Scandinavia is a large region of northern Europe that is predominantly made up of the Scandinavian Peninsula. This peninsula contains the countries of Norway and Sweden. Neighbouring Denmark and Finland, as well as Iceland, are also considered to be part of this region.
Copenhagen is the capital city of Denmark and a cultural, administrative and financial centre. Copenhagen is famous for many things, one of its accolades being that it is an extremely bicycle-friendly city. It is the most populated city of Denmark and historically has strong ties with its Nordic neighbours - Norway and Sweden. It is also the cultural centre of not just Denmark but the other Scandinavian countries like Sweden and Norway. Extremely tourist friendly, Copenhagen has something for everyone to enjoy - from parks and palaces to bars and pubs by the harbour, to slow cruises through its canals, to visiting its many museums and cultural institutions.
What is included in the tour
- Return economy class airfare with taxes on flights envisaged or similar
- Overseas travel insurance (for travellers up to 55 years of age)
- Hotel accommodation
- Schengen Visa
- Continental buffet breakfast
- Meals (as specified in the itinerary)
What is NOT included in the tour
- Items of personal nature viz, drinks, laundry, calls, etc.
- Meals other than specified in the itinerary.
- Any increase in the airafe, fuel surcharge taxes charged by the airlines before the issucne of flight tickets shall be charged extra irrespective of the booking date (Airfare & taxes currently calculated as on jan '18)
- Cost of extension or devaition of air ticket as per actual at the time of ticketing
- Events or Trade Fair surcharges might be applicable on specific departure dates
- Optional Tours
- Porterage at Hotels, Airports and Seaports
- Anything not mentioned in inclusions
- GST OF 5% ON TOTAL PACKAGE.
Day 1 - Copenhagen
"Arrival in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark. Copenhagen is known for its excellent taste in architecture, décor, fashion and food. Mixing the playful, enterprising spirit with the city’s stunning architectural beauty, from the royal castles to the pretty canals and characteristic brick buildings as well as its rich cultural heritage, and you have a city worth exploring for many reasons!
Upon arrival, you shall be transferred to the city for delicious dinner in Indian Restaurant. Later, transfer to Hotel. Spend some time to see the charm of Copenhagen on your own. Spend comfortable overnight in the city."
Day 2 - Copenhagen
"Enjoy delicious breakfast in the Hotel. Proceed for a orientation tour of Copenhagen. See the stunning Amalienborg Palace, the official residence of Danish Monarch. Admire impressive monuments like Gefion Fountain . This fountain was donated to the city by the Carlsberg Foundation on occasion of the brewery’s 50th anniversary.
Recognise Denmark’s most iconic attraction – The Little Mermaid, sitting on a rock. Hear of how the cultural symbol is based on Hans Christian Anderson’s timeless tale of the same name.
Continue to see The City Hall Square, one of the main squares of the city. This is also where the famous shopping street, Stroget, begins. Pass through gorgeous Christiansborg Palace, located on the tiny island of Slotsholmen, containing the Danish Parliament, Supreme Court and Ministry of State. Parts of the Palace are used by the Royal Family for various functions and events.
As you continue to see Copenhagen’s thriving harbor and feast your eyes on an architectural mélange of colorful buildings and metropolitan structures, you shall also see the Stock Exchange which dates back to 1625 and is one of the oldest buildings of the city.
After an eventful day, enjoy sumptuous dinner in Indian restaurant. Return to your hotel for overnight stay."
Day 3 - Copenhagen to Oslo
"Today, after breakfast in the Hotel, check out and proceed to your journey to Oslo., the capital city of Norway.
Welcome to Oslo. Upon arrival, get transferred to your hotel. Surrounded by mountains and sea, this compact, cultured city is one of Europe’s fastest growing capital. It has earned the honour of being named European Green Capital via the lowest carbon footprints, excellent public transport, city planning emphasising pedestrians and a real commitment to sustainable green space.
Oslo celebrated its 1000 year anniversary in the year 2000. Until 1814, it was known as Christiania after the Danish-Norwegian king. The city is beautifully situated at the head of Oslo Fjord surrounded by forested ridges, and this very location gives Oslo unexpected qualities for a national capital.
In the evening, enjoy delicious Dinner in Indian Restaurant. Check in to Hotel and spend comfortable overnight."
Day 4 - Oslo
"After a continental breakfast, proceed on orientation tour of Oslo. Relax as you travel and witness Oslo’s culture and sights. Pass by Frogner Park, one of the largest parks in the city and a popular recreational area. Drive past the main street of Oslo called Karl Johans Gate, named in honour of King Charles John.
Continue to see Oslo City Hall, the city’s administrative body and seat of the City Council. The building has been decorated by great Norwegian art from 1900 – 1950 with motifs from Norwegian history, culture and working life. Admire the Royal Palace, built in neo classical style and a concrete symbol of Norwegian history since 1814. This is where the daily work of the monarchy is conducted and where the King and Queen live.
Visit the Akershus Fortress for a deeper insight into Oslo’s history. This medieval castle, completed in 1300, was modernised and converted into a Renaissance Castle and Royal residence.
In the evening, enjoy delicious Dinner in Indian restaurant after which you shall be transferred to your hotel for overnight stay."
Day 5 - Oslo to Stockholm
"After a continental breakfast at the hotel, we proceed to Stockholm, known as the Capital of Scandinavia. On arrival in Stockholm you are transferred to your hotel. Spend the time at your own leisure to discover Stockholm.
The cultural, political and economic capital of Sweden, Stockholm is a modern city set among the cobblestoned streets of the Old Town, with many buildings dating back to 1700s. As one of the most exciting, dynamic and cosmopolitan European capitals, Stockholm offers an array of options and experience.
At the end of the day, enjoy home-style dinner at an Indian restaurant after which you can retire to your hotel in Stockholm for an overnight stay."
Day 6 - Stockholm
"Enjoy sumptuous breakfast in the Hotel. Proceed on an orientation tour of Stockholm, providing you exciting information about the most famous buildings and views. First stop would be the City Hall with its spire featuring the golden Three Crowns. The great Nobel banquet is held at the City Hall.
Make your way further to see the Royal Palace, one of the largest Palaces in Europe. It is the royal residence of King of Sweden with over 600 rooms.
No trip to Stockholm is complete without visiting Gamla Stan, the Old Town – one of the largest and best preserved medieval centres in Europe. This is where Stockholm was founded in 1952."
Day 7 - Stockholm
"This day marks the end of a fabulous vacation. Check out from your hotel before you head to the airport for your flight back home."