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Denmark, Norway and Sweden Tours & Trips

Scandinavia is anything but ordinary. Denmark's Jutland Peninsula is a paradise to those looking for silence and Copenhagen is a wonderful city to explore by bike. The Danish are connected to Sweden through the Oresund Bridge, so once you're on Swedish ground, head to the coastal city of Malmo or Stockholm. Bergen is the starting point for anyone looking to get to the fjords, but if you'd like the commodity of staying in the city, Norway 's capital city, Oslo boasts impressive architecture that is sure to impress you.

85 Denmark, Norway and Sweden tour packages with 619 reviews

From Copenhagen to Helsinki Tour

From Copenhagen to Helsinki

Very nice and organized. Very good guides, bus, driver

Highlights of Scandinavia (12 Days) Tour

  • In-depth Cultural
  • Coach / Bus

Highlights of Scandinavia (12 Days)

Great experience. The tour guide was very friendly and the driver was excellent.

Scenic Scandinavia and its Fjords (14 Days) Tour

Scenic Scandinavia and its Fjords (14 Days)

Great, sometimes felt to rushed
  • €100 deposit on some dates Some departure dates offer you the chance to book this tour with a lower deposit.

Scandinavian Capitals Tour

Scandinavian Capitals

Great journey ! Long days of travel but each day was worth it!

Focus on Scandinavia Tour

Focus on Scandinavia

Saw many interesting sights.

Spectacular Scandinavia & its Fjords (Classic, 15 Days) Tour

Spectacular Scandinavia & its Fjords (Classic, 15 Days)

The tour went beyond our expectations. Our tour director,Greg Colgin, was fantastic! He provided history, insights, funny stories, and ideas for further exploration. He, and driver, Ion, made critical decisions about our travel when weather and road conditions presented challenges. The tour included so much, as every day was loaded with adventure, including just enough free time for independent explorations. Our driver drove the bus with tremendous skill no matter the difficulties of the roads chosen. Everyone felt safe and secure.

Scandinavian Escape Tour

  • Christmas & New Year

Scandinavian Escape

Inga was a great Tour Leader of Expat Explore’s Scandinavian Escape because of her in-depth knowledge of Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Being Norwegian and from Bergen she made this city and the fjords something very special to remember. She is well organised and considerate of passengers special needs. Lukasz our incredible driver negotiated some very tight spaces skilfully. He was a caring, kind and supportive person who everyone appreciated for keeping us safe at all times.
  • 10% deposit on some dates Some departure dates offer you the chance to book this tour with a lower deposit.

A Taste of Scandinavia Tour

  • Sightseeing

A Taste of Scandinavia

Nikolai was FANTASTIC!!!! He was a great tour leader. The tour took us to many places and he educated us well. However, just a few negative comments. The hotels were not satisfactory ....I am used to better hotels when I travel. Carrying my luggage throughout the tour was very burdensome. I am an older person, and although I am in great shape, I did not want to be responsible for carrying my luggage everywhere. There was an 89 year old man on our trip. He had a real hard time catching up. I usually go on escorted tours where my luggage, and everything else, is handled by the guides, not by me. I loved the places that wer went to and overall I would suggest people take Tourradar and Intrepid if they don't mind doing some of the labor involved.

Grand Scandinavia (Classic, 20 Days) Tour

Grand Scandinavia (Classic, 20 Days)

Greg was an excellent guide and leader. He brought everyone together with his games , picnics and excellent communication and enthusiasm! I wish we could havehim again as a director. Bravo! Lew and Jack (Canada)

Capitals of Scandinavia (10 Days) Tour

Capitals of Scandinavia (10 Days)

Our Tour Director Mike was very knowledgeable about all the places we went to The be my guest lunch was off the beaten track and was sensational. As a solo traveller I felt reassured as Mike was making sure I was Ok. We had a wonderful bus driver Greg who made sure we had a safe journey in unpredictable weather

Copenhagen to Northern Norway Tour

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Copenhagen to Northern Norway

Northern Capitals Tour

Northern Capitals

We had very bad rooms on board the cruise and couldn’t seem due to noise. We have feedback directly yo globus.

Copenhagen to Helsinki Tour

Copenhagen to Helsinki

I was disappointed the coach driver had to take 48 hours off the last two days of my trip because just when I was tired out I had to walk a lot and take public transportation.????

Scandinavia (Summer, 12 Days) Tour

Scandinavia (Summer, 12 Days)

Awesome trip!!! Couldn't have been any better. Our tourguide Ed was amazing too.

Scandinavia Highlights – Denmark Norway Sweden Finland Tour

Scandinavia Highlights – Denmark Norway Sweden Finland

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I was worried about the culturally mixed tour clients due to some negative reviews from previous clients. But I enjoyed the experiences of mixing with participants from Mexico and the Philippines. Yes sometimes bilingual guides’ presentations were not clear, and I had to ask for clarifications. Hotels were better than I had expected from the reviews; except in one-hotel the lightening was so bd
My trip was well organized. The Tour Leader Amanda and the Driver Raffie were both excellent. The cities, sites, people, and events experienced were a joy.
Excllent tour, excellent tour director and driver.
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The best family tours and vacation packages in Scandinavia with 82 customer reviews. Choose from 130 family friendly tour packages to Scandinavia that are suitable for most age groups. Please also do not hesitate to contact us if your family has any special tour package requirements.

130 family trips in Scandinavia

Pearls Of Northern Europe End Copenhagen Tour

  • Starts Oslo, Norway
  • Ends Copenhagen, Denmark

Pearls of Northern Europe End Copenhagen

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  • No booking fees
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Activities Explorer
  • Accommodation Hotel
  • Transport Bus & Ferry
  • Age Range 15-99 yrs
  • Operated in English
  • May 26 10+ seats left
  • Jun 02 10+ seats left
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Scandinavian Escape Tour

  • Starts Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Ends Stockholm, Sweden

Scandinavian Escape

  • Activities City sightseeing & Cultural, religious and historic sites City sightseeing , Cultural, religious and historic sites & Art and architecture 'data-more-tripid='37659'>+1 more
  • Transport Coach & Ferry
  • Age Range 10-99 yrs
  • Brochure Price: US$ 3,020
  • Special Deal (34%): - US$ 1,020
  • Total Price from: US$ 2,000
  • Aug 18 Only 3 seats left
  • Sep 29 Only 5 seats left

A Taste Of Scandinavia Tour

  • Ends Oslo, Norway

A Taste of Scandinavia

  • Tour Type Small Group Tour
  • Activities Sightseeing Tours & Cultural, religious and historic sites Sightseeing Tours , Cultural, religious and historic sites , Museum and gallery visits & Active and outdoor 'data-more-tripid='5504'>+2 more
  • Transport Train, Bus & Ferry
  • Brochure Price: US$ 2,880
  • Special Deal (25%): - US$ 720
  • Total Price from: US$ 2,160
  • May 26 Only 3 seats left
  • May 30 Only 2 seats left

Spectacular Scandinavia & Its Fjords Tour

Spectacular Scandinavia & its Fjords

  • Activities Adventure & Art and architecture Adventure , Art and architecture , Cultural, religious and historic sites , Natural landmarks sightseeing & Museum and gallery visits 'data-more-tripid='21156'>+3 more
  • Accommodation Hotel & Resort
  • Transport Coach
  • Age Range 5-99 yrs
  • Brochure Price: US$ 6,650
  • Special Deal (15%): - US$ 998
  • Total Price from: US$ 5,652
  • May 26 Only 8 seats left

Norway Cross-country Skiing Tour

  • Starts Kvitavatn, Norway
  • Ends Kvitavatn, Norway

Norway Cross-country Skiing

  • Activities Skiing and Snowboarding & Winter adventure
  • Accommodation Lodge
  • Age Range 14-99 yrs
  • Brochure Price: US$ 2,998
  • Special Deal (10%): - US$ 298
  • Total Price from: US$ 2,700
  • Jan 18 Only 8 seats left
  • Feb 08 Only 8 seats left

Scandinavia Explorer Tour

  • Ends Helsinki, Finland

Scandinavia Explorer

  • Activities Countryside and village visits & Cultural, religious and historic sites Countryside and village visits , Cultural, religious and historic sites , Museum and gallery visits & Natural landmarks sightseeing 'data-more-tripid='3059'>+2 more
  • Accommodation Hotel & Hut
  • Transport Train, Bus, Private Vehicle, Boat & Ferry
  • Brochure Price: US$ 6,850
  • Special Deal (25%): - US$ 1,712
  • Total Price from: US$ 5,138
  • May 25 Only 4 seats left
  • Jun 01 Only 4 seats left

Highlights Of Scandinavia Tour

Highlights of Scandinavia

  • Activities Sightseeing Tours & Cruise Sightseeing Tours , Cruise , Natural landmarks sightseeing & Art and architecture 'data-more-tripid='21235'>+2 more
  • Accommodation Hotel & Villa
  • Brochure Price: US$ 2,595
  • Special Deal (26%): - US$ 680
  • Total Price from: US$ 1,915
  • May 31 10+ seats left
  • Jun 07 10+ seats left

Walking The Fjords Tour

  • Starts Bergen, Norway
  • Ends Bergen, Norway

Walking the Fjords

  • Activities Trekking and Hiking
  • Accommodation Hotel & Guest House
  • Transport Ferry, Coach & Train
  • Age Range 16-99 yrs
  • Sep 28 Only 8 seats left
  • Jun 07 Only 8 seats left

Scenic Scandinavia And Its Fjords Tour

Scenic Scandinavia and its Fjords

  • Activities City sightseeing & Art and architecture City sightseeing , Art and architecture , Natural landmarks sightseeing & Museum and gallery visits 'data-more-tripid='20886'>+2 more
  • Transport Coach, Ferry, Train & Boat
  • Brochure Price: US$ 5,225
  • Special Deal (17%): - US$ 900
  • Total Price from: US$ 4,325
  • Jun 02 Only 6 seats left

Highlights Of Scandinavia Tour

  • Trip customizable
  • Activities City sightseeing & Natural landmarks sightseeing
  • Transport Boat & Ferry
  • Age Range 8-95 yrs
  • May 29 10+ seats left
  • Jun 05 10+ seats left

Absolute Scandinavia And The Baltics Tour

  • Ends Tallinn, Estonia

Absolute Scandinavia and the Baltics

  • Activities City sightseeing & Cultural, religious and historic sites
  • Transport Boat, Coach & Ferry

Copenhagen To Helsinki Tour

Copenhagen to Helsinki

  • Activities City sightseeing
  • Brochure Price: US$ 3,315
  • Special Deal (25%): - US$ 824
  • Total Price from: US$ 2,491
  • Aug 18 Only 5 seats left
  • Sep 29 Only 1 seat left

Northern Lights Of Scandinavia Tour

  • Starts Helsinki, Finland

Northern Lights of Scandinavia

  • Activities Adventure
  • Accommodation Hotel & Tent
  • Transport Coach & Flight
  • Oct 23 10+ seats left
  • Jan 01 Only 5 seats left

Magic Of The Fjords - 7 Days Tour

Magic of the Fjords - 7 days

  • Activities City sightseeing & Cultural, religious and historic sites City sightseeing , Cultural, religious and historic sites , Natural landmarks sightseeing & Glaciers 'data-more-tripid='16035'>+2 more
  • Transport Train, Boat, Coach & Taxi
  • Age Range 18-80 yrs
  • Brochure Price: US$ 2,475
  • Special Deal (30%): - US$ 743
  • Total Price from: US$ 1,732
  • Jun 14 10+ seats left

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Imagine exploring breathtaking fjords and vibrant cities on a tour of the Scandinavian countries: Sweden, Norway and Denmark. When you book with Nordic Visitor, a leading Scandinavian travel agency, you’ll have a dedicated local expert to plan your entire trip for you.

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Multi-Country Tours

Enjoy a smorgasbord of different cultures and experiences on a combination tour of several Scandinavian countries.

Why choose Scandinavian combo?

  • See all the highlights of several countries on an expert-crafted itinerary
  • Marvel at the colourful capitals of Sweden, Norway & Denmark
  • Travel through the scenic Swedish countryside
  • Explore the majestic Norwegian fjords by car, train or boat

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Train & cruise, capitals of scandinavia, highlights of scandinavia, sweden, denmark & norway, choose by season.

Discover Scandinavia at a time of year that suits you.

Summer Tours

Travel to Scandinavia between May and September for more daylight hours and mild weather.

Winter Tours

Experience the charm of Scandinavia in winter by visiting between October and April.

One-Country Tours

Focus on one Scandinavian or Nordic country exclusively with these one-destination tours. Choose from Norway's fjords and mountains, Iceland's otherworldly landscapes, and more!

Get ready for dramatic hilltop views and coasts carved with impressive fjords.

Experience the most sought-out natural sites and incredible activities of this popular Nordic nation.

Travel through Sweden’s idyllic landscape and visit serene lakes and forests.

Discover the stunning beauty and fascinating history of Lapland, a true winter wonderland.

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Guided Group Tours

Explore with a local guide and up to 16 like-minded travellers.

Scandinavian Triangle

Visit Norway, Sweden and Denmark by land and sea.

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Discover Scandinavia’s beauty by coastal cruise, rail and road.

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I couldn't be happier with our Nordic Visitor trip. In the past, I've always done my own research and... read more

I couldn't be happier with our Nordic Visitor trip. In the past, I've always done my own research and arrangements, but Nordic Visitor's knowledge of the area paid dividends throughout the trip. Loved that the hotels were located near our trains, making everything walkable. Included breakfasts were excellent. When anything changed, our representative informed us quickly and had alternate arrangements or options ready for us to choose, making everything seamless. Outstanding service!

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Nordic Visitor made our wonderful vacation easy and stress-free. It was a pleasure to travel with everything already arranged, and without having to worry about the best places to stay or how to travel between them. This was our second tour with Nordic Visitor, and they continue to impress.

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Your itinerary is made with intimate local knowledge. That’s because your dedicated travel consultant has first-hand experience of all activities and hotels along the way. Our Scandinavia travel experts regularly inspect all services on our tours to ensure nothing but the best for our customers.

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Secure your trip your way with Nordic Visitor. Book a tour with as little as 10% deposit. With a 20% deposit or more, you will receive our Cancellation Protection free of charge. You can also pay the full price right away to guarantee today’s exchange rate. Terms & conditions apply.

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Established in 2002, Nordic Visitor creates unforgettable travel experiences across Northern Europe. Our travel experts have all lived and travelled extensively in Scandinavia, and create your itinerary with their insider knowledge and travel experience. Travel with us, and you’ll take home lasting memories.

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Nordic Visitor is dedicated to the best service quality, and this is reflected year after year when TripAdvisor awards us with their Certificate of Excellence. We also take great pride in our customer feedback: 97% of our travellers say they would recommend us to friends and family.

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Everyone’s travel wish list is different, so we are happy to update your tour with extra days, optional activities and pretours. This means you’ll have more opportunities to experience all that Scandinavia has to offer.

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Depend on us to take away the hassle of travel. You’ll receive a comprehensive itinerary, a dedicated travel consultant and all of your tickets and activities booked. We work with our network of trusted local businesses to make your trip seamless, saving you time and effort.

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One of our travel experts is always on call 24/7 to handle any unforeseen situations during your trip. Unexpected delays or weather? No problem. Nordic Visitor will rework your itinerary, re-book activities and fix your accommodation, all while keeping you informed.

