Top Scandinavian Vacation Packages
Get ready to enjoy the best of Norway, Sweden, Denmark and beyond on these top Scandinavian vacation packages. You can choose whether you want to explore one country in detail or experience the region’s highlights. Your personal travel consultant will plan it all for you, with accommodation, breakfasts, 24/7 support and more included.
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Discover a few hidden gems and delve more deeply into Scandinavia’s different cultures on a one-country getaway. Or opt for a Nordic adventure in Iceland, also known as the "Land of Fire and Ice".
About Your Scandinavia Tour
Imagine exploring the stunning landscapes and cosmopolitan cities of Scandinavia on a popular self-drive trip, guided group tour, train journey or cruise. No matter how you decide to travel in Norway, Sweden and Denmark, you’ll benefit from the insider knowledge of your regional travel expert.
When you book one of these vacation packages to Scandinavia with Nordic Visitor, you get:
• An authentic travel experience planned by a trusted agency
• A Stockholm-based travel consultant to arrange your tour
• A personalised, detailed online itinerary and travel guide
• Seasonal tour itineraries for summer and winter
• Handpicked accommodation for a relaxing stay
• 24/7 phone support for peace of mind
Nordic Visitor has made it easy to plan your trip to Scandinavia. Simply follow these steps:
1. Pick your favourite Nordic Visitor tour
2. Confirm your package
3. Check your confirmation email
4. Book your flights
5. Get ready for your trip
Why Choose Nordic Visitor
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Secure your trip your way with Nordic Visitor. Book a tour with as little as 10% deposit. With a 20% deposit or more, you will receive our cancellation insurance free of charge. You can also pay the full price right away to guarantee today’s exchange rate. Terms & conditions apply.
Trusted local travel experts
Established in 2002, Nordic Visitor creates unforgettable travel experiences in Northern Europe. As a tour operator with passionate travel experts living in Scandinavia, you can rely on us. You’ll have a dedicated travel consultant who’ll use their knowledge of the region to plan your dream getaway.
Nordic Visitor is dedicated to the best service quality, and this is reflected year after year when TripAdvisor awards us with their Certificate of Excellence. We also take great pride in our customer feedback: 97% of our travellers say they would recommend us to friends and family.
You are in good hands
You can reach us 24/7 on your travels by calling our helpline. There will always be an on-call travel expert there to assist you if something unexpected crops up. Should there be unusual weather or an unforeseen event, if needed we’ll amend your itinerary while keeping you safe and informed.
Flexible tour options
Nordic Visitor offers a wide range of curated tour packages in Scandinavia so you have plenty of options. That said, if you’re looking for something in particular, speak to your dedicated travel consultant about customising your trip. For instance, you can extend your stay or add extra activities.
Sit back, relax and enjoy the journey on a Nordic Visitor tour where all the details are taken care of before you arrive. You’ll have your own personal travel consultant who’ll book your accommodation, along with any activities and transport arrangements included in your package.
Full financial protection
With Nordic Visitor, you have peace of mind knowing your tour arrangements with us are 100% financially protected. Your payments are safeguarded as we comply with European Union laws on Package Travel regulations. This guarantees you a refund in the unlikely event of insolvency.
Head out exploring, safe in the knowledge that there’s a carefully chosen accommodation waiting for you. So you can sleep soundly because each place you’ll stay in has been handpicked by us based on its friendly atmosphere and high standard of comfort and cleanliness.
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Find out what our wonderful guests have to say about their Scandinavian vacation with Nordic Visitor.
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The fact that the travel documents clearly laid out the necessary transfers for trains, boats, planes, etc. was greatly appreciated. When the transfers involved a tricky change, the documents made sure to describe the signs as well as possible to assist. It was also nice to have all of the documents given to us in a single email so access was simple and easy.
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We felt that every aspect of our contact with you was professional and excellent and are very pleased we chose to book through you. There were no complications, errors, annoyances. We had a marvelous time in the three beautiful capital cities and loved every moment of our travels in them. We were especially impressed by the friendliness, courtesy and exemplary English spoken.
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Your Scandinavia Vacation Highlights
Scandinavia’s epic fjords, vast landscapes and trendy cities await when you tour the nations of Norway, Sweden and Denmark. Visit the region and soon you could...
- Soak up history and contemporary culture in Scandinavia’s capitals: Stockholm, Copenhagen and Oslo
- Wander Stockholm’s charming Gamla Stan, see the Royal Palace or sail the Stockholm archipelago
- Tour gems like the ancient Kalmar Castle and the charming town of Ystad in the Swedish countryside
- Dine al fresco on Copenhagen’s colourful harbourfront and take a stroll through Tivoli Gardens
- Cruise Norway’s stunning coastline, making sure not to miss Bergen – the “Gateway to the Fjords”
- Enjoy breathtaking scenery as you ride the Flåm Railway, part of the Norway in a Nutshell® journey
- Head to the Arctic Circle in winter to chase the aurora borealis and visit Santa Claus Village in Lapland
- Set sail on the Baltic Sea from Finland’s capital, Helsinki, where influences from east and west blend
- Venture to Iceland, the Land of Fire and Ice, and marvel at geysers, glacier-topped volcanoes and more
Frequently Asked Questions About
Scandinavia Vacation Packages
You may have a few questions before booking your trip to Scandinavia, so we’ve collected the most commonly asked ones for your convenience. If you’d like more in-depth information and travel tips, check out our Scandinavia blog.
