Scandinavian Journey

Starting at PER PERSON for all of the below, based on 2 participants: $2,550.00

Day 1:  Oslo for 3 nights

Meet & greet private transfer from airport to hotel

1 double room, breakfast & taxes included at Hotel Bristol****

This elegant hotel is 2,789 feet from Oslo Central Station and 2 minutes’ walk from the main street Karl Johans gate. It offers free Wi-Fi, along with free gym and sauna access.

Hotel Bristol’s bright rooms have a TV and minibar. All feature charming, antique-style furniture and interiors.

Guests can try traditional Norwegian food at the Bristol Grill, which has an English-pub feel. A popular meeting point for politicians, musicians and actors since the 1920s, the Library Bar offers live piano music. Hambro’s Café features classic décor and a varied menu of light dishes.

Bristol Hotel is only 3 minutes’ walk from the National Theatre and the National Gallery.


Day 2

Fjord Sightseeing 

Duration of tour: 2 hours

For visitors to Oslo wishing to see a bit more of the city’s summer life such as the swimming and sailing, this two hour tour through narrow sounds, idyllic bays and a maze of islands with pretty summer houses is highly recommended. Refreshments are available on board the boat but are not included in the price of the tour.

Includes:  Transportation by boat and services of a local guide.


Day 3:

day at leisure


Day 4:  Stockholm for 3 nights

Private transfer from hotel to  airport

Norwegian airlines at 11:40 a.m. arriving Stockholm at 12:40 p.m

Meet & greet private transfer from airport to hotel

1 double deluxe water view, breakfast & taxes included at Hotel Diplomat****

Set in an impressive 1911-era Art Nouveau building on upscale Strandvägen boulevard, Hotel Diplomat offers great views over Nybroviken Bay, free spa access and a restaurant with summer terrace. WiFi is free.

Diplomat’s modern interior was designed by renowned architect Per Öberg and combines classic elegance with contemporary design. Each room features blackout curtains, a generous workspace and quality Dux beds with premium linen. All include luxury toiletries and a flat-screen TV with free video-on-demand.

The in-house T/Bar restaurant uses fresh, local produce to create classic Swedish dishes with a Mediterranean twist. The waterfront terrace is an ideal spot to take in the waterfront views during summer. Guests can enjoy a glass of champagne or cocktail in the bar after a day exploring Stockholm.

For relaxation or fitness needs, the hotel has a spacious, well-equipped gym, a sauna and a hot tub.

The Diplomat is just 985 feet from Stockholm’s Royal Theatre. Local buses stops directly outside the hotel. Archipelago-bound boats depart regularly from across the street.


Day 5:

Viking History Day Trip from Stockholm Including Uppsala

Lift the lid on Sweden’s rich Viking and medieval past on this enthralling full-day trip from Stockholm! Travel northward from the capital through Sweden’s picture-book countryside. See intricately carved runic stones and other relics that attest to the richness and complexity of Viking culture. Visit Sweden’s oldest town of Sigtuna, see the haunting religious sites of Gamla Uppsala (Old Uppsala), and enjoy time free to explore the historic town of Uppsala itself. Along the way, history is brought to life with informative insights from your guide. It’s a great day out for history buffs!

Start your tour with a pickup from your centrally located Stockholm hotel. Meet your friendly guide and relax as your comfortable minibus travels northward through Sweden’s picturesque countryside.
Stop at Täby to view the Jarlabankes bro, an ancient Viking causeway. Admire the runic stones here and then continue to what was once a Viking parliament at Arkils Tingstad. Here, examine the rings of stones once used as seats by council members. Your guide explains how the Vikings would use places like this to settle disputes and decide laws.
Next on your route is Granby, an important village that existed between 400 and 500 AD. Admire the Granbyhällen, a massive rock decorated with swirling rune engravings. Contemplate what you’ve seen on a break for coffee or a light lunch (own expense) at the nearby Hökeriet café and vintage store. Perhaps buy some souvenirs here in the shape of Swedish handicrafts and homemade preserves.
Afterward, continue through the scenic Lunda region to Sweden’s oldest town, Sigtuna, founded in the 10th century. Enjoy free time to amble around the quaint streets and wonder at its Viking runic stones.
Then, travel to the small village of Gamla Uppsala. It is home to royal burial mounds, and considered one of Sweden’s most important sacred sites. Lastly, head for new Uppsala, where you have time to explore on your own. You might go to see Uppsala Cathedral, Sweden’s oldest church, or delve into its charming old quarter and shopping streets.
Your tour ends with a drop-off at your hotel in the late afternoon.


Day 6

Day at leisure


Day 7:  Copenhagen for 3 nights

SAS flight from Stockholm to Copenhagen

Arrival at  1:30 p.m., arriving Copenhagen at 2:40 p.m.

Meet & greet private transfer from airport to hotel

1 double deluxe room, breakfast & taxes included at Hotel Admiral****

Set in a heritage-listed 1780s building, this waterfront hotel is next to Amalienborg Royal Palace and opposite Copenhagen Opera House. It offers a gourmet restaurant plus in-room tea/coffee facilities and flat-screen TVs.

Two hundred-year-old Pomeranian pine beams, brickwork and archways add a distinct charm to Copenhagen Admiral. Most rooms include exposed wooden beams in their design. All rooms have a seating area, minibar and multi-channel TV.

The gourmet restaurant, Salt, is designed by Conran & Partners. Guests can enjoy modern Scandinavian cuisine with French flavours. Lighter dishes and drinks are offered in the stylish bar, which has a summer terrace.

Within 5 minutes’ walk is Nyhavn, where Copenhagen Harbour’s water buses stop. Kongens Nytorv Metro Station is a similar distance from Copenhagen Admiral Hotel. Strøget shopping street is less than 10 minutes’ walk away.

This is our guests’ favourite part of Copenhagen, according to independent reviews.


Day 8:

Castle Tour of North Sealand 

Duration of tour: 6 hours 30 mins

Take a sightseeing tour to the spectacular castles north of Copenhagen. We leave Copenhagen and travel up the Riviera road to Helsingor. As we travel along we have a beautiful view of the Oresund Strait with the Swedish coast beyond. Frederiksborg Castle is situated in the centre of Hillerod on three islets in the Castle Lake and surrounded by Frederiksborg Castle Gardens. The Castle Gardens include an English style romantic garden and a more formal French baroque garden, recreated in 1996, to replicate J.C. Krieger’s gardens from 1725. Read more: Kronborg Castle, known as Elsinore in English, stands at the seaward approach to the Oresund Sound. Its one of northern Europe’s best preserved Renaissance castles. Made famous all over the world, by Shakespeare’s Hamlet, it is also the most popular castle in Denmark, with about 200,000 visitors each year.

Includes: Transportation by coach, Services of an English speaking Guide, entrance to Frederiksborg Castle and Kronborg Castle and a photostop at Fredensborg Castle.


Day 9

Day at leisure


Day 10

Transfer from their hotel to Copenhagen airport               



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