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Where is Scandinavia? It’s a question often heard but difficult to answer. The expression "Scandinavia" emerged in the mid-eighteenth century because of Danish and Swedish universities supporting the common history, mythology, arts and culture of Denmark, Sweden, and Norway. Since the narratives of Denmark, Sweden and Norway are so interlaced, just as things like occasions and conventions; this gathering of three nations is frequently alluded to as culturally Scandinavian. And, until 1814, Sweden and Norway were really joined under one realm. When people talk about Scandinavia they usually refer to history, traditions, literature, and design. Since Scandinavian structure has gotten so prevalent around the globe, the term frequently utilized when discussing moderate and mid-century design aesthetic traditions. Flamingo Transworld provides a variety of tour packages from family tours to escorted Scandinavia tour packages.
Flamingo Transworld serves you with a wide range of hotels, resorts, villas, restaurants, and some world-class activities. Sweden being a Scandinavian nation, offers everything from dark blue archipelagos and Aurora Borealis to executioner style, amazing food; Sweden is indeed a dream destination. Truth be told, the best thing about this destination is its natural assets. Get ready to celebrate some of the beautiful things here. Exploring Sweden has a craving for strolling directly into a fashion or home-decor magazine. The spirit of Norway is quite simple but yet remarkable as it is one of the most beautiful countries on earth. Enjoying nature in Norway is very much an active chase, and this is considered as one of Europe’s most exciting and varied adventure tourist destinations. Denmark is also termed as a heartwarming destination because of its fairytale resemblance, its most enduring literary legacy to its textbook castles. You can choose some basic home-stay with Flamingo Transworld as accommodation as we have the right Scandinavia holiday packages for you to select from. You can also check our Scandinavia hotels on Flamingo’s Hotel Portal which offers a wide range of options for you to select from.
Check out the Scandinavia Packages from different Indian destinations: Scandinavia tour packages from Ahmedabad, Thailand tour packages from Mumbai, Europe tour packages from Delhi. Flamingo Transworld also offers a wide range of theme packages to Scandinavia like to group tours to Scandinavia, Scandinavia budget tours, luxury tours to Scandinavia and many more.
Scandinavia Tour Packages
Highlights Of Norway
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Highlights Of Finland
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Scandinavian Wonders By Rail
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Scenic Scandinavia (By Van)
10 Nights /11 Days
How to reach Scandinavia
Traveling to Scandinavia by Air
You can fly to Scandinavian countries from almost anywhere in the world and this is one of the best ways to reach these countries from anywhere outside Europe. Stockholm is the capital of Sweden and boasts of a major international airport - Arlanda, which is connected to most European cities as well as some American, Asian and Russian cities.
The nearby country of Denmark has better and more frequent connections to destinations outside Europe, so you can even choose to travel to Copenhagen in Denmark and then make your way into Sweden through a connecting flight. Mumbai and Delhi have regular connecting flights to Stockholm, with airlines like Air India, Ethiopian, Emirates, and Qatar, etc.
Traveling to Scandinavia by Road
Roads are well paved and maintained in all of the Scandinavian regions, and Sweden is no exception. You can make a trip to Sweden by street from every neighboring nation like Denmark, Norway, Finland, Poland, Estonia, Germany and so forth. Buses also run regularly with operators like Euro lines, nett bus and Flix bus. These routes are well- connected to central as well as Western Europe to this northern land. If you are one of the adventurous lots then a road trip can also be one choice to tour Sweden or even all of Scandinavia.
Traveling to Scandinavia by Sea
Sweden is encompassed by an excellent coast and makes for an extraordinary docking ground for boats and travels rolling in from European urban areas. The main Swedish ports include Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö and Helsingborg. The local ferries also cross between these ports to ferry visitors and locals alike. Most ships that roll in from abroad hail from Finland and Germany.