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With Nordic Visitor, you have peace of mind knowing your tour arrangements with us are 100% financially protected. Your payments are safeguarded as we comply with European Union laws on Package Travel regulations. This guarantees you a refund in the unlikely event of insolvency.

Exploring Scandinavia

Imagine feeling the fresh sea breeze on your face as you take a coastal cruise, or marvelling at the deep valleys of Norway’s fjords - soon you could experience this and even more. Here’s just a taste of what you could get up to…

  • Photograph the jaw dropping cliffs and “mouth” of Norway’s Nærøyfjord and Geirangerfjord
  • Explore the colourful Norwegian wharf of Bryggen , a UNESCO World Heritage site in Bergen
  • Wander around the cultural landmarks and green parks of Norway’s capital, Oslo
  • Ride the legendary Flåm Railway , one of Norway’s steepest rail climbs, and see remarkable views
  • Roam the historic cobbled streets of Gamla Stan Old Town and learn about Sweden’s rich history
  • Cast your eyes on Sweden’s beautiful Stockholm archipelago
  • Discover the majestic history of the Christiansborg Palace , the seat of the Danish Parliament
  • Release your inner child at Denmark’s Tivoli Gardens , one of the oldest amusement parks in the world
  • Visit the capital of cool, Copenhagen , and try tasty local specialties like Smørrebrød

Frequently Asked Questions About Scandinavia

You may have a few questions about your upcoming trip to Scandinavia, so we’ve collected and answered the most important ones for your convenience. Or, if you want to know more about our processes and payment details, check out our FAQ page .

1. What countries make up Scandinavia?

Scandinavia is a region in Northern Europe that is made up of Sweden, Denmark and Norway. The neighbouring countries of Finland and Iceland are technically 'Nordic' rather than 'Scandinavian'. But many people consider them Scandinavian because they share many cultural similarities.

2. Are Finland and Iceland in Scandinavia?

Scandinavia is typically defined as the countries of Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Finland and Iceland are technically ‘Nordic’ countries as they are not part of the Scandinavian peninsula.

However, due to shared celebrations and cultural norms, both Iceland and Finland can loosely be considered Scandinavian in many ways.

3. Why travel to Scandinavia?

Imagine looking out to incredible views of endless fjords, visiting chic ‘Scandi-cool’ cities and enjoying the midnight sun by the many charming canals and harbours. Scandinavia is a brilliant destination for its balance between urban areas and nature reserves, and you benefit from the best of both with the opportunity to go on pretty hiking trails and sightseeing in the city.

It’s a feast for the senses as well, with colourful UNESCO heritage wharfs, cruises along the Baltic sea and literal smörgåsbords of delicious food. A long-time favourite of nature lovers, hikers, city breakers and fans of architecture, Scandinavia has activities and points of interest for everyone.

What's more, the region has been named by top publications as one of the best destinations to visit in Northern Europe this year . 

If we’ve whet your appetite and you’re curious about the attractions here, then read our first-time visitor guide to Scandinavia .

4. Where to visit in Scandinavia?

Scandinavia has so many must-see cities and points of interest that it’s hard to list them all. Here are our favourite cultural hotspots and famous sights:

  • Geirangerfjord, Norway
  • Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Pulpit Rock or Preikestolen, Norway
  • Bergen, Norway
  • Gothenburg, Sweden
  • Helsinki, Finland
  • Oslo, Norway
  • Stockholm, Sweden
  • Flåm, Norway
  • Tivoli Gardens, Denmark

For more information about exploring the region, read this handy guide on the best times and places to go , or check out the top Scandinavian cities to visit .

5. When is the best time to visit?

Scandinavia is stunning all year round and there’s plenty to see and do during each season. Pinpointing the best time for you depends on your preferences when travelling. For pleasant weather and extended hours of daylight, visit Scandinavia during the summer months.

Visit in the winter or shoulder seasons for a quieter trip with charming, festive sights. If the northern lights are your must-see, then we’d recommend checking out our Norway and Lapland packages.

For more information and travel ideas read our comprehensive guide on when to visit Scandinavia .

6. How to get around Scandinavia?

A popular option to travel around Scandinavia is via railway. Highly rated by locals, the trains are usually clean, comfortable and most importantly, prompt. The railway routes pass by stunning scenery making for an extraordinary “commute” and there are opportunities to stretch your legs on board.

Sailing from destination to destination on a cruise is also a great way to see Scandinavia, as each voyage will give you amazing views of coastal attractions such as the Norwegian fjords. For our cruise and train packages , we arrange all of the timings for you and tickets are booked before you arrive for peace of mind.

Another great way to travel around Scandinavia is by guided mini-bus tour. Unlike larger coach tours, our small group tours have a maximum of 16 people. You get to travel with a local guide who will show you their perspective of Scandinavia, and not just repeat what’s written in the guidebooks.

Scandinavia also has some of the best self-drive road trip routes in the world. You could see the countless islands of the Stockholm archipelago here, as well as seaviews from Hardangerfjord Bridge or vistas from the highest mountain passage in Norway, Sognefjell.

For more ideas on how to explore Scandinavia, check out our range of travel packages .

7. Can I choose the arrival date?

Yes you can choose your ideal arrival dates. We have a wide range of arrival options depending on the package and season. Our tours are all available to book online so once you’ve found your favourite one, you can choose the best dates for you. If you’ve already booked but need to change your dates, get in touch with your travel consultant to rearrange your bookings.

8. When should I book my flights?

We recommend that you book your package and wait for confirmation before you organise your flights as this ensures that your tour is secured and you have all of the correct timing information.

We advise checking flight times and dates beforehand so you can pinpoint your ideal tour dates. Get in touch with your dedicated travel consultant to move your tour dates if your flights change.

9. Can we add extra nights in some locations?

You can add extra nights at the start and end of all tours. For some tours, you can ask your consultant to add extra nights at destinations along the way as well. You can do this online when you book, or if you’ve already booked your package, contact your travel consultant as soon as possible to update your tour.

10. Can I customise a tour from scratch?

By booking one of our packages, you’ll enjoy fantastic accommodation, carefully planned routes and pre-booked activities. As well as this, we can personalise your itinerary with added nights at the start and end of your journey and, depending on the package, extra stops during your trip.

While we may not always build a tour from scratch, we will try our best to include any special sights or attractions you want to go to.

11. What should I pack to wear in Scandinavia?

Scandinavia is a region in Northern Europe, so the weather can be a little temperamental in most seasons. We advise that you prepare for all outcomes by packing the following:

  • Warm jumper or fleece
  • Thermal layers
  • Waterproof jacket and trousers
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Small day bag or rucksack
  • Binoculars  

For more information on what to pack and wear, take a look at our handy Norway packing guide .

About Nordic Visitor

Established in 2002, Nordic Visitor is a travel agency that creates amazing travel experiences for customers across Scandinavia. Our travel consultants are passionate about providing excellent quality service and will be available to help you before, during and after your trip. Every package is created from scratch by our travel experts and is regularly quality tested.

Reasons to choose us include:

  • Personalised itinerary: you deserve the trip of a lifetime, so depend on our travel experts to create and organise an amazing trip.
  • Quality checked accommodation: all of our accommodation is tried and tested by our local specialists to guarantee an excellent stay.
  • 24/7 helpline: for peace of mind, there’s always a travel consultant on the other end of our 24/7 helpline.
  • Travel expertise: your journey will be extra special with our team's insider knowledge and Scandinavia experience.

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Scandinavian Family Fun luxury tour

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9 days - Premium tour with emphasis on luxury city stays and family adventures

On this fun and educational tour you will discover the three Scandinavian capitals - Stockholm, Copenhagen and Oslo - and make memories to last a lifetime. Perform the Dancing Queen alongside holograms of ABBA (and share the video with family at home), take a boat trip to an island for a swim off the rocks and delicious ice-cream; discover a mighty ship that sank in 1628; dress like a Viking and board a long boat ready for battle; fly down the Holmenkollen Ski Jump at almost 62mph (in a simulator) and be amazed by how balsawood drafts can carry men across oceans.

We also promise to share with you the location of the best cake and pastry shops and where you can find the freshest strawberries and other mouthwatering Scandinavian summer treats.

Highlights include an overnight ferry from Copenhagen to Oslo, Stockholm kayak tour, Roskilde Viking Museum tour and great cities such as Stockholm, Copenhagen and Oslo. Private transfers throughout, private guided tours and premium inclusions set this tour apart.

Enjoy a personalized vacation, developed by one of our experienced Scandinavian destination experts. Relax during your trip with our 24/7 support and expert local guidance.

Please note that all our itineraries, inclusions, dates and prices displayed on this website may change at any time. If you book an itinerary today and have this confirmed it will be the itinerary that is delivered to you. However, the online itinerary on our website may change in the meantime.

As a Certified B Corporation, 50 Degrees North has designed this tour using handpicked local hoteliers and suppliers who share our ethos of delivering services and activities of high social and environmental standards.

The CO2-e per person per day of all tours is carefully measured following each season. We fully offset all emissions of our tours on your behalf, and we constantly look at ways to reduce emissions where possible.

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Private transfers, boat/ferry and local flights.

  • Deluxe accommodation in shared double/twin room with private facilities
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  • Overnight ferry from Copenhagen to Oslo
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Flight Stockholm to Copenhagen including taxes and International Flights

Day 1 - Arrive Stockholm and private transfer to your hotel

Welcome to Stockholm! The capital of Sweden is a child-friendly city with an abundance of children’s attractions and museums with activities and exhibits. Distances are short and the public transportation system takes you everywhere you want to go. Buses are even free if you´re bringing a stroller.

Your hotel, the elegant and understated Lydmar Hotel is a quintessential Stockholm stay. Behind its grand white stone façade, this urban boutique hotel has laid on a smörgåsbord of luxurious comforts.

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Day 2 - Stockholm - Djurgården History & Fun

After breakfast start your first full Stockholm day visiting the green island of Djurgården (app.2 km from your hotel), where many of the children’s attractions are in close proximity to one another.

Begin your Djurgården exploration in the Vasa Museum with a private 2,5 tour. The Vasa ship capsized and sank in Stockholm 1628. After 333 years on the sea bed the mighty warship was salvaged so the voyage could continue. The museum offers lots of exciting things for children and adults to learn together.

Enjoy a lunch and delicious ice creams by the sea and continue your day getting to know one of the most popular pop groups of all times; ABBA. In ABBA Museum you will experience the feeling of being the 5th ABBA member. So find out what you would look like in their legendary stage costumes, sing at the Polar Studio, experience exciting 3D avatars, and enter the stage together with the band. Your material will be recorded on your personal ID number on your entrance ticket.

On Djurgården you will find also the fairytale world of Junibacken and the amusement park Gröna Lund with plenty of attractions for kids and adults alike. Across the street from Gröna Lund is also Skansen – a popular open-air museum, complete with historical buildings, Nordic animals, a children’s zoo and an aquarium.

Day 3 - Kayaking city tour of central Stockholm with guide

After breakfast, head to the kayak dock, located right in the heart of the city. All the kayak guides are local, qualified and experienced, so they take time to run through some basic paddling techniques and safety information with you before you set off on your adventure. The private kayaking tours have an easy tempo to suit all abilities; many persons who paddle have no previous experience, and the techniques are easy to learn.

Enjoy a leisurely sightseeing paddle that allows you a fabulous vantage point as you look in on the city from your kayak. Feel the pulse of the city from a very different perspective! Throughout the tour, your guide regales you with stories and offers insights into local customs, history, culture, and lifestyle.

Around lunchtime, finish this tour and then enjoy your 24-hour Stockholm card to explore the city further. If you are travelling in winter, we can alternate this tour with an iceskating tour on the rivers. We also suggest adding a wildlife safari to see Elk if this might suit your family (depending on the ages of your children).

Day 4 - Wonderful Copenhagen - a small and intimate capital

Transfer to the airport for your short flight to Copenhagen. Upon arrival into Copenhagen you will be transferred to your hotel in the city centre.

You will stay at the opulent Hotel Nimb in a deluxe guest room with view. The hotel is a centrally located 5-star boutique hotel. The Nimb family and 100 years of gastronomic tradition in excellence are famous for their focus on details, featuring the magic of Tivoli.

As with all the Scandinavian Capitals, Copenhagen is a city for kids. Reserved places on buses and trains for prams and pushchairs, children's menus in restaurants, art museums in kids' height and of course reductions at all attractions. The city is also covered with well-equipped public playgrounds, ideal for a few hours of air and exercise as well as fun! These are great places to take your children to play with and get to know local Danish children and to meet their families or to just enjoy a few hours peace and quiet while your kids play.

Depending on the age of your children, of course, consider:

Tivoli Gardens - a true fairy tale for kids as well as their mum and dad. This amusement park is a must for all visitors to the city and located just a few minutes walk from your hotel.

Copenhagen Zoo – explore 264 exciting species. A visit in this zoo is always a wild and exciting experience.

H.C. Andersen Museum - see and listen to Hans Christian Andersen’s many fairy tales in colourful displays with exciting light and sound effects! Experience the entire story of his life – from his childhood to his adult life and his many travels world-wide.

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Day 5 - Roskilde takes you back to the Viking History

Hop into your private transfer and take a ride to Roskilde (app. 40 minutes from Copenhagen). Spend a full day exploring the Viking Museum; original Viking ships, go on board, dress like a Viking and write your name in runic letters. During your Viking day enjoy a lunch and snacks in Viking style on the Museum Island or look views of the Roskilde Fjord as you dine.

The day tour (6 hours) includes entrance fees (Museum, Viking Jetty and Sailing), no meals.

Day 6 - Leisurely morning and overnight ferry from Copenhagen to Oslo

After a leisurely morning on your own, transfer to the cruise terminal mid-afternoon for your overnight ferry voyage to Oslo. Settle into your superior cabin and explore the services on board.

Sea travel with Dfds Seaways is great fun for children of all ages and the whole family can enjoy exploring the ship and the outdoor deck areas which are a good place for bird watching and ship spotting. The ship has special play areas for children and serves special meals for children in restaurants and cafes.

Day 7 - Family Fun in Oslo

Arrive into the Oslo port at the relaxed time of 9.45 am and take a private transfer to Hotel Continental and have a free day exploring the capital of Norway with your family.

Oslo's highlights for Families:

The Viking Ship Museum – see the world's best-preserved Viking ships and finds from Viking tombs around the Oslo Fjord.

Holmenkollen Ski Jump and Museum – take a tram from Oslo to Holmenkollen and climb up to the legendary ski jumping tour. Or experience with a ski simulator what it is like to jump from a tour!

Oslo Summer Park – Have an adventure up in the trees in one of Scandinavia's largest climbing parks - just 30 minutes from the city centre. The park is divided into nine trails with varying degrees of difficulty.

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Day 8 - Dive into Nordic History with museum visits and guided tour

After breakfast, take your private transfer to Bygdøy to explore the history of Nordic explorers in Kontiki and Fram museums. The 3 hour tour includes entrance fees to both museums (no meals).

Start your exploration day in Kontiki museum which exhibits Thor Heyerdahl’s one of history’s most famous explorer’s expeditions, the original Kon-Tiki raft, and the papyrus boat Ra II. Explore how he crossed the Pacific Ocean on the balsawood raft Kon-Tiki in 1947 and how he was also responsible for important archeological excavations on the Galapagos Islands, Easter Island and in Túcume.

