Vantaan lentoasema.
    • Helsinki is the capital of Finland, also known as the daughter of the Baltic. Surrounded by the sea, Helsinki is a pleasant city that offers a graceful mix of Scandinavian and Russian influences, which emerge from the architecture of its monuments.
  • Meet our representative at the arrival hall and transfer to the Hotel.
  • Check in to the Hotel as per the Standard Check-in time.
  • The rest of the day is free for acclimatization.
  • Stay Overnight at Hotel.
Breakfast & Dinner
  • Have Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Proceed for a Helsinki City Tour (3hrs):
    • Get a glimpse of Senaatintori (the Helsinki’s Senate square) that contains numerous examples of Carl Ludvig Engel’s architecture. A statue of Emperor Alexander II is located in the center of the square. The statue is of Alexander on a pedestal surrounded by figures representing law, culture and the peasants.
    • Right around the corner near the harbour, you will find the Kauppatori, the picturesque market square, characterized by an abundance of flowers, fruits, and busy traders.
    • The next stop will be the impressive green-domed Lutheran Cathedral (Tuomiokirkko in Finnish) dominates Senate Square and the skyline of Helsinki. Build in the 19th century as a tribute to the Grand Duke, Nicholas I, the Tsar of Russia, and was called St. Nicholas’ Church until the independence of Finland in 1917. In 1959, it became a cathedral of the Evangelical Lutheran denomination.
  • In the early afternoon, transfer to the harbor and embark on Tallink Silja Line cruise for an overnight cruise towards Stockholm, Sweden. The best Nordic Cruise experience on the Baltic sea.
    • The unique sea voyage experience begins as soon as you step onboard the Tallink and Silja Line cruise liners: endless possibilities for entertainment and recreation, excellent restaurants, spacious and comfortable cabins, and affordable shopping are all contributing to a memorable trip. The atmosphere on the Voyage is mesmerizing!
  • Dinner (local Buffet) and overnight on board Tallink Silja Line in inside cabins (HB)

*Fixed departure on May 18th tour will be on Viking Line.

