Scandinavian Capitals(Helsinki,Stockholm & Copenhagen, Oslo


DAY 1.Helsinki.You are met on arrival in Helsinki, and taken to your hotel. Enjoy an afternoon and evening at leisure to relax or explore the city.Accomodation Hotel Kamp

Day 2.Helsinki.Your three‐hour tour this morning covers the highlights of the city including Senate Square, designed in the neoclassical style by Carl Ludvig Engel in the mid 1800’s. It’s surrounded by the Government Palace, the main building of the University, the enormous Helsinki Cathedral and Sederholm House, the oldest stone building in Helsinki. 

See the Presidential Palace, the Parliament building and the modern City Hall and Finlandia Hall. Visit the monument for Finnish composer Jean Sibelius, and tour Temppeliaukio Church, quarried out of the natural bedrock with a design that gives it excellent acoustics."

Day will take a short domestic flight to Ivalo, inside the Arctic Circle. Here you will find Kakslauttanen, a perfect base to enjoy a multitude of active adventures in the winter or summer.Spend three nights here.Kakslauttanen is famous for its Glass Igloos, where you can spend a night and hopefully see the Northern Lights. Seen from late August to April, it is something you will not forget (although do note that they don’t appear every night). The Glass Igloos are split between East and West Village and come with simple bathrooms (some have showers) and basic furnishings. Lie back and look up! Some guests like to retain a log-cabin at the same time so you can leave bags and have access to a hot shower when you want.Accomodation Kakslauttanen

Day 6.Stockholm.This morning you are taken to the airport for your flight to Sweden. On arrival in Stockholm, you are taken directly to your hotel in the center of the city. Stockholm is very scenic, with shimmering waterways and a myriad of bridges connecting the 14 islands that make up the city. The rest of the day is at your leisure to relax or explore.Accomodation Grand Hotel Stockholm

Day 7.Stockholm.Today enjoy a panoramic tour of this 700‐year‐old city. Visit the wealthy Ostermalm District, the central city areas of Hötorget and Sergel Plaza, and the Renaissance‐styled Royal Palace. Explore the Kungsholmen district with its 18th to 20th century buildings, including City Hall, where the Nobel Prize Award dinners are held. Next, drive to the southern shore of Saltsjön island for a view of the city from the top of picturesque Fjällgatan Street. Continue to Stockholm’s charming Old Town, “Gamla Stan,” to enjoy a short stroll along the charming cobblestoned streets

Day 8.Copenhagen.Take a private transfer to the railroad station to catch your high-speed train to Copenhagen. Upon arrival, you will be met and taken to your hotel.Accomodation Hotel D'Angleterre

Day 9.Copenhagen.Embark on a half-day guided tour of the cosmopolitan, chic Danish capital. As you travel through the city, visit palaces, civic landmarks, famed statues and the old harbor of Nyhavn. This afternoon, continue your explorations on your own or take an optional four-hour culinary walking tour of Copenhagen or a three-hour private biking tour with a private guide who will introduce you to the lesser-known highlights of the city.

DAY 10.Oslo.This morning you are taken to the airport for your flight to Norway. On arrival in Oslo you are met and taken directly to your hotel. Oslo is a modern, international city, with a thousand years of rich history waiting to be explored.Accomodation Grand Hotel

Day 11.Oslo.Meet your local guide for a tour of Norway’s capital, including the Viking Ship museum; the polar expedition ship, the M/S Fram; and the outdoor Vigeland Sculpture Park. This afternoon, do some more exploring on your own.

Day 12.Oslo.Today you are taken to the airport for your departing flight and on to your next destination

VIP Experience

Hotel Kamp, Helsinki.At Hotel Kämp experience the luxury of timeless elegance and European glamour. In the spacious hotel rooms of the most luxurious hotel in Helsinki, enjoy your stay whether you're on a business trip or vacation. Over the years, Hotel Kämp has accommodated royals and heads of state, as well as world-class international artists. Hotel Kämp's rich history tells numerous stories of love, unforgettable moments and happenings in Finland's history.