After lunch, visit the Fram Museum which is the home of world’s strongest polar vessels. At the Fram Museum, you can come on board the ship and see how the crew and their dogs managed to survive in the coldest and most dangerous places on earth - the Arctic and the Antarctic. The museum also has a polar simulator where you can experience both the cold and the dangers of polar expeditions over a hundred years ago.

Day 9 - Goodbye Oslo

Enjoy your last day in Oslo and take a private transfer to the airport for your departing flight.

All prices listed are per adult and based on Director's Choice superior hotel categories. We will individually quote for your children, based on age and room requirements.

All prices listed are per person, based on two people sharing a room. Prices are indicative due to the current uncertainty across Europe with increasing energy and volatile fuel costs.

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New attractions are opening all the time in these destinations - ask us for advice about tickets should be pre purchased before you depart. Read more about this tour including activities highlights here.

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Oslo restaurants, in the tradition of the New Nordic Food Movement, have the depth and sophistication you would expect from the capital city of Norway. Read our options for places to try.

KOK Oslo Floating Sauna

Sightseeing done differently in Oslo on a floating sauna

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Make sure to plan a visit to Oslo, the bustling capital of Norway, and pre-book a session with the floating sauna KOK Oslo. Our Nordic Destination Specialist, Ivy Thompson interviews Kirstin Lorange, founder of floating sauna, KOK Oslo.

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Travel insurance is compulsory for all tours with 50 Degrees North. The safety of our travellers, staff and operators is a major priority of 50 Degrees North. With an operational office in Norway, 50 Degrees North has access to an up-to-the-minute flow of information regarding the countries we work in. We are also in regular contact with the various operators we use. Their in-depth knowledge and understanding of their various areas is vital.

Practical information about Scandinavian Hotels

  • Hotel rooms in Scandinavia are normally furnished with twin beds, which can be moved together to form a double bed or placed separately. Please note that single rooms are generally smaller than doubles, and are often equipped with a shower instead of a bath. Purpose-built triple or family rooms are likewise unusual in Scandinavian hotels. Whilst it is possible for 3 persons to share a room, this will normally be a double room with an extra bed, with correspondingly less space to move about in.
  • It is also unusual to have a porter at hotels to carry your luggage.
  • There is free wi-fi in many hotels in Scandinavia.
  • Unexpectedly, all forms of Scandinavian accommodation rarely provide tea and coffee facilities in their rooms. If you are lucky, a kettle will be supplied but nothing else. Please ask at reception for some provisions when you arrive or just carry a small selection from home.
  • Please also note that in Scandinavia - in particular, during winter - the included lunch will often be a hearty warm soup with bread.
  • More remote hotels in Lapland will offer dinner at an additional cost. In some spots, there will be limited choices else where. Generally, you get a very nice home-cooked Scandinavian dinner. However, you may sometimes find only one or two choices only for your main course.
  • In Scandinavia, it is normal for washing and laundry facilities to be in the basement. If you are staying in apartment type accommodation, check downstairs or ask for assistance.

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This is the Perfect Two-Week Scandinavia Itinerary

by Jason Brasier | 14 May 2024

Get ready for the ultimate Scandinavia itinerary: a transformative 15-day journey through stunning landscapes, charming cities, fairytale villages and majestic fjords. This special Insight Vacations tour starts in Denmark’s food-loving capital of Copenhagen before traversing the scenic farms of Sweden , powerful fjords of Norway , before finally finishing at cosmopolitan Oslo. This itinerary is truly the perfect adventure for two weeks in Scandinavia.

See full tour: Spectacular Scandinavia & Its Fjords

What is the best month to visit Scandinavia?

A huge river curves around a valley, bright blue and rippling. The valley cliffs are rife with lush vegetation. It's one of Scandinavia's beautiful fjords

The best month to visit Scandinavia all depends on your preferences and interests. Want good weather and longer days for outdoor activities like hiking and sightseeing? Head in summer, from June through August . You could even experience the famous midnight sun phenomenon in northern regions, where the sun never sets; you can spend some time hiking at 3am if you wanted to!

Alternatively, from December to February, Scandinavia is ice cold yet majestic and magical. Snow-covered landscapes surround you, with plenty of opportunities for skiing, and the chance to witness the mesmerizing Northern Lights . Spring (March to May) and fall (September to November) bring their own unique charm, with colorful foliage and still ample chance to see the aurora borealis. Not only that, but it’s far less busy and often better value for money too. Ultimately, the best month to visit Scandinavia depends on you, and whether you prefer the vibrant energy of summer or the serene beauty of winter.

What is the best way to get around Scandinavia?

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You can get around Scandinavia via train, ferry, rental car, or even domestic flights. However, when considering factors like convenience, sustainability, and the opportunity for immersive experiences, we’d recommend coach travel as one of the best ways to get around.  With coach travel, such as on our guided tours, you get to truly take in the beauty of Scandinavia’s varied landscapes. Especially as you’re not the one stressing about driving and parking in a foreign country! Not only that, but coach travel is actually the most sustainable way to get around , even moreso than train. What’s even better with our tour is that you’ll be with the same group over your two weeks in Scandinavia, so traveling in your group really fosters socialising and camaraderies with your fellow travelers. Any good Scandinavia itinerary takes you through multiple countries, which are actually really easy to drive between. So, while other modes of transportation have their merits, coach travel stands out as the best way to explore Scandinavia comprehensively and responsibly.

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Starting in the City of Spires

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First, we begin in Copenhagen, the fantastic ‘City of Spires’ Settle in and relax after your flight before joining your Travel Director and fellow travelers for an exciting welcome dinner. Then, we’ll end the night with enchanting drinks at the world-famous Tivoli Gardens amusement park.

The next day, explore Copenhagen with a Local Expert. You’ll have the opportunity to discover iconic landmarks like the Little Mermaid statue, Christiansborg Palace, Rosenborg Castle, Amalienborg Palace, the Renaissance Stock Exchange, and Copenhagen Cathedral. Perhaps take an Optional Experience into the picturesque Danish countryside to see the castles of North Zealand?

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Sweden in style

Next on our Scandinavia itinerary is Gothenburg, which we’ll get to by passing along Sweden’s west coast, delving into its rich cultural heritage and maritime history with a Local Expert. Enjoy an evening at leisure, strolling along leafy boulevards and savoring the local cuisine. We’ll hit the road to get to Stockholm, passing by a patchwork of fertile farmland along the shores of Lake Vättern. Our pit-stop is the family-run Grännaberget café, where you’ll meet Mattias and try a traditional Swedish ‘Fika’ experience – the ultimate coffee break. Try freshly-baked pastries sourced from local farms while supporting the café, a traditional 18th century Swedish house. This MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experience advances SDG11: Sustainable Cities and Communities.

Then, we arrive at the Swedish capital. Wander the medieval old town of Gamla Stan with a Local Expert, before heading to the Blå hallen, the Blue Hall, host to the Nobel Prize banquets. Then to the city centre and inside the fabulous Gyllene salen, the Golden Hall, which is covered by 18 million gilded mosaic tiles. You have plenty of free time to spend here; perhaps try the Vasa museum to learn about Stockholm’s long maritime history. With the Stockholm archipelago of 30000+ islands nearby, it’s not hard to see where such history comes from.

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Onwards to Norway

Next, we’ll head to the historic cities of Uppsala, and Sigtuna. In the former, we’ll find Scandinavia’s oldest university. In the latter, a tiny City Hall in what used to be the capital of viking Sweden. Waiting for us is Hans Odoo, a captivating local storyteller, as he unveils the rich history of the Carl Linneaus Garden botanical on a guided tour. Then, venture to Falun, a charming historic mining town, where you’ll indulge in a delectable meal at a local restaurant, showcasing the finest locally-sourced ingredients.

Delve deeper into the forested heart of the country as you journey towards Sälen, the renowned starting point of the Vasaloppet, the world’s oldest and longest cross-country ski race. Continuing your adventure, cross the border into Norway, passing through Hamar, known for its Olympic ice skating rink resembling an upturned Viking ship. Indeed, viking remnants,  Follow the shores of Mjøsa, Norway’s largest lake, to reach Lillehammer, famed for hosting the 1994 Winter Olympics.

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The powerful fjords

A huge fjord curves around a valley, with a boat cruising through its waters and snow-capped mountains making up the background.

Get ready to traverse the picturesque countryside of Peer Gynt, immortalized by Henrik Ibsen in his 1867 play. Wind along scenic roads, passing waterfalls, stave churches over 800 years old, rivers, and snow-capped peaks. What is a Scandinavia itinerary without majestic fjords? We’ll eventually arrive to the enchanting village of Geiranger, where you’ll spend two nights admiring fjords and towering mountains. What’s just as amazing as your surroundings is the spa hotel where you’ll stay. Get ready for truly incredible views in iconic settings, like when you’re relaxing in the jacuzzi or on the rooftop garden.

While in Geiranger, we’ll take a scenic fjord cruise, offering unforgettable angles of the majestic surroundings. Then it’s off to the Bøya Glacier for a photo-stop before exploring Fjærland. Here, choose between visiting the interactive Norwegian Glacier Museum at the foot of the Jostedal Glacier, the largest icecap in continental Europe, and learn about climate change and sustainability. Or, take a guided walk through the village with a Local Expert, gaining insight into life between the fjord and the glacier. Conclude your day with a scenic drive to your historic fjord hotel in Leikanger, where you’ll indulge in a dinner showcasing fresh, locally-sourced produce.

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To Bergen and Beyond

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Cross the serene waters of Norway’s magnificent Sognefjord, the longest fjord in the country, before embarking on an awe-inspiring journey aboard the Flåm Railway . We’ll take the train until Hardangerfjord, where we stop to visit a family-run fruit farm spanning eight generations. Sample their fresh apple juice and homemade cider, before we continue on to historic Bergen. A Local Expert is waiting to show you the picturesque Fish Market and medieval Haakon’s Hall. We’ll wander around this beautiful Nordic city, which is dwarfed by the picturesque mount Floyen nearby. Then, we go through scenic landscapes and picturesque ski resorts until we arrive to Oslo. You’ll have plenty of time to see all the sights, while getting the insights from your local guide. This includes the Royal Palace, Akershush Fortress, Bjorvika, the Opera House, and the intriguing figures in Vigeland Sculpture Park.

We’ll then conclude this Scandinavian adventure with a Celebration Dinner at a local restaurant, where we’ll toast to unforgettable experiences and newfound friendships.

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Premium All Inclusive Scandinavia Tours is our best selling product where everything is included at one incredible price! You can leave your wallet at home because these tours include just about everything you will need for a worry free visit to Scandinavian countries: roundtrip transfers to and from the airport, first class accomodations at 4* at centrally located hotels, extensive fjords sighseeing with all famous fjords and nature attractions, most dinners and lunches, transportation by a/c modern coach, luggage handling at the hotels and ferry terminals and English speaking tour escort throughout the tour. To ensure comfortable atmosphere for our tour participants, children under 12 are not allowed on these tours.Sit down, relax and enjoy your vacation!

Fabulous Scandinavia

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❖ 5/4- star handpickd boutique hotels ❖ Daily breakfast,2 lunches, 2 dinners ❖ English tour escort and local guides ❖ Luggage handling at the hotels and overnight ferry ❖ Max. group size - 24 people ❖ Copenhagen, Oslo, Eidfjord, Gudvangen, Flam, Stockolm

Fabulous Scandinavia, Helsinki and Tallinn

Fabulous Scandinavia, Helsinki and Tallinn

❖ 5/4- star handpickd boutique hotels ❖ Daily breakfast, 3 lunches, 4 dinners ❖ English tour escort and local guides ❖ Luggage handling at the hotels and overnight ferry ❖ Max. group size - 24 people ❖ Copenhagen, Oslo, Eidfjord, Gudvangen, Flam, Stockolm, Helsinki, Tallinn

Grand Scandinavian Panorama

Grand Scandinavian Panorama

❖ First Class hotels ❖ English speaking tour escort and local guides ❖ Daily breakfast, 2 lunches and 5 dinners in the countryside ❖ 2 nights Baltic Sea cruise with buffet dinners ❖ Group size - max. 31 people ❖ Helsinki, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo, Ulvik, Hardangerfjord, Bergen, Sognefjord, Balestrand, Briksdal Glacier, Geirangerfjord, Oslo

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Scandinavian Capitals

❖ First Class hotels ❖ English speaking tour escort and local guides ❖ Daily breakfast, 2 lunches and 5 dinners in the countryside ❖ 2 nights Baltic Sea cruise with buffet dinners ❖ Group size - max. 31 people ❖ Helsinki, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo

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Royal Scandinavian Capitals

❖ First Class hotels ❖ English speaking tour escort and local guides ❖ Daly breakfast, 1 lunch, 1 dinner ❖ Group size - max. 31 people ❖ Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo ❖ Available Extension to Norway Fjords

Royal Capitals and Norway's Fjords

Royal Capitals and Norway's Fjords

❖ First Class hotels ❖  English speaking tour escort and local guides ❖  Daily breakfast, 2 lunches and 5 dinners in the countryside ❖  1 night Baltic Sea cruise with buffet dinner ❖  Group size - max. 31 people ❖ Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo, Ulvik, Hardangerfjord, Bergen, Sognefjord, Balestrand, Geirangerfjord, Oslo

Premium Scandinavia Tours

Premium Scandinavia Tours are less expensive than Premium All Inclusive Scandinavia packages. They are designed for travelers who do not require airport transfers, daily meals and luggage handling. You will still get the same outstanding service, first class accomodations at 4* hotels, extensive fjords sighseeing with all famous fjords and nature attractions, some dinners and lunches, transportation by a/c modern coach, luggage handling at the ferry terminals and English speaking tour escort throughout the tour. With kids 2+ allowed this makes it a perfect family friendly tour!

Scandinavia for any Budget

You don't need to break the bank to travel to Scandinavia. These basic on a budget tours will introduce you to the wonderful Scandinavian capitals and fjords at a price you can afford. Shorter itineraries and less extensive fjord sighseeing make them more affordable but still come with 4* accomodaitions, daily breakfast, transfers and luggage handling, knowledable English and Spanish speaking guides.

Three Capitals, Countryside and Fjords

Three Capitals, Countryside and Fjords

❖Great value for any budget ❖Optional Pulpit Rock Tour ❖English speaking tour escort and local guide ❖Group size - max. 30 people ❖Copenhagen, Odense, Aarhus, Stavanger, Bergen, Flam, , Fagernes, Olso, Stockholm

Norwegian Fjords and Traditions with Stockholm

Norwegian Fjords and Traditions with Stockholm

❖Unique semi-independent tour ❖Travel by railway, panoramic train and ferries ❖Tour escort assistance in Norway ❖Group size - max. 30 people ❖Olso, Flam, Sognefjord, Bergen, Briksdal, Geirangerfjord, Troll's Road, Molde, Atlantic Road, Stockholm

Majestic Fjords with Stockholm

Majestic Fjords with Stockholm

❖ Unique semi-independent tour ❖ First-class hotels ❖ English speaking tour escort and local guides ❖ Travel by public transport: railway, panoramic train and ferries ❖ Daily breakfast and 2 dinners included ❖ Group size - max. 31 people ❖Bergen, Balestrand, Sognefjord, Flam, Oslo, Stockholm

Capitals of the Baltic Sea

Capitals of the Baltic Sea

Explore Scandinavian and Baltic Capitals ❖Travel by motorcoach and ferries ❖English speaking tour escort and local guide ❖Group size - max. 30 people ❖Stockholm, Helsinki, Tallinn, Riga, Vilnius

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Explore Scandinavia

Explore Scandinavia

❖ Helsinki-Stockholm-Oslo-Fjords-Bergen-Copenhagen ❖ Explore  Scandinavian capitals and Norwegian fjords ❖  Travel by public transport: railway, panoramic train and ferries ❖ Private tours with local guides ❖ First Class hotels

Grand Scandinavia

Grand Scandinavia

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Scandinavia offers a range of travel experiences, from exploring the stunning natural landscapes to immersing yourself in the unique cultural offerings of cities like Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm, and Helsinki. Whether you want to explore all Scandinavian countries or just a few, this independent tour allows you to build your package from 3 to 14 days.

