6 Nights 7 Days
Destinations : Stockholm – Copenhagen – Odense – Aarhus – Frederikshavn – Gothenburg – Oslo
Scandinavian countries are considered among the gems in Europe, offering the best of everything. Historically rich spots, snow-clad mountains, lush green forests, and more; name it, and this region has it. With our Scandinavia tour package itinerary, you can explore it all.
Day 1: Arrive in Stockholm - Gamla Stan - Vasa Museum - ABBA The Museum
After you land in Stockholm, our tour representatives will greet you at the airport and take you to your hotel. We’ll help you check in and leave you to freshen up. You can then venture out to begin exploring the beautiful capital of Sweden.
Stockholm is a stunning city with beautiful buildings built on 14 islands connected by 57 bridges. The city is famed for its clean air and picturesque gardens.
Start your tour with Gamla Stan or Old Town, lined with cafes, studios, galleries, restaurants, and stores. Afterward, head to Vasa Museum for a guided tour of the world’s only preserved 17th-century ship. Inaugurated in 1990, it is one of the most famous museums in Scandinavia. End your day at ABBA The Museum, an interactive museum perfect for ABBA fans.
Other attractions in Stockholm include The Royal Palace, Skansen Open Air Museum, and the Stockholm City Hall.
Day 2: Stockholm – Copenhagen - Tivoli Gardens - Christiansborg Palace - National Museum of Denmark
Take a train from Stockholm to Copenhagen. Upon reaching the capital of Denmark, check in to your hotel and begin sightseeing.
Copenhagen is the seat of one of the oldest monarchies in the world. This beautiful city is famous for its cobblestone pavements, churches, colorful buildings, and fine-dining options. You’ll first visit the Tivoli Gardens, the world’s second-oldest amusement park. It was opened in 1843 and is Europe’s fifth most visited amusement park. After this, head over to the Christiansborg Palace, which is located in Slotsholmen. The palace serves as the Supreme Court of Denmark, the Danish Prime Minister's office, and the Danish Parliament's seat.
For the day's last stop, explore the National Museum of Denmark, Denmark's biggest cultural history museum.
Day 3: Copenhagen – Odense – Hans Christian Andersen Museum
Board a train from Copenhagen to Odense, Denmark’s third-largest city. Walk around the Hans Christian Andersen Museum for an insight into the life of the Danish author. Spend the night at your hotel in Odense.
Day 4: Odense – Aarhus - Moesgaard Museum - Marselisborg Castle - Street Food Hall
Transfer from Odense to Aarhus on a train and visit famous landmarks like the Moesgaard Museum and Marselisborg Castle.
Aarhus is the second-largest city in the country and is known as the City of the Smile. Start your tour with a visit to Old City or Den Gamle By in Central Aarhus.
In the evening, walk around the Street Food Hall, where you can relish various types of Turkish, Italian, and Mediterranean food.
Day 5: Aarhus – Frederikshavn – Gothenburg
Get on a train from Aarhus to Frederikshavn, and then get on a ferry to reach the city of Gothenburg. Being the second largest city in Sweden, it has a lot of famous landmarks for you to visit, such as the Liseberg amusement park and Maritiman, the floating maritime museum to learn about U-boats, destroyers, fireboats, etc.
Get on a boat cruise to the New Alvsborg Fortress. Spend the night at your hotel in Gothenburg.
Day 6: Gothenburg – Oslo - Vigeland Park - Royal Palace - City Hall
Take a train from Gothenburg to Oslo, the capital of Norway. Once you reach Oslo, you will go sightseeing to spots such as Vigeland Park, Royal Palace, City Hall, Bygdoy Peninsula, Parliament Building, Aker Brygge, and the Akershus Fortress.
Oslo is the capital city of Norway and home to beautiful fjords and rolling green hills. It has a rich history dating back to 1,000 AD.
Day 7: Depart from Oslo
Check out from your hotel and head to the airport to board your flight home.
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