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This exciting Europe Tour Package will begin with one of the beautiful city of Sweden “Copenhagen Land” in the Danish capital. The Clarion Copenhagen is situated only 4 kilometers from the beautiful Copenhagen city center and blends expert service with state-of-the-art facilities to provide guests with a memorable stay.


You can also book this europe tour packages from Delhi & Europe tour packages from Mumbai. Copenhagen A professional guide leads this morning’s sightseeing tour of Copenhagen, the city of Hans Christian Andersen. See the historic harborfront region and the statue of the Little Mermaid, as well as Christiansborg Palace (seat of the Danish Parliament), Rosenborg Castle, the old stock exchange, and the Royal Theatre (home of the famous Royal Danish Ballet).


Copenhagen Today is free for you to enjoy Copenhagen Tour at your leisure. Consider a visit to Tivoli Gardens, with its scenic landscapes, rides and cafés. Alternatively, follow in the footsteps of Hamlet on today’s optional excursion to Elsinore and Kronborg Castle. (B) Excursion to Elsinore:Elsinore Delve into the Danish countryside for a visit to Elsinore, one of Denmark's oldest towns and setting for Shakespeare's tragedy Hamlet.


This Sweden Tourism also includes Cruise to Oslo Spend a free morning in Copenhagen, where you can enjoy a stroll through the many pedestrian streets, including Stroget. Alternatively, join an optional excursion to the towns of Roskilde and Dragor. This evening, board your overnight ferry to Oslo: The Denmark to Norway ferry service connects Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark with Oslo, the capital of Norway. You will travel on one of DFDS Seaways' finest cruise ferries, the M.S. Crown or the M.S. Pearl of Scandinavia. 3 stars. Excursion to Roskilde. Leaving Copenhagen, head west to the ancient town of Roskilde, formerly the capital of Denmark. Visit the impressive Viking Museum before continuing on to the prosperous shipping town of Dragor. Here, you’ll have free time. You might wish to take advantage of the village’s plentiful shopping opportunities or take a leisurely stroll along the quaint and unspoiled harbor front, where fishermen haul in their daily catch just as they did in centuries past.


Oslo Tour: Arrive in Oslo in time for a guided sightseeing tour. See the unusual Vigeland sculptures in Frogner Park. Then visit the Kon Tiki Museum and the Viking Museum. The Clarion Hotel Royal Christiania, located in the heart of Oslo, is one of the city's most modern and comfortable first-class hotels. It is close to all of Oslo Tours major tourist attractions and shopping.

Oslo & the Norweigan Fjords Enjoy a free day in Oslo or travel by boat to the spectacular scenery of the Norwegian fjords on a full-day optional excursion. (B) Excursion: $239. Explore Norway’s beautiful fjords. In Flam, board a cruise that takes you to Gudvangen. Lunch is included during your cruise, which takes you by some of Scandinavia’s most stunning scenery.


Stockholm Travel across the countryside to Stockholm, a city that gracefully balances its loyalty to cultural tradition with its affection for modern innovation.

Stockholm On today’s sightseeing best Europe packages, pass through the cobbled Gamla Stan (Old Town) and visit the Town Hall, site of the annual Nobel Prize festivities. Then head to the island of Djurgården for a tour of the museum housing the Vasa warship, which sank in Stockholm’s harbor on its maiden voyage in 1628. The rest of the day is free for you to explore Stockholm on your own. Tonight, sample Scandinavian seafood at our optional Archipelago Dinner. First, take a romantic boat cruise to the surrounding islands, then dock at one of Sweden’s most famous seafood restaurants, dating back to the 17th century. Enjoy the very best of Swedish delicacies as you dine by the sea.

Stockholm Spend a free day in Stockholm, or join our optional Historic Sweden excursion to the ancient cities of Uppsala and Sigtuna. The ancient city of Uppsala is considered to be the very birthplace of Sweden. In addition to the tombs of the first Swedish kings in Old Uppsala, the city also hosts a 400-year-old castle, a coronation hall, an 800-year-old Gothic cathedral and Scandinavia’s oldest university. A guided tour provides an in-depth look at all of these landmarks as well as the University Museum, whose exhibits pay tribute to famous Swedish scholars, including Celsius and Linneus. Then continue to the 1,000-year-old city of Sigtuna, established by Sweden’s first Christian king. Many runic stones, church ruins and remains of a 1,000-year-old town plan are evidence of its former greatness.


Cruise to Finland Tour Join an optional excursion to Drottningholm. A glittering royal palace that stands on an island in Lake Mälaren, this is the world’s largest inhabited royal residence. This evening, board your overnight cruise to Finland. Viking Line Ferry, 3 stars. The Viking Line Ferry offers something for everyone. In the evening, enjoy live entertainment and a delicious dinner. All cabins have a toilet, shower, radio and air conditioning. Drottningholm .Set elegantly on Lovön Island in tranquil Lake Mälaren, the gracious 17th-century Palace of 

Drottningholm hearkens back to the opulence of a bygone age. The magnificence of this royal residence, still the permanent residence of Swedish royalty, rivals that of Versailles. The tour includes the resplendent rococo interiors and sweeping gardens. Later, you may wish to explore the fascinating Court Theatre, with its original 18th-century stage sets.


