Places Covered

  • Copenhagen
  • Christiansborg Palace
  • Carlsberg Brewery
  • Bergen
  • Norway
  • Oslo
  • Viking Museum
  • Karlstad
  • Stockholm
  • Fjallgatan Viewpoint
  • Drottningholm Palace
  • TallinkSilja
  • Helsinki
  • Porvoo
Best time to visit
All year round
Starting from ₹ 1,15,000 (Per Person)
*Condition apply
Air Fare & Visa Not Included

The word “Scandinavia” evokes many images. Endless fir forests, awe-inspiring fjords, wilderness, and lately, perhaps, crime fiction and noir thrillers such as Borgen, Wallander and The Killing. It’s all these things, of course, but this hardly does justice to the region’s vastness and diversity. To the North is the Arctic Circle, where polar bears roam, the summer sun lasts 24 hours, but an implacable dark descends in a winter lit, if you’re lucky, by cosmic northern lights. Although not in Scandinavia, Finland, where Russia’s cultural orbit is felt, also has a Nordic feel with vast expanses of lake and forest inhabited by wild bears stretch beyond sight. Nomadic reindeer herders range from mountain to forest and the naked sauna is a national pastime.

DAY 01:
Welcome to Copenhagen ? the Danish Capital!!! Visit the Tivoli Gardens.
Today, enter the world of ‘Vacations Exotica’ as you embark on your vacation to Scandinavia & Russia. Arrive at Copenhagen International airport and meet your experienced and professional Tour Manager in the arrival area located outside the customs area. Drive directly to your hotel and check in. Later, visit the famous Tivoli Garden – a world class amusement park in the center of Copenhagen. The Tivoli Gardens is a must see in Copenhagen which has fun for all ages with great rides, activities, shops, etc.
Tonight, enjoy an dinner.

Overnight at hotel Scandic / Bella Sky / Park Inn / Phoenix or similar, in Copenhagen.


DAY 02:
Guided city tour of Copenhagen. Visit the Christiansborg Palace. Visit the Carlsberg Brewery. Experience a Canal Cruise.
After a buffet breakfast, proceed on a guided city tour with a local English speaking guide. Visit the Christiansborg Palace – the most important building in Denmark. The Christiansborg Palace is the seat of the Danish Parliament, the Danish Prime Minister’s Office and the Danish Supreme Court. Also, see the City Hall, the Amalienborg Palace – the winter home of the Danish royal family, the Stock Exchange, Ströget Shopping Street and many more sights. After lunch, visit the Gefion Fountain – the largest monument in Copenhagen which is also used as a wishing well and the Little Mermaid – an icon and major tourist attraction of Copenhagen. Later, visit the Carlsberg brewery and experience the making of the famous Danish Beer. The tour of the brewery reveals age-old traditions of beer making. Next, enjoy a canal cruise and see the interesting sights and attractions in the city – a great way to experience the city. The canal tour sails through the harbour and idyllic canals and passes by Copenhagen’s beautiful churches, castles, old listed houses, new buildings and all other sights of interest.

Overnight at hotel Scandic / Bella Sky / Park Inn / Phoenix or similar, in Copenhagen.


DAY 03:
Onto Bergen – Gateway to the Fjords. Bergen – Guided City Tour.
After a buffet breakfast, check out and proceed to the airport for your flight to Bergen. On arrival, after lunch, proceed on a guided city tour with a local English speaking guide. Bergen is an international city with small-town charm and atmosphere, surrounded by seven rounded, lush mountains. The Hanseatic wharf Bryggen with its pastel-colour wooden houses, winding cobblestone streets and Old Bergen are just a few of many attractions that make Bergen a real place of enchantment. Ride the Funicular to Mt. Floyen for great views of the city. Evening is at leisure to explore the city on own or visit the flea markets for some bargain shopping.
Tonight, enjoy an dinner.

Overnight at hotel Thon / Augustin / Holiday Inn / First Marin or similar, in Bergen.


DAY 04:
Norway in a nutshell – The ultimate Scandinavian Excursion. Onto Oslo – the Nordic Capital.
After a buffet breakfast, check out and embark on Norway’s most popular trip ‘Norway in a nutshell’. A combination of impressive trips by bus, boat and spectacular train rides. Proceed to Gudvagen and on arrival, embark on an enchanting boat ride into the Naeroyfjord – an UNESCO’s World Heritage area, one of the narrowest fjords in Europe and surrounded by towering mountains. The trip takes you through some of Norway’s most beautiful fjord scenery and arrives into the picturesque village of Flam, situated innermost in the Aurlandsfjord. After lunch, board your train on the Flam railway line, a masterpiece of engineering set amidst wild and wonderful scenery. Enjoy the views of huge mountains and thundering waterfalls as the train passes through the Flam valley and arrives at Myrdal. Later, board your coach and drive to Oslo – the capital of Norway.
Tonight, enjoy an dinner.

Overnight at hotel Thon / Quality Expo / Radisson Blu or similar, in Oslo.