Scandinavian and Baltic Highlights

Scandinavian and Baltic Highlights

HELSINKI - TALLINN - HELSINKI - STOCKHOLM - OSLO - SOGNEFJORD - HARDANGERFJORD - BERGEN - COPENHAGEN An independent Scandinavia travel package with escorted sighseeing, combining Scandinavian and Baltic capitals and unforgettable Norwegian Fjords. Travel by train, bus and ferry and explore the most beautiful locations in Scandinavia and the Baltic countries.

Scandinavian Exploration Tour

Scandinavian Exploration Tour

This is the ultimate semi-escorted  tour of Scandinavian capitals and Norwegian Fjords with a day trip to Tallinn from Helsinki. You will travel between the cities on your own using a combination of public transport: trains, ferries, and buses. 

Northern Capitals

Northern Capitals

HELSINKI - ST. PETERSBURG - TALLINN - PARNU - RIGA - STOCKHOLM Explore Scandinavia and the Baltics by ferry and private car. You’ll have free time in Stockholm and Helsinki, and private sightseeing tours in Riga, Tallinn, and St. Petersburg. RUSSIAN VISA IS NOT REQUIRED

Natural Wonders of Iceland and Norway

Natural Wonders of Iceland and Norway

Experience the best of Iceland and Norway: fjords, waterfalls, coastal and city culture, the unique Viking History, a glacier, mountains, and idyllic islands are among what you will find. A semi-independent tour with a lot time at leisure to explore the region at your own pace.

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The Ultimate Scandinavia Itinerary | 12 Full Days, 6 Fantastic Stops

  • Post author By Melissa
  • Post date April 8, 2024
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Scandinavia is a wonderful, safe, family-friendly region of northern Europe that will make for an unforgettable vacation. It is one of the more expensive areas of Europe to visit, but it is worth the money to see the natural beauty of this area.

We spent 12 days in Scandinavia and loved every single one of them. Our trip started in one of the most popular Scandinavian cities , Copenhagen, Denmark, and it ended in Bergen, Norway.

We were able to see parts of Denmark, Sweden, and Norway, although by no means were we able to see and experience everything we wanted to in this region.

A lot of people have asked us about this trip, so I wanted to lay out all of the details in a full overview of Scandinavia… A complete Scandinavia itinerary – 12 days, 6 stops.

This Scandinavia itinerary briefly covers all the cities, towns, and villages we visited, the places we stayed, how much money we spent, and the attractions we were able to see.

Although you could easily spend 10 days in Norway alone, we only had 12 days for all of Scandinavia. So, this whirlwind travel itinerary covers a lot of ground.

Scandinavia itinerary 12 days. A map of some of the top things to do in Scandinavia and the best places to visit in Scandinavia on a 12 day Scandinavia trip.

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Useful things you will need for Scandinavia

Because you will be changing cities and hotels every couple of days, I recommend backpacking rather than bringing rolling luggage with you. Depending on the time of year you visit, you may also need rain gear. After all, Norway is lush and green for a reason. It rains a lot!

In fact, it rains a lot in Denmark and western Sweden, too. There is a good chance it will rain at least once during your 12 days in Scandinavia. Here are a few must-have items for your trip.

About Scandinavia and the Nordic North

Stroget Copenhagen things to do with kids

The Nordic north region of Europe consists of five countries: Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland , and Iceland . However, only three of those countries are considered Scandinavia: Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.

Although many throughout the world use the terms “Nordic” and “Scandinavian” interchangeably, they are not the same, and locals in Iceland and Finland will make sure to correct you if you make that assumption.

The Scandinavian region of the Nordic north refers to the ancient territory of the Norsemen.

While the five countries that make up the Nordic north are all similar in economic structure, politics, and history, for the purpose of this itinerary, the term Scandinavia refers only to Norway, Sweden, and Denmark.  

How to get around Scandinavia 

The major cities and tourist sites in Scandinavia are well connected by trains, buses, and even boats. But for part of our Scandinavia itinerary, we decided to rent a car and road trip. This allowed us to visit some of the smaller, charming fishing villages in western Sweden that aren’t very accessible using public transport.

  • We always book rental cars in Europe through Discover Cars , so we can compare prices and get the best deal.
  • We book most our train tickets using RailEurope which partners with train companies across the continent.  

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Overview of this Scandinavia itinerary 

red wooden buildings in grebbestad sweden on the way from copenhagen to oslo

Here is a brief outline of our 12-day travel itinerary for Scandinavia. We will get into more details below on each city or region. Keep scrolling to see a day-by-day breakdown of what to see and do on your Scandinavia trip.

Copenhagen, Denmark (Day 1-3)

  • Where to stay: Steelhouse Hostel
  • What you’ll need: Copenhagen Card

Gothenburg, Sweden (Day 4)

  • Where to stay: Scandic No25
  • Train ticket from Copenhagen to Gothenburg

Smogen (Day 5)

  • Where to stay: Smogen Hafsvad
  • What you’ll need: rental car

Weather Islands (Day 6)

  • Where to stay: TanumStrand

Oslo, Norway (Day 7-8)

  • Where to stay: Scandic Byporten
  • What you’ll need: Oslo Pass

Flam, Norway (Day 9)

  • Where to stay: Brekke Apartments
  • What you’ll need:  Norway in a Nutshell transportation package

Bergen, Norway (Day 10-12)

  • Where to stay: Hotel Oleana

The different regions you’ll visit during this Scandinavia itinerary

looking down at the west sweden coast

The Scandinavian peninsula is huge, so if you only have 12 days in Scandinavia, I’d recommend not trying to see it all.

You’ll need to narrow down your Scandinavia itinerary to just a few places otherwise you’ll spend all your time driving or on a train.

This 12-day Scandinavia itinerary takes you through the majestic fjords of Norway, to the rugged west coast of Sweden, and to the bicycle-friendly streets of beautiful Copenhagen.

Fair warning, it will leave you wanting to see more. You see, Scandinavia isn’t just big, it’s incredible! Here are some of the highlights you’ll see in Denmark, Sweden, and Norway.

Copenhagen, Denmark

2 days in Copenhagen Nyhavn - Scandinavia itinerary

Copenhagen is one of the most family-friendly cities in the world. Not only is it home to one of the best amusement parks in the world, but outside of that, there are so many things to do in Copenhagen with kids .

From the vibrant, photogenic canal street, Nyhavn, to the stunning Rosenborg castle and its surrounding gardens, you will love exploring the streets and sites of Copenhagen.

West Sweden coast

Smogen Sweden west coast road trip - 12 day itinerary Scandinavia

Relaxing, serene, and rugged – the West Coast of Sweden will be a tranquil escape during your busy 12 days in Scandinavia.

The coast is dotted with quaint fishing villages and an untainted and primarily uninhabited archipelago begging to be explored.

Oslo, Norway

Oslo-attractions-Norwegian-museum-of-cultural-history - Norway itinerary

The capital city of Norway is a great place to get a grasp on Scandinavian culture, history, and Nordic life in general.

With countless museums spanning various interests like art, Viking history, and even skiing, Oslo, Norway is a chic metropolitan area with a friendly and extremely safe vibe.

Norway fjords

Norway fjords Scandinavia itinerary 12 days

The fjords of Norway are practically supernatural. They are beyond majestic. I’d go as far as to say they are heavenly. The fjords are the number one tourist draw for Norway, and for a very good reason.

This area of Norway, near the village of Flam , is one of the most naturally beautiful regions of the world.

A fjord is a deep, narrow body of water surrounded by steep mountains. In the fjords, you’ll see countless waterfalls, enjoy scenic hikes, and feel completely immersed in nature.

Bergen and the west Norway coast

Bergen Norway Scandinavia travel itinerary

Bergen is a quaint city at the mouth of the fjords. Sitting on the southwestern coast of Norway, Bergen is the rainiest city in Europe.

It is surrounded by mountains and is often called the gateway to the fjords, as it is the starting point of many of Norway’s most popular and picturesque fjord tours. This colorful city has a whimsical, almost fairytale-like charm.

With a row of colorful wooden buildings lining the old wharf, the city is often a starting or ending point on many Norway itineraries, including this 12-day Scandinavia itinerary.

But what about Stockholm? 

Stockholm is one of the most beautiful cities in Scandinavia , so why isn’t it included in our itinerary?

Time constraints and distance are the two main reasons that Sweden’s capital city is not on our Scandinavia travel itinerary. 

If you have a full two weeks in Scandinavia, you could visit Stockholm for a couple days then fly to Copenhagen and follow the rest of our itinerary. Or, you can always add Stockholm to a trip that includes Helsinki, Finland and the country of Estonia, instead.

Our Personal Experience following this Scandinavia travel guide

our family in oslo

We traveled across Scandinavia with our then 3-year-old daughter, so nothing on this itinerary is extremely strenuous.

Although the days are filled with a ton of activities, this Scandinavia 12-day itinerary isn’t so full that you won’t be able to simply sit and enjoy a gelato, a glass of wine, or a fika in Sweden.

Although there isn’t anything on this itinerary that a toddler wouldn’t be able to do, if you are looking to take part in more adventurous activities, like some of the longer, strenuous hikes in Norway, you can still follow this itinerary and just modify your activities each day. 

Day-by-Day Breakdown of our 12 Days in Scandinavia

This day-by-day breakdown of our itinerary gives you a rough idea of how you can feasibly spend 12 days in Scandinavia, what to see, how much time you will need, and how to get around the easiest.

Day 1 – Copenhagen, Denmark

a street in Copenhagen near the central train station

You’ll start your 12-day Scandinavia itinerary in Copenhagen, Denmark. We arrived by plane mid-morning and took the train to the central train station (also known as Kobenhavn H). At the airport you can also pick up your Copenhagen Card .

You will want to buy one for the 2-3 days you are in Copenhagen, as admission to everything on this itinerary is included in the price.

From Kobenhavn H train station it is a short walk to Steelhouse Hostel, where we stayed in a private hostel room that was perfect for traveling with kids .

There are various other hotels and accommodations in the area, as well if hostels aren’t your thing. Regardless of where you stay, you’ll want to drop off your bags at your hotel so you can spend your afternoon exploring luggage-free.

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Things to do in Copenhagen Carlsberg Brewery

Your first Copenhagen experience will be a Carlsberg Brewery tour. The self-guided tour takes a couple of hours. It’s interesting and includes beer! The brewery has a free shuttle bus which picks you up across the street from the train station and runs hourly until 5 p.m.

After the brewery tour, enjoy your two beers then either shuttle, take the metro, or walk back to your hotel and enjoy a late lunch or early dinner at one of the nearby restaurants.

  • Where to stay in Copenhagen on a budget: Steelhouse Hostel
  • Alternative hotel if hostels aren’t for you: Andersen Boutique Hotel

Day 1 Highlights

  • Carlsberg Brewery tour
  • Explore Vesterbro District 

Day 2 – Copenhagen, Denmark

This will be a busy day of sightseeing, so wear comfortable walking shoes and consider renting bicycles to get around the city faster like the locals do.

Start your day walking toward Stroget, the busy shopping district in Copenhagen. You’ll find plenty of places where you can grab breakfast along the way.

2 days in Copenhagen with kids

From there head to Nyhavn to stroll along the picturesque canal street before making your way to Amalienborg Palace to watch the changing of the guards at noon. Afterwards, you’ll hit up Kastellet, and the Little Mermaid, one of the most famous statues in Europe .

We walked back to Nyhavn afterwards for a late lunch along the canal and a boat tour. Afterwards, visit Christiansborg Palace, the Rundetaarn, and Rosenborg Castle. Dinner on day 2 will be Torvehallerne market.

Day 2 Highlights

  • Amalienborg Royal Palace
  • little Mermaid 
  • Christiansborg Palace
  • Round Tower
  • Rosenborg Castle
  • Torvehallerne Market

Day 3  – Copenhagen, Denmark

Tivoli Gardens

If you are visiting Scandinavia with kids, this day will be their favorite.

Start by taking the free shuttle to Den Bla Planet, the National Aquarium Denmark. It is the largest aquarium in northern Europe, so you can spend hours exploring and learning about marine life. This will take up a large part of your morning.

The rest of your day, including lunch and dinner, should be spent at Tivoli Gardens , the world’s second oldest theme park. It is amazing!

Day 3 Highlights

  • Den Bla Planet
  • Tivoli Gardens

Read about all of the Copenhagen attractions mentioned in this itinerary.

Day 4 – Gothenburg, Sweden

Haga Gothenberg Sweden road trip - Denmark Sweden Norway itinerary

The fourth day of your 12-day tour of Scandinavia, you’ll take a morning train to Gothenburg, Sweden. The train ride takes roughly 3 ½ hours and requires switching trains in Malmo, Sweden.

Drop off your bags at your hotel and spend your afternoon exploring Gothenburg. You’ll want to check out the Feskekorka Fish Market and partake in the Swedish tradition of fika in the Haga district.

  • Where to stay in Gothenburg: Scandic No 25
  • Luxury hotel also near the train station: Clarion Hotel P ost

Day 4 Highlights

  • Feskekorka Fish Market
  • Gothenburg Botanical Garden

Day 5 – Smögen, Sweden and the west coast

The row houses in Smogen

After exploring Gothenburg, the second largest city in Sweden, you’ll get a break from the city streets on day 5 of your 12-day Scandinavia itinerary. This day will be spent exploring the charming fishing villages along the west coast of Sweden. Pick up your rental car and spend the day in rural, coastal Sweden.

Smogen is one of the most popular and picturesque fishing villages in west Sweden, primarily due to a pretty row of colorful fishing houses along the boardwalk. Make sure you enjoy a fresh seafood lunch while in Smogen. You can also stop at Bohus Fortress and the Pilane Sculpture Park.

  • Where to stay in Smogen, Sweden: Smogens Hafvsbad

Day 5 Highlights

  • Bohus Fortress
  • Pilane Park

Day 6 – Fjallbacka, Sweden and Weather Islands

The town of Fjallbacka.

Fjallbacka and the Weather Islands are both equally fun to explore. In Fjallbacka, you can do an easy hike up Kungsklyftan and before catching a ferry to the Weather Islands.

The desolate islands are home to colonies of seals, so you may spot a few lounging on the rocky islands as you pass by in the ferry.

Me and my daughter sitting on a rock looking out at the Weather islands Sweden west coast

The ferry will drop you off at one of the only islands that is actually inhabited. Have lunch and walk around the island for a while to escape the crowds and recharge. Afterward, head to Grebbestad where you can relax and have fun in a huge indoor pool with a water slide at Tanumstrand Resort.

  • Where to stay in Grebbestad, Sweden: Tanumstrand

Discover all the best stops in West Sweden .