Helsinki A sightseeing guide meets you as you dock in Helsinki Tour . On your tour of the Finnish capital, see the red-granite Parliament building, Senate Square, Sibelius Park, and Temppeliaukio Church, carved out of a rocky hillside. Your afternoon is free to visit the outdoor marketplace or the National Museum.


Helsinki or Tallin Travel to the new republic of Estonia on today’s full-day optional excursion. Here you’ll have a tour of Tallinn, a delightful city of medieval architecture and winding lanes. Cruise across the gulf to Estonia, the northernmost of the Baltic Tour countries. Your destination is Tallinn, a bustling port city dominated by towering Toompea Hill. Highlights you can explore include the Raekojaplats, or town square, boasting the only Gothic town hall in northern Cheap Europe Tour Packages; the town church, also dating from the 14th century; the national museum, devoted to Estonia’s fascinating history; and the many shops selling fine handicrafts. Please note: This excursion requires advance reservations and must be booked prior to your final payment deadline. Non-U.S. citizens who plan to visit Tallinn should check on entry requirements for Estonia in advance of their trip.

Itinerary

  • Day 1-2

    Fly to Copenhagen Land in the Danish capital for your Europe Tour, where your Go Ahead representative greets you upon arrival and accompanies you to your hotel. You’ll meet the rest of your Sweden tour group at an included dinner this evening. Accommodations: Clarion Copenhagen, 3 stars. The Clarion Copenhagen is situated only 4 kilometers from the beautiful Copenhagen city center and blends expert service with state-of-the-art facilities to provide guests with a memorable stay. Each of the hotel's rooms is well equipped with a television, clock radio and hairdryer. In addition, the property also features a cocktail lounge, room service, and restaurants.

  • Day 3

    Europe Tour Begins with A professional guide leads this morning’s sightseeing Copenhagen tour, the city of Hans Christian Andersen. See the historic harborfront region and the statue of the Little Mermaid, as well as Christiansborg Palace (seat of the Danish Parliament), Rosenborg Castle, the old stock exchange, and the Royal Theatre (home of the famous Royal Danish Ballet).

  • Day 4

    Copenhagen Today is free for you to enjoy Copenhagen tour at your leisure. Consider a visit to Tivoli Gardens, with its scenic landscapes, rides and cafés. Alternatively, follow in the footsteps of Hamlet on today’s optional excursion to Elsinore and Kronborg Castle. (B) Excursion to Elsinore. Elsinore Delve into the Danish countryside for a visit to Elsinore, one of Denmark's oldest towns and setting for Shakespeare's tragedy Hamlet.

  • Day 5

    Cruise from Copenhagen to Oslo Spend a free morning in Copenhagen, where you can enjoy a stroll through the many pedestrian streets, including Strøget. Alternatively, join an optional excursion to the towns of Roskilde and Dragør. This evening, board your overnight ferry to Oslo. Accommodations: The Denmark to Norway ferry service connects Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark with Oslo, the capital of Norway. You will travel on one of DFDS Seaways' finest cruise ferries, the M.S. Crown or the M.S. Pearl of Scandinavia. 3 stars. Excursion to Roskilde. Leaving Copenhagen, head west to the ancient town of Roskilde, formerly the capital of Denmark. Visit the impressive Viking Museum before continuing on to the prosperous shipping town of Dragør. Here, you’ll have free time. You might wish to take advantage of the village’s plentiful shopping opportunities or take a leisurely stroll along the quaint and unspoiled harbor front, where fishermen haul in their daily catch just as they did in centuries past.

  • Day 6

    Oslo Tour starts Arrive in Oslo in time for a guided sightseeing tour. See the unusual Vigeland sculptures in Frogner Park. Then visit the Kon Tiki Museum and the Viking Museum. Accommodations: Clarion Hotel Royal Christiania, 4 stars. The Clarion Hotel Royal Christiania, located in the heart of Oslo, is one of the city's most modern and comfortable first-class hotels. It is close to all of Oslo's major tourist attractions and shopping. The hotel's interior was inspired by Feng Shui where the emphasis is on harmony and well-being. All rooms have a work desk, minibar, cable TV with in-house digital movies, wireless LAN and high-speed Internet access. The hotel has a well-appointed spa and fitness center for treatments for face and body, training equipment, a swimming pool, sauna, and steam bath.

  • Day 7

    Oslo & the Norweigan Fjords Enjoy a free day in Oslo or travel by boat to the spectacular scenery of the Norwegian fjords on a full-day optional excursion. Excursion. Explore Norway’s beautiful fjords. In Flåm, board a cruise that takes you to Gudvangen. Lunch is included during your cruise, which takes you by some of Scandinavian Trip’s most stunning scenery.

