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08 Nights / 09 Days
Availability :
May 2020: 24
Jun 2020: 02, 28
Jul 2020: 05, 15

Scandinavia is a region in Northern Europe, with strong historical, cultural, and linguistic ties. The three dreamland kingdoms of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden form the legendary region of Scandinavia! With a quirky reputation of being the dream holiday destination of every traveller alive, this region is often observed to be at the top of the bucket list of every explorer! Scandinavia, the name itself gives most travellers the adrenaline rush that they live for!

Package Covering

  • Denmark
  • Norway
  • Sweden
  • Finland
Sightseeings Included
Cities CoveredSightseeings
CopenhagenGuided City tour, Tivoli Gardens ( Gardens Only)
OsloGuided City Tour, Visit Vigeland Sculpture Park, Visit Viking Ship Museum, Visit Holmenkollen Ski Jump Area, Visit Magic Ice Bar, Norway In A Nutshell
KarlstadFree Time at Karlstad, Photo Stop at Lake Vanern
BergenGuided City Tour, Visit Hanseatic Wharf Bryggen , Funicular Ride at Mt. Floyen
StockholmGuided City Tour, Visit City Hall, Visit Vasa Ship Museum
HelsinkiGuided City Tour, Visit Lutheran Temppeliaukio Church, Visit Sebilius Monument, Overnight Ferry to Stockholm

Meals
Your tour will allow you to indulge in a wide array of carefully customised Indian meals prepared with the freshest of ingredients and the choicest of spices. There will also be a mix of vegetarian and non-vegetarian continental meals.

Accommodation Used

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Hotels Offered

CITYNTSHOTEL NAMECATEGORY
Helsinki1 NightScandic Meilahti or Similar4 Star
Cruise1 NightSilja Line or Similar
Stockholm1 NightScandic Skärholmen or Similar3 Star
Oslo2 NightsThon Triaden or Similar4 Star
Bergen1 NightScandic Flesland or Similar3 Star
Copenhagen2 NightsBest Western Plus Airport Hotel Copenhage or Similar3 Star

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Tour price
EX – MUMBAI
ROOMINGINREUROTOTAL COST (INR)DISCOUNTFINAL TOUR COST
Single110999165024299925000217999
Twin / Double / Triple110999130021499925000189999
Child With Bed10899992518299920000162999
Child No Bed10899980517339920000153399
EX – DELHI
ROOMINGINREUROTOTAL COST (INR)DISCOUNTFINAL TOUR COST
Single113999165024599925000220999
Twin / Double / Triple113999130021799925000192999
Child With Bed11199992518599920000165999
Child No Bed11199980517639920000156399
EX – AHMEDABAD/BANGALORE/CHENNAI
ROOMINGINREUROTOTAL COST (INR)DISCOUNTFINAL TOUR COST
Single117999165024999925000224999
Twin / Double / Triple117999130022199925000196999
Child With Bed11599992518999920000169999
Child No Bed11599980518039920000160399
EX – KOLKATA
ROOMINGINREUROTOTAL COST (INR)DISCOUNTFINAL TOUR COST
Single120999165025299925000227999
Twin / Double / Triple120999130022499925000199999
Child With Bed11899992519299920000172999
Child No Bed11899980518339920000163399

*** Discount Valid For Limited Period
*** Child rate applicable below 12 years
*** Above price is calculated with 1 EUR = 80 INR. Any change in rate of exchange will change the total tour price

