Family Friendly Nordic Getaway (Reykjavik - Oslo - Copenhagen - Stockholm - Helsinki)
❮Family Friendly Nordic Getaway (Reykjavik - Oslo - Copenhagen - Stockholm - Helsinki)
This 14 night sample itinerary includes:
- Flight into Reykjavik and out of Helskinki
- Hotel for 3 nights in Reykjavik
- Flight from Reykjavik to Oslo
- Hotel for 2 nights in Oslo
- Flight from Oslo to Copenhagen
- Hotel for 3 nights in Copenhagen
- Train from Copenhagen to Stockholm
- Hotel for 3 nights in Stockholm
- Flight from Stockholm to Helsinki
- Hotel for 3 nights in Helsinki
Sample of Included Tours:
- Guided City Tour in Reykjavik
- Guided City Tour in Oslo
- Copenhagen Hop on Hop Off Ticket
- Tivoli Gardens Ticket in Copenhagen
- Old Town Tour in Stockholm
- Viking History Tour in Stockholm
- Helsinki Hop on Hop Off Tour
- Visit to the National Park from Helsinki
Your price will only include confirmed available tours; if an included tour becomes unavailable there may be alternate options available at an additional cost.
The popular Nordic capitals of Reykjavik, Oslo, Copenhagen, Stockholm and Helsinki are rich in history, culture, and fun for all ages. Enjoy informative tours, explore the cities on your own, visit a National Park and have fun at the famous Tivoli Gardens. If you're looking for a family getaway, this flexible vacation package is built for you. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.
ReykjavikDay 4Departing from Reykjavik
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
CopenhagenDay 9Departing from Copenhagen
Transportation to next city by: Train - Copenhagen to Stockholm
StockholmDay 12Departing from Stockholm
Transportation to next city by: Regional Air
Warm-hearted, fun loving and free-spirited, Denmark is a traveler's delight. The smallest and most southern of the Scandinavian countries, Denmark offers an interesting mix of lively cities and rural countryside. Ancient castles, ring forts, jazz festivals, the sleekest modern design you'll ever see and the people who invented Lego. Denmark's ancient past almost tells its own story with its barrows, country manors, churches, well-preserved market towns and modern architecture. In Denmark you will find that the distances are short and this makes it possible to combine it all.
Norway is a country of contrasts, with scenery so varied it never ceases to amaze. In summertime it is the land of the Midnight Sun; in winter, the land of the Northern Lights. Norway is a land of tradition, exemplified by its rustic stave churches and its folk dances. But Norway is also modern. This technologically advanced nation is rich in petroleum and hydroelectric energy. One of the last great natural frontiers of the world, Norway invites exploration, with its steep and jagged fjords, salmon-filled rivers, glaciers, mountains, and meadows. In the winter, the shimmering aurora borealis (northern lights) are the lure, before giving way to the midnight sun of summer.
The third largest country in Western Europe, Sweden presents visitors with countless lakes and waterways, surrounded by vast pine and spruce forests in the north, mixed with romantic oak, birch and other leafy forests further south. The country offers blood-boiling rapids, soothing streams and wakeboarding waves. And there is so much more - from the Höganäs ceramics of western Skåne in the south, to the finely carved wood, bone and textile handicrafts of the Sami people in northern Lapland - and all the provinces in between, with their countless workshops full of weavers and spinners, gold and silver smiths, stonemasons, woodcarvers and much more.
Finland is perhaps best known for its peacefulness and beautiful nature. During the months of the midnight sun, coastal regions are a sailing and fishing paradise. Inland, the largest unspoiled wilderness in Europe attracts thousands of trekkers every year. In the south, the capital Helsinki is a paradise for lovers of art and architecture. Finland offers visitors a tremendous variety of sights and experiences, everything from sophisticated Helsinki to magnificent islands and lakes, wilderness adventures, reindeer safaris, dog sledding, and more.
This mid-Atlantic island is the nearest European neighbor to the U.S. An entirely improbable land at the top of the world, Iceland contains (among other things) a visible line separating two continents, glaciers covering volcanoes, thirty-foot-high exploding gouts of hot water, the landscape used by NASA to represent the Moon, people speaking ancient Norse, a town entirely overrun by elves, and days when the sun never goes down. Play golf at midnight because the sun never sets in summer. Fly to the Westmann Islands and visit some of the 10 million puffins that live there. And say hello to Keiko, the world's most famous killer whale.