Travelling to Scandinavia by Rail
Eurail makes it a point to connect all of Europe, be it the farthest south or far up in the north. Sweden finds itself on this extensive network and gets trains from practically the entirety of Western and Central Europe, alongside some Balkan nations. Most rail lines as often as possible working are from goals like Poland, Estonia, Germany, UK, neighboring Denmark and Norway. Direct trains also run between Copenhagen and Stockholm if you wish to fly into Copenhagen first and then travel to Stockholm. Other popular routes are Copenhagen-Malmo, Berlin-Malmo, Oslo-Stockholm-Gothenburg etc.
Places to visit in Scandinavia
Scandinavia is an absolute must-see country for all the art, history, and culture enthusiasts. For many centuries, a succession of Danish royal families has left a treasure trove of palaces, castles, and stately homes that will delight architecture enthusiasts. Explore these amazing places to visit in Scandinavia with our Scandinavia tour packages.
Bergen Shore Excursion- Norway
The hip city of Northern European port is Bergen. Shore excursion gives a chance to visit the Hanseatic quarter – one of the oldest buildings along Bryggen docks and other city highlights like Troldhaugen, Stave Church at Fantoft, and picture-perfect place Mt. Floyen. Bergen walking tour takes you to look at all the medieval houses and historical areas throughout the city. You get a chance to hear local stories while standing in Bergen city centre which is very compact.
Oslo City- Norway
Oslo heads as the capital of 1000 year old Norway. Just beyond this city, lies a stunning setting of wild wonders to be explored. Oslo offers plenty of variety in terms of visual delights of Vigeland Sculpture Park, the Viking Ship Museum, the Munch Museum and Holmenkollen, to the exigent content within the new Nobel Peace Centre and the Holocaust Centre. The skyline of Oslo is crowded by cranes but this rapidly growing urbanized modern city has been awarded with the honor of European Green Capital for 2019.
Stockholm City- Sweden
The capital city of Sweden is a mixture of modern attractions with historic charm. Begin your stay with visits to Stockholm’s two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Royal Palace Drottningholm (the residence of the royal family) and the magical Woodland Cemetery. Stockholm is called as ‘beauty on water’ as it lies on a number of islands and peninsulas at the outflow of Lake Mälar into the Baltic which forms a deep inlet. Roam around the cobblestone streets of Old Town and over the picturesque bridges that span the city’s canals. The 19th-century Skansen was the world’s first open-air museum which is still a premier place to learn about Swedish history.
Vasa Museum- Sweden
If there is only one museum you can visit in Sweden, then the answer is ‘The Vasa Museum’. The museum houses the complete ship-wreck of the 69 meter long warship Vasa which sank on her maiden voyage in 1628, a mere few hundred meters from its dock. The Vasa is a unique art treasure which has been the only preserved seventeenth-century ship in the world. More than 95 percent of the ship is original and it is ornamented with hundreds of carved sculptures.
Drottningholm Palace- Sweden
Drottningholm Palace is Sweden's best-preserved royal palace built in the seventeenth century. This palace is the permanent residence of the royal family and one of Stockholm's three World Heritage Sites. The royal castle is a representative of all European architecture for the period. Since then many royal personages have left their mark on the palace. The palace shows outstanding salons from the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, an attractive park, an only one of its kind palace theater and a Chinese Pavilion.
Hans Christian Statue- Denmark
The statue of Hans Christian Andersen is situated at the southern corner of Town Hall Square in central Copenhagen, Denmark. Danish author and poet, H. C. Andersen lived his life for a span from April 2, 1805 – August 4, 1875. Being a prolific writer of plays, travelogues, novels, and poems, Andersen was best remembered for his fairy tales. Andersen's popularity is not restricted to children; his stories express themes that transcend age and nationality. This bronze statue of Hans Christian Andersen is huge and was one of the first talking statues in the world, it was made public in 2013.
