Scandic East Europe with Russia Tour Package
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Scandic East Europe with Russia Tour Package
Russia, the world’s largest nation, borders European and Asian countries as well as the Pacific and Arctic oceans. Its landscape ranges from tundra and forests to subtropical beaches. It’s famous for Moscow’s Bolshoi and St. Petersburg’s Mariinsky ballet companies. St. Petersburg, founded by Russian leader Peter the Great, has the baroque Winter Palace, now housing part of the State Hermitage Museum’s art collection.Europe is a continent located entirely in the Northern Hemisphere and mostly in the Eastern Hemisphere. It is bordered by the Arctic Ocean to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Mediterranean Sea to the south. It comprises the westernmost part of Eurasia. Bilbao, Colmar, Hvar, Riga, Milan, Athens, Budapest, Lisbon, Bohinj, Prague, Kotor, Paris, Vienna and Amsterdam are also among your favourite destinations for a holiday or city-trip. We thank all the participants from Tourism Offices, community managers and the 320,793 voters who made their choice and influenced the result!Discover your ranking and travel more often by booking your flight, hotel and your things to do at the best price.
The Tour Manager / Station Manager / Local representative will meet you outside the airport. Proceed for dinner and then to the hotel and check-in.
Guided tour of Moscow: visit Red Square, see the St. Basil’s Cathedral, the White House and Christ the Saviour Cathedral. Next enjoy a ride on famous Metro of Russia. Later enjoy the spectacular Russian Circus.
Proceed to Kremlin: see the Kremlin Wall, the fascinating cathedrals, Cathedral Square and the Grand Kremlin. Later board your train onto St. Petersburg.
Guided tour of St. Petersburg: see the Peter and Paul fortress, the famous dome of St. Isaac’s Cathedral and drive past the Palace square with its dominant Alexander Column, the Bronze Horseman – dedicated to the founder of St. Petersburg, Peter the Great and many such interesting sites. Next enjoy a cruise on the river Neva.
Proceed to visit the Hermitage Museum. Later board a train to Helsinki.
Fly to Rovaniemi, the official home town of Santa Clause. Proceed to visit the Santa Claus Village here you have some free time. Later, proceed for guided tour of Arktikum Museum, a museum and science centre exploring the Arctic region.
Visit the Rauna zoo, the northernmost zoo in the world (May onwards). Proceed to the airport to fly back to Helsinki.
Fly to Helsinki for a guided city tour: see the Senate Square, the Lutheran Tempelliauki Church, the Sibelius Park, the Presidential Palace, Finland Hall, Opera House and many more interesting sights. Later, board the luxurious cruise across the Baltic Sea to Stockholm. Enjoy onboard activities and shopping on the cruise
Disembark at Stockholm, proceed for a guided city tour: Visit the glamorous City Hall – where the Nobel Prize banquette takes place, see the Royal Palace and the Cathedral, and visit the famous Vasa Museum. Later spend some free time on your own.
Drive to Oslo. Enroute, visit the town of Karlstad, situated on the northern shores of Lake Vanern, bisected by the Klaralven River.
Guided city tour of Oslo: Visit Vigeland Sculpture Park, the Viking Ship Museum and the Holmenkollen Ski Jump area and many more on your guided tour. Evening is free to explore the city on your own.
‘Norway in a nutshell’: Board train to Myrdal, change to the Flam railway line, for a scenic travel to Flam. Wander around the idyllic countryside, before embarking on a boat ride through the Aurlandsfjord into the Naeroyfjord, one of the narrowest fjords in Europe, surrounded by mountains of up to 1800 meters. On arrival at scenic Gudvangen, board the coach and travel through the impressive Norwegian landscape to Bergen
Guided city tour of Bergen: See the Hanseatic wharf Bryggen with its pastel–colour wooden houses, winding cobblestone streets, and Old Bergen. Next, take a ride on the Funicular train, to the top of the mountain; here you will also have a chance to shop at the many exciting outlets. Later, fly to Copenhagen.
Guided city tour of Copenhagen: See the City Hall, Parliament building, Amalienborg Palace, Stock Exchange, Gefion fountain, Little Mermaid statue and many other interesting sights. Next, visit the Carlsberg Brewery, learn about the brewing process and see the collection of over 21,000 beer bottles from all over the world. Later visit the famous Tivoli Gardens. Here you will have an opportunity to enjoy the various rides on your own
Drive to the town of Gedser, to board your ferry to cross over to Rostock in Germany. On arrival at Rostock, board your coach and proceed to Berlin.