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NORWAY    –   OSLO               – VIKING CAPITAL



PACKAGE PRICE: RS. 449,000/-

Enjoy this tour of the 4 Royal Capitals of Scandinavia, their unique characteristic and charm. Oslo, the Viking Capital of Scandinavia situated by its fjord of same name with this outstanding outdoors. Stockholm with its pulse, beauty and amazing archipelago and Denmark’s capital Copenhagen – a culture and historical oasis. Helsinki, capital of Finland is truly an amazing city with much historical interest. This tour is the perfect combination of history and culture.

Day 01

09th August


You will check-in at Colombo Bandaranaike International Airport at 17.30 Hrs for departure to Copenhagen, Denmark at 20.35 Hrs. with Emirates Airlines A380. (Dubai/Copenhagen)

Day 02


10th August

Accommodation: To be notified

Arrival in Classic Copenhagen will be at 1315 Hrs in the afternoon. Your Tour Assistant will be waiting for you in Arrivals at Copenhagen Airport to meet, assist and transfer you to the coach in order to proceed to your hotel in Copenhagen.

The rest of the day is for you to spend at leisure. You’ll have enough free time to visit the greatest Entertainment Park in Copenhagen – Tivoli.

Overnight stay in Copenhagen.


In spite of its great traditions, Denmark’s capital city is defiant, youthful, and free and easy. Copenhagen is more than a flourishing centre of famous museums, theatres, galleries and modern Danish design, as alternative culture and cabaret thrives here too.

At every step, one encounters an atmosphere of individualism and tolerance.

On what is probably the world’s longest doo-time strip, Strøget, a pedestrian area of more than mile (almost 2 km), there is the usual bustle of business as in any other city but the people here also appear noticeably frequently to have friendly smiles on their faces.

The atmosphere of the Ny Havn (New Harbour) which is actually the oldest, is almost Mediterranean.

Tourists flock to Copenhagen in summer to occupy the tables and chairs of the restaurants, bars, and other hostelries immediately on the waterfront.

Art at the Tivoli Gardens – This amusement park was opened in 1834 and is a Danish institution that attracts visitors now solely because of its giant Ferris wheel, carousels and roller-coaster. There are also displays of folk dancing and international orchestras and ballet troupes perform in its large concert hall.

Day 03


11th August

Accommodation: To be notified
Meals: Breakfast

You will have breakfast at the hotel.

This morning we depart by coach with our local guide for a full day city sightseeing tour.

It all starts in the city of fairy tales, Copenhagen.

This tour will be the perfect introduction to “Wonderful Copenhagen”.

We start with a drive towards the City Hall Square where the famous pedestrian street “Stroeget” begins. We will pass the Tivoli Gardens, dating back to 1843, and onwards past the New Carlsberg Glyptotheque and the National Museum.

Next up is the Old Stock Exchange and the Naval Church. We drive past the Kings New Square, the home of the Royal Danish Theatre with the world famous ballet, then through the old canal area Nyhavn, with its picturesque houses and vessels.

We will continue on to see the impressive Gefion Fountain and then make a photo stop at the Royal residence, Amalienborg Palace.

Finally we will stop by the landmark of Copenhagen- the statue of the Little Mermaid, known from Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale.

During the tour, you can also delight in the exterior of Christiansborg Palace, as well as Rosenborg Castle, which houses the Crown Jewels.

Overnight stay in Copenhagen

Day 04


12th August

Accommodation: To be notified
Meals: Breakfast

Breakfast will be had at the hotel.

You’ll Head out from Copenhagen on a half day coach tour to discover the city of Malmö. You’ll get to Visit 2 countries in 1 day. Since the building of the spectacular Øresund Bridge, connecting Denmark to Sweden, the city of Malmö has become an increasingly popular destination.
You’ll find a wealth of cultural attractions, including the Museum of Contemporary and Modern Art. Your local guide will provide information about some of the sites to see and places to visit and
as you listen to the guide’s narrative which will provide a good insight into Swedish history, important persons, and buildings.

Following that, you’ll Explore Stora Torget and Lilla Torget, the city’s main squares.

On completion of the tour you will be transferred to Copenhagen Airport to take the flight to Helsinki which departs at 1445 Hrs and arrive in Helsinki at 1720 Hrs. Upon arrival, you will be transferred to the hotel for overnight.

Overnight stay in Helsinki.


Malmo is an unhurried city that combines a medieval core with a cosmopolitan vibe. The city contains many historic buildings and parks that are perfect for a walking tour. City life in Malmö is concentrated primarily around Stora Torget and Lilla Torget, the 2 main squares, where you’ll find lots of good shops and places to eat.

Day 05


13th August

Accommodation: To be notified
Meals: Breakfast

Breakfast at the hotel.

You’ll meet your local guide for a 3 Hour city sightseeing tour of the capital of Finland, also known as “The Daughter of the Baltic Sea”.

