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Scandinavia Tours

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Majestic fjords, modern cityscapes, cobblestone alleys, luscious pastries and the magical Northern Lights all await you when you explore the countries of Scandinavia. Take a look at the many options that are available on our 6-20 day tours of Scandinavia.

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Scandinavia Tours

Explore the magical, mythical Nordic lands on GET’s Scandinavian Tour Packages, where cutting-edge design and culinary trends are born, unspoiled nature abounds, and every city oozes history. From cosmopolitan capitals packed with cyclists to remote fjords in the Arctic Circle, the Land of the Midnight Sun enchants, and the northern lights even cast their spell on some lucky visitors.


Home of Hamlet, Hans Christian Andersen and the Little Mermaid, Denmark is a tiny country with a big reputation. In Copenhagen, visit Tivoli Gardens, the world’s second oldest amusement park, and shop iconic Danish house wares and luscious Danish pastries on the pedestrian-only Strøget. University-city Aarhus has a fascinating living-history Old Town.


Wander the cobblestone alleys of Gamla Stan, Stockholm’s medieval 13th century old town, and marvel at the incredibly preserved Vasa, a 17th century warship salvaged from the harbor in 1961. Visit Nobel Prize locations the Blue Hall and the Golden Hall, covered by 18 million gilded mosaic tiles.


The Land of a Thousand Lakes, Finland stretches deep into the Arctic Circle. Tantalize your senses with smoked reindeer, herring and salted licorice in Helsinki’s traditional food market, then explore Oulu, northern Finland's oldest city, a vital port, and the 2026 European Capital of Culture with a Town Hall designed by Alvar Aalto.


Majestic fjords line Norway’s extensive coastline, where waterfalls cascade from snow-capped peaks, dwarfing tiny villages. The Sami Parliament and Museum illuminate Sami culture. Oslo’s Viking Ship Museum, Akershus Castle, and the striking sculptures by Vigeland at Frogner Park shed light on twelve centuries of Norwegian heritage


See Europe’s largest glacier in Vatnajökull National Park and soak in the legendary Blue Lagoon, an enormous outdoor thermal pool. From Reykjavik’s modern cityscape to lonesome highways that bend out of courtesy to trolls, this striking land offers whale watching, incredible waterfalls and dramatic black sand beaches.

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