Tivoli Gardens- Denmark
Tivoli Garden was founded in 1843 and is located in the heart of the Danish capital. This national treasure and international attraction is just a few minutes’ walk from the City Hall. Tivoli is much more than your average amusement park. There are many rides that are always worth a visit; similar is the atmosphere of the Gardens. The secret of this garden is that it has something stored in for all visitors, young or old. The scenery is stunning with exotic architecture, historic buildings and lush gardens. At night, thousands of colored lights create a fairy tale atmosphere that is completely unique and impossible to miss.
Things to do in Scandinavia
It is not a surprise that each year millions of tourists from around the world travel to these countries, just to marvel at their natural beauty and environment. Our list of things to do in Scandinavia has numerous activities for which you will need a year-long vacation to experience them all!
Stay for a night at the Ice hotel- Sweden
As kids, a number of us dreamt of living in igloos and getting a taste of the authentic Eskimo life. Thanks to the immense development of the tourism industry at an international level, now is the time, when your Eskimo dream can come true. If you wish to do so, all you got to do is book yourself a stay at the Ice hotel situated in the land of Sweden. This hotel offers an amalgamation of modern amenities along with livable ice structures. It consists of permanent buildings and also seasonal ice structures. Ice hotel is precisely 200 kms away from the Arctic Circle, which automatically ensures that you will get the best winter experience ever possible.
Taste the thrill at the Liseberg Theme Park- Sweden
There is no better way to forget your troubles in life than a great adrenaline rush. And after all, the entire purpose behind setting off on a holiday is also the same. We understand the importance of a good break and we suggest you include the Liseberg Theme Park in your travel itinerary to Sweden. This amusement park situated in Gothenburg was opened in the year of 1923. Since then, it has attained the reputation of being the most visited amusement park in all of Scandinavia by attracting nearly three million visitors every year.
Don’t miss the Northern Lights- Sweden
Tourists can witness "AURORA BOREALIS" in Sweden right from the beginning of September till the end of March over Swedish Lapland. This phenomenon is known as NORTHERN LIGHTS and the best place to watch it is the Aurora Sky Station in Abisko National Park. For those who are new to this term, Northern lights are the lights that emerge when energetically charged particles collide with atoms in the high altitude atmospheres, and this solar wind is directed into the atmosphere by the Earth's magnetic field. Sweden Lapland provided spectacular places from where one can see these unique lights.
Take a Ferry Ride - Norway
On your Norway Tour, make sure you experience a ferry ride if you wish to see the most remote parts of the country which are beautiful enough to enchant you. An excellent system of passenger and car ferries makes this journey easy as well as pleasant. Many villages and cities have small ferries for fewer passengers which is a delight to hop on.
Visit the Arctic Circle - Norway
Consider visiting Arctic Circle to make it a trip of your lifetime as you are taken past the boundary of an area where the sun doesn’t set in the summers and does not rise in some days during winters. Northern Lights, midnight sun and the polar lights are some of the best natural phenomenon that occurs all year round.
Go skiing in the Lyngen Alps - Norway
The Lyngen Alps is the perfect destination for skiing and it is one of the main reasons why tourists visit from March to June which is a peak season for ski touring. In March and April due to an abundance of snow and daylight, it is regarded as the best time for ski-touring whereas if you wish to ski in the middle of the night and enjoy beautiful views, then you should plan your holiday during May and June.
Best time to visit Scandinavia
The best time to visit Norway is during the shoulder seasons, in spring (between May and June), and fall (between September and October), when the weather is amazing and there aren't that many tourists. The peak season to visit Norway is between mid-June and August.
For a warm climate, the best time to visit Sweden is during the months from May to September. – If you need a day off, to go between late November and March. – You can visit the nation throughout the entire year; however, you'll have to wrap up during winter. – To see the 12 PM sun, visit in the stature of summer (June and July).
The best time to visit Denmark is May-Aug when the days are at their longest, temperatures are mild and the country is in full bloom. Spring and pre-winter are best for bird watching on the west coast, with migrant species passing through.