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Experience the Scandinavian lifestyle and Star cruise
Sail through the prettiest and largest archipelago in the world
Rock church and Olympic stadium in Helsinki
Historical city of Hämeenlinna, Tampere and Nokia city
Meet the most magnetic personality of North Pole, Santa Claus, Rovaniemi
Experience the Midnight sun, camping area, Trondheim, Capital of the Vikings
Geiranger, Jewel of the Fjords and Cosmopolitan Capital of Oslo

Best of Scandinavia - 21N/22D

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  • Travel itinerary 


    Day 1: Depart India.Board your overnight flight (not included). 


    Days 2-3: Copenhagen 

    Wonderful Copenhagen Welcome to Scandinavia! On arrival at Copenhagen Airport, your airport shuttle service leaves for your tour hotel. Then you are at leisure to relax and settle in. Tonight enjoy a Welcome Reception with meal, followed by a visit to the glittering lights and enchanting atmosphere of the world famous Tivoli Gardens. After a restful night’s sleep, meet Hans Christian Andersen’s Little Mermaid gazing wistfully across the harbour, followed by a highlight visit inside the Danish Parliament Building to marvel at the opulent interior. See the Rosenborg and Amalienborg Palaces, and the Renaissance Stock Exchange. This afternoon there is free time to enjoy as you wish. 


    Day 4: Stockholm 

    Stockholm City of Islands Take in the view of Kronborg Castle reputedly the Elsinore home of Hamlet (Optional and applicable for Nano tours only), as you cross over the Oresund bridge to Sweden. Your journey takes you through fertile farmland and along the peaceful shores of Lake Vattern. Continue to Stockholm, which is set on 14 beautiful islands.​ 


    Day 5 - 6: Stockholm 

    Stockholm sightseeing and enjoying your Baltic Sea Cruise. The charms of Sweden’s capital are revealed with your local expert. Visit the City Hall’s ‘Gold Room’, where Nobel Prize banquets are held, the medieval Old Town and see the cathedral and Royal Palace. Embark on a Baltic cruise to Finland through the largest archipelago in the world. Enjoy dinner on board and then enjoy the sea views from the comfort of your A-Class cabins.


    Day 7: Helsinki

    Fashionable Finnish in Helsinki.Helsinki has recently gained a reputation as a global trendsetter for its top design, fashion, stunning architecture and luscious parks. Disembark your Baltic cruise to visit the astonishing modern ‘Church in the Rock’, see the Sibelius Monument and Finlandia Hall. Tonight, choose from a selection of Helsinki’s restaurants. 


    Day 8: Hammenlinna and Tampere. 

    Hämeenlinna is a lively, beautiful city which presents the ideal combination of nature and culture.The city's landmark is its medieval red brick castle, surrounded by beautiful nature reserves.The 372 years old city is full of historical sights and is also famous for its unique Aulanko Park and as the birthplace of Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. Finland's second city, Tampere is 'the Manchester of Finland', as 19th-century cotton mills once busily churned alongside the energetic Tammerkoski rapids. Set between two huge lakes, Näsijärvi and Pyhäjärvi. There is a lot to see in Tampere: original Finnish architecture, breathtaking lake sceneries, magnificent glacial ridges, beautiful parks and lush forests next to the city center.​ 


    Day 9: Vikinsaari

    Vikinsaari island and Nokia city Vikinsaari is a summer recreation island for the whole family only a 20-minute boat trip away from the city center. The island has beaches, playgrounds and gaming fields, a public campfire site and a sauna that can be heated by arrangement. Believe it or not: there is a town named Nokia in Finland! The very roots of the famous Nokia Corporation lie on the Nokia River. Nokia is an industrial town: Not only jobs but the surrounding nature with lakes, rivers and country side attract inhabitants to Nokia. Nokia is a lively place all year round. You can enjoy the Eden Spa Hotel´s relaxing tropical leisure or sample a traditional Finnish sauna or Jacuzzi round the year. The Finnish light music event Tapsan Tahdit alone attracts thousands of people to Nokia every summer.​​​​ 


    Days 10-11: Rovaniemi

    Rovaniemi, Lapland and Santa's Lap.On towards the Arctic and into Lapland, the home of the Sami people. Your destination is Rovaniemi, the modern capital of the region. In the morning, visit the town hall, designed by Aalvar Aalto and the Cathedral. Later, perhaps choose to view the open-air museum and try a traditional Lapp dinner. 


