Oslo, Copenhagen & Stockholm

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There’s no shortage of beautiful green spaces, royal palaces, state-of-the-art museums and rich ancient history in Scandinavia. In Oslo, leap back in time and walk amongst the mighty Vikings and their precious ships. Copenhagen is an old maritime city, with quaint canals that set the scene for many of Denmark’s charming fairy tales. Copenhagen, too, is known for its impressive waterways; countless ferries, sightseeing cruises, and recreational boaters sail beneath the more than 50 bridges around the city.
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Day 1 Start tour
Day 2 Hallo Oslo
Meet your tour director and check into hotel
Oslo city walk
Royal PalaceKarl Johans gateNational TheatreEgertorget
Details: Oslo city walk
Get acquainted with the capital of Norway on a tour director led walking tour of the city. Karl Johans gate is the main street of Oslo, connecting the main railroad station with the Royal Palace. Along the street are many beautiful sights and attractions, including Egertorget; a large square where musicians and jugglers gather to entertain the masses. At the western end of central Oslo, you’ll get an up-close-and-personal view of how the monarchy lives at Slottsparken, where the Royal Palace sits grandly. You’ll be able to pose for pictures just feet from the main entrance, a lot closer than you can get to some other European palaces.
Day 3 Oslo--Copenhagen
Oslo guided sightseeing tour
Oslo Opera HouseAkershus fortressVigeland Sculpture Park visit
Overnight ferry to Copenhagen
Details: Oslo guided sightseeing tour
On your professionally guided tour of Oslo, you’ll see some of the most iconic buildings in Scandinavia. The world-class cultural center that is the Oslo Opera House resembles a huge glacier floating in the harbor. Go from modern to medieval, the Akershus Fortress is a proud pillar of Oslo’s past and present. It has withstood many sieges since its construction in the 1300s and now serves as a popular venue for concerts and holiday celebrations. Millions of people flock to Vigeland Sculpture Park each year to see the 200+ unique statues created by sculptor Gustav Vigeland.
Details: Oslo Opera House
Change your perspective! One of the amazing features of this iconic landmark is, of all things, the roof. Designed to give the waterfront back to visitors, you’ll be able to see everything from the fjord archipelago and its dwellings to Oslo’s cityscape and the mountains beyond.
Day 4 Copenhagen
Copenhagen city walk
Church of Our LadyRound TowerStrogetCity Hall Square
Canal cruise
Day 5 Copenhagen
Copenhagen guided sightseeing tour
Little Mermaid StatueGefion FountainChristiansborg PalaceTivoli Gardens
Details: Copenhagen guided sightseeing tour
 At Langelinje Pier you will find one of Copenhagen's most famous tourist attractions: The sculpture of The Little Mermaid. The sculpture was inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale about a mermaid who gives up everything to be united with a young prince on land. Another iconic landmark, the Tivoli Gardens, was founded in 1843 and has become a national treasure. Hans Christian Andersen visited many times, as did Walt Disney and many other celebrities, who all fell in love with the gardens. See where the Danish Parliament, Supreme Court, and Ministry of State preside at Christiansborg Palace.
Day 6 Copenhagen--Stockholm
Granna peppermint candy shop visit
Details: Travel to Stockholm via the Oeresund Bridge
The Øresund Bridge is an iconic Scandinavian landmark, spanning 16 km (about ten miles) linking Denmark and Sweden.
Day 7 Stockholm Landmarks
Stockholm Guided Sightseeing Tour
Gustav Adolfs TorgSwedish ParliamentSwedish House of LordsStortorget Main Square
Nobel Museum visit
Details: Stockholm Guided Sightseeing Tour
Gustav Adolfs torg is the central square in Stockholm and the perfect place to begin your tour. There you’ll find the Royal Opera, Ministry of Defense and Swedish State department. Just south of the square stands the impressive Parliament Building. The terrace on the east end of the building is a public park and holds a restaurant dating back to 1832, and the Swedish House of Lords. Travel back in time to Stortorget, the city’s oldest square is the historical center of medieval Stockholm.
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Day 8 
Stockholm City Walk
Stockholm Stock ExchangeRoyal Palace
Details: Stockholm City Walk
Explore this capital city in an environmentally friendly fashion - by walking! Start your city walk at the Stockholm Stock Exchange, located in the old town section of Stockholm. The building is owned by the Swedish Academy and is the site of the yearly announcement of the winner of the Nobel Price for Literature. Continue on to see the Stockholm Palace, first built in the 13th century as a fortress, it is now the private residence of the Swedish royal family.
Details: Vasa Museum visit
 Built in the 1600s by Dutch master shipwright Henrik Hybertsson and his business partner, Arendt de Groote, the Vasa was one of the most powerful warships to sail the Baltic. When fully outfitted with ten sails, 64 cannons, 120 tons of ballast and hundreds of sculptures the ship weighed over 1200 tons. The maiden voyage of the sea beast would be its last; after making it less than a mile and still in sight of the shipyard, it leaned onto its portside, filled with water, and sank. In September of 1956, navy salvage divers discovered the impeccably preserved warship but it wasn’t until April 1961 that the Vasa would reappear from its resting place of 333 years.
Day 9 End tour

