Experience the best of the Baltic & Scandinavia on this 7-Day summer overland tour of Finland, Estonia and Sweden. Experience culture and activities.
Pick up every Monday from customers’ accommodation in Stockholm
Duration: 7 Days and 6 Nights
Stockholm — Tallinn — Helsinki — Turku — Helsinki — end
Begin in Stockholm, one of the most beautiful capitals in the world, with a morning tour of highlights such as the Stockholm Cathedral and the Royal Palace. Continue on to Tallinn, which offers a charming blend of medieval tranquility and modern urban life. Visit historic buildings and visit the new Estonian art museum. Travel on to Helsinki where you will explore where Eastern and Western cultures collide.
At least 2 people are required for this 7-Day summer overland tour of Finland, Estonia and Sweden to take place
Children under 14 must be accompanied by a paying adult
Please be ready and wait in your hotel lobby 10 minutes prior to your scheduled pickup time
Infant under 4 is complimentary
Product may be cancelled or rescheduled if the group size is smaller than 2 people
7-Day summer overland tour of Finland, Estonia and Sweden: Intinerary
Day 1 : Welcome to Sweden!
Welcome to the beautiful Swedish capital - Stockholm that combines modern attractions with historic charm. Stockholm is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful capitals in the world, built on 14 islands and protected from the sea by Skargarden, the Stockholm archipelago. Your morning walking tour takes you to the Old Town with the Royal Palace, the Stockholm Cathedral and the city center with its famous City Hall. Afterward, you will accommodate in 3 star hotel.
Day 2 : Sweden & Estonia
Stockholm has been the most important city with politics and economics from the 13th century in Sweden. It consists of 14 islands and has its history for around 800 years. Stockholm locates between Lake Malar and Baltic Sea and the islands are connected with 57 bridges, so it even has the reputation as “Venice in Northern Europe”. Your professional guide will lead you to walk in Stockholm, and you will know more about this historical city with an attractive cultural explanation.
In the late afternoon, you will be transferred to the harbor to embark on the overnight ferry bound for Tallinn. While you travel slowly down the archipelago past numerous islands and islets, enjoy a sumptuous dinner on board the ship. The ferry offers a wide choice of restaurants, bars, shops and more.
Day 3 : Welcome to Tallinn, Estonia!
The capital of Estonia had been taken down by several different countries in its long history. You can easily see the Germanic culture and Russian culture both appear in church, castle and palace in this city. This rich and profound history can often make people feel not only amazed, but deeply emotional. Today you will be traveling back to the past of medieval ages. The buildings of the castle, the steeple and even each corner has a beautiful scene. Wandering in the old town is just like walking into a old oil painting. You’ll never know what surprises you will find!
Day 4 : Estonia & Helsinki
Tallinn is chock-full of sights, museums and countless stories to help you pass the time rather interestingly. Most of the essential sightseeing venues are in Old town, but make sure to check out wooden houses district Kalamaja and royal architecture in Kadriorg. Here you'll find the must-sees and a whole lot more. After lunch, head back to Tallinn to take the ferry to Helsinki and enjoy a refreshing tour through the Finnish archipelago. Upon arrival, you will be transferred to your hotel.
Day 5 : Highlights of Helsinki, Finland
A city of historic and modern architectural marvels, Helsinki is a visually exciting place. Its position on the Gulf of Finland gives the city a relaxed, maritime feel and an abundance of green space and forests makes it wonderful for those that love the outdoors. After a fire in 1808, much of the city was rebuilt with wide avenues and neoclassical brick buildings the order of the day. You may have spotted some of its architecture doubling as Soviet Union locations in films from the 1970s and 80s.
Discover the highlights of Helsinki on this private tour. You will be driven through the city and will see places like Senate Square which was designed in the neoclassical style by Carl Ludvig Engel in the mid-1800s. It is surrounded by the Government Palace, the main building of the University; the enormous Helsinki Cathedral and Sederholm House, the oldest stone building in Helsinki. See the Presidential Palace, the Parliament building and the modern City Hall and Finlandia Hall. You will also visit the monument to Finnish composer Jean Sibelius, and tour Temppeliaukio Church, which was quarried out of the natural bedrock with a design that gives it excellent acoustics.
Day 6 : Turku - the oldest city in Finland
The former capital of Finland is still full of cultural charm and history and is only two hours away from Helsinki. Around the town centre is the cathedral, central library, museums, and shopping centre, plus the artisan cafes and shops along the riverfront. Slightly further away towards the ocean is the seaside resort of Naantali, the Moominworld theme park, and the Archipelago National Park. Nature in the region is fascinating the whole year round. The region is comprised of a rugged archipelago ecosystem and ancient bedrock, where juniper and curling pine grow.
Day 7 : End of the 7-Day summer overland tour of Finland, Estonia and Sweden: Stockholm
Stockholm is a curious and interesting city, home to new tendencies. Enjoy your free day in Stockholm, stroll the cobblestone streets of Old Town and over the picturesque bridges that span the city’s canals. After, you will be transferred to the Stockholm airport.