The tour includes

  • the Senate Square, the University and Lutheran Cathedral – all displaying neoclassical architecture of the 1840’s
  • The colourful Market Square by the sea in the South Harbour,
  • Kaivopuisto Park and diplomatic residences,
  • the imposing statue of Marshall Mannerheim,
  • The Parliament Building, Finlandia Hall, the Orthodox Russian Church Uspenski and the Sibelius Monument.
  • A visit is also made to Temppeliaukio Church- called the “Rock Church” as it is carved out of solid rock (the church reserves the right to not allow the entry of visitors in case of ceremonies).

The tour ends at the Helsinki Harbour.

You will board the cruise Ship Silja Symphony/Silja Serenade, which would leave the South Harbour in the late afternoon around 4.45 Hrs


Famous architects dominate the scene of the Finnish capital with its Nordic atmosphere. When one thinks of sun, sea and convivial entertainment, Helsinki is not the first place that springs to mind. Yet these are precisely the characteristics that make up the delight of the Finnish capital, together with the slightly Russian style of its townscape and the overwhelming friendliness of the city’s inhabitants.

In summer when the days are hot and the nights are clear the life spills out onto the streets, in courtyards, on the water, and in the many extensive parks. Then music of every genre drifts through the air whether by day on the esplanade –where people take a stroll by the harbour and in front of cultural centres surrounded by greenery or by night amid the canyons of the sleeping office blocks.  Hordes of young people sun themselves on the steps of the cathedral mixed in with tourists enjoying the panorama of the city and its harbour. The atmosphere is almost Mediterranean, especially on the colourful market place alongside the waters of the southern harbour in front of the residences of the mayor and Finland’s president.

Surely the most striking church though is the Temppeliaukio rock church that is one of the most impressive examples of modern Finnish architecture. Rock was hewn to the design of architects Timo and Tuomo Suomalainen to rise almost 40 feet in the centre of a residential area. The broad and largely uniform rotunda, enclosed by plain hewn rocks, is spanned by a giant copper and glass dome. From outside this is the only part of the building to be seen. The church is also used as a concert hall because of its dramatic acoustics resulting from the rock formation.

Day 06


14th August

Accommodation: To be notified

Breakfast will be served on board.

You’ll arrive in Stockholm at 10.00 a.m.

After disembarking, we will board the coach to commence on a sightseeing tour of Stockholm – proudly called “Beauty on Water”, the lovely and very elegant capital of Sweden, with a local guide.

You’ll walk in the Old Town and enjoy a visit of the City Hall, which will make for a very memorable tour.

Discover a city of contrasts. Go back 750 years in time and feel the medieval atmosphere of the Old Town “Gamla Stan” as you wander through its narrow streets. The seven hundred year old cathedral of Stockholm, Seat of the Archbishop, will be seen during your stroll through Old Town, where you will also get a chance to see Stortorget, where the Stockholm Blood Bath took place.

An inside visit will be paid to one of the city’s best known symbols, the City Hall with its Blue and Golden Halls, where the great Nobel banquet is held.

Overnight stay in Stockholm.


The city of Stockholm is built on 14 islands and connected by 57 bridges. The city embraces the unique character of the 13th century Old Town and modern hi8gh-tech architecture. Stockholm’s islands are bordered by Lake Malaren in the west and the Baltic Sea in the east where the archipelago, with its 30,000 islands awaits exploration. The capital is a big city with a small town personality. Stockholm is proudly called “Beauty on Water”.

Originally Stockholm was just the now well preserved and idyllic Gamla Stan or Old Town on a single island, with its narrow, enchanting streets with small cafes, restaurants, galleries, and boutique-lined squares.

The massive Baroque royal castle crowns the northern end of the island alongside the smaller islet on which the Swedish parliament is situated. It is the only royal castle that was open in those days to the public. It was built between 1697 and 1704 on the foundation of a smaller castle that burnt down and was extended in 1754.

Close by and housed within a futuristic wooden building is the Vasa, an old wooden Swedish warship that was once the pride of the Swedish navy although it never set to sea. It foundered on its maiden voyage with all hands and sixty four cannon within the harbour basin. The Vasa lay well preserved in the Stockholm waters for 333 years before she was lifted from her 114 feet (35m) deep resting place in 1961.

Day 07


15th August

Accommodation: To be notified
Meals: Breakfast

You will have breakfast at the hotel.

Then you will continue your sightseeing in the morning.

Thereafter, by noon, we will take the train from Stockholm Centralplan Station to Jernbanetorget Station in Oslo along the beautiful and idyllic countryside of Sweden and Norway.

The train journey will take about 6 Hrs. reaching a maximum speed of 125 miles per hour. You will arrive to the Viking Capital, Oslo, late in the evening.

There is no set plan for the evening and you can spend it at leisure, visiting sites of your choice or simply relaxing at the hotel.

Overnight stay in Oslo.