Day 6 Highlights

  • King’s Cleft Hike
  • Weather Islands tour

Day 7 – Oslo, Norway

Frogner-Park-Olso-with-kids - Norway itinerary

From Grebbestad, it is about a 2-hour drive to Oslo, Norway. On your first day in Oslo, you will want to visit the National Museum, Slottsplassen, the Nobel Peace Center and Frogner Park. Have dinner that night along Karls Johans Gate.

When you arrive in Oslo, you will want to drop off your rental car, and then drop off your luggage at the hotel.

Oslo Central Train Station.

I recommend staying somewhere near the Central Train Station and getting an Oslo Pass. It will save you a ton of money if you plan to visit multiple museums and attractions in Oslo.

  • Where to stay in Oslo, Norway: Scandic Byporten
  • Alternative hotel also near the train station: Comfort Hotel Grand C e ntral

Reserve your Oslo Pass

Day 7 Highlights

  • National Museum
  • Karls Johans Gate
  • Nobel Peace Center
  • Frogner Park

Day 8 – Oslo, Norway

oslo-opera-house

There is so much to do in Oslo that if you have the time, you could spend 3 or 4 days exploring the city. Your second day will primarily be spent on the Bygdøy peninsula.

You can take an Oslofjord tour that morning, which departs near the Olso City Hall and the city’s famous opera house.

From there, you’ll ferry over to the peninsula to check out the Fram Museum, Kon-Tiki Museum, Viking Museum, and the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History.

Scandinavia itinerary 10 days - Fram Museum Oslo

If you aren’t a big fan of museums, you can pick and choose which ones you want to visit, but I’d definitely recommend the Fram and Cultural History museums.

In the afternoon, you’ll want to catch a train to the suburb of Holmenkollen to see the Olympic Ski Jump and Ski Museum. It’s a great place to watch the sunset over the Oslofjord.

Check out our full Oslo itinerary and read more about the Oslo attractions we recommend.

Day 8 Highlights

  • Oslo City Hall
  • Oslo Opera House
  • Fram Museum
  • Viking Ship Museum (reopening in 2025)
  • Norwegian Museum of Cultural History
  • Holmenkollen

Day 9 Flam, Norway

looking down at Flam Norway

On the ninth day of your 12-day Scandinavia tour you’ll catch an early train to Flam. This is a popular route that is part of the “Norway in a Nutshell” Package.

The train ride takes roughly 6 hours. You’ll change trains in Myrdal to board a smaller tourist train on the Flam Railway.

It is considered one of the most scenic train journeys in the world. When in Flam, you can hike to the Brekkefossen waterfall or kayak through the fjord.

You’ll want to spend at least one night in Flam, however if you have more time, this is another wonderful place to connect with nature and unplug.

  • Where to stay in Flam, Norway: Brekke Apartments
  • Alternative hotel with a bit more luxury (and a closer walk from the train station): Flamsbrygga Hotel

Check out all the great things to do in Flam .

Day 9 Highlights

  • Flam Railway
  • Brekkefossen hike

Day 10 – Norway fjord cruise

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The best way to experience the Norway fjords is by water. A fjord cruise will take you from Flam to Gudvangen.

The 3 hour cruise takes you past countless waterfalls and gives you incredible views of one of the most stunning fjords in Norway. After the fjord cruise, you’ll board a luxury bus to the town of Voss.

The bus ride is equally picturesque and winds through steep canyons surrounded by mountains.

In Voss, you will transfer once again to a train that will take you to Bergen. All transportation on this day is also included in the “Norway in a Nutshell” package.

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Day 10 Highlights

  • Fjord Cruise and bus to Bergen

Day 11 – Bergen, Norway

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You’ll have a few hours on day 10 to explore Bergen, but day 11 will be spent exploring all the city has to offer. You’ll want to see Bryggen, the Bergen fish market, and take the Fløibanen funicular and/or the Ulriken cable car to get a bird’s eye view of the city.

The Bergen Fish Market

If you plan to do some hiking in Norway, Bergen is a great place to base yourself and you’ll want to pad the end of your itinerary with an extra day or so and do a day trip to hike some of Norway’s famous Trolltunga hiking trail.

  • Where to stay in Bergen: Hotel Oleana
  • Luxury hotel on the old wharf: Clarion Hotel Admiral

Day 11 Highlights

  • Bergen Fish Market
  • Fløibanen Funicular
  • Ulriken Cable Car

Day 12 – Bergen, Norway

one of the main streets in Bergen after a rain

Finally, say goodbye to Scandinavia. Your 12-day experience in Scandinavia comes to an end. Depending on where you are from, you will fly out in the morning, afternoon, or evening to head home.

Spend your final hours shopping for those necessary souvenirs you won’t want to leave without, or if you have the time and like famous European churches , head to Fantoft to see a historical stave church.

Get more ideas of things to do in Bergen .

Day 12 Highlights

  • Gamle Strandgaten -or-
  • Fantoft Stave Church

Best way to get around Scandinavia

This is one of those trips that requires utilizing every single mode of transportation, trains, a rental car, bus, and a ferry.

You’ll have to take a train from Copenhagen to Gothenburg and rent a car in Gothenburg to explore the coast. That is really the only way to visit the quaint fishing villages along the coast.

Then you will travel by train, ferry and bus across Norway to see the fjords. But don’t worry, booking all those different modes of transportation doesn’t have to be difficult.

You can book all of your transportation across Norway by purchasing the Norway in a Nutshell package. Your rental car can be reserved here , and you can book your train from Copenhagen to Gothenburg here .

How much does a 12-day trip to Scandinavia cost?

If you’ve done any research about Scandinavia or the Nordic countries you probably already know that it is expensive.

We are neither luxury nor budget travelers. Like most families traveling with kids, we travel on a moderate-budget and book mid-range accommodations.

Comfort and convenience are important to us. We may splurge for a hotel or apartment in the right location, but eat street food instead of dining in restaurants.

For 12 days in Scandinavia during the off-season, not including flights, our family of three spent approximately $4,000 USD. That covered lodging, transportation, food, admission to attractions, and small souvenirs. Luckily, we got a great deal on our flights, too. Of course, this was several years ago, and with the cost of inflation, I’d definitely plan to budget about $6,000 USD if we did the same trip today.

I typically don’t discuss money or the amount we spend traveling, but in the interest of full disclosure and to help you plan effectively for your trip, I thought cost was an important part of the equation to include.

However, how much you’ll spend in 12 days in Scandinavia can vary greatly depending on how many people you are traveling with, the time of year you go, where you stay and eat, and what activities you add to this itinerary.

FAQs about traveling in Scandinavia

It’s only natural to have questions when planning a trip to Scandinavia – or anywhere else for that matter. Here are a few of the other most frequently asked questions that we have gotten about travel in Scandinavia.

How many days do you need for Scandinavia?

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How many days you need in Scandinavia depends on what all you want to do and see there.

While you can easily follow this 12 Day Scandinavia itinerary and enjoy yourself, if you add an extra week to the itinerary, you can visit Stockholm or make your way up into the Arctic Circle and the Lapland in northern Sweden and northern Norway. And depending on the time of year, you might even get to see the Northern Lights!

What is the best month to visit Scandinavia?

Because Scandinavia sits so far north, the weather is most pleasant during the summer months. However, with the pleasant temperatures comes larger crowds. 

But, if you visit in early May or early September, you will miss most of the crowds and still have decent weather, although long sleeves and layers will likely be needed. 

Winter is cold and dark in Scandinavia, but your odds of seeing the bucket list-worthy Aurora Borealis from late fall to early spring is really good.

Have you visited Denmark, Sweden, or Norway? What would you add to this Scandinavia 12-day itinerary (besides 12 more days)?

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 How to spend 12 epic days in Scandinavia. The Scandinavia itinerary takes you through Denmark, Sweden and Norway. You’ll hit many of the top attractions in Scandinavia and see the majestic fjords, colorful fishing villages, incredible cities, and the one of the oldest theme parks in the world. So if you’re looking for things to do in Scandinavia, this itinerary is a perfect place to start! #scandinavia #denmark #sweden #norway #europe

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  • Meander through the historic cobbled squares and narrow streets of Gamla Stan Old Town
  • Cast your eyes on the beautiful Stockholm archipelago , surrounded by the shimmering Baltic Sea
  • Feel the majestic heritage of Sweden by visiting the many castles, fortresses and of course the Royal Palace
  • Chase the northern lights and go snowmobiling during a winter break to Kiruna in Swedish Lapland
  • Take a break in Gränna , famous for its peppermint polkagris candy, pretty wooden houses and polka dancing
  • Spot indigenous wildlife at the beautiful Lake Vänern , and discover a surprising Picasso sculpture along its shore
  • Experience the charming culture of Sweden first-hand, and visit Ystad’s   quaint streets and brightly coloured houses
  • Enjoy the small-town feel of Sweden’s second largest city, Gothenburg , and visit the museums and castles

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If you're thinking of visiting Sweden, you might have a few questions. For your convenience we’ve collected the most asked ones, so check our FAQs below. You can also find more detailed information on booking and payments on our general FAQ page .

1. Is Sweden safe to visit?

Sweden is a safe country for both visitors and locals. In fact, the Global Peace Index rates Sweden as one of the safest countries in the world. Sweden is also one of the safest driving countries in the world according to the World Health Organisation .

2. Is Sweden Scandinavian?

Sweden is part of Scandinavia, along with the neighbouring countries of Denmark and Norway.

3. Is Sweden part of Europe?

Yes – Sweden is part of Europe and is located in the north of the continent.

4. What is the currency of Sweden?

The Swedish krona (SEK) is the official currency of Sweden – keep this in mind if you plan on exchanging money as Sweden does not use the Euro.

5. What language is spoken in Sweden?

The official language of Sweden is Swedish, with English widely spoken. However in Swedish Lapland and the northerly regions, the locals may also converse in Finnish or Sami.

6. What is the warmest month in Sweden?

The warmest month on average is July. Swedish summers are typically pleasant, and temperatures can get as high as 30°C (86°F) between June and August.

7. What is the best month to go to Sweden?

For mild weather and sunshine, we recommend visiting Sweden from May to September. Not only will you experience Sweden’s charming towns and natural attractions in pleasant conditions, but you’ll also have longer summer days to enjoy them. Regions close to the Arctic Circle experience the ‘midnight sun’ during the summer months – a phenomenon where daylight lasts well into the evening.

If you enjoy wintry activities, a cooler climate and landscapes blanketed in snow, then a visit between October and January is perfect for you. The winter is prime northern lights viewing season and Swedish Lapland is the ideal region to chase them down.

8. Where can we see northern lights in Sweden?

The further north you are of the Arctic Circle, the better your chances of seeing the northern lights, so we suggest visiting the province of Lapland . Here’s our list of aurora viewing areas:

  • Kiruna, Sweden’s most northerly town
  • Abisko, a charming mountain resort village in an “aurora zone”
  • The Aurora Sky Station, a northern lights observatory based outside of Abisko

Swedish Lapland is a beautiful place to go on a ‘northern lights safari’, so why not learn more about the area, and what to expect there, in our northern lights Lapland guide .

9. When is the best time to see the northern lights in Sweden?

The best time to see the northern lights in Sweden is during winter, specifically from October to March, with peak visibility between December and February. Evenings are the best time to go searching for the lights and ideal viewing conditions are remote areas away from light pollution, with clear skies.

10. What is a self-guided tour?

A self-guided tour is a package where all of the bookings and activities are organised for you by your dedicated travel consultant. On these tours, you travel without a guide and navigate the journey yourself.

11. Which is best to tour Sweden – by rail, cruise or self-drive?

The best way to tour Sweden depends on the form of transport you most enjoy and how you prefer to experience attractions.

Sweden’s train system is prompt and comfortable, and when travelling through the countryside, the views from either side of the carriage are exceptional. Rail travel is popular among locals and for good reason – you get to enjoy a traffic-free journey with good amenities and opportunities to stretch your legs.

If you’re the seafaring type, then try a Scandinavian cruise that starts or ends in Sweden. You get to enjoy sweeping views of the coast and experience overnight stays in cosy cabins. By choosing to cruise, you’ll get to visit other famous Nordic cities like Copenhagen and Oslo. You’re also in visiting distance of cities like Tallinn and Helsinki. Find more cruises on our Scandinavian packages .

Self-drive tours are another appealing option as you get to set the pace of your journey and enjoy the flexibility of driving to each attraction. Sweden has some of the safest and most well-maintained roads in the world. A smooth and picturesque drive, another benefit of taking the wheel is that you receive a hand-drawn map of your route and a detailed reference guide with area information and nearby sight-seeing.

12. Can I choose the arrival date?

Yes, you can choose the best arrival date to suit you depending on package and season. All our vacation packages can be purchased online, and once you’ve decided on the best journey for you, you can choose your ideal dates. If you’ve already booked, but your travel plans have changed, then get in touch with your travel consultant as soon as possible so they can rearrange your trip.

13. When should I book my flight tickets?

We advise that you book your package first to secure your tour. It may be worth checking potential flight times and prices first, but be aware some airlines and flight booking websites raise their prices between visits, so remember to do research using “Private” or “Incognito” mode. Once your tour is confirmed by email, go ahead and purchase your flights. If you have missed out on flights, please get in touch with us to change the dates of your tour.

14. What should I pack for my trip?

We advise all our guests to dress sensibly and pack warm layers, as well as wear comfortable shoes when visiting Sweden. Northerly regions like Lapland can reach temperatures as low as -50°C (-58°F), so it’s best to wrap up! Scandinavian weather can change quickly and it’s better to plan for the unexpected than to be underprepared. We recommend that you bring:

  • Jumper or fleece
  • Waterproof jacket
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Umbrella or poncho
  • Sleep mask (summer)
  • Foot warmers (winter)
  • Thermos (winter)
  • Binoculars (for cruise-goers)
  • Sunscreen and sunglasses (summer)

About Nordic Visitor

Nordic Visitor is an Iceland-based travel agency and has been creating amazing Sweden travel experiences for customers since 2005. Since then, we have grown across Northern Europe, all while retaining our excellent customer service and belief that your trip should be memorable for all the right reasons. Reasons to choose us include:

Reasons to choose us include:

  • Tailor-made itinerary: we personalise the itinerary with your dreams and needs in mind, so that you have the vacation of a lifetime.
  • Quality checked accommodation: to ensure you have a good night's sleep wherever you stay, every accomodation is tried and tested by our travel consultants
  • Travel guide: our team's insider travel tips and hidden gem attractions will make your visit extra special.
  • 24/7 helpline: for your peace of mind, there’s always a Sweden-based travel consultant on the other end of our 24/7 helpline.

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Your travels will reveal the storybook beauty and colorful history of Scandinavia. On this Scandinavian trip, you'll discover the truth behind the beloved fairy tales of Hans Christian Andersen, hop aboard one of Europe’s most exciting train journeys and learn about farm life near Bergen.

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Explore Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm with a Local Specialist

Discover Odense, Stavanger, Bergen, Sognefjord, Geirangerfjord, Flåm and Lillehammer

Visit the Stave Church in Lom, Vigeland Sculpture Park in Oslo and Stockholm's City Hall

View the Little Mermaid in Copenhagen and Haakon's Hall in Bergen

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Embark on a beautiful, independent journey to experience the highlights and hidden gems of Denmark, Norway & Sweden.

