Highlights of Scandinavia Tour

Starting Price $3775 per person
Trip Duration 11 Days
Availibility All Year
Activity Level Medium level of fitness
Highlights
  • Explore Rosenborg Castle
  • Bike tour around Copenhagen’s attractions
  • Visit the National Museum of Denmark
  • Visit the Tivoli Gardens and Park
  • Walk around Vigeland Park to see Gustav Vigeland’s 80-acre masterpiece
  • Holmenkollen Ski Jump & Museum
  • Enjoy a live musical performance
  • Explore the Viking Ship Museum
  • Urban hike along the Akerselva River
  • Guided visit of United World College, near Oslo
  • Visit Orebo Castle and the surrounding lake
  • Head up to Monteliusvägen for an evening lookout of Sotckholm
  • Take a day tour exploring the Viking history in Sweden
  • Visit the Skansen Open Air Museum to see the natural flora and fauna of Scandinavia
  • Visit the The Fortress of Suomenlinna, a UNESCO site
  • Finnish Museum of Natural History
  • Scandanavian Cooking Class
What To Expect

An inspiring focus on progressive and sustainable lifestyles makes the cities of Scandinavia some of the easiest and most picturesque to manoeuvre. Each of the four countries of the region offer natural beauty, innovative lifestyles, and friendly and warm people to welcome you to their home countries on your Scandinavia Tour.

Educational Benefits

European countries offer completely unique histories, stories and lifestyles from the rest of the mainland.

Customization

Student trip itineraries are completely customizable for your group, desires, and needs.

Daily Itinerary

Day 1 - Travel to Scandinavia

Overnight flight to Copenhagen, Denmark.

Day 2 - Explore Copenhagen

Welcome to Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark. Walking tour of Vesterbro, a young and  hip neighbourhood. Travel back in time to the 1600’s with a visit to Rosenborg Castle. Originally built as a country summerhouse, explore the scenic grounds, ancient architecture and rich history it has to offer.

Day 3 - Copenhagen, Overnight Ferry to Oslo

Head out into Copenhagen on a bike tour! See the highlights of the city along the city’s network of bike lanes. Visit the National Museum and experience Danish history come to life. To Tivoli Gardens next to have some leisure time exploring the flora & fauna. Afternoon overnight ferry to Oslo.

Day 4 - Welcome to Oslo, Norway

Head straight to Vigeland Sculpture Park, exhibiting 80 acres of urban green space and over 200 statues. Head to Aker Brygge for lunch and leisure time. Afternoon visit to Holmenkollbakken, Oslo’s famous ski jump. Visit the ski museum and enjoy a lookout point atop the jump! Evening live musical performance.

Day 5 - Oslo Touring

Explore the unique Viking history of Scandinavia with a visit to the Viking Ship Museum. See Viking artifacts and ships, including the famous Oseberg ship. Embark on an urban hike along Akerselva River, exploring urban green space and the development of the city.

Day 6 - Oslo - Stockholm

Visit to one of the United World College universities located just outside of Oslo. Break up our drive with a visit to Orebo Castle and the surrounding lake and a stroll through the town. In the evening, we head up to Monteliusvägen to get an amazing lookout over the city.

Day 7 - Viking Day Trip

Today we will journey north into Viking country and have a guided tour of the surrounding areas for the day. As we drive through the scenic Swedish countryside, an expert history guide will explain Sweden’s riveting Viking and medieval eras.

Day 8 - Stockholm city touring

City tour: see city hall, the Royal Palace, and Nobelmuseet. Stockholm’s open air museum to explore traditional buildings, animals, and costumes that come from Sweden. Leisure time in Stockholm’s Old Town. Participate in fun team building exercise solving clues and at Questroom.

Day 9 - Stockholm, Ferry from Stockholm to Helsinki

Enjoy a final morning exploring Stockholm. In the afternoon, we’ll hop on board a ferry to take an overnight journey to Helsinki, crossing the Gulf of Bothnia, an arm of the Baltic Sea.

Day 10 - Finnish Exploration

Visit the Fortress of Suomenlinna, an 18th century royal residence and UNESCO World Heritage site. Climb into the Vesikko submarine from WWII. Check out the Finnish Museum of Natural History, with a guided tour amongst dinosaur skeletons and taxidermed animals. Evening Scandinavian cooking class.

Day 11 - Homeward Bound

Say goodbye to Scandinavia after an amazing trip together.

Transportation
  • Airfare
    Roundtrip group airfare to Scandanavia
  • Public Transit
    Public transportation in major cities, led by your Evolve leader
  • Coach
    Private coach bus as needed for duration of tour
Accommodation
  • Hotels
    Centrally located, student friendly, 3 * minimum, acclaimed hotels
  • Hostels
    Centrally located, student friendly hostels
Food

Daily breakfast and dinner included in tour. Meals at locally owned and run restaurants and accommodations serving authentic cuisine sufficient for teenage appetites.

Meet Our Leaders
Ryan Maguire
Did you know?

The fridge, zipper, pacemaker and computer mouse were all invented in Sweden. And let’s not forget Ikea either…

Places You’ll Visit

Copenhagen

Copenhagen was originally founded as a fishing village in the 10th century, but has since grown to over 1.2 million people!

Oslo

Oslo was founded in the 11th century with settlements dating before then, which is why Oslo celebrated its millennium in 2000.

Stockholm

See city hall, the Royal Palace, Nobelmuseet, the open air museum, and much more!

Helsinki

Visit UNESCO World Heritage sites and enjoy a Finish cooking class!