10 Days/9 Nights
Travel Type
Escorted Tour

Scandinavia and Finland may seem daunting, but in this escorted tour, explore all that these lands have to offer. Get ready for simple pleasures and unexpected delights in Denmark; In Norway, stroll lively neighbourhoods in Oslo and experience small town charm in Bergen; Discover a Sweden, where nature is always present, yet embraces innovation, and find your inner Finn in the “Happiest country in the World”


9-night accommodation in 4* hotels, and an overnight ferry in a double cabin with private bathroom (1 night Copenhagen, 1 nights Aarhus, 1 night Stavanger, 1 night Bergen, 1 night Oslo, 2 nights Stockholm, 1 night ferry from Sweden to Finland, 1 night Helsinki)
Daily buffet breakfast
Transportation by coach with English-speaking guide
Arrival and departure transfers
City tour in Copenhagen, Stockholm, and Oslo
Boat tickets: Songer Fjord / Suomenlinna Islands in Helsinki
Ferry tickets: Denmark to Norway (along the fjord coast of Norway) / Stockholm, Sweden to Turku, Finland
Funicular ticket at Mount Floyen in Bergen
Basic insurance


Flights – Meals other than breakfast – Drinks – Luggage handling – Optional excursions – All other items not mentioned in the Inclusions.

Additional Information

Guaranteed departures – 40 passengers maximum

All departures include basic insurance, which covers medical expenses in the event of illness or accidents, assistance, and early return.



Arrival in Copenhagen and transfer to the hotel and free time. You will be provided with the information required for the beginning of the trip in the afternoon; otherwise, the information will appear on the information panels at the hotel’s reception area.

Note: Hotel check-in time is usually at 2pm

Meals : No meals included

Accommodation : Copenhagen for 1 night


DAY 2 COPENHAGEN – ODENSE – AARHUS (approx. 315km)

After breakfast we start out on a comprehensive tour of the Danish capital; the largest of the Scandinavian cities is a city of contrasts: its popular “Tivoli”, Christianborg Palace, the terraces of Nyhavn, and The Little Mermaid. We will travel to the Jutland Peninsula, passing through pretty landscapes with hills and crossing the 20 km long bridge that connects Jutland to the island on which Copenhagen stands. Arrival in Odense, where you will have free time to explore and have lunch at leisure in this pleasant city, where you can visit its gothic cathedral and the house of Hans Christian Andersen. After lunch, depart for Aarhus, the Danish city with the second highest population, and check into the hotel. The rest of the evening is free.

Meals : Breakfast

Accommodation : Aarhus for 1 night



Breakfast at the hotel, then we set out for the northern part of Denmark, amidst attractive scenery to Hirsthals. You will tour this city and port before embarking on the modern ferry to cross the North Sea to Norway (the crossing takes approx. 3 hours). We land in Kristiansand and continue along Norway’s southern coastline and enjoy its stunning landscapes before arriving in Flekkefjord, a town on a fjord, with wooden houses and tiny restaurants. You will have time to explore before departing for Stavanger, a small, picturesque town that has an active port by the fjord, where you can enjoy free time exploring this beautiful lively city next to the sea.

Note: The times of the ferries between Denmark and Norway often vary depending on the month. Normally, you will have time to have lunch (not included) on the boat. We recommend you wear warm clothing for the crossing. Also, although in Norway, the currency used is the Norwegian Krone, in Scandinavian countries, cash is practically not used, payments are made using bank credit or debit cards.

Meals : Breakfast

Accommodation : Stavanger for 1 night


DAY 4 BERGEN (approx. 170km)

Upon leaving the city, we will stop at the ‘Swords in Rock’ monument, where we will be reminded of the Vikings, before continuing the very beautiful scenic tour. We follow the route going through tunnels, bridges and travel some stretches by boat to go along the fjord coast of Norway. One of its undersea tunnels is the deepest one in the world. This stage gets more relaxed and spectacular with its two boat trips. We will arrive in Bergen at around lunchtime. In Bergen, you will take a funicular ride to Mount Fløyen, which offers amazing views of the town and Bergen fjord. There will be some leisure time later to enjoy the lively atmosphere in the capital city of fjords!

