Scandinavian Capitals

9 Nights/ 10 Days

  • Best time to visit

    Copenhagen attracts visitors all year round and is a bit of a law unto itself; as the intake peaks during July and August, the best times to visit the capital are May, early June and September, though you’ll find plenty going on throughout the year.The best time to visit Oslo is from May to August when the temperatures rise and there are surprisingly affordable room rates for the city.This is also the best time to experience some mild temperatures, which average in the mid-60s, but it can get chillier, so make sure to bring a coat.Like Stockholm, Oslo can experience nearly 24 hours of daylight, with the famous midnight sun usually appearing in June or July.

The name Scandinavia comes from the Skandage body of water that lies sandwiched between Norway, Sweden, and the Jutland peninsula of Denmark. Strictly speaking, the term covers only those three countries, but here we use it in its broader sense to cover all of Nordic Europe (Norden).


Denmark (Danish Krone / DKK)

Sweden (Swedish Krona / SEK)

Norway (Norwegian Krone / NOK)

Finland (Euro)

Official Languages

West Scandinavian languages (Norwegian, Faroese and Icelandic)

and East Scandinavian languages (Danish and Swedish)

Time Difference

Denmark,Sweden & Norway is 4.30 hrs behind India

Finland is 3.30 hrs behind India

Arrival in Copenhagen

Day 1

Arrive in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark. In this charming city one thousand years of history await you in the medieval streets; the same streets walked on by every generation of the world’s oldest royal family, the same streets and canals which have inspired artists for centuries and been home and workplace to meticulous craftsmen and famous designers.Overnight at hotel.


Day 2 & 3

Breakfast at the hotel. Two days at leisure to enjoy the cities many attractions and sights, such Tivoli, the statue of the Little Mermaid, the Gefion Fountain, the Royal Palace Amalienborg and more.

Copenhagen – Malmö (Train)

Day 4

After breakfast at the hotel, you will take the train to Malmö in Sweden and pick-up your rental car (not included). Then you will continue your journey north along the western coastline of Sweden to Gothenburg, Sweden’s second largest city and largest harbor. From Gothenburg the journey continues through the forests to Svinesund and the Norwegian border before reaching Oslo, the capital of Norway. Overnight at hotel.


Day 5 & 6

Breakfast at the hotel. Two days at leisure. The Norwegian capital is beautifully situated at the head of the Oslo Fjord and surrounded by forested ridges. Oslo offers many well know sights such as the Vigeland Sculpture Park, the Viking Ship Museum, and the Munch Museum. We Recommend the Oslo Panorama Sightseeing tour, a one and a half hour non-stop tour though the central parts of the city. Guiding on this tour is done in nine different languages.

Oslo – Stockholm (535 km)

Day 7

Breakfast at the hotel. Drive from Oslo headed southeast to the Swedish border crossing at Ørje. Continue towards Karlstad, located at the head of Sweden’s largest lake; Lake Vänern. From there the journey continues in eastern direction via Örebro and Eskilstuna to Stockholm, the capital of Sweden.Overnight at hotel.


Day 8 & 9

Breakfast at the hotel. Two days at leisure. Stockholm is built on 14 islands and you are never far from the water. Well-preserved medieval buildings stand alongside modern architecture, and just outside the city, the archipelago of 24,000 islands is waiting to be explored. Sights of interest are the Vasa Museum, Skansen Open Air Museum, City Hall, the Old Town (Gamla Stan) and much more. We recommend a sightseeing tour by buss or boat. Overnight at hotel.

Departure – Stockholm

Day 10

Breakfast at the hotel. Check out and proceed to the Airport to board your flight back home.

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