Discover the Wonder that is Scandinavia

The Northern European region of Scandinavia includes Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland. A region of vast expanses, rugged wilderness, stylish cities and remote forests, it’s a place of overwhelming pleasure. It’s also famously home to the majestic aurora borealis, otherwise known as the “Northern Lights”. 

With spectacular coastlines, picturesque fjords and cliffs teaming with seabirds, Scandinavia offers some of Europe’s best natural sites for hiking, cruising, and kayaking. The Nordic capitals are just as captivating - vibrant, modern and musical. Live music is everywhere in the cities and, backed by incredible architecture and world-class restaurants, Scandinavia is city-living like you’ve never seen before. The beer’s pretty good too!


Scandinavia, In the Footsteps
of Vikings

Explore Bergen, the incredible Atlantic Road, and the glorious Lofoten Islands, lovely Stavanger, Geiranger, travel along the Flam Railway, plus more!
  • Leisurely 2 and 3 night stays
  • Small group tour, maximum 28
  • Guaranteed 'My Time'
  • Traditional hotels in super locations


Northern Lights, Ice Hotels
& Huskies

Drive a reindeer sleigh, take a husky ride, swim in the Baltic Sea, experience an unforgettable stay in the ICEHOTEL, plus more!

  • Leisurely 2 night stays
  • Small group size up to 28
  • Packed with bucket list activities
  • Character hotels in superb locations

Scandinavia Tour Destinations



Denmark’s capital is full of historic landmarks, significant buildings and interesting sights and museums, all within easy reach of each other. Tivoli Gardens, The Little Mermaid and Christiansborg Palace are among the highlights, but there’s so much more to see and enjoy.




The Norwegian Fjord Centre of Geiranger is home to wild waterfalls, lush green vegetation and majestic, snow-covered peaks. The UNESCO-protected region is Mother Nature at its best and whether it’s cruising or kayaking the deep fjords or hiking the high, almost vertical mountains, Geiranger is one of the most spectacular places in the world.


Lofoten Islands

Draped across the turbulent waters of the Norwegian Sea the Lofoten Islands are a rare outpost of unparalleled beauty. It’s strong connection to the Viking Age takes you back to a time when Norsemen explored the seas and rivers for trade, raids, colonisation and conquest. It’s also the perfect place for viewing the incredible Northern Lights and midnight sun.

Flåm Railway

The Flåm Railway is a train journey like no other. A marvel of engineering, it runs from Myrdal down the steep valley to the fjord near Flåm in what is one of Norway’s most popular tourist attractions. As one of the world’s steepest and most spectacular train rides it boasts an altitude difference of 865 metres.


Oslo sits on Norway’s southern coast at the head of the Oslofjord. Known for its green spaces and museums it’s a city where culture, history and innovation all meet. As Europe’s fastest-growing capital, Oslo has a palpable sense of reinvention that must be seen to be believed.




As the capital of Sweden, Stockholm is the perfect inclusion in any Scandinavian tour. Featuring a range of must-see attractions that provide insights into their culture and history, as well as beautiful examples of northern European art and architecture, every visitor to Stockholm will find something of interest to do.



Located in Jukkasjärvi of the Arctic Circle and 17km from the mining town of Kiruna in the Swedish Laplands, the ICEHOTEL, is one hotel experience you’ll find hard to beat. As both a world famous hotel and an art exhibition made of ice and snow, this hotel gives a front row seat to the northern lights, and showcases this beautiful natural phenomenon nearly every clear night!




Helsinki is the capital of Finland, and is located on the Gulf of Finland. A vibrant and refreshing seaside city, the archipelago of Helsinki also includes over 300 islands as part of its territory. Easily explored by foot, the main part of Helsinki is a wonder of Art Noveau architecture and charming neighbourhoods.



Located in the Finnish Lapland, Rovaniemi is located just south of the Arctic Circle and is an unspoiled natural delight for visitors. In addition to the spectacular northern lights which are often visible from this delightful province, there are a number of unmissable landmarks to see when visiting, such as the Jätkänkynttilä bridge with its eternal flame over the Kemijoki river.



Kemi is a Finnish town located near the city of Tornio, and is situated closely to the border with Sweden. A wonderful town that embraces its traditions, Kemi is home to the beautifully-designed Kemi Church. And you’ll also find housed in Kemi a model of the Crown designed for the King of Finland.