Meals : Breakfast

Accommodation : Bergen for 1 night


DAY 5 SOGNEFJORD – OSLO (approx. 520km)

More fantastic landscapes today, images of Norway’s interior region fjords, glaciers, lakes, and forests. On the journey, we will make a stop at the beautiful 100m high Tvindefossen waterfall, also called Trollafossen or “Waterfall of the Trolls”, whose waters have a rejuvenating reputation. We arrive at Sognefjord, Norway’s largest fjord, and often considered the most beautiful one, where we will take a magnificent cruise between the cities of Gudvangen and Aurland; enjoy the stunning landscapes during this an hour and a half voyage, taking you near the impressive cliffs. We recommend having lunch on board. We continue our journey, crossing magnificent snow-covered landscapes, travelling through the Aurland Tunnel, considered the longest in the world and using innovative techniques to rest the eyes and avoid the monotony of the drivers, we will arrive to the Borgund medieval wooden church, possibly the best-preserved Norwegian church of the 12th century, where we will make a brief photo stop from the outside. We arrive in Oslo, where you will have free time to explore its port, main streets, and the artworks at Frognerparken

Meals : Breakfast

Accommodation : Oslo for 1 night


DAY 6 OSLO – OREBRO – STOCKHOLM (SWEDEN) (approx. 530km)

Oslo has been named the “European green capital”, and you will be able to enjoy a sightseeing tour with a local guide of the Norwegian capital; this city combines its vibrant modern architecture with its classic buildings, a magnificent landscape environment and large parks with sculptures. After the visit, you will have leisure time until departure for Sweden, with its impressive lakes, dense forests. The next stop is Orebro, a town next to a beautiful lake with a castle and charming historic center, where you will have time for a stroll. Continue to Stockholm in the evening and check into your hotel.

Meals : Breakfast

Accommodation : Stockholm for 2 nights



After breakfast at the hotel, we will begin a sightseeing tour of this gorgeous capital city, built on 14 interconnected islands. Water is everywhere. We will visit Gamla Stand or the “City between the Bridges”, the old quarter of the city, full of life, where many monumental buildings such as the Nobel Museum sit alongside the main square of Stortorget, paying tribute to the winners of the Nobel Prizes, the Cathedral, and the Royal Palace. If possible, we will enjoy a pretty view from the Fjällgatan viewpoint, and then leisure time. We recommend visiting some the museums and parks. In the afternoon, we suggest a visit to the Town Hall and the Royal Ship Vasa Museum.

Meals : Breakfast

7 - 8


Enjoy a free day of leisure in Stockholm. In the evening, transfer to the port of Stockholm to embark on the modern ferry to Turku, Finland. On the ship, you will find restaurants, bars, a nightclub, a casino, and shops. The ship leaves at approx. 7:30PM. We recommend the deck of the ship when leaving Stockholm to admire the city’s beautiful islands.

Note: Carry your passport with you and prepare hand luggage (your suitcase will remain on the coach).

Meals : Breakfast

Accommodation : Overnight ferry to Finland


DAY 9 TURKU – NAANTALI – HELSINKI (approx. 195km)

As we arrive to Finland, we recommend going to the ship’s deck for sunrise, enjoy mesmerizing landscapes from the sea as we sail along Aland Islands, hundreds of islands covered by forests. We disembark in Turku, where you will have time to walk around the city, where you will find with strong Swedish influences. We continue our journey to the neighboring city of Naantali, a picturesque town with wooden houses next to the sea. Next, we move on until we arrive in Helsinki at around lunchtime. In the afternoon, enjoy leisure time where you will be able to explore the city, with its old market, buildings with Russian influence and churches.

Note: In Finland, the currency used is the euro; if you have Swedish Crowns, there are convenient exchange offices on the ship

Meals : Breakfast

Accommodation : Helsinki for 1 night



Depending on what time your flight time is, in the morning, enjoy a boat trip to Suomenlinna Islands, a group of islands where you can admire a great fortress that used to protect the sea entry to the city, and declared a World Heritage Site. Take time to walk around; it is possible to cross the islands through small pedestrian bridges. Free time in the afternoon - your guide will accompany you to the islands and advise you on the leisure possibilities. You will have a return ticket, having the opportunity to decide how long you wish to stay on this beautiful archipelago.
Transfer to the airport for your return flight home.

Meals : Breakfast

Rates in CA$, per person, starting from – Land Portion

Guaranteed Departure Dates – 2024
(every Wednesday)
Double Occupancy Single Occupancy
April 17, 24
May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
June 5, 12, 19, 26
September 4, 11, 18, 25
October 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
3210 4520
July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
August 7, 14, 21, 28
3200 4515

Tour Code: EU

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From Copenhagen to Helsinki – detailed itinerary
From Copenhagen to Helsinki – detailed itinerary