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    Day 8 Start extension to Finland
    Stockholm City Walk
    Stockholm Stock ExchangeRoyal Palace
    Overnight ferry to Helsinki
    Details: Stockholm City Walk
    Explore this capital city in an environmentally friendly fashion - by walking! Start your city walk at the Stockholm Stock Exchange, located in the old town section of Stockholm. The building is owned by the Swedish Academy and is the site of the yearly announcement of the winner of the Nobel Price for Literature. Continue on to see the Stockholm Palace, first built in the 13th century as a fortress, it is now the private residence of the Swedish royal family.
    Details: Vasa Museum visit
     Built in the 1600s by Dutch master shipwright Henrik Hybertsson and his business partner, Arendt de Groote, the Vasa was one of the most powerful warships to sail the Baltic. When fully outfitted with ten sails, 64 cannons, 120 tons of ballast and hundreds of sculptures the ship weighed over 1200 tons. The maiden voyage of the sea beast would be its last; after making it less than a mile and still in sight of the shipyard, it leaned onto its portside, filled with water, and sank. In September of 1956, navy salvage divers discovered the impeccably preserved warship but it wasn’t until April 1961 that the Vasa would reappear from its resting place of 333 years.
    Day 9 Helsinki
    Helsinki guided sightseeing tour
    Temppeliauko Church visitCity Museum visitSibelius MonumentParliament House
    Helsinki city walk
    Helsinki UniversityUspenski CathedralMarket SquareOld Market Hall
    Details: Helsinki guided sightseeing tour
    Tour the Temppeliaukio Church, an oddly shaped round structure that was built into rock and fitted with a glazed dome roof to allow natural sunlight in. Then visit City Museum to learn about the history of the city and see Finland’s Parliament House.
    Details: Helsinki city walk
    Your tour director will show you the vibrant seaside city of Helsinki, complete with beautiful islands and vast green parks. The University of Helsinki's campus offers ample opportunities for every visitor to see, hear and experience the research that is being conducted by the students and faculty. Uspenski Cathedral is the largest Eastern Orthodox church in western Europe. The cathedral is dedicated to the Dormition of the Theotokos (the death of the Virgin Mary). The exterior, while moderately decorated, is still striking with its deep-red brick walls and green-gold onion domes. The interior starkly contrasts the exterior, richly adorned with chandeliers and an immense gold altarpiece. Shop like a local at Old Market Hall where the merchants sell everything from cheese, fish, vegetables, fruit, cakes, spices, souvenirs and more.
    Day 10 Tallinn Excursion
    Travel to Tallinn by ferry
    Tallinn guided sightseeing tour
    City Hall visitHermann TowerOld TownParliament
    Return to Helsinki by ferry
    Details: Tallinn guided sightseeing tour
    Take a tour of the capital city of Estonia on the banks of the Gulf of Finland. Walk through over 850 years of history in the narrow cobbled streets, old stone walls and towers of Tallinn’s Old Town and see the best preserved medieval town hall in Northern Europe.
    Day 11 End tour
    Tour Includes:
    • Round-trip airfare
    • 6 overnight stays (7 with extension) in hotels with private bathrooms
    • 1 overnight stay (2 with extension) in cabins on ferry
    • Full European breakfast daily
    • Dinner daily
    • Full-time services of a professional Tour Director
    • Visits to select attractions as per itinerary
    • Guided sightseeing tours and city walks as per itinerary
    • Tour Diary™
    • Note: On arrival day only dinner is provided; on departure day, only breakfast is provided
    • Note: Tour cost does not include airline-imposed baggage fees, or fees for any required passport or visa. Please visit our Fees FAQ page for a full list of items that may not be included in the cost of your tour.

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