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Royal Capitals

Stockholm, Copenhagen and Oslo
Amalienborg Palace Copenhagen, Denmark © Visit Denmark

Explore the three Scandinavian capitals on this exclusive tour, including all the major sights of the regions, whilst staying at quality, well located hotels. The capitals are all beautifully situated by the sea and offer a variety of architecture, culture and history.


Day 1 Stockholm Arrival

Make your own way from Stockholm Arlanda Airport to the hotel. Meet your tour escort and fellow travelling companions in the hotel lobby at 18:00hrs for a welcome drink. 2 nights in Stockholm at the Scandic Continental Hotel or similar.

Day 2 Stockholm City Sightseeing

Discover Stockholm during a locally guided City Sightseeing tour. Pass sights of interest such as the Old Town (Gamla Stan), Royal Palace, Parliament buildings, Island of Djurgården and City Hall with its famous golden and blue halls (entrance to City Hall included). Afternoon at leisure in Stockholm. Perhaps visit the impressive Vasa Museum or the popular ABBA museum. 2nd overnight in Stockholm at the Scandic Continental Hotel or similar.

Day 3 Stockholm - Copenhagen by Train

Coach to the railway station to take the train from Stockholm, across the heart of Sweden, over the famous Oresund Bridge and on to Copenhagen. The train takes 5-6 hours. Lunch on board. On arrival, coach transfer to your hotel. Close by is the charming Nyhavn harbour, with numerous waterside restaurants and vintage sailing ships, within a short walk to Ströget pedestrian street. Two nights in Copenhagen at Copenhagen Admiral Hotel.

Day 4 Copenhagen City Sightseeing

Morning City Sightseeing tour of Copenhagen with a local guide. Pass sights of interest such as Christiansborg Palace, the Royal Theatre, City Hall, Amalienborg Palace, the old harbour of Nyhavn, the Little Mermaid, Gefion fountain and Rosenborg Castle. Afternoon at leisure in Copenhagen. Perhaps explore the popular pedestrian shopping street Strøget, visit a palace or museum, join a canal cruise visit the famous Tivoli Gardens. 2nd overnight in Copenhagen at Copenhagen Admiral Hotel.

Day 5 Copenhagen - Oslo by Overnight Ferry

Morning at leisure for sightseeing. Coach transfer to the pier for your overnight ferry from Copenhagen to Oslo. Buffet dinner on board, as you cruise the Kattegat Strait. Overnight in an outside cabin with breakfast and dinner. There is dancing and entertainment on board, or you may prefer to sit out on deck and watch the sunset. We suggest bringing an overnight bag for this cruise, to avoid having to carry luggage to and from the cabin. Luggage can easily be stored in luggage container before boarding, and the coach will stop right by the container.

Day 6 Oslo Arrival

A Scandinavian buffet breakfast is served on board, as you sail up the lovely Oslo Fjord to reach the Norwegian capital, arriving at approximately 10.00hrs. Explore Oslo during a locally guided City Sightseeing tour. Enjoy panoramic views of the Opera House, Karl Johans Gate – Oslo’s main street, Old Town Christiania, Akershus Castle and Fortress, and the Royal Palace. A picturesque ride through some of Oslo’s prettiest neighborhoods to Vigeland Sculpture Park. Visit the Norwegian Folk Museum, an open air museum with 160 historic buildings, the Gol Stave Church and indoor exhibitions featuring Norwegian folk costumes, folk art, church art and Sami culture. Afternoon at leisure. Perhaps take a stroll through the new central city district Bjørvika and walk between Oslo’s latest architectural additions; the Deichman Library and Munch Museum. We also recommend a stroll along Aker Brygge, a lively pier with numerous restaurants and departures for sightseeing boats on the Oslofjord. A farewell drink will be served at your hotel at 18.00hrs. Overnight in Oslo at Thon Hotel Bristol or similar.

Day 7 Oslo Departure

Arrangements end this morning after breakfast and check out.

2024 departures: 04 July 


Maximum Group Size: 31 persons

Pre-nights in Stockholm and post-nights in Oslo can be added

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