  • Day 8

    Stockholm Travel across the countryside to Stockholm, a city that gracefully balances its loyalty to cultural tradition with its affection for modern innovation. Accommodations: Elite Palace Hotel, 3 stars. Elite Palace Hotel is situated in Vasastan, one of the most picturesque regions in central Stockholm. The hotel guests can enjoy the closeness to all city attractions while still in a peaceful environment. The hotel has 215 nicely decorated rooms that are comfortable, well furnished and equipped with a host of modern amenities. At the hotel, you may enjoy delicious meals in the hotel restaurant Tabla. The Bishop’s Arms invites you to exciting taste experiences, as it organizes exclusive beer and whiskey tastings. For relaxation and recreation, the hotel is pleased to offer a sauna department, the Palace Spa Relax, and the Elite Nautilus gym.

  • Day 9

    Stockholm On today’s sightseeing tour, pass through the cobbled Gamla Stan (Old Town) and visit the Town Hall, site of the annual Nobel Prize festivities. Then head to the island of Djurgården for a tour of the museum housing the Vasa warship, which sank in Stockholm’s harbor.The rest of the day is free for you to explore Stockholm on your own. Tonight, sample Scandinavian seafood at our optional Archipelago Dinner.Archipelago Dinner. Tonight, sample Scandinavian tastes (seafood lovers rejoice) at a special Archipelago Dinner among the islands of Stockholm. First, take a romantic boat cruise to the surrounding islands, then dock at one of Sweden’s most famous seafood restaurants, dating back to the 17th century. Enjoy the very best of Swedish delicacies as you dine by the sea.

  • Day 10

    Stockholm Spend a free day in Stockholm, or join our optional Historic Sweden Tour excursion to the ancient cities of Uppsala and Sigtuna. Historic Sweden:. The ancient city of Uppsala is considered to be the very birthplace of Sweden. In addition to the tombs of the first Swedish kings in Old Uppsala, the city also hosts a 400-year-old castle, a coronation hall, an 800-year-old Gothic cathedral and Scandinavia’s oldest university. A guided tour provides an in-depth look at all of these landmarks as well as the University Museum, whose exhibits pay tribute to famous Swedish scholars, including Celsius and Linneus. Then continue to the 1,000-year-old city of Sigtuna, established by Sweden’s first Christian king. Many runic stones, church ruins and remains of a 1,000-year-old town plan are evidence of its former greatness.

  • Day 11

    Cruise to Finland Tour Join an optional excursion to Drottningholm. A glittering royal palace that stands on an island in Lake Mälaren This evening, board your overnight cruise to Finland. Accommodations: Viking Line Ferry, 3 stars. In the evening, enjoy live entertainment and a delicious dinner. All cabins have a toilet, shower, radio and air conditioning. Drottningholm Excursion:. Set elegantly on Lovön Island in tranquil Lake Mälaren, the gracious 17th-century Palace of Drottningholm hearkens back to the opulence of a bygone age. The magnificence of this royal residence, still the permanent residence of Swedish royalty, rivals that of Versailles. The tour includes the resplendent rococo interiors and sweeping gardens. Later, you may wish to explore the fascinating Court Theatre.

  • Day 12

    Helsinki Tour A sightseeing guide meets you as you dock in Helsinki. On your tour of the Finnish capital, see the red-granite Parliament building, Senate Square, Sibelius Park, and Temppeliaukio Church, carved out of a rocky hillside. Your afternoon is free to visit the outdoor marketplace or the National Museum. Nestled right by the sea in the city center, the Radisson SAS Seaside Hotel is a great choice for travelers on holiday. A former dairy laboratory and cheese factory, the hotel has a rich and storied history, visible in the pillars in the older part of the building and the paintings of cheese and mice scattered throughout the hotel. Each of its guest rooms comes with all the amenities, including free broadband internet access.

  • Day 13

    Helsinki Tour Tallinn Travel to the new republic of Estonia on today’s full-day optional excursion. Here you’ll have a tour of Tallinn, a delightful city of medieval architecture and winding lanes. Tallinn Excursion. Cruise across the gulf to Estonia, the northernmost of the Baltic Tour countries. Your destination is Tallinn, a bustling port city dominated by towering Toompea Hill. Highlights you can explore include the Raekoja Plats, or town square, boasting the only Gothic town hall in northern Europe; the town church, also dating from the 14th century; the national museum, devoted to Estonia’s fascinating history; and the many shops selling fine handicrafts. Please note: This excursion requires advance reservations and must be booked prior to your final payment deadline. Non-U.S. citizens who plan to visit Tallinn should check on entry requirements for Estonia in advance of their trip.

  • Day 14

    Fly home Board your flight home; or continue on to St. Petersburg for our tour extension & your Europe Tour Ends.

What's included

  • Hotel Accommodation
  • Daily breakfast
  • English speaking guides
  • Airport transfers
  • A/C Car with all state tax

What's excluded

  • Airfares
  • Visa Fee
  • Entrance fees
  • Entrance fees Airport taxes
  • Personal Expenditure

Highlights

  • Copenhagen Land
  • Christiansborg Palace
  • Denmark's oldest towns
  • Viking Museum
  • Oslo
  • Stockholm
  • Finland Join

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