Capitals of the North



Scandinavia is a phenomenal travel destination for those starry-eyed individuals who wish for unique experiences and unforgettable adventures. Copenhagen is your first stop, where a stroll through the streets will leave you mesmerized. Don’t forget to bike around the city for the ultimate local experience. All aboard the cruise to Oslo, Norway. Not only can you see the most beautiful fjords on earth but also the many palaces and forts of interest. Hop on the train to Stockholm from Oslo and arrive at the Swedish capital. Stockholm is a treat for sore eyes, generally known as beauty on water. Pick up some fascinating Viking souvenirs and bid adieu after having the time of your life.

  • On Day 1, you will arrive in Copenhagen, Denmark, a hub of art, food or fashion.
  • On Day 2, you can explore the many important sites in Copenhagen like the Little Mermaid status, Amalienborg Palace and Nyhavn.
  • On Day 3, you are free to spend the morning shopping for souvenirs or to take an optional tour of the Copenhagen canals. Later in the afternoon, you will board the DFDS cruise to Oslo.
  • On Day 4, you will arrive in Oslo and you can tour past the Royal Palace, Akershus Fortress and Vigelands Park.
  • On Day 5, make your way to Stockholm, the Venice of the North via train.
  • On Day 6, spend some time exploring the city of Stockholm.
  • On Day 7, prepare to depart to your home country.
Copenhagen (2), Ferry (1), Oslo (1), Stockholm (2)
Arrival (Copenhagen), Departure (Stockholm)



Arrive in Copenhagen

Welcome to Copenhagen, the capital of the kingdom of Denmark and transfer on your own to a hotel in the city centre. Whether it is art, food or fashion that you love, Copenhagen has it all.

Spend the rest of the day at your own leisure. Copenhagen holds the oldest amusement park, trendy shopping, incredible nightlife spots, historical palaces and museums. It boasts over 15 Michelin star restaurants and a plethora of eateries serving fresh, organic produce from their own greenhouses and farms. Visit the main street Strøget, which is Europe’s longest pedestrian-only street.

You will stay overnight in Copenhagen.


Explore Copenhagen

After a delicious breakfast at the hotel, you can proceed to visit some of the most famed sites in the city.

See the little mermaid statue, created by sculptor Edvard Eriksen as a tribute. Visit the Amalienborg Palace which is the residing place of the Royal Family. If you get a chance, you must experience the changing of the guard which takes place every day at 12 noon. Stroll around Nyhavn which translates to New Harbour. It is a 17th century canal when old wooden ships are still tied. On either side of the canal, are painted houses belonging to the 1600 and 1700s.

Copenhagen is one of the most bike-friendly cities. If time permits, rent a bike and feel what it is like to be a local.

You will stay overnight in Copenhagen.


Copenhagen to Oslo via Cruise

After breakfast at the hotel, the morning is free for you to either shop for souvenirs or simply relax.

Optionally, you may take a canal tour beginning at Nyhavn and explore the city of Copenhagen on the water.

Later in the afternoon, you will hop aboard the DFDS cruise to Oslo. Drink at an outdoor bar with a view of the stunning waters, enjoy some lip-smacking food at the many restaurants and relax on the cruise as you travel between Copenhagen and Oslo via a spectacular route.

You will stay overnight onboard the cruise, inside B-class cabin.


Explore Oslo

Welcome to Oslo, Norway! Not only is it surrounded by beautiful fjords and lush green forests, Oslo is also modern, relaxed and cosmopolitan. Upon arrival, you will disembark and be taken to your hotel in the city centre.

You can explore the Royal Palace which is the home of King Harald V and Queen Sonja. Another famous attraction is Akerhus fortress which speaks volumes about Norway’s history. With its ample greenery, it has become a place for public recreation. Vigelands Park is a great stopover point as it is the worlds largest sculpture park boasting over 200 sculptures made by Gustav Vigeland. In the centre of the city is Karl Johan’s street where you will find bars, night clubs, jazz bars and many cafes all sandwiched between shops, stores and hotels.

You will stay overnight in Oslo.


Oslo to Stockholm

After breakfast at the hotel, hop aboard a train to Stockholm. Stockholm is home to architectural wonders, superb restaurants, art and design galore. Upon arrival in Stockholm, you will make your way to your hotel for check in and are free to spend the rest of your day at leisure.

This is a great way to spend some time exploring the city at your own pace by walking through the streets and admiring everything it has to offer. How about you head to Drottninggatan - Queen Street? This pedestrian street runs for almost 2 kms and has many shops and boutiques that line its sides. Visit the historic spa, Centralbadet which has a gym, pool, sauna and various beauty treatments. Walk through Kungsgaten or King Street and Hötorget square.

You will stay overnight in Stockholm.


Explore Stockholm

After breakfast at the hotel, it is time to traverse through this incredible city.

Stockholm is referred to as a Beauty on Water or the Venice of the North. It is made up of 14 islands and is an incredibly pretty city. Visit Gamla Stand or Old Town. This island is drenched in history and its cobblestone streets and quaint buildings are sure to leave you charmed. It has both the Royal Palace as well as the Swedish Parliament which makes it a busy area but nonetheless scenic. There are several churches and museums here of interest which include the Nobel Museum, Stockholm Cathedral and the most important church Storkyrkan.

Our recommendation is to keep some time aside and visit the Vasa Museum. The Vasa is a well preserved 17th century ship and is a unique treasure. The ship sank during its voyage in Stockholm and was salvaged nearly 333 years later.

You will stay overnight in Stockholm.



After breakfast at the hotel, if time permits you may spend some time shopping for traditional Viking souvenirs. The tour ends and you must plan your own transport to the airport to catch your flight back home. Transfers can also be pre-booked.


What is included

  • 2 Nights accommodation in Copenhagen
  • 1 Night accommodation in Oslo
  • 2 Nights accommodation in Stockholm
  • Daily breakfast
  • 1 overnight on board DFDS Cruise from Copenhagen to Oslo (inside B cabins) with breakfast & dinner
  • Train from Oslo to Stockholm


What is excluded

  • Airfare, Visa, GST, Tips & surcharges


The best time to visit any of the Scandinavian countries would be during the summer months. It is both bustling and operates in full swing during the months of July to August. This period is the tourist season and sightseeing attractions are open. If you plan to travel during the shoulder season months which are late May, early June and September, the weather is apt with less crowd. Winter in Scandinavia can be harsh and brutal, and we would not recommend travelling during these months unless and until winter sports are high on your schedule. Many sights and accommodations can either be closed or open for a limited time.