Infant CostBooking Amount – Interest Free & Non-Refundable
INR 39999(Inclusive of Visa Charges and Applicable TaxesINR 55000 Per Person (To Be Adjusted Against Tour Cost)
Holiday Price Includes
  • Economy Class Airfare & Airline Taxes valid for duration of tour.
  • Visa as per itinerary.
  • Tips payable to coach driver and guides.
  • Hotel Accommodation as per itinerary.
  • Meals, coach transfers, entrance fees, excursions, sightseeing and surface transportation as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Overseas Travel Insurance valid for passengers up to 60 years of age.
  • Services of Tour Manager or Local Representative or Local Guide.
  • Baggage allowance as per airlines policy sometime airline allow 1piece baggage on internal flights.
  • The tour price based on Minimum Operating Strength of 40 adult travelling on tour, otherwise tour will operate on FIT Basis and FIT supplement may be applicable.
Holiday Price Excludes
  • Any increase in airfare / visa fees / fuel surcharge / taxes / surcharge on airline routing charged by airlines / port charges on cruise.
  • Porterage, tips, laundry, wines, mineral water (unless specified), telephone charges and all items of personal nature.
  • Airline and Hotel surcharges (if applicable) during high / festive season / tradefairs to be paid extra per person.
  • Any add-on, optional tour & transfer other than itinerary.
  • Medical test and premium cost of insurance valid for passengers above 70 years of age.
  • Anything not specifically mentioned in "Tour Price Includes" box.
  • Part of foreign currency in tour is highly dynamic, (Currently Calculated @ EUR 1 = INR 80). Any change in rate of exchange will change the total tour price.
  • Expenses incurred on Airline Route Change, Date Change, Hotels Stay due to unforeseen circumstances like natural calamities, political disturbances, strikes etc.
  • GST 5.00% on Tour Billing, effective from 01st July 2017.
Visa Details
Schengen
Single Entry – Norway
Important Notes
  • Cost of USD 2,50,000 granted by the Reserve Bank of India under the Liberalised Remittance Scheme.
  • Connecting time between two international and domestic flights should be 4 to 5 hours prior
    to departure.
  • Child with bed policy will be applicable for child under age of 12 Years old.
  • Due to safety and health restriction at hotels, maximum 3 Person in a room are allowed.
  • Management reserves the rights to claim any additional expenses incurred due to delay or changes in schedules of train, airplane, bus, ship or any other services.
  • Tour Manager may amend itinerary if certain attractions, sights, monuments, museums, etc. are closed.
  • Indian lunches and dinners and local meals are pre set & a-la carte is not possible.
  • Visa is included in tour cost as per itinerary. Any Double or Multiple Entry Visa will be at extra cost.
  • The company shall not accept any liability or responsibility for any damages, loss of baggage, loss, injury, accident, death, breakdown or irregularity on tour.
  • The tour manager and driver will do their best to get you as close to the monuments as
    possible, because in some cities coaches are restricted
  • Any damage caused to hotel rooms / coach during your stay, shall be borne by the concerned passengers.
  • Jain Meal will not be served in Theme Parks.
  • There are no refunds for any services i.e. meals, sightseeing, etc not utilized on your tour.
  • Once an air ticket is issued, date change penalty cost will be applicable. Check with our Sales Officer for the applicable charges.
  • If a child under 12 sharing room with 1 adult, then the tour price of a adult on twin sharing
    basis will be applicable for child.
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Itinerary
BBreakfast
LLunch
DDinner
IBIndian Breakfast
ILIndian Lunch
IDIndian Dinner
PDPack Dinner
PLPack Lunch
LCLunch Coupon

 

Day 1Begin Your Tour • Arrive in Helsinki

When Scandinavia is on your travel list, there’s no better place to start your “Sailani’s – Splendours of Scandinavia Tour” then Helsinki, Finland. One of the world’s northernmost capitals, Helsinki is a hotbed for Scandinavian design, museums, and cute cafés. … Mixed in with Art Noveau architecture, Russian-built neoclassical churches remind visitors that Helsinki was once ruled by Czar Alexander I.

We arrive at the Helsinki airport and after clearing the immigration and customs procedures, we head out to the exit where our Sailani’s representative is waiting to give us a warm welcome and transfer us to our hotel (Check in at 16:00 Hours). Overnight at Helsinki.
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Day 2Onto Stockholm • Guided City Tour of Helsinki • Visit Lutheran Temppeliaukio Church • Visit Sibelius Monument • Overnight Cruise to Stockholm

After the history-rich sights of Russia, we are about to meander through Europe’s youngest capital, Helsinki. There are no antique ruins or remains, no medieval squares and not even a palace here, all you have is a vibrant metropolis with a multi-faceted architecture that boasts as much of Neoclassicism as it does of Romanticism and Modernism.