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  • May - September
  • From $6,655 USD Per Person
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  • Copenhagen, Oslo, Balestrand, Bergen, Stockholm
  • Cruise through Copenhagen’s colorful neighborhoods and waterfront districts on a canal tour.
  • Explore Denmark’s Viking history, cathedrals, and castles – including one that inspired Shakespeare’s “Hamlet.”
  • Live like a local on a bike tour (or walking tour), passing by Oslo’s medieval fortresses, 17th-18th century landmarks, and Nordic architecture of old and new.
  • Adventure on a RIB boat excursion through the beauty of Sognefjord, Norway’s King of the Fjords, passing the Kvinnefossen waterfall and many other sights.
  • Take a funicular to the top of Mount Floyen and marvel at Bergen’s incredible views.
  • Taste true Nordic cuisine in the private residence of a local Swede just outside of Stockholm.

Multi-Country Tour of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden

Our Nordics Silver tour offers an unforgettable journey through Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. Along the way, your friendly local guides will immerse you and your private group in local culture and history, showcasing the best that each country has to offer.

Explore the charming capital cities of Copenhagen, Oslo, and Stockholm, each one a fascinating mix of old and new. Step back in time with visits to ancient castles, fortresses, and Viking history experiences.

Feel the intoxicating mix of awe and adrenaline as you take a RIB boat ride in the spectacular surroundings of Norway’s King of the Fjords — Sognefjord — and soak up the panoramic views from the summit of Mount Floyen.

You can expect all this and so much more on a private multi-country Scandinavia tour that perfectly combines essential tourist experiences and hidden gems loved by locals.

Please contact us if you have any questions about this 13-day tour of Scandinavia. If you have more time to take advantage of, check out our other private multi-country adventures; Nordics Gold (18 days) and Nordics Diamond (22 days).

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After landing at Keflavík Airport, you will travel to your hotel in Reykjavík. Located in the heart of Iceland’s capital city, Hotel Borg offers the best in both style and comfort. Following check-in, connect with your Tour Director before a visit to the Sky Lagoon. Relax in the warm waters of the geothermal lagoon and soak off your jet lag as your gaze upon incredible views of the North Atlantic. End your day with a gourmet kickoff dinner where you will get to know your fellow travelers and taste delicious Icelandic dishes. Your group tour of Iceland has officially started!

After breakfast, join a driving tour of Iceland’s capital. Notable sights include the famous Hallgrímskirkja Church, Harpa Concert Hall and the unique Sun Voyager sculpture. Following your tour, you will have free time to experience the city on your own. End your day with a delectable dinner and a drive to view the Northern Lights, if the skies are clear that night. If they are not, don’t worry. We will have many other opportunities!

Day 3 is dedicated to Iceland’s Golden Circle, which is made up of three must-see sights: Gullfoss waterfall, Geysir geothermal area and Thingvellir National Park. Nearby, at Fridheimar, you will enjoy a beautiful show with Icelanic horses and some organic, tomato-based delicacies as well. Following your guided tour of the Golden Circle, we will drive to Landeyjahöfn harbor and board a ferry to the Westman Islands. The short 45-minute boat ride will give you a new perspective of Iceland’s south coast. When the ferry docks on the main island, Heimaey, you might even spot a brave sheep grazing on the rocky cliffs surrounding you! Enjoy a delectable dinner at Hotel Vestmannaeyjar, your cozy accommodation for the evening.

Our private tours allow travelers to explore Scandinavian destinations with programs offering a great balance between pre-arranged activities and free time to explore. When implementing one of our private programs for you, we handle all the logistics involved, including: hotels, airport transfers, transportation from city to city and all guided activities and excursions. You will not be with a Tour Director throughout the program, but you will enjoy a number of sightseeing experiences led by experienced local guides. We can work with your desired dates, provided that availability exists at the many services involved in your program. This option is ideal for travelers who enjoy traveling independently and with a higher degree of flexibility to explore each location on their own.

Technically, Scandinavia refers primarily to Norway, Denmark and Sweden. When thinking of Nordic Countries, add to the list Finland and Iceland as well. Discover Scandinavia Tours can take you to any location in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Iceland. Currently we also offer extensions in Estonia, which is of particularly convenient access when visiting Finland, given that Tallinn – Estonia’s beautiful capital – can be reached by a short ferry ride from Helsinki.

Simple: just call us at  800-936-2814  and talk to one of our Scandinavia specialists. Alternatively, you can email us at [email protected]

If you are interested in a group tour, you can book any departure as long as there are seats available (but remember: we have a maximum of 12 seats per departure, so booking early is recommendable). If you want a private tour, you can book as far as 2 years in advance. For last-minute travelers, please keep in mind that we need a minimum of 30 days to implement a private program.

With our group tours of Scandinavia you can choose from a number of fixed departures throughout the year. If you need more flexible dates, our private tours allow us to work with any dates you have in mind, provided that we find adequate availability at all hotels and other services included in your particular program.

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In short, you can typically view the Northern Lights between September and March. But if you really want a memorable Northern Lights vacation, we created an entire blog post dedicated to this question, which you can read  RIGHT HERE.

You most certainly can! Just email us ( [email protected] ) or call us ( 800-936-2814 ) and we will start your dream Scandinavian vacation with a free consultation.

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Have you always been intrigued by Scandinavia? Once the home of Vikings, it is now renowned for its sleek design, hygge and fika lifestyle, and jaw-dropping natural scenery. There’s much to be inspired by!

If you’re looking for a real adventure with a dash of sophistication, set your sights on a tour of the Scandinavian countries .

What countries make up Scandinavia? First things first, Norway , Sweden and Denmark are the 3 kingdoms that compose the region. Nowadays a looser interpretation is closer to the Nordic region, also including  Finland and Iceland .

You’ll find that some tours also include famed Baltic cities, like Tallinn in Estonia, for an even grander itinerary.

The best thing about exploring Scandinavia is that the possibilities are endless. You could cruise the fjords, see polar bears in the wild, and go cross-country skiing or hiking high into the mountains.

Not sure where to start? We’ve put together this handy guide to help you plan your dream Scandinavian getaway, whether you’re looking for summer fun, an Arctic experience, or a city getaway.

  • Start planning your adventure with one of these Scandinavian tour packages

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  • Tour the Scandinavian capitals
  • Cruise around Scandinavia and the Baltics
  • Head into the Arctic Circle in winter
  • Take the wheel of a Scandinavian road trip
  • Chase the northern lights in Scandinavia
  • Explore Norway onboard iconic train journeys
  • Go on a Havila or Hurtigruten cruise

1. Tour the Scandinavian capitals

Best Scandinavian tour for:  a city break and taste of each country.

A tour of Scandinavia’s capital cities is ideal for those craving some cosmopolitan glamour,  hygge  and fika , and stellar historical attractions. 

Between planning for Sweden, Denmark and Norway, you could spend lots of time trying to sort logistics to get from place to place. Instead we suggest a guided tour of Scandinavia, with a pre-arranged itinerary covering the must-see attractions and a tour leader so you can soak in all the local history.

Travel this way and you'll benefit from meeting like-minded travellers. You'll also have the peace of mind that your accommodation, transport, activities, and some meals are included in your tour. 

  • Check out these guided small group tours of Scandinavia
  • Related:  7 brilliant reasons to go on a European group tour

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What is the best itinerary for a tour of the Scandinavian capitals?

Day 1:  Start in Sweden's capital, Stockholm, and explore the city centre. Why not wander along the shopping street Drottninggatan and dine in the district of Östermalm?

Day 2:  Today, explore Stockholm’s Old Town (Gamla Stan) and find your way through the colourful buildings to the Royal Palace, the Stockholm Cathedral and the Nobel Museum.

Day 3:  Next, board a train to Denmark's capital, Copenhagen. This is an easy half-day ride across the forests and fields of Sweden. You’ll arrive with enough time in the afternoon to enjoy visiting attractions like the Amalienborg Palace.

Day 4:  Get to grips with Copenhagen’s charms on a tour with a local guide. You'll check out the  Tivoli Gardens amusement park and go on a canal cruise to the impressive Christiansborg Palace. If you’re a foodie, don't miss a stop at the Torvehallerne food market.

Day 5:  Spend your morning in Copenhagen enjoying the photogenic Nyhavn harbour, then head over to snap a pic of the fairytale heroine and icon of the city: The Little Mermaid. Later, board your ship as you’re off to Oslo, Norway's capital.

  • Visit the capital cities with one of these Scandinavian Triangle packages
  • Related:  Ultimate Scandinavia guide – The best times and places to visit

Day 6: Once in Oslo , tour the top attractions like the Royal Palace and Akershus fortress . 

Day 7:  A week in, and you should be ready for what is considered to be one of the best train journeys in the world: Oslo to Flåm. Along the Flåm Railway , you will be taken through Norway’s mountainous region.

Day 8:  From Flåm , you will bear witness to the majesty of Norway’s fjords by sailing along Aurlandsfjord and Nærøyfjord , the narrowest fjord in the world. In the evening, hop on a train to Bergen.

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Day 9:  Whilst Bergen is not as famous as the capitals of this list, it is a stunning city worth the detour. It makes for a perfect day of exploring thanks to its mountainous surroundings and UNESCO-listed medieval wharf, Bryggen .

Day 10:  Explore more of Bergen before flying home. You could take the funicular railway to Mount Fløyen for an incredible view of Bergen’s surrounding fjords, and then maybe take in the bustling Fish Market.

2. Cruise around Scandinavia and the Baltics

Best Scandinavian tour for:  a multi-country cruise adventure and taste of the Baltics.

The Baltic Sea is inextricably tied to Scandinavia, and some of the most magnificent cities in Northern Europe perch on its shores. Enjoy the grand Baltic capitals of Helsinki and Tallinn, before seeing the dramatic beauty of Norway, Sweden and Denmark by train and ferry.

This kind of itinerary is ideal for anyone curious to see both the eastern and western sides of Scandinavia. Make this journey on your own, to enjoy extra free time, or join an escorted tour of the region to see the sights from a local's point of view.

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What is the best itinerary for a tour of Scandinavia and the Baltics?

Day 1:  Start in Finland’s lovely Helsinki, and explore the city solo. Go to the Helsinki Design District for some stylish shopping, and then try contemporary Scandinavian-Finnish cuisine at one of the many restaurants.

Day 2:  Tour Helsinki’s many attractions today, such as Senate Square, Uspenski Cathedral and Finlandia Hall. Don't miss the Kauppatori central market for souvenirs and fresh food.

Day 3:  Board a ferry to Estonia’s gorgeous capital city, Tallinn. Take in the UNESCO-listed Old Town before strolling to the Upper Town (Toompea). Here you can visit Toompea Castle and the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral.

Day 4:  Make the most of your morning in Tallinn by wandering through the Russian-influenced Kadriorg district. Later, board an overnight cruise to Stockholm. Sweden is up next!

  • Related:  A little something about Tallinn

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Day 5:  When you wake up, you’ll be sailing through the 24,000 islands and islets that make up the Stockholm archipelago. By mid-morning you’ll be in the city, where you can relax or have a day of exploration.

Day 6:  Dive into Stockholm’s contemporary side and historic district for a full glance at the city. Incorporate a side-trip to Djurgården to see the extraordinary Vasa Museum.

Day 7:  Hop on a train from Stockholm to Copenhagen and enjoy the southern landscapes of Sweden on your way. On arrival, check out the palaces and canals of the Danish capital.

Day 8:  Discover Copenhagen’s romantic Rosenborg Castle and colourful Botanical Garden. With a whole day to sightsee, you can probably fit in an afternoon trip to Christiansborg Palace.

Day 9:  Catch sight of The Little Mermaid poking her head above Copenhagen’s shores and spend a little more time wandering along Nyhavn harbour. At the end of the day, leave behind the fairy tales of Denmark and set sail for the home of Norse legends, Norway.

Day 10:  Step onto Oslo’s cobbled streets for your first taste of Norwegian culture and history. Explore Akershus fortress and the fascinating Vigeland Sculpture Park .

  • Learn more on one of these culture and history tours in Scandinavia
  • Related: Best cities in Scandinavia to visit

Day 11:  A trip to Norway isn't complete without a look at its lofty interior: Norway’s mountainous "rooftop". Board the train from Oslo to Flåm, and see quaint villages like Gol and Geilo along the way.

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Day 12:  From Flåm you can travel on a boat tour, where you will be treated to the wonderful fjord scenery of the Aurlandsfjord and the UNESCO-protected Nærøyfjord. Then board a train for Bergen.

Day 13:  Bergen, also known as the "Gateway to the Fjords", has a medieval city core you can explore called Bryggen. This is a perfect window into the city’s past, and if you have time, you could also visit the Fantoft Stave Church.

Day 14:  Your Scandinavian and Baltic break is now done. Spend your morning relaxing in Bergen before flying home.

3. Head into the Arctic Circle in winter

Best Scandinavian tour for:  a memorable winter getaway and Arctic adventure.

The Arctic Circle is a land of wonder – home to polar bears, reindeer, sled dogs, killer whales, the northern lights and even Santa Claus. Especially in Northern Norway, the landscape is magical during the winter... like Narnia brought to life.

This itinerary is for you if you’ve always dreamed of following in the footsteps of famed explorers. It's also ideal if you're keen to hop on the back of a dog sled and race through the snow under the changing colours of the aurora borealis.

  • Visit Northern Norway or explore these  winter tour packages of Scandinavia
  • Related:  Scandinavia in winter – What to do & where to go

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What is the best itinerary for a winter tour of the Arctic Circle?

Day 1:  Oslo is your first stop. Explore some of the cultural highlights, such as the Norske Folkemuseum, before departing for the northern fjords.

Day 2: After a city break in Oslo, you're now flying   up to pretty  Tromsø , considered the capital of Arctic Norway. Keep your eyes peeled on the sky as Tromsø is prime northern lights spotting territory!

Day 3:  Explore Tromsø and see attractions like the Polar Museum and the Arctic Cathedral. Or take the Fjellheisen cable car to Mount Storsteinen for sweeping views of the scenery. In the evening, hop aboard a cruise ship bound for Kirkenes .

Day 4:  On this cruise, you’ll head for the North Cape (Nordkapp) , famed for its landscape and wildlife. You could have the chance to see whales, dolphins and the aurora borealis all from the deck of the ship.

Day 5:  At Kirkenes, deep in the Arctic Circle, you can spend a night in the incredible Kirkenes SnowHotel . Whilst here, book a snowmobile safari and learn about the traditions of the native Sami people.

Day 6:  Wake up with a warming stint in the sauna before embracing more of the winter sports on offer here, such as cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and dog sledding.

Day 7:  Enjoy the last of the beautiful winter light and landscapes before heading home.

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4. Take the wheel of a Scandinavian road trip

Best Scandinavian tour for:  exploring at a slower pace and stopping when and where you want to.

Road trips are one of the best ways to get to know a country or region. If you really want to experience the beauty of Scandinavia at your own pace, there are few better ways than hitting the open road.

With this self-drive itinerary, you can take your time and make the most of the incredible scenery of Sweden, Denmark and Norway. All that while taking advantage of parking the car as you wish to tour the towns of Scandinavia on foot.

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Day 1:  Kick off your tour in Stockholm by strolling around the Södermalm neighbourhood of Sweden’s capital, where you can shop and dine in style.

Day 2:  Spend another day exploring Stockholm. Sightsee around the Old Town and Djurgården, where many of the city’s finest museums are located.