It’s also good to know that when you choose Nordic Visitor, you can Book With Confidence, safe in the knowledge that your payments are protected. To find out about our booking process, payments and more, please read our FAQs and booking terms.
Although Iceland isn’t a Scandinavian country, it is often thought of as one. This is because it shares history and cultural norms with the Scandinavian nations of Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
Iceland is actually one of the Nordic countries, a group that also includes Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark. To find out more, check out this guide to the Nordic countries.
While each Scandinavian country has its own language, you’ll find that English is widely spoken throughout the region. In fact, children are taught English as a second language from a young age.
These are the official languages of each Scandinavian nation:
- • Norway – Norwegian and Sámi
- • Sweden – Swedish and Sámi
- • Denmark – Danish
With its tantalising variety of landscapes and activities, you’re sure to find something that captivates you in Scandinavia. This is true whether your interests lie in exploring the outdoors or experiencing the local culture.
This is just a taste of what you can expect in Norway, Sweden and Denmark:
- • Enjoy Norway’s stunning fjord and mountain scenery, whether you’re hiking or simply taking in the view
- • Tour Sweden’s regal city palaces and pretty countryside dotted with medieval villages
- • Sample the variety of Michelin-star dining establishments in Copenhagen, the Danish capital
- • Learn about Scandinavian history in one of the region’s many art galleries or museums
- • Chase the aurora while snowshoeing or riding a snowmobile in Lapland
If you choose to travel with Nordic Visitor, all you need to do is decide how you’d like to experience Scandinavia. From here, your dedicated travel consultant will use their insider knowledge to make the arrangements for you.
So get ready to sit back, relax and enjoy an unforgettable and hassle-free trip with the experts.
It’s also good to know that Scandinavia is a safe place to travel where plenty of the locals speak English and public transport is easy to navigate. This, along with access to our 24/7 helpline, makes a solo tour in Scandinavia a good choice if you like travelling independently.
Discover more reasons why Scandinavia is perfect for solo travel in this blog.
Although each of the Scandinavian countries – Norway, Sweden and Denmark – share similarities, each has something different to offer you. So if you can, we recommend visiting all three on your trip or returning to explore each in more depth.
Below you’ll find a brief round-up of the top travel experiences you can have in each Scandinavian country.
These are some of the best things to see and do in Norway:
- • Explore Norway’s stunning UNESCO-listed fjords, including Geirangerfjord and Nærøyfjord
- • Go on the iconic Norway in a Nutshell® tour and admire mountain peaks and tumbling waterfalls
- • Uncover the country’s rich heritage when you visit historic Viking towns like Trondheim and Bergen
- • Journey to the Arctic Circle and look out for polar bears in Svalbard, or learn about Sámi culture in Tromsø
- • Enjoy the road trip of a lifetime and immerse yourself in the striking beauty of the Lofoten Islands
Here are a few top recommendations for what to do on your trip to Sweden:
- • Wander the cosmopolitan streets of Stockholm, Sweden’s enticing capital city
- • Take a boat tour in the tranquil Stockholm archipelago, just a stone’s throw from the capital
- • Opt for a road trip around the Swedish countryside and visit Dalarna, home of the Dala horse workshop
- • Head to Swedish Lapland in winter for a memorable stay in the world’s original ICEHOTEL
- • Visit a Sámi reindeer farm near Kiruna or hunt the northern lights in Abisko National Park
Although Denmark is the smallest of the Scandinavian nations, you won’t want to miss exploring the capital city, Copenhagen. Get inspired and learn what Denmark is known for. These are some of our favourite things to do here:
- • Tour the city’s historic sites, including the 17th-century Rosenborg Castle
- • Spend time roaming independent boutiques and charming eateries just off the capital’s cobbled streets
- • Stroll through Nyhavn, making sure to stop at a café and admire this colourful district
Scandinavia is brimming with cultural hotspots and places of incredible natural beauty. So you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to thinking about where to go.
This list of expert-recommended places in Norway, Sweden and Denmark is a good starting point:
- • Oslo, Norway
- • Bergen, Norway
- • Geirangerfjord, Norway
- • Lofoten Islands, Norway
- • Stockholm, Sweden
- • Gothenburg, Sweden
- • Österlen, Sweden
- • Kiruna, Swedish Lapland
- • Copenhagen, Denmark
Read more about the best places to visit and when to travel in this ultimate guide to Scandinavia.
There are a few convenient ways to get around Scandinavia. These include joining a guided tour or travelling independently by train, boat or car.