We begin our guided city tour of Helsinki discovering some of the world’s most distinct architectural merits such as Finlandia Hall – the leading congress, event and entertainment venue in Finland, the Helsinki Cathedral, the Market Square – bustling with activities with vendors selling fresh food and souvenirs, Senate Square, Uspenski Cathedral and many other landmarks. The highlights of the city tour, however, happen to be our visits to the Lutheran Temppeliaukio Church, a unique Rock Church known for its thrilling work of modern architecture, built entirely underground with a ceiling made of copper wire) and the Sibelius Monument, dedicated to the Finnish Composer, Jean Sibelius, consisting of a series of more than 600 hollow steel pipes welded together in a wave-like pattern.

Board our ship at Silja Line in Helsinki that will take us on to Stockholm, Sweden. As we see Finland disappearing before us, we gear up to embrace ourselves for a night spent marvelling at the eternity of the blue water beneath us, pausing only to enjoy a lavish dinner buffet served aboard. Overnight Ferry to Stockholm.

Note: From the moment we step on the ship, we follow Swedish time which is one hour behind Finland.

(B, L, D)

Day 3In Stockholm • Guided City Tour of Stockholm • Visit Vasa Ship Museum • Visit City Hall

Today enjoy your breakfast while cruising on the Baltic Sea, we disembark the ship in Stockholm. We start our guided city tour of the Swedish capital sprawled over 14 islands. Incidentally, one-third of this coastal capital consists of water while another one-third is occupied by parks and woodlands. It’s safe to say then that there is certainly no dearth of scenic beauty in Stockholm. But scenic stretches aren’t all there is to the town; there is also an interesting amalgamation of historic architectural treasures and that of modern structures. We get a hint of this beautiful blend of historic and modern as our tour takes us past popular landmarks like The Royal Palace and Gamla Stan, the colour-rioted old town among others.

We then visit the Vasa Ship Museum which, as the name suggests is a maritime museum. One of the most visited attractions in town as it is, this is the only museum in the world to have an almost fully intact 17th-century ship, the warship Vasa that was salvaged three centuries after it sank.

The final destination on our itinerary today is the Stadshuset, the iconic Stockholm City Hall which is often spotted on pictures and postcards of Sweden. Apart from assembly rooms and offices the building also houses grand ceremonial halls. Overnight at Stockholm.

(B, L, D)

Day 4Onto Oslo • Free Time at Karlstad • Photo Stop at Vanern Lake

Today, we proceed to Oslo. Enroute we halt at Karlstad, we take some time to look around this beautiful riverside town, which is sprawled all the way down to the shore of the Vanern Lake. Incidentally, Vanern Lake marks our next halt. We make a photo stop here for beautiful picture additions to our social media folders.

Next, we drive towards Oslo, surrounded by mountains and sea, this compact, cultured and fun city has a palpable sense of reinvention. Overnight at Oslo.

(B, L, D)
(B, L, D)

Day 5In Oslo • Guided City Tour of Oslo • Visit Vigeland Sculpture Park • Viking Ship Museum • Holmenkollen Ski Jump Area • Visit Magic Ice Bar

You know a city is truly a culture-rich destination when its theatres, museums and galleries happen to be one of the most distinctive features of the town. And given that we are in one such capital, we dedicate today to exploring as much of this magnificent town as we can.

We begin our Oslo guided city tour today that’ll take us past the most popular attractions of the town. The Akershus Fortress, the Royal Palace, the Oslo Cathedral, the City Hall and the National Opera Theatre to name a few.

One of the biggest highlights of the tour happens to be our visit to the world’s largest sculpture park by a single artist, Vigeland Sculpture Park, one of Norway’s most visited tourist attractions. The park features more than 200 sculptures crafted out of bronze, granite and wrought iron by artist, Gustav Vigeland; the Wheel of Life and the 16-metre long Monolith, depicting 121 intertwined human bodies) being the most popular among these sculptures.

We then move on to get a glimpse into Norway’s Viking past as we head to the Viking Ship Museum next. Apart from housing three well-preserved 9th-century vessels, the Oseberg Ship, the Gokstad Ship and the Tune Ship, the museum also houses other artefacts and exhibits that are indicative of the Viking life at sea.

Next on our list of must-visit attractions in the Norweigan capital is the Holmenkollen Ski Jump & Museum. Perched atop a hill, the journey to the Ski Jump Area alone is quite an interesting one and once there, the sheer height of the construction is likely to blow your mind away, irrespective of whether you are a ski enthusiast or not. Plus, there is the matter of the best possible panoramic views of the town below. There is also the Ski Museum that boasts of 4000 years of ski history.