Day 3:  Pick up your car and head north to Borlänge. On the way, stop off at Enköping, where you can see Grönsö Castle and some rock carvings from the Viking age. Driving distance: 230 kilometres (143 miles).

Day 4:  Before departing Borlänge, make time for the fascinating Gammelgården open-air museum. Then drive through the mountains towards the Norwegian border, to the UNESCO-listed town of Røros . Driving distance: 415  kilometres  (258 miles).

Day 5:  Today, drive to Lom, passing through 2 national parks, Dovrefjell and Rondane. Later, take advantage of the outdoor activities in the  Jotunheimen National Park . Driving distance: 315  kilometres  (196 miles).

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Day 6:  There are a few different routes from Lom to the Sogndal region: the Sognefjell route, the Strynefjell route and the Geiranger route. All offer breathtaking scenery of the fjords, so you just have to choose your favourite route. Driving distance: 135 kilometres (84 miles), 290 kilometres (180 miles) and 340 kilometres (211 miles), respectively.

Day 7:  Drive from Sogndal to Bergen, "the fjord capital", and see quaint fishing villages like Aurland and Flåm on your way. Driving distance: 240  kilometres  (149 miles).

Day 8:  Spend some time exploring Bergen’s historical treasures, such as the medieval Bryggen. Then drive east passing through Hardangervidda National Park before stopping in Geilo.  Driving distance: 240  kilometres  (149 miles).

Day 9:  From Geilo, wind your way through the Hallingdal Valley to Oslo. Once in the Norway capital, explore attractions like the Oslo Opera House.  Driving distance: 240  kilometres  (149 miles).

Day 10:  After a morning in Oslo, cross back into Sweden and drive along the Göta älv River to Gothenburg. Don’t forget to see the Bohus Fortress, set just north of the city. Driving distance: 325  kilometres  (202 miles).

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Day 11:  Today, you’ll drive south to Copenhagen, the Danish capital. In Sweden's pretty Helsingborg, you can take a 20-minute ferry to Helsingør in Denmark. On the way to Copenhagen, drop by Kronborg Castle, the home of Shakespeare's Hamlet . Driving distance: 270  kilometres  (168 miles).

Day 12:  You have the full day to explore the highlights of royal Copenhagen.

Day 13:  After final goodbyes to Denmark, drive over the Öresund Bridge back to Sweden. Keep an eye out for Glimmingehus, a medieval manor, and the Stenshuvud National Park.  Driving distance: 300  kilometres  (186 miles).

Day 14:  Explore the Kingdom of Crystal (Glasriket) , known for its famous glassworks, and pick up a souvenir. Then, stop in Linköping to visit the Old Linköping open-air museum for an insight into the region’s past. Driving distance: 225  kilometres  (140 miles).

Day 15:  Head back to Stockholm by way of the quaint seaside town of Trosa, which is home to the 18th-century Tullgarn Castle. Driving distance: 200  kilometres  (124 miles).

Day 16:  On your last day, return the car and enjoy your last few hours in Stockholm before you depart.

5. Chase the northern lights in Scandinavia

Best Scandinavian tour for:  a winter adventure and witnessing the auroras.

If seeing the northern lights is on your bucket list, Northern Norway is for you. It is an ideal destination for glimpsing the aurora borealis as they illuminate the night sky.

Northern Scandinavia is also the place to discover incredible Arctic wildlife, experience a stay in a snow hotel, enjoy winter sports and meet the native Sami people that call this part of the world home.

You can live out your wildest winter wonderland fantasies here. For a tour like this, we recommend you plan for at least 5-7 days to give you ample time to catch the mythical northern lights before you depart.

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What is the best itinerary for a northern lights tour in Scandinavia?

Day 1:  Arrive in Tromsø, the “Capital of the North”. Set within the Arctic Circle, you're in for a true northern experience. In the evening, go on a guided tour into the wilderness, where you will hear about the local Sami folklore and hopefully see the blush of the aurora borealis.

Day 2: Spend the day taking   full advantage of your Arctic location and go on a dog sled tour through the pristine snowscapes of Tromsø.

Day 3:  Save this day for touring Tromsø itself. Duck into attractions like the Polar Museum and the Art Museum of Northern Norway. If you want more action, go cross-country skiing, ice fishing or take a cable car up to Mount Storsteinen.

Day 4:  If dog sledding kicked up the adrenalin, then you’ll be blown away by a private tour snowmobiling through the Arctic wilderness. A guide will lead you safely through some of the area’s most spectacular spots.

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Day 5:  Relax in the morning, because tonight you're going on an evening cruise. This is a stellar opportunity to see the small villages that decorate the surrounding fjords and catch sight of a northern lights show.

Day 6:  Soak in the crisp air and Arctic tranquillity before heading home.

6. Explore Norway onboard iconic train journeys

Best Scandinavian tour for:  a taste of everything and enjoying the view from the window.

Go back to another time, when hopping on a train was the only way to travel. Crossing a country by rail is undeniably romantic, and Norway happens to be home to the Flåm Railway, considered to be one of the most beautiful train journeys in the world.

If you love the idea of watching the scenery of Norway unfold before you from a train window, but would like to also experience sailing along the Norwegian fjords, then this tour was made for you.

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What is the best itinerary for a train tour of Norway?

Day 1:  Get excited for your tour of Norway, starting off in Oslo. Spend some time exploring some of its best attractions, like the Munch Museum and Aker Brygge .

Day 2:  One day in Oslo is not quite enough to cross off all of the capital’s stunning sights. If you missed them the day before, go see the beautiful Vigeland Sculpture Park or the Royal Palace.

Day 3:  Today your train tour kicks off in earnest: hop on the Norway in a Nutshell® train journey towards Bergen. Along the way, you'll be taken over the mountainous “rooftop” of Norway. Once you get to Myrdal, switch to the  Flåm Railway for the remarkable ride to Flåm.

Day 4:  Take this day to explore Flåm and its surroundings. You could enjoy a fjord safari or kayaking tour.

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Day 5:  The highlight today is a short cruise through two of the most breathtaking fjords of Norway: Aurlandsfjord and the UNESCO-listed  Nærøyfjord . Then hop on another train to Bergen.

Day 6:  Tour Bergen, starting in Bryggen, its medieval centre, and then heading up Mount Fløyen on the Fløibanen funicular , for jaw-dropping views of the city.

Day 7:  Your week-long Norwegian adventure is now over. Time to depart Bergen for home, and make all your friends jealous with your photos.

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7. Go on a Havila or Hurtigruten cruise

Best Scandinavian tour for:  seeing the fjords and taking in the sea air.

We could not, in all good conscience, write a list of the best Scandinavian tours without covering a cruise along the Norwegian coast and into the fjords of Norway. If you’re looking for a guided tour in Scandinavia, you can’t do much better.

On this classic itinerary, you would spend about 10 days bobbing along the undulating coastline of Norway, past sites such as Sognefjord , the Seven Sisters and the Bridal Veil . Best of all, you can hop on and off and experience treasures on shore like the city of Ålesund .

Oh, and did we mention there's train travel as well? That's right, on this route you also enjoy a trip on the wondrous Flåm Railway.

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What is the best itinerary for a tour of the Norwegian fjords?

Day 1:  Arrive in Oslo and enjoy a walking tour of the city, covering the Royal Palace, Akershus fortress, Oslo City Hall and the Oslo Opera House .

Day 2:  In the morning, hop on a train to  Trondheim , which takes you over the Dovre mountain plateau. When you arrive, don't miss the Nidaros Cathedral and the Ringve Museum and botanical garden.

Day 3:  Embrace the maritime pastime of Norway by setting sail along the scenic Trondheim Fjord. You’ll pass Hitra Island, Kristiansund and Molde , before docking in the historic city of Ålesund.

Day 4:  Take some time to explore Ålesund  and discover its Art Nouveau architecture. You could pop by the Atlantic Sea Park and the Fjellstua mountain viewpoint.

Day 5:  On this day, the fjords truly take centre stage. As you sail towards Geirangerfjord , you’ll be able to see the soaring mountains and dramatic waterfalls of the region, including the famed Seven Sisters and Bridal Veil. In the evening, return to Ålesund.

Day 6:  From Ålesund, head down to Bergen. You can spend time by the old wharf of Bryggen, an important heritage site in the city.

Day 7:  You have another day in Bergen. Head to the Edvard Grieg Museum or take in the spectacular panoramic views from Mount Fløyen.

Day 8:  Depart from Bergen travelling all the way to Voss. Then you'll embark on a short fjord cruise to Flåm, and see the UNESCO-listed Nærøyfjord, the narrowest fjord in all of Europe.

Day 9:  In Flåm you can explore and hike around the village. Later, you'll take on the glorious Flåm Railway trip, a 900-metre (3,000 feet), picture-perfect ride up to Myrdal Station. Here, you’ll change trains, and be taken over the magnificent mountainous terrain of Norway, all the way to Oslo.

Day 10:  You’ve arrived, and there’s nothing more to do except enjoy a Norwegian smørrebrød  (an open-faced sandwich invented by the Danes) before departing for home.

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Which of these trips would you choose? Found one that inspires you?

Remember these are just some of the possibilities to travel across Scandinavia. And if you’re not sure where to start, browse our Scandinavia tour packages . They are tried-and-tested routes crafted by local experts based in Stockholm, Sweden.

You could also get in touch with the experts and ask for their advice. They can tailor an itinerary to fit your interests and preferences.

When you book with Nordic Visitor, you’re in good hands. We plan your route and arrange your accommodation, transportation and activities, all before you arrive. That means you can relax and focus on enjoying your adventure!

Get in touch with Nordic Visitor  when you’re ready to start planning your Scandinavian escape.

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Greg Perkins is from Edinburgh, Scotland, but he adopted Iceland as his second country when Scotland (typically) managed not to qualify for football's Euro 2016 tournament. His passions include travel, English literature, and board games. Among his top travel experiences are sailing along Geirangerfjord with classically trained singers providing the soundtrack, seeing Sólheimajökull glacier up close in South Iceland, and witnessing the unspoiled beauty of New Zealand's Doubtful Sound fjord.

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‘Mumbai to Mumbai Tour’ guests will report at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, Mumbai as per the scheduled flight departure time and proceed to Copenhagen – the Danish capital known for its fairy-tale flair over the centuries. Upon arrival, Veena World Tour Manager will guide all guests for airport formalities and proceed to the city. Joining and Leaving tour guests will join the group on their own at the designated place or hotel. Today evening, we visit Tivoli Gardens- located in the heart of the city. Its scenery is beautiful with exotic architecture, historic buildings and lush gardens. Note: As per the Schengen visa rule, we need to process your Schengen visa from the consulate of the country we’ll be entering first on our Europe tour or staying in for the maximum number of days. 'Joining & Leaving' guests will also have to get their visas processed from the consulate of the same country; otherwise, boarding might be denied by the airline, or even entry into that country can be banned.

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Today we enjoy Copenhagen city, we visit Christiansburg palace- a palace and government building. It is the seat of the Danish Parliament, the Danish Prime Minister's Office, and the Supreme Court of Denmark. Later in the orientation tour we see Renaissance Stock Exchange- also known as Børsbygningen, a 17th-century stock exchange in the centre of Copenhagen, followed by a famous statue of the Little Mermaid- a bronze statue by Edvard Eriksen, depicting a mermaid becoming human. Later we embark on an overnight cruise to Oslo.

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Today morning we arrive at Oslo – capital of Norway, a cosmopolitan city with an abundance of world-class architecture and museums. Upon arrival we explore Oslo city, we visit Vigeland Sculpture Park- the largest sculpture park in the world by a single artist, boasting over 200 pieces by Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland, Holmenkollen Ski Museum and its observation deck - World's oldest ski museum, it represents more than 4,000 years of skiing history, Norwegian polar exploration artefacts and an exhibition on snowboarding and modern skiing. The observation deck on top of the jump tower offers panoramic views of Oslo, Kon Tiki Museum- It houses vessels and maps from the Kon-Tiki expedition. Later we take a photo stop at Opera House- home of the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet, and the national opera theatre in Norway.

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Today we travel on the scenic route to Geilo – Upon arrival we have free time to relax and explore the surroundings.

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Today we experience the essence of Norway through Norway in a nutshell tour. In the morning we take a train from Geilo to Myrdal- Myrdal is a mountain railway station and junction, located on the Bergen Line. It is also the upper terminal of the Flåm Line local railway. From Myrdal we change our train and proceed to Flam- one of the most beautiful train journeys in the world. This train will take us through some of the most beautiful mountain scenery, valleys and countless waterfalls. Later we proceed to Gudvangen by ferry and visit Sogne Fjord - King of the Fjords, is the largest and deepest fjord in Norway. Further we proceed to Bergen – known as the city with seven mountains. Upon arrival we explore Bergen city, we travel by a Funicular Tram ride to Mt. Floyen and enjoy the panoramic views of the Bergen city from the top.

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Today we fly to Stockholm – the capital of Sweden combines modern attractions with historic charm. Upon arrival we visit Sky View Globe Arenas - world’s largest spherical building. From here we enjoy an amazing view of Stockholm city.

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Today we explore Stockholm city, we visit Magnificent Town Hall- the building of Municipal Council which houses offices, conference rooms, ceremonial halls, and luxury restaurants, Royal Palace- the official residence of His Majesty the King of Sweden, with over 600 rooms. The palace dates back to the 18th century and is one of the most interesting historic buildings in Stockholm, Vasa Ship museum- Vasa is the only preserved seventeenth-century ship in the world and a unique art treasure. More than 95 percent of the ship is original, and it is decorated with hundreds of carved sculptures, Ice Bar- a magical fairy tale adventure with the wondrous surroundings of snow and ice. In the evening we embark on an overnight cruise to Helsinki – the capital city of Finland well known for its innovative art, culture and architecture.

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Helsinki – Tallinn – Helsinki (1 Night)

Today we enjoy Helsinki City, during the city orientation tour we see Modern Finlandia Hall- a dynamic, multipurpose venue located in the centre of Helsinki, City Hall- a central administrative building of Helsinki, Parliament House- the official location of the governing body of Finland, Presidential Palace- the official residence of the President, although today it is used primarily for presidential functions and receptions, the Monumental railroad station- one of the most visited site in the city, Lutheran Cathedral- the symbol of Helsinki. The church was originally built from 1830-1852 as a tribute to the Grand Duke of Finland, Olympic Stadium- built in 1938. Olympic Games were held here in 1952. Today it hosts both national and international sporting events and outdoor concerts, Sibelius monument- dedicated to the Finnish composer Jean Sibelius, Market Square- the most famous market in Finland, it has been a center of trade for hundreds of years. Later we proceed to Tallinn - capital city of Estonia by ferry. Upon arrival we explore Tallinn city, we visit the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral- a Russian Orthodox Church. Later we walk through the city and see Toompea Hill- a limestone hill in the central part of the city. Today Toompea is the centre of the Government of Estonia and the parliament house, Old Town- a UNESCO World Heritage Site and world’s most recognised landmarks, Parliament building- also known as Toompea Castle, it was built in 13th century. Today the castle is home to Estonian parliament, Dome church- also known as St. Mary's Cathedral, is the oldest church in Tallinn and Estonia, 15th century Luhike Jalg Gate- also known as the walls around Tallinn city. Later we return back to Helsinki.