Choose a Scandinavia guided small group tour and you’ll be able to relax while an expert tour guide shares their knowledge with you. Your local guide will also drive your group (of up to 16 guests) between each stop. This gives you the freedom to take in the view and get to know your fellow travellers.
In fact, one of the best ways to get around is by combining travel by rail and sea on an independent train and cruise tour in Scandinavia. And because the scenery is so stunning, the journeys between stops will become a highlight of your trip.
Or you could discover Norway, Sweden and Denmark on a self-drive Scandinavia package. Choosing a road trip gives you the flexibility to go at your own pace, meaning you can stop wherever you like along the way.
It’s good to know that while the roads are in generally good condition, road trips are best enjoyed during the summer months. This is because snow and icy conditions can make driving trickier in winter. So, it’s for this reason that Nordic Visitor offers road trips in Scandinavia from May to September.
Get inspired for your next adventure with these 2-week road trip itineraries in Scandinavia.
While Scandinavia is beautiful year-round, the best time to visit depends on what you’d like to see and do on your trip.
For instance, choose a Scandinavia summer tour to make the most of mild temperatures and the year’s longest daylight hours. These conditions are perfect if you want to spend plenty of time outdoors.
On the other hand, a winter trip to Scandinavia brings a different set of adventures.
Imagine seeing Scandinavian cities and towns draped in twinkling lights for the festive season and experiencing the Danish concept of hygge for yourself. You could also enjoy thrilling activities in the snow or go on a northern lights tour in Lapland.
To find out more about what each season has to offer in Scandinavia, you can check out these handy guides:
Northern Norway and Lapland are two of the best places to see the aurora borealis in Europe. Within Scandinavia, the rule of thumb is that the further north you go, the more likely you are to glimpse nature’s most spectacular light show.
And although witnessing this natural phenomenon can’t be guaranteed, travelling in winter will give you the best chance of success. This is because winter’s long, dark nights present more opportunities for spotting the northern lights.
So if you want to tick seeing the aurora off your wish list, then we recommend a northern lights trip to Norway between October and April. Alternatively, you could enjoy an aurora tour package in Lapland from December to March.
These are some of the best places to see the aurora borealis in Scandinavia:
- • Svalbard, Norway
- • Kirkenes, Norway
- • Lofoten Islands, Norway
- • Nordkapp, or "North Cape", Norway
- • Tromsø, Norway
- • Kiruna, Sweden
- • Aurora Sky Station, Sweden
The Nordic countries of Iceland and Finland are also top locations for a northern lights tour in Europe. Check out this guide to the best times and places to see the aurora in Northern Europe to find out more.
Yes, you’ll be able to choose from a range of seasonal packages with a variety of start dates. So you can simply pick the day that suits you best, depending on the time of year that you’d like to visit Scandinavia.
When you’re booking your trip online, you’ll be able to select your preferred start date from the tour’s availability calendar.
For example, Scandinavia guided small group tours have a number of guaranteed departures available to choose from. Meanwhile, you can choose any start date that works for you from the availability calendar on a self-drive, or independent train and cruise trip.
Absolutely, you can personalise your tour when booking online. For instance, why not customise your package by adding extra nights or optional activities to your itinerary?
This is ideal if you’d like more time to discover the sights in one of Scandinavia's trendy capital cities. You’ll also be able to choose from excursions like a boat trip in Stockholm’s archipelago or a food tour of Copenhagen.
If you’re looking for something more bespoke, you can contact a travel consultant to discuss your dream trip to Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
Our travel experts are happy to plan your bucket list adventure. They will share their insider expertise, whether you’re looking for the best Scandinavia family tours or an extra special honeymoon package.
It’s also possible to tailor Scandinavia small group tours by adding extra nights at the start or end of the guided portion of your trip.
We advise holding off on buying flights until your tour is booked, but it’s a good idea to check what times and dates are available beforehand. Once your travel consultant lets you know that your trip is confirmed, you can go ahead and purchase your flights.
Waiting until we have confirmed your accommodation and tour arrangements means that you can select the flights that work best for your final itinerary. Plus, if you have any questions you can ask your dedicated consultant for advice.
The weather in Norway, Sweden and Denmark can vary a lot depending on the time of year you visit. For instance, in summer you’ll experience mild temperatures, but in winter it can be cold and even snowy.
That said, no matter when you’re travelling, it’s best to be prepared for a variety of conditions. These all-season recommendations are a good place to begin when deciding what to bring with you:
- Walking boots or shoes with good grip
- Waterproof jacket and trousers
- Woollen or fleece jumpers
- Warm hat, scarf and gloves
- Warm hiking socks
- Quick-drying travel towel
- Sunscreen and insect repellent in the summer months
- Insulated coat and thick layers in the winter months
You can check out these destination guides for more information about what to pack for your Scandinavia adventure:
Our travel team is ready to answer any questions you might have about the region or these top tours. Get in touch with our Scandinavia travel experts to start planning your next adventure.
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