Visit Magic Ice Bar Oslo, a stylish haven of art and unique icy fun. The bar is literally made out of ice with ice walls. Overnight at Oslo.

(B, L, D)

Day 6Onto Bergen • Norway in a Nutshell

Irrespective of how impressed we are by the architectural and cultural heritage of Oslo, it is an undeniable fact that you haven’t really seen Norway if you haven’t spent some time submerging yourself in the splendour of its natural beauty that comprises scenic landscapes, fascinating fjords and majestic mountains. And the best way to experience this heavenly beauty is to take the ‘Norway in a Nutshell’ tour, which is on our agenda for today. The tour, literally, is a long journey from Oslo to Bergen via trains, ferries and buses that take us past some of Europe’s most scenic stretches.

We drive to the Geilo train station where begins the actual tour as we board the train to Myrdal that offers spectacular views of mountainous terrains. We then board our next train to Flam which gives us a glimpse of the Norwegian Fjords. From Flam starts our water voyage with a fjord cruise on the Aurlandsfjord and the Naeroyfjord, which is the narrowest fjord in Europe surrounded by huge mountains. Our cruise ends at Gudvangen, a small village cradled in the deepest reaches of Naeroyfjord. Our last leg of the tour finishes with a bus ride from Gudvangen to Bergen. Overnight at Bergen.

NOTE: We will carry packed lunch for the ‘Norway in a Nutshell’ tour while dinner will be served at an Indian restaurant in Bergen.

(B, PL, D)

Day 7Onto Copenhagen • Guided City Tour of Bergen • Visit Hanseatic Wharf Bryggen • Ride Floibanen (Funicular Train)

Onto Copenhagen • Guided City Tour of Bergen • Visit Hanseatic Wharf Bryggen • Ride Floibanen (Funicular Train)

When you have seven hills standing guard for a coastal city with an entire coastal belt of the city listed as UNESCO’s World Heritage Site, one thing you can expect from the town is ample beauty all around, both, in terms of landscape and cityscape. It is safe to say then that Bergen is nothing if not absolutely and entirely awe-inspiring.

We begin our guided city tour which takes us through its upward meandering roads past popular landmarks like the Fantoft Stave Church, though reconstructed in 1992, is still a classic expression of early Norwegian.

The most beautiful sight, however, in all of Bergen is the Bryggen Hanseatic Wharf, a coastal belt of colourful timbre structures, that has often found its way not just on postcards but on several desktops across the world as a screen saver. One of the most visited attractions of the town, the Hanseatic Wharf now comprises a small museum and several shops, cafes and restaurants.

And because nothing would make our Bergen tour more worthwhile than a trip up one of its much-talked-about seven mountains, next on our itinerary is a ride on the Floibanen, a funicular train that takes us up Mount Floyen. This mountaintop is where you get the most splendid panoramic views of the city below. We then head to Bergen airport to board our flight to Copenhagen. Overnight at Copenhagen.

(B, L, D)

Day 8In Copenhagen • Guided City Tour of Copenhagen • Visit Tivoli Garden (Gardens Only)

We begin our day to explore the beautiful Denmark capital, Copenhagen, a town that’s youthful and historic, at the same time. We begin our guided city tour at the Rosenborg Castle which comprises the oldest royal garden of the country. The tour then takes us past the Renaissance Stock Exchange, Danish Parliament, the famous statue of the Little Mermaid and the Christiansborg Palace that comprises the Danish Parliament, the Danish Prime Minister’s Office and the Danish Supreme Court.

Next way to the city’s most visited attraction, the Tivoli Gardens, part of its dreamy charm is the architectural romanticism that takes the whole experience to new levels of fun. (Rides not included). Overnight at Copenhagen.

(B, L, D)

Day 9Homeward Bound

Too soon for our liking as it might be, the “Sailani’s – Splendours of Scandinavia Tour” has finally come to an end. With beautiful memories in our minds and beautiful souvenirs in our luggage, we board our flight back home. (B)

Note : Please note that this tour may run with an altered flow due to operational constraints.

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