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It’s time now to say goodbye, Phir Milenge! Let’s stay in touch with each other through email, phone, WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram, etc. and meet again on yet another memorable Veena World tour. See you all! ‘Mumbai to Mumbai’ tour guests will proceed to the airport as per their scheduled group flight departure time and start their journey back home. 'Joining & Leaving' tour guests will proceed on their own to their scheduled departure destination, like an airport, railway station, bus terminal, or cruise terminal. Tour concludes. Please note: Airline: On group tours, we generally fly well-reputed airlines that are group-friendly. During your air travel, refreshments and meals are provided as per the airline policy. However, we recommend you carry dry snacks of your choice for the flight journey. Transport: For transfers and sightseeing, we use mini coaches, big coaches, or small vans, depending on the respective tour group size. If you wish to have a separate vehicle solely for yourself or your family, it can be arranged at an additional cost, subject to availability. Sightseeing attractions: Given the current dynamic situation, some monuments or sightseeing places may be closed temporarily without any prior notice; in such cases, every attempt will be made to visit an alternate sightseeing place if possible. Hotels: The hotels on tour are comfortable and have been appreciated by Veena World’s guests in the past. The category of hotels on international tours is a mix of three-star, three-star superior, and basic four-star. Meals: On tour, we provide all meals, from day one to the last day, as mentioned in the itinerary. Breakfasts are generally continental on European tours, whereas, lunches and dinners are Indian OR Indian along with a local dish OR local cuisine, OR at times fast food meals from Subway, McDonald’s, etc., depending on the convenience and ease of execution of the itinerary or the availability of food at the respective destination. Visa: Veena World takes maximum tourists from India to Europe through group tours, customised holidays and corporate tours (MICE). Every month Veena World Visa Facilitation Team of 80+ members assists thousands of our guests for visa documentation, visa application and submission to VAC/VFS/ consulate, collection of passports from the VAC/VFS/ consulate on guest’s behalf when applicable.However, all guests should be aware of the fact that ‘issuance or granting of visa to any guest’ is at the sole discretion of respective country’s consulates/embassy. Veena World does not play any role in the actual granting of the visa. Veena World cannot be held responsible for delay or rejection of the visa by the respective consulate. In the rare event of a visa delay or rejection, cancellation charges will apply as per the policy. We request all our guests to start the visa application process well in advance or immediately after the tour booking.

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Note: Flight details are tentative only. The airline, departure, arrival times and routing may change. Hotel details are tentative only. The hotel or place of accommodation may change.

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  • To and fro economy class air travel for ‘Mumbai to Mumbai Tour’ guests as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Airfare, Airport taxes and Visa Fees
  • Baggage Allowance as per the airline policy
  • Tour Manager Services throughout the tour
  • Travel by comfortable A/C coach as per the tour itinerary
  • Entrance fees of all sightseeing places to be visited from inside
  • Accommodation in comfortable and convenient hotels on twin sharing basis
  • All Meals – Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner (set menu) as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All Tips – Guide, Driver & Restaurants
  • Cost of internal airfare as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Complimentary insurance up to 60 years of age
  • Govt. Tax of 5% over and above the Tour Cost mentioned
  • Tax collected at source (TCS) applicable at 5% on tour price if PAN & Aadhaar is provided else it will be 10% of tour price
  • Any increase in Airfare, Visa fees, Airport taxes, Govt. Taxes, Fuel Surcharges and any applicability of new taxes from Govt.
  • Any up gradation in Airline class or hotel room category
  • Cost of Air ticket deviation charges
  • Any Increase in the rate of exchange leading to an increase in all land arrangements which may come in to effect prior to departure
  • Cost of pre or post tour hotel accommodation
  • Any extra expense such as route change, Airline change, Date change, Accommodation facilities, etc incurred due to the unforeseen, unavoidable forced majeure circumstances during the tour
  • Cost of insurance for 61years and above
  • Porterage, laundry, telephone charges, shopping, wines & alcoholic beverages, items of personal nature and food or drink which is not part of a set group menu
  • Any extra cost incurred on behalf of an individual due to illness, accident, hospitalisation, or any personal emergency
  • Any services or activity charges other than those included in the group tour itinerary
  • To and fro Air fare, Airport transfers, insurance, visa fees to join/leave the group for joining and leaving guests
  • Anything specifically not mentioned in the ‘tour price includes’ column
  • As everyone is becoming a frequent traveller now, we suggest that you make your own travel accessories kit to ensure a stress free holiday.
  • Always make sure to carry less and light luggage, use a four wheel small or medium suitcase and please make sure that you are carrying only one suitcase per person. This will ensure that you will travel smartly and without any inconveniences.
  • It is also recommended that you have one cross shoulder bag or haversack for your handy needs which will ensure that you are comfortable at the time of sightseeing and also easy for photography during your tour.
  • A smart cap/hat and sunglasses are definitely something that you should have in your kit.
  • Though Veena World provides all three meals, that is breakfast, lunch, dinner and Veena World treats as per the itinerary, you can carry dry snacks of your choice in small sealed packets for munching during air travel or road journeys.
  • If you are travelling during the monsoon or to destinations where it is rainy, please carry a small umbrella or poncho.
  • For international tours, please carry a universal adapter for charging your cameras and mobile phones.
  • Ensure that your clothing and footwear is suitable for the destination you are travelling to.

Things to consider before the trip!

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Air Travel:

  • Mumbai - Bergen//Helsinki - Mumbai We use combination of Airlines like Turkish Airline / Qatar Airways/ Scandinavian Airways etc.

Coach Tavel

  • A/C coach - Seating capacity depends upon group size

Documents Required for Travel

  • Original passport with minimum 6 months validity from the date of tour arrival along with sufficient blank pages for the stamping of visa
  • A valid Tourist Visa for the duration of the tour
  • For all Schengen countries passport validity should not exceed more than 10 years
  • Handwritten passport is not acceptable

Cancellation Policy & Payment Terms

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Payment Terms

Guest can pay by Cheque/ Demand Draft/ Debit card / Credit card/ NEFT/ RTGS/ IMPS. For Debit / Credit card payment additional 1.8 % convenience charge will be applicable Cheque / Demand draft should be in favour of "Veena Patil Hospitality Pvt ltd"

  • All meals are provided by Veena World in case the flight reaches the stipulated destination early morning or leaves destination late in the evening.
  • Standard Check-in and check-out time of International hotels is usually 1500hrs and 1200hrs respectively.
  • Guests may please note that for Domestic flights or internal flights from one city to another city on international tours, the baggage allowance will be as per the respective airline baggage policy and weight regulations. Guests are requested to pack their belongings and carry luggage in accordance to the respective airlines baggage allowance. Excess baggage (if any) will be chargeable as per the airline policy and the same has to be borne by the guest.

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Sam Burns back in action after birth of son Bear

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The baby watch is over – no, not that one.

World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler is notably absent from the field this week at the Wells Fargo Championship, staying at home with wife Meredith in anticipation of the birth of their first child. But one new dad is back inside the ropes this week at Quail Hollow: Sam Burns.

Burns played a nine-hole pro-am Wednesday morning in the Queen City and confirmed the arrival of his son, Bear, on April 22. The baby arrived shortly after Burns wrapped up a T44 finish at the RBC Heritage, and he shared that the unique name was (mostly) his idea.

“It was one area where I had some say,” Burns joked. “But we both like the name. We wanted to do something a little different.”

Both the baby and Burns’ wife, Caroline, are doing well and resting at home. It’s been an adjustment for Burns that any new parent can attest to – particularly with learning the ever-changing sleep patterns of a newborn.

“I’ve been getting a couple hours here or there, but it’s for sure been an adjustment,” Burns said. “It’s been great but there have definitely been a few mornings where I woke up pretty tired.”

It’s back to work this week for Burns, who might have an opportunity to catch up on his sleep this week while on the road. He shared that he didn’t do much practicing in the days immediately following the birth but got a club back in his hand leading into this week’s start.

Burns will look to get things turned around this week, as his form has cooled since a run of four straight top-10s earlier this year. A T30 finish at Bay Hill remains his best result of his last five starts.

The five-time TOUR winner is priced in the middle of the pack at this week’s no-cut event, listed at +5000 at BetMGM Sportsbook alongside Harris English and Shane Lowry. Those prices might be impacted by his rough course history here: Burns missed the cut last year and withdrew in 2019 after an opening-round 77. The only time he played all four rounds here came back in 2018, when he finished T55.

But bettors and fantasy users can rest easy (and roster accordingly) knowing that there is no longer a risk that Burns might withdraw mid-tournament to attend the baby’s birth, which was a factor he spoke about during tournament starts last month. His focus this week will be on the course – even if he tries to sneak in a nap or two between rounds.

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The Deeper Meaning Behind Meghan Markle’s Embrace of Her Former Royal Wardrobe

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When Meghan Markle made her first appearance in Nigeria on her three-day trip to the country with Prince Harry, she did so in a peach Heidi Merrill sundress that she’s owned for six years. Although the Duchess didn’t publicize the brand, blogs like “What Meghan Wore” almost immediately traced it back to the sustainable California designer’s 2018 collection. The name of the product felt a little tongue-in-cheek. It was called the “Windsor Dress”—the very name of the royal house that Harry and Meghan abruptly departed in 2020 .

There was likely no sartorial shade intended: In 2018, when the dress was likely purchased, Meghan was a key part of the Windsor fold. And over the past few days, the Sussexes have very much acted like they’re still working members of the family. Their visit to Nigeria, which is meant to raise awareness for mental health as well as the Invictus Games, feels similar to the working tours they once took on behalf of Queen Elizabeth. The Duke met with injured service members. The Duchess co-hosted a panel for Women in Leadership alongside the Director General of the World Trade Organization. They both attended a reception hosted by the chief of defense staff in honor of military families.

The whole thing felt like a throwback to five years ago. As did her wardrobe: Markle re-wore a number of pieces that she’d previously sported for high-profile public appearances in the past. There she was, in the bright yellow Carolina Herrera dress that she announced her pregnancy with Lilibet in 2021. The next day, she had on a white Altuzarra pantsuit she first wore during an official visit to Australia in 2018. During that aforementioned military reception, she wore a white St. Agni dress and a diamond cross necklace that once belonged to Princess Diana.

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On the surface level, these are practical choices. When going on a de-facto royal tour, it makes sense to re-wear the (very expensive) investment clothing one purchased for previous ones. However, on a deeper level—from the “Windsor” dress to the demure Carolina Herrera—Markle is certainly evoking her days as a working, full-fledged royal through her clothing.

Whether or not that is intentional remains to be seen. But it’s not a bad idea. For all the criticism that has swirled the Sussexes, none of it has ever been about their ability to represent themselves abroad: their international appearances as working royals attracted crowds in the tens of thousands and an avalanche of positive press. When Harry reflected on their 2018 tour of Australia on Oprah Winfrey, he said how “effortless it was for Meghan to come into the family so quickly in Australia and across New Zealand, Fiji, and Tonga, and just be able to connect with people.”

“She was welcomed into the family not just by the family, but by the world,” he added.

In fact, the Nigeria visit is a reminder of what the royals lost: a diverse couple that can connect with a tremendous amount of people of all ages, countries, and ethnicities. During her women in leadership event, Meghan powerfully opened up about the recent discovery that she is 43 percent Nigerian to Director-General of the W.T.O Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala. “Being African-American, part of it is really not knowing so much about your lineage or background, where you come from specifically,” she said. “It’s been really eye-opening and humbling to be able to know more about my heritage and to be able to know, this is just the beginning of that discovery.” The room broke into applause. Meanwhile, Prince Harry—a veteran himself—visited injured soldiers Reference Hospital in Kaduna. He cracked jokes and made small talk about football matches, while also encouraging them to participate in the Invictus Games (his bi-annual tournament for wounded service people.) “You are going to get better, get back on your feet,” he told one.

Such positive and meaningful interactions are no doubt good for Meghan and Harry, who have recently struggled in the court of public opinion. In June 2023, after their rumored 200 million dollar Spotify deal fell through, many wondered what exactly their future was if they couldn't continue talking about their experience with the British monarchy.

Nigeria, as well as the recent announcement of two new Netflix projects, suggests a turnaround: even though the Sussexes can’t go back to the royal family, they can go back to basics of helping people. And Meghan’s return to the wardrobe she crafted in that era clothing feels like a sartorial symbol of that shift.

However, that’s not to say they want to go back in time. Markle paired a Johanna Ortiz dress with a pair of Heidi Callier sunglasses called “The Expat.” If one wanted to over-analyze that, here’s what they’d conclude: California is suiting them just fine.

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Take a tour of New York City's Little Thailand, where Thai culture is thriving

NEW YORK -- A Thai community is thriving along Woodside Avenue in Elmhurst, Queens.

Queens' Thai community is "like a family"

P'Noi has run Thai Thai grocery in Elmhurst for 14 years. She welcomes Thai and international customers alike, guiding them through aisles of imported ingredients.

"I say, 'What you want to cook, just let me know,'" she said.

Her shop sits in the heart of Little Thailand. P'Noi fills a bulletin board with photos from Thai cultural events in the neighborhood.

"We are like a family," she said.

Among Woodside Avenue's Thai businesses are numerous eateries, including Zaab Zaab, which specializes in Isan cuisine from Northeast Thailand.

"We present the real way, the authentic way," co-owner Pei Wei said.

Dishes include Pla Takai, whole striped bass fried with lemongrass and garlic. Sticky rice and bundles of fresh Thai herbs help temper the fiery broths and curries.

"It's home cooking," co-owner Bryan Chunton said.

"Little Thailand is for people from around the world"  

Brianna Cea was 1 year old when her family moved to the neighborhood. Today, she works with OCA Asian Pacific American Advocates and Thai Community USA. 

"It's been so cool to see just how big the community has grown," she said.

Her grandmother opened one of the first Thai hair salons in the neighborhood.

"When I go to temple, I get to meet aunties that knew her," she said.

Wat Buddha Thai Thavorn Vanaram is the Thai Buddhist temple on 46th Avenue.

"When you come here, you feel friendly," Monk P. Thawin Pukhao said. "Buddhism means we open the door to accept all of you, all the nations and all the beings."

A short walk from the temple is a stretch of Woodside Avenue co-named Little Thailand Way. Juttana Moo Nabon Rimreartwate, founder of Thai Community USA, helped secure the official designation in 2022. 

"Little Thailand is not just about New York City anymore. Little Thailand is for people from around the world," he said.

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Recently retired tennis player Camila Giorgi on the run from Italian tax authorities, per report

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This week, Italian tennis player Camila Giorgi, who achieved a ranking of No. 26 in the world, abruptly retired without a statement giving a reason why.

On Saturday, La Gazzetta dello Sporto , an Italian newspaper, reported that retirement is not a coincidence.

According to the report, The Guardia di Finanza, Italy's financial police, is looking for Giorgi and investigating her nonpayment of taxes and undeclared income.

Authorities are also investigating Giorgi's family members, including her mother, father and two brothers, all of whom are alleged to have "gaps" in their tax return filings.

Giorgi, 32, has not been seen since her retirement was announced May 7. The last time she competed in a tournament was last month at the Miami Open, where she was routed 6-1, 6-1 by Iga Swiatek in the second round.

Giorgi is already under investigation for allegedly forging her COVID-19 vaccine documentation to gain entry to the 2022 Australian Open and was scheduled to appear before a judge in Italy on July 16.

According to the newspaper report, Giorgi and her family are on the run and are believed to be in the United States.

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