The Norwegian capital retains great cultural heritage. Oslo has blossomed in recent years like no other city in Europe. The places in the inner city stay open until late at night. Bars, cafes and restaurants along the Karl Johan Gate (a street) and in the futuristic Aker Brygge are filled with people at all hours and the theatres play to full house.

The countless museums worth visiting, architectural monuments and parks are mainly within the inner city and easily reached on foot. At the most perhaps one might take one of the ferries that in ten minutes take you from the main rail station to the island museum of Bygdey.

The Akershus Festing is a castle that was built on a strip of land south of the station built to orders of Hakon V in 1300. He wanted to halt the Swedish and transferred his seat of government from Bergen to here. At that time Oslo was just a small Hanseatic settlement that had been found 150 years earlier by King Harald Hardrade.

Long before the first settlement on the northern bank of the Oslo fjord there were Norse living here who as Viking, knew all the seas around Europe, traded with Asia and brought fear and terror for a time to the shores of the northern Atlantic.

No less impressive are the 192 realistic-sensitive granite, bronze, and iron sculptures of Gustav Vigeland in Frogner Park. The most important is a fifty-five foot high monolith from single block of granite. With filigree finesse Vigeland hewed a Life cycle of Man here between 1928 and 1942 from birth to death at old age to say goodbye to his grandchildren before his own death.

Day 08


16th August

Accommodation: To be notified
Meals: Breakfast

Breakfast will be had at the hotel.

You’ll commence on a city sightseeing tour in the Norwegian Capital, beautifully situated by the fjord.

We will enjoy the view from the Opera House before heading off to Bygdoy Island, where we will visit the Viking Ship Museum (Entrance included) with its three Viking vessels.

The Vigeland Parkone of the major Scandinavian cultural treasures will welcome us with sculptures by Gustav Vigeland, who dedicated his life to his artistic works. We will pass by the Royal Palace and the main street.

After the end of the day, you will stay overnight in Oslo at the hotel.

Day 09


17th August

Accommodation: To be notified
Meals: Breakfast

You will receive breakfast at the hotel.

The morning is set out for spending at leisure; revisit any sites you liked especially, or explore the city and find new sights.

After discovering the wonders and beauty of the Scandinavian Capitals, around 11.30 a.m. you will be transferred to Gardermoen Airport for your flight back to Colombo via Dubai.

Day 10


18th August

Arrive in Colombo, Your bags heavy with trinkets and gifts, and your mind heavy with the boisterous Nordic history and culture.

Cost per person

Adult Rs 449,000 Per Person
Child under 12 years Rs 439,000 Per Person
Single Supplement Rs 125,000 Per Person

In the event any government taxes/VAT/levies are introduced, it will be passed on to clients.

Included on Tour

  • Cost of Air Passage on Economy Class
  • Accommodation, Twin Sharing in 3- 4 Star Hotels
  • Daily American Breakfast
  • Dinner at Hotels/Restaurants
  • Airport Transfers
  • Motor Coach with Driver – A/C Coach
  • English speaking Guide for Sightseeing Tours
  • Road Toll Fees
  • European Domestic Air Tickets
  • Entrance to selected Attractions/Sights


  • Porterage at hotels,
  • Exchange fluctuations
  • Schengen Visa fee/ Travel Insurance
  • Tips to Guides/ Driver/ Restaurants – Euro 06 per person/ per day
  • Beverages with Meals/ Lunch/Dinner
  • Personal Expenses – Laundry/ Telephone etc.
  • All what is not included

Payment Terms

To be strictly followed. Rs. 200,000/- Deposit per Person at the time of booking. Balance to be paid in 60 Days prior to departure. Late payments are subject to an additional levy to cover exchange fluctuations. We have the right to change package price if deposit/final payments are not effected as per above deadlines.

Entry Visa

You will be required to have a Multiple Schengen Visa. We will assist and co-ordinate in the documentation. Schengen visa require considerable time and we recommend that you commence documentation early at least 8/10 weeks prior to departure. Visa process will not be undertaken until documentation is completed. You must apply for Visas 10 – 8 weeks prior to departure.


We are working on a Group Fare, Therefore you will be required to travel IN/OUT together as a Group. However, in the event you need to deviate from the group at the end of the tour and travel to another destination, a charge of EURO 450/- will be Applicable. All such deviations will be subject to availability of seats.


In the event you cancel your tour, following voluntary amounts will be applicable:

120 – 90 days prior to departure No charge
90 – 60 days prior to departure Rs. 50,000
60 – 45 days prior to departure Rs. 75,000
45 – 30 days prior to departure Rs. 100,000
30 Days prior to departure No Refund


  • Prices subject to change. Conditions apply. Late Payments subject to 20% interest
  • Any new government Taxes, Levies, VAT which may be introduced if applicable will be passed on to clients.
  • Once you make an advance payment the passengers are not allowed shift to another tour