    Day 12: Saariselka 

    Cross the Arctic Circle to Saariselka Visit the Santa Claus Village today where it is Christmas all year round, crossing the Arctic Circle at the same time - and receive a certificate to prove it. You may see herds of reindeer roaming freely as you head for one of the oldest churches in Lapland. Travel through Europe’s last great wilderness to visit the national park near the gold centre of Tankavaara.About the Tour​ Sail the brackish Baltic Sea, cross rolling tundra and glassy fjords on your search for the midnight sun, all the while enjoying the local culture, history and pristine scenery. Tour Pace - Comfortable Active: This tour is well paced with two night stays in Copenhagen, Rovaniemi, Geiranger and Oslo; there are one-night stays in the more northern regions. Magnificent driving days offer frequent stops for refreshments and photo opportunities. 


    Day 13: 

    North Cape and the Sun that never Sets Cross the rolling tundra into Norway to stop at Karasjok, the seat of the Sami Parliament and a center of Lapp culture. Visit a Lapp folk museum then it’s on through unique scenery to the North Cape. Your hotel is in Honningsvag on Mager Island, from where you will journey at night to the northern most point of Europe in search of the ‘midnight sun’


    Days 14-15: 

    Between a Rock and Wild Place in Alta Return to the mainland, travelling through stony, near deserted Finnmark to Alta, situated on one of the world’s richest salmon rivers. A day has been set aside for you to enjoy as you wish. Maybe check out the prehistoric UNESCO-protected rock carvings or take a wilderness river trip.


    Day 16: 

    Narvik and the Norwegian Campaign.Today pass the fjord where the battleship Tirpitz hid out during World War Two. Travel through some of the most stunning northern scenery, past mountains, fjords and fishing villages to Narvik, hearing tales of one of the first large-scale battles during the Second World War.


    Day 17: 

    Mosjoen and it's Sea Street. Take a ferry across Tysfjord and pass Rago National Park, its fjords cutting deep into the landscape. Bid farewell to the Arctic before reaching Mosjoen, a pleasant town on the Vefsnfjord, which has a large concentration of listed wooden buildings and Norway’s oldest octagonal church.


    Day 18:

    Trondheim, Capital of the Vikings Drive through Namdalen, then watch for salmon leaping upstream to their spawning-grounds at the mighty Laksfoss Falls. Continue via the village of Hell to Trondheim, seat of the ancient Viking Kings, to admire the cathedral.


    Days 19-20: Geiranger 

    Geiranger, Jewel of the Fjords Cross the Dovre Mountains, which form Norway’s oldest National Park. Arrive at the mirror-smooth waters of Geirangerfjord to embark on a spectacular Highlight cruise beneath towering cliffs and cascading waterfalls. Your hotel is in a superb setting overlooking the beautiful Norwegian Fjord landscape. Then enjoy a whole day of relaxation amid the fjords and mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage area. Consider taking an excursion along the amazing Trolls’ Road. 


    Days 20-21: Oslo

    The Cosmopolitan Capital of Oslo Travel via lakes and snow-capped peaks to Lom – home to one of Norway’s most beautiful stave churches. Continue through the countryside of ‘Peer Gynt’, immortalised by Ibsen, to Oyer to come face to face with the world’s largest Troll. After stopping in Lillehammer, it’s on to the modern Norwegian capital of Oslo. In the morning a panoramic tour takes in the medieval Akershus Castle guarding the harbour and the Royal Palace and includes a visit to the Viking Long Ship Museum. Visit Frogner Park, housing the unique and controversial sculptures by Gustav Vigeland, before an afternoon at leisure. Tonight, round off your tour with a farewell Celebration Dinner and a glass of wine to toast to new friends


    Day 22: Travel back to hometown. 

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