Breakfast & Dinner
  • Have breakfast on board Cruise.
  • Arrive in Stockholm. Disembark Cruise.
  • Meet with our local associate guide and start a 3 hours city tour of the Swedish capital.
    • Stockholm referred to as Beauty on Water, or Venice of the North, the city is built-up on 14 islands. Stockholm is surrounded by Lake Mälaren, and by the Baltic Sea. City’s grand public buildings, palaces, rich cultural history, and museums tell her 700-year-old history beautifully.
    • You will explore the central area with the City Hall, the old town (Gamla Stan) and the Royal Palace, the Concert House both famous because of the Nobel prices awards celebrations, the Opera Theatre, the island of Djurgården – Djurgården is a tranquil oasis in the middle of Stockholm. Like no other place in Stockholm it collects many of the city’s most famous museums and cultural attractions (the Vasa Museum, Gröna Lund, the Abba museum and Skansen to name a few) with green nature, parks, and family-friendly activities.
  • Return to Hotel and Check-in.
  • Dinner and Stay Overnight at Hotel.
Breakfast & Dinner
  • Have breakfast at Hotel.
  • Check out Hotel and reckon on the journey from Stockholm to Copenhagen, Denmark taking around seven hours.
    • En route you can have a photo stop at Jönköping on the shores of Lake Vättern (Sweden’s second-biggest lake)
    • You will also pass The Øresund Bridge – Half-Tunnel, Half-Bridge and a Bonus Artificial Island. The Øresund Bridge is an engineering approximately 16 km long road and rail link between Sweden and Denmark.
    • The Øresund Bridge thus comprises three different parts – the cable-stayed bridge, which measures 7.8 kilometers (4.8 miles), the tunnel, with an approximate length of 4.1 kilometers (2.6 miles), and an artificial island called Peberholm that adds another 4 kilometers (2.5 miles). Peberholm supports the transition between the tunnel and bridge.
  • Arrive into Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Check-in to Hotel.
  • Dinner and Stay Overnight at Hotel.
Breakfast & Dinner
  • Have breakfast at the Hotel.
  • Meet our local associate guide at the reception of your hotel and depart for a 3hrs Copenhagen city tour. Enjoy the famed charms from the past and present, including
    • The Copenhagen’s most famous “The sculpture of The Little Mermaid” at Langelinje Pier. Edvard Eriksen, a Danish sculptor created the sculpture. The Little Mermaid sculpture is also one of the most photographed statues in the world.
    • the rococo Royal Palace Amalienborg. Amalienborg Palace is the Copenhagen residence of the Danish royal family. The palaces and changing of the guard ceremonies are top free sights to see. As the area is not fenced off, visitors may freely walk around on the square but stay at least 2 m (6 ft) from the buildings and the palace guards. The Royal Palaces of Amalienborg include Christian VIII Palace, Frederick VIII Palace, Christian IX Palace, and the Christian VII Palace.
    • Later, Walk around Nyhavn (translates to “the new harbour”), originally a busy commercial port, but nowadays a popular tourist place filled with people enjoying the relaxed atmosphere by the canal, jazz music and great food. Do not forget to notice the house No. 20, where the famous Danish fairytale writer Hans Christian Andersen used to live and wrote the fairy-tales ‘The Tinderbox’, ‘Little Claus and Big Claus’, and ‘The Princess and the Pea’. The colorful houses at Nyhavn are one of the most photographed attractions in Copenhagen and give Copenhagen its fairytale vibe.
  • In the afternoon, get transferred by bus to the Copenhagen Ferry terminal.
  • Check-in DFDS (Det Forenede Dampskibs-Selskab) Cruise to Oslo, Norway.
    • DFDS is a very popular boat cruising between Copenhagen and Oslo. With Excellent onboard Facilities and Live entertainment, Cruising is a great way to take in the differing cultures of Denmark and Norway while spending a night on DFDS comfortable, modern cruise ferries.
  • Dinner (local buffet) & overnight on board (inside cabins – HB)
Breakfast & Dinner
  • Have your breakfast on board the DFDS Cruise.
  • Arrive into Oslo, Norway – a country with the most beautiful fjords on Earth.
  • Disembark at Oslo ferry terminal.
  • Meet our associate representative and drive through the scenic region, reaching the Jotunheimen Valley.
    • Prepare yourself to become spellbound, as you set your feet into this massive mountain area in Eastern Norway, packed with waterfalls, rivers, lakes, glaciers, and valleys – and some of Northern Europe’s highest mountains.
    • This region is a typical ski resorts area in the winter, but in the summertime, the sun melts away the snow, revealing a stunning scenery cut out of a Norwegian folk tale, with a varied landscape arising from quiet roads, forest paths, and water into steep mountains.
  • Local Dinner & overnight Stay in Beitostølen, a family-friendly alpine center and a small mountain village has the region’s best selection of restaurants, bars, shops, and accommodations.
Breakfast & Dinner
  • Have breakfast at the Hotel.
  • Check out Hotel.
  • Head to Geiranger where we will enjoy a mini-cruise of about 1 hour along the spectacular Geirangerfjord – fjord experience of a lifetime.
    • Geirangerfjord is the jewel in the crown of the Norwegian fjords. The deep blue UNESCO-protected Geirangerfjord is surrounded by majestic, snow-covered mountain peaks, wild waterfalls, and lush, green vegetation. The enormous power of the glaciers carved out this huge canyon between mountains 1600 meters high, and the fjord depth reaches 250 meters. This makes Geirangerfjorden as deep as the Grand Canyon.
  • The tour continues towards Førde, in the Sunnfjord region, Western Norway located in Sogn og Fjordane county.
    • The drive along the Norwegian roads it is never tedious. All along the route, natural wonders are amplified by art, design, and architecture meant to bring you closer to nature in new and surprising ways. Your tour leader will choose the best spots for photo stops and give you an opportunity to celebrate and capture awe-inspiring landscape.
  • Local Dinner & stay overnight in Scandic Sunnfjord.
Breakfast & Dinner
  • Have breakfast at the Hotel.
  • Check out Hotel.
  • Take a ferry to cross Lavik to Ytre Oppedal, to get to Bergen, the “Capital of the Fjords” and water on one side and mountains on the other surround the city.
    • Bergen is the Gateway to the Fjords of Norway. As a UNESCO World Heritage City and a European City of Culture, the Bergen region has the ideal combination of nature, culture and exciting urban life all year round.
    • All over the Bergen city, you can admire dense collections of spray-painted glory thanks to world-class street artists from near and far.
  • Arrive into Bergen. Proceed for a guided Bergen City tour
    • passing through the most emblematic places such as The UNESCO World Heritage site Bryggen, “The Hanseatic Wharf”, is the most obvious remnant from the time Bergen used to be the centre of trade between Norway and the rest of Europe.
    • the Hakon fortress – Håkon’s Hall is 750 years old and was built by King Håkon Håkonsson as a royal residence and banqueting hall. As a national cultural monument, Håkon’s Hall is still used both for royal dinners and for other official occasions. The history of Bergenhus Fortress is long and eventful.
    • the famous fish market which has been providing the locals with freshly caught treasures from the sea since 1276. Today, it is one of Norway’s most visited outdoor markets and offers fresh fruit, vegetables, handicrafts, and souvenirs.
    • Take a ride on Fløibanen funicular to the top of Mount Fløyen – The journey to the top leaves from the station at Vetrlidsalmenning in the centre of Bergen and the duration is about 5 – 6 minutes to travel the 848 metres diagonally to the summit. During the ascent to Fløyen there are three stops: Promsgate, Fjellveien, and Skansemyren. The viewpoint at Fløyen is situated at 320 metres above sea level and offers the best view of Bergen.
  • Return and Stay Overnight at Hotel.
Breakfast & Dinner
  • Have breakfast at the Hotel.
  • Check out Hotel.
  • Transfer to the central station and depart by train towards Oslo.
  • Arrive into Oslo, meet the local guide for a 3 hours city tour covering
    • the Frogner Park – The largest park in central parts of Oslo within the park you find Vigeland Sculpture Park, one of Oslo’s most popular attractions. Oslo’s Vigeland Park, is the largest sculpture park in the world by a single artist, boasting over 200 pieces by Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland.
    • the museum of Viking ships (entrance included), showing three original Viking Age ships,
    • the Royal Palace – The Royal Palace is owned by the state and placed at the disposal of the head of state. It is where the daily work of the monarchy is conducted and where the King and Queen live. It is where the King presides over the Council of State, grants audiences and holds official dinners. Foreign heads of state who visit Oslo stay at the Palace. Most of the members of the Royal Court have their workplace here. The Royal Palace is open to the public during the summer.
    • City Hall and
    • Akershus Fortress – Akershus Fortress is a medieval castle, built in the late 1290’s by King Haakon V to protect Oslo, the capital of Norway. The fortress has withstood many sieges and served as a prison for a period of time. Today it remains a military area but is open to the public for daily tours in the summer months. Also within the walls of the Akershus Fortress are the Norwegian Armed Forces Museum and Norway’s Resistance Museum.
  • Return and Stay Overnight at Hotel.
Airport Drop
  • Have breakfast at the Hotel.
  • Check out Hotel as per the standard Check out time.
  • Meet our chauffeur, drive to Oslo International Airport (OSL – Oslo Gardermoen Airport ) for your homebound flight.