Reykjavik offers an interesting mix of cosmopolitan culture and local village roots. A beautiful salmon river runs through the city limits, and so do fine parks and even wild outdoor areas. But against this backdrop of nature, Reykjavik has a packed program of familiar city joys too: art museums, theaters, an opera house, a symphony orchestra and concerts/live music spanning the whole spectrum of age and taste. One must for all visitors is dining out on Icelandic specialties, including delicious seafood. Reykjavik is one of Europes` hottest nightspots, where the action of the friendly pub and nightlife scene lasts right through the night. Visit the Icelandic National Museum, the Blue Lagoon, Reykjavik Art Museum, Laugardalur Park, Halsgrimkirkja, Sun Voyager, the Perlan, and so much more!
Oslo is tucked away at the end of one of Norway's most spectacular fjords offering history, culture, and adventure set against one of the world's most scenic backdrops. The Scandinavian capital city is refined and laid-back with numerous museums, a diverse world-renowned music scene, spectacular parks, urban districts, and a well-developed array of shops, restaurants, and bars. As most sights are within walking distance of each other, you can leave your car behind. Oslo City Hall is located in the city center only a few hundred meters from the city's main street and overlooks Oslo Fjord filled with moored pleasure craft, shrimp trawlers, cruise ships, charter boats and ferries to all the islands. In addition, each quarter of the city has an unusual atmosphere all worth visiting. Explore Vigeland Park, National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Kon-Tiki Museum, Munch Museum, Akershus Castle and Fortress, Aker Brygge, Akershus Fortress, Akershus Castle and Fortress, and so much more!
Copenhagen is one of the worlds' great walking cities. A cozy European capital, its's filled with stunning architecture - classic and modern, historic sites, world class museums, and some of the best shopping and dining in Europe. No matter what your interests, Copenhagen has a whole lot of sightseeing and entertainment to offer. The graceful statue of Hans Christian Andersen's Little Mermaid, Tivoli Gardens, a charming all ages 'Pleasure Park' in the heart of the city, the Danish crown jewels at Rosenborg Palace, shops on Stroget, eclectic art and antiquities collections at Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Botanic Gardens, and other many beautiful parks. Visit the Tivoli Gardens, Nyhavn Harbor, Rosenborg Castle, Rundetaarn, Amalienborg, Stroget, Frederiks Church, Langelinie, and so much more!
Built on 14 islands around one of Europe's largest and best-preserved medieval city centers, Stockholm is superbly positioned, with stunning and extremely varied scenery in every direction. To the west, Lake Malaren branches out among lush, idyllic landscapes. To the east the magnificent Stockholm archipelago stretches seaward, an enchanting maritime world of more than 24,000 islands and islets. The Old Town is particularly spectacular, and walking around the city's waterways and parks is a glorious way to spend a weeklong stretch of European summer. Visit Gamla Stan (Old Town), Vasa Museum, Djurgarden, Skansen Open-Air Museum, The Royal Palace (Sveriges Kungahus), Fotografiska, The City Hall (Stadshuset), Moderna Museet, Royal National City Park, Östermalm, SkyView: The Globe, and so much more.
Surrounded by water on three sides and fringed by islands, Helsinki grew up around a natural harbor overlooking the Gulf of Finland. A city of wide streets, squares, and parks, adorned with sculpture, Helsinki was one of the world's first planned municipalities and is noted for its 19th-century neoclassical architecture. It is a city of bustling, colorful market squares and halls, of outdoor summer concerts and sports events, of seaside parks, of excellent cafes and restaurants and cutting-edge art in fine museums. It is also a pleasantly compact city, with many of the attractions in the central districts, within easy reach of one another. Visit Suomenlinna, Helsinki Cathedral, Esplanadi, Temppeliaukio Church, Seurasaari Island, Uspenski Cathedral, Old Market Hall, Urban Sauna Visit, Linnanmaki, and so much more!
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Visit the Icelandic National Museum, the Blue Lagoon, Reykjavik Art Museum, Laugardalur Park, Halsgrimkirkja, Sun Voyager, the Perlan, and so much more!
Explore Vigeland Park, National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Kon-Tiki Museum, Munch Museum, Akershus Castle and Fortress, Aker Brygge, Akershus Fortress, Akershus Castle and Fortress, and so much more!
Visit the Tivoli Gardens, Nyhavn Harbor, Rosenborg Castle, Rundetaarn, Amalienborg, Stroget, Frederiks Church, Langelinie, and so much more!
Visit Gamla Stan (Old Town), Vasa Museum, Djurgarden, Skansen Open-Air Museum, The Royal Palace (Sveriges Kungahus), Fotografiska, The City Hall (Stadshuset), Moderna Museet, Royal National City Park, Östermalm, SkyView: The Globe, and so much more.
Visit Suomenlinna, Helsinki Cathedral, Esplanadi, Temppeliaukio Church, Seurasaari Island, Uspenski Cathedral, Old Market Hall, Urban Sauna Visit, Linnanmaki, and so much more!