Group Tours Of Scandinavia: Most Popular Places You Must Visit

Group Tours Of Scandinavia: Most Popular Places You Must Visit

Scandinavia is one of the most beautiful places. You can see stunning scenery, experience authentic culture and learn about history by visiting these countries. luxury tours of Scandinavia have a lot to offer and you won’t regret visiting it once while on tour. Here are some of the most popular places in each country that will make you fall in love with it even more:


Stockholm is the capital and largest city of Sweden. It has a population of about 930,000 in the urban area and 2 million in the metropolitan area. Stockholm is a modern, technologically advanced, and ethnically diverse city. The city is home to many museums, galleries, restaurants, and bars