Kakslauttanen Ivalo.This property provides a unique experience in the Saariselkä Fell area of Finnish Lapland. Kakslauttanen Igloo West Village offers glass igloo or log cabin accommodation and has the world’s largest smoke sauna.Sleeping up to 6 peoples, the thermal glass igloos feature a private sauna, a fireplace, a kitchenette and a bedroom with a glass roof. All have luxury beds and a private toilet, while shower facilities are shared.Kakslauttanen Igloo West Village has 4 restaurants, including 2 in a traditional Laplander hut. Each restaurant serves Laplandic specialities such as reindeer and char-grilled salmon. The hotel’s smoke sauna even has its own restaurant, Savusauna.

Grand Hotel Stockholm.The Grand Hôtel in Stockholm has been home to celebrities, high-profile events and everyday bon-vivants since 1874. Situated in the best waterfront location imaginable, the hotel overlooks the Royal Palace and Gamla Stan, Stockholm’s old town. The Grand is also home to the classic Swedish Veranda restaurant, renowned for its traditional smörgåsbord, Mathias Dahlgren’s Michelin star restaurants and the spectacular Cadier Bar. For recreation, there’s the Nordic Spa & Fitness club with hot saunas and cool dipping pools. Our warmest of welcomes!

Hotel D'Angleterre.Copenhagen.ompleting a total refurbishment in 2013, The Hotel d'Angleterre was constructed as a neoclassic palace, and has maintained its 1870s historical aspects. The hotel blends elements of its original legacy with the latest in tailored services, elegance and technology. It is ideally situated next to the Royal Danish Theatre on the Kongens Nytorv Square in the heart of Copenhagen and connected to the famous Strøget pedestrian shopping street. The hotel features newly designed rooms including suites all with complimentary Wi-Fi, spacious marble bathrooms, the latest technology and individually controlled climate systems. The stunning Royal Suite, with one to three bedrooms, features a grand balcony and fireplace, and a private dining room.

"Grand Hotel Oslo.The Grand Hotel in Oslo is Norway’s best-known and prestigious hotel. The luxury hotel first opened its doors in 1874 and for over 140 years it has been host to the people of Norway, international guests, world leaders, celebrities and the Nobel Peace Prize laureates. Henrik Ibsen, the world-renowned Norwegian author made the luxury hotel one of his favorite daily haunts.Everyone deserves to be grand! Our guest experience is based on true Nordic luxury that is delivered by our well-trained and enthusiastic international team. The Grand Hotel has 292 rooms, including 54 Suites that are a blend of historic design, two restaurants with its own distinct style, one sky bar with magnificent views, 19 meeting rooms, Artesia Spa Grand Hotel, fitness room and parking. Welcome to Oslo!


Package Details

Combine a couple of nights in fascinating Helsinki with a Northern Lights-hunting adventure in Finnish Lapland. Let us arrange a luxury stay in the capital city of Finland before sending you to one of Lapland's premier adventure destinations. Discover the wonders of Scandinavia — the perfect blend of culture and nature — on this journey. Explore the rich past and vibrant present of the region’s capitals in the cities of Stockholm, Copenhagen and Oslo.
  • 2 Nights in Helsinki
  • 3 Nights in Ivalo
  • 2 Nights in Stockholm
  • 2 Nights in Copenhagen
  • 2 Nights in Oslo
  • Airport&Internal Transfers included.
  • Daily Breakfast -Jain/Vegetarian Options Available
  • Sight Seeing as per itineary
Best Time to Visit:
The best time to visit is  Decemeber-May.The winter temperatures can vary anywhere between 0°C and -40°C. The average temperature in January is -14°C. But the cold is not biting because air is dry. There can be as much as one metre of snow and it usually lasts until May.

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