Departure Dates & Cost

Summer departure Dates in the Year 2020 (From Helsinki):

  • May 18, 2020
  • June 08,2020
  • June 29,2020
  • July 20, 2020

Package Cost: Starts from INR. 151,975*

Package Cost Includes:

  • 7nights accommodation in the hotels.
  • 1night on board Tallink Silja Line cruise or Viking line from Helsinki to Stockholm (inside cabins).
  • 1night on board DFDS cruise from Copenhagen to Oslo (inside cabins).
  • Meals
    • 7 breakfasts at the hotels (Veg & Non Veg)
    • 2 breakfast on cruise board (Veg & Non Veg)
    • 2 dinners at the hotels (Veg & Non Veg)
    • 2 dinners on cruise board (Veg & Non Veg)
    • 5 dinners at Local Indian Restaurants(Veg & Non Veg)
  • Sightseeing and excursions as mentioned in the itnerary by a Coach
    • 3 hours guided tour Helsinki including entrance to the Rock Church
    • 3 hours guided tour Stockholm incl entrance to Vasa Museum
    • 3 hours guided tour Copenhagen
    • 1 hour canal tour in Copenhagen
    • 2 hours guided tour Bergen
    • Return ride of Fløibanen in Bergen
  • Coach service / Trains / Ferries & Minicruise
    • Coach at Disposal from day1 until day10
    • Geirangerfjord Cruise (1 hour)
    • Ferry Lavik – Ytre Oppedal

Package Cost does not include:

  • International Air Tickets from any City in India to Helsinki & Return from Oslo to a City in India
  • Schengen Tourist Visa (“uniform Schengen” short-stay visa)
    • You must attend your appointment for Biometrics and document submission with all the required documents. Approximate Visa fee is EURO€ 60 Per Passport + VFS Charges
  • Travel Insurance
  • GST
  • Early check in & Late Check out from hotel beyond the Standard Check in / Check out timings.
  • Lunch and Dinner / other meals wherever not specified
  • Cost of excursions, city sightseeing, entrance fees and local guides availed of by the passengers, other than that mentioned in the ‘What your tour price includes’
  • Variance in the Rate of Exchange if any at the time of making the final payment towards the Reservation
  • Variance in the Rates if any at the time of booking Confirmation
  • Variance in the Package cost if No. of travellers reduced from the Group Size
  • Peak Season Surcharges if any applicable
  • Usage of Transportation beyond the schedules / Sightseeing provided
  • Personal purchases and drinks except those included in the meals
  • Change in the Order of Itinerary/amendments as per Personal Interests / Convenience.
  • Incidental Expenses due to Natural Calamities / Weather disruptions / Fight
  • Cancellations / Flight delays/ War/ Strike / Fire / Acts of government / Riot, etc.

  • Expenses of a personal nature such as room service, bar, laundry, porterage, tipping, etc.

Disclaimer: INR Prices shown are subject to Foreign exchange rate fluctuations and are subject to revise. While we endeavor to keep the pricing relevant, the website might not have updated with the current pricing at all times. Please call or use the Request Quote form for an accurate package cost for your requirement.

Frequently Asked Questions

With four distinct seasons, Scandinavia is a wonderful place to travel and has plenty of activities to offer all year long.

  • Winter (December – February)
  • Spring (March-May)
  • Summer (June – August): June, July, and August are the most popular months for travellers coming to Scandinavia.
  • Autumn (September – November)
  • The Best time to visit Scandinavia to see the Aurora borealis (Northern Lights) is between October and March. However, with the aurora at its most active around the September equinox, September is also a remarkable time to spot those dancing greens and flowing purples, especially when combined with the milder weather.
  • You need to possess a Schengen Tourist Visa. A holder of a Uniform Schengen visa can travel to all 26-member countries of the Schengen Area.
    • The 26 Schengen Area Countries are Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.
  • We will assist you in processing Schengen Tourist Visa if you Purchase Scandinavia Tour Package with us. Depending on your reasons for visiting the Schengen countries and the frequency of your visits, the Schengen consulate can issue you a single-entry visa, double-entry visa, or a multiple-entry visa.
  • Denmark / Sweden / Norway: Central European Summer Time | Time zone is GMT+2.
  • Finland: Eastern European Summer Time | Time zone in is GMT+3.
  • Iceland: Greenwich Mean Time | Time zone is GMT.

We do a comprehensive Tour package, which includes Flight tickets, Airport transfers, Accommodation, and Sightseeing. However, if interested, you have the liberty to book your flight tickets.

Please contact us immediately. Once confirmed, changes or cancellations do incur a fee.

We recommend to all of our customers to help protect you and your travel investment against the unexpected.

  • You should carry
    • Norwegian krone in Norway (approximately 1 NOK = 7.31780 INR).
    • Swedish krona in Sweden (approximately 1 SEK = 7.67988 INR).
    • Danish krone in Denmark (approximately 1 DKK = 11.0668 INR).
    • Icelandic krona in Iceland (1 ISK = 0.517380 INR) and
    • Finland Euro in Finland (1 EUR = 82.5103 INR).

*Euros can be used as a backup in all the regions except in Finland.

  • If you live outside the EU, you can reclaim the VAT you pay on goods you purchase in Denmark. You will be reimbursed between 12% and 19%, which amounts to the VAT minus an administration fee and you can only claim on purchases that are over 300kr. Refunds are only available for purchases made in shops that are part of the scheme.
  • In Sweden, value-added tax (VAT) is always included in the purchase price. Non-EU-residents can get a refund of the VAT when you leave the EU via Global Blue Sverige.
  • The minimum purchase amount in one shop (to get a tax refund check) is NOK 315 on regular goods and NOK 290 on food. In Norway, sales tax/VAT is included in the retail price. Goods must be exported in unused condition within 30 days from date of purchase. When approaching the refund counter, please make sure you have your goods, refund cheque as well as your passport/ID card.
  • 220 volts AC (50 Hz) is the Norwegian standard. Norway uses the continental European standard socket.
  • For Sweden, there are two associated plug types, types C and F. Plug type C is the plug that has two round pins and plug type F is the plug which has two round pins with two earth clips on the side. Sweden operates on a 230V supply voltage and 50Hz.
  • For Denmark, there are four associated plug types, types C, E, F, and K. Denmark operates on a 230V supply voltage and 50Hz.

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