DAY 05:
Oslo – Guided City Tour. Visit the Viking Museum &Holmenkollen Ski Jump. Visit the Vigeland Sculpture Park.
After a buffet breakfast, proceed on a guided city tour with a local English speaking guide. Visit the Viking Ship Museum which presents ships from the Viking periods such as Gokstad, Oseberg and Tune. The exhibits also include the world’s two best-preserved wooden Viking ships built in the 9th century, as well as small boats, sledges, a cart with exceptional ornamentation, implements, tools, harness, textiles and household utensils, etc. On your city tour, also drive past the City Hall, the House of Parliament, the Royal Palace and the majestic Akershus fortress. After lunch, visit the magnificent and unique Vigeland Sculpture Park and Karl Johan Street. Norway is often called the ‘Cradle of Skiing’. Encounter this when you visit the Holmenkollen Ski Jump and admire the dizzying panorama. Enjoy these sights and many more on your guided tour.
Tonight, enjoy an dinner.

Overnight at hotel Thon / Quality Expo / Radisson Blu or similar, in Oslo.


DAY 06:
Onto Karlstad. Onto Stockholm – Jewel of the Swedish Archipelago.
After a buffet breakfast, check out and drive to Karlstad. On arrival, enjoy lunch. Karlstad is situated on the river delta where Sweden’s longest river, Klarälven, runs into Sweden’s largest lake, Vänern. It is reputed to be one of the sunniest towns in Sweden and hence the symbol for Karlstad is a happy sun. Later, drive to Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, often called the Venice of the North due to its numerous canals and waterways. The city offers many interesting cafes and restaurants and has become an Eldorado for shoppers.
Tonight, enjoy an dinner.

Overnight at hotel Quality / Scandic / Clarion / Best Western or similar, in Stockholm.


DAY 07:
Stockholm – Guided city tour. Visit the City Hall the famous Vasa Museum. Visit the Fjällgatan viewpoint.
After a buffet breakfast, proceed on a full day guided city tour with a local English speaking guide. Visit the impressive City Hall, where every year the Nobel Prize banquet takes place. Next, see the Royal Palace, the Cathedral, the Old Town, Kings Garden and many more interesting sights. After lunch, make a stop at Fjällgatan viewpoint from where you can enjoy a splendid view of the city and the inner harbour. Later, visit the famous Vasa Museum, housing the majestic 17th century royal warship Vasa.
Tonight, enjoy an dinner.

Overnight at hotel Quality / Scandic / Clarion / Best Western or similar, in Stockholm.


DAY 08:
Visit the Drottningholm Palace. Ride the Sky View. Onto TallinkSilja Cruise across the Baltic.
After a buffet breakfast, check out and visit the Drottningholm Palace – a former Royal summer residence and today home to the Swedish Royal Family. The palace contains magnificent rooms dating back to the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, beautiful Baroque Park, Palace Theater, Chinese Pavilion, etc. Later, Ride the Sky View – a new world-class attraction that takes you on a breathtaking journey, along the outside, to the top of the world’s largest spherical building, the Ericsson Globe, a Stockholm landmark. From the top at 130 meters above sea level, you get an unbeatable view of Stockholm. Enjoy lunch. Later, board your luxury cruise across the Baltic, on board the ‘TallinkSilja Line’. Cruise across the Baltic Sea and through the Swedish archipelago to Helsinki.
Tonight, enjoy a Scandinavian buffet dinner on board the cruise. Later, you can dance the night away in the nightclub, linger in the various shops as you enjoy the night on this luxury cruise.

Overnight on board TallinkSilja Line (Ocean view cabins) Cruise Liner.


DAY 09:
Onto Helsinki – the Finnish Capital. Guided city tour of Helsinki. Visit Porvoo – Traditional Finnish Town.
After a buffet breakfast on board, disembark in Helsinki and proceed on a guided city tour with a local English speaking guide. Enjoy the sights of this beautiful city. Visit the Tempelliauki Church (the church in the rock), the Uspenski Cathedral and the marvelous Sibelius Park. Also, see the Senate square, the Presidential Palace, Finlandia Hall, Opera House and many more interesting sights. Later, proceed to the small town of Porvoo a small Finnish town situated on the southern coast of Finland and east of Helsinki. The town is famed for its ‘Gamla Stan’ – Old Town, a dense mediaeval street pattern with predominantly wooden houses. Its picturesque city center of wooden houses is a proposed UNESCO World Heritage Site. Overnight at hotel Holiday Inn / Radisson Blu / Scandic / Sokos or similar, in Helsinki.



  • Meet & Greet Assistance at the airport
  • Hotel accommodation in a basic 3* hotel with daily buffet breakfast
  • All sightseeing & transfers on SIC (seat in coach basis)


Exclusions –

  • Air fare with taxes.
  • Visa assistance and fees
  • Insurance and foreign exchange
  • Any expenses of personal nature such as Telephone calls, laundry etc..
  • Any meals other than specified above

The above price is valid for travel till 30 September 2016.

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