Scandinavian Triangle

6 days/
5 nights
3
countries
11
objects
travel type
Cultural Guided tour
Tour code: STC-6

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Day 1. Stockholm (D)

Arrival in Stockholm, the capital of Sweden. Transfer from airport to your hotel.
Stockholm, often called the capital of Scandinavia. Stockholm consists of 14 separate islands joined by a network of bridge

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Arrival in Stockholm, the capital of Sweden. Transfer from airport to your hotel.
Stockholm, often called the capital of Scandinavia. Stockholm consists of 14 separate islands joined by a network of bridges, and has been described as one of the most beautiful cities.
Welcome dinner and overnight in Stockholm.

DAY 2. Stockholm (B, L)

Breakfast at hotel.
Morning city tour by bus and a walking tour of Stockholm (3 h.). During the excursion you will visit two squares on Riddarholmen and Söder island, walk through the Old Town, where you

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Breakfast at hotel.
Morning city tour by bus and a walking tour of Stockholm (3 h.). During the excursion you will visit two squares on Riddarholmen and Söder island, walk through the Old Town, where you will pass narrow streets and alleys of the medieval part of the city. The excursion continues through the central parts of the modern Stockholm –  City Hall.
Lunch at restaurant.
Acquaintance of the Stockholm continues with visits to Vasa Museum and Skansen museum.
Vasa museum is Scandinavia’s most visited attraction. In the large ship hall stands the warship Vasa – the only remaining, intact 17th century ship in the world. The lower rig of it has been rebuilt, complete with masts, stays and shrouds. Skansen is the world’s largest outdoor museum. It is a Swedish town looked like in the mid-19th century. Second part of museum includes visit of the Zoo with Nordic wild animals like the brown bear, elk and lynx.
Overnight in Stockholm.

DAY 3. Stockholm – Oslo (B, L)

Breakfast at hotel. Departure to Oslo (530km, approx 6-7 h).
The route passes areas with typical Scandinavian scenery and thick forests, which will evoke the atmosphere of the fairy-tales of Trolls, lakes,

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Breakfast at hotel. Departure to Oslo (530km, approx 6-7 h).
The route passes areas with typical Scandinavian scenery and thick forests, which will evoke the atmosphere of the fairy-tales of Trolls, lakes, as well as agricultural areas.
Stop for lunch en route.
Check-in at the hotel.
Overnight in Oslo.

DAY 4. Oslo – Copenhagen (B, L)

Breakfast at hotel.
Morning sightseeing tour of the Norwegian capital to see all of Oslo’s main attractions (2 h.), such as the Royal Palace, the City Hall, the Akershus fortress, admire a magnificen

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Breakfast at hotel.
Morning sightseeing tour of the Norwegian capital to see all of Oslo’s main attractions (2 h.), such as the Royal Palace, the City Hall, the Akershus fortress, admire a magnificent view of the Oslo Fjord from Holmenkollen Hill for a birds-eye view of the city and fjord far below.
Lunch at restraurant.
Afternoon we will visit the Viking Ship Museum, with its three Viking vessels, the Polar exploration ship Fram. The Vigeland’s Park, one of the major Scandinavian cultural treasures, will welcome us with the sculptures of Gustav Vigeland, who dedicated his life to his artistic works.
Transfer to the cruise harbor and cruise to Copenhagen by ferry (500km, approx. 17 h.).
Overnight on board of ferry.

DAY 5. Copenhagen (B, L)

Breakfast on board.
Arival to Copenhagen. Like many other Scandinavian, Denmark’s charming capital is very much a city of water, built on two main islands connected by bridges, surrounded by the sea,

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Breakfast on board.
Arival to Copenhagen. Like many other Scandinavian, Denmark’s charming capital is very much a city of water, built on two main islands connected by bridges, surrounded by the sea, and interlaced with canals. This city is developing a reputation for being one of the most environmentally friendly cities in the world with a laid-back atmosphere, where people cycle along the canals.
Transfer from harbor to your hotel. Lunch.
Copenhagen city tour (approx. 3 hours) is an excellent way to see main highlights of the city including Christiansborg Palace, home to the Danish Parliament, the Old Stock Exchange, Royal Theatre, Tivoli Gardens, the colorful harbor district of Nyhavn and Amalienborg Palace – Winter residence of the Royal Family to see the changing of the Guard and followed by a stop by world-famous Little Mermaid, inspired by H. C. Andersen’s fairytale.
Free time and overnight in Copenhagen.

DAY 6. Copenhagen (B)

Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to airport.
Departure.

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Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to airport.
Departure.

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itinerary

  • Day 1. Stockholm
  • Day 2. Stockholm
  • Day 3. Stockholm - Oslo
  • Day 4. Oslo - Copenhagen
  • Day 5. Copenhagen
  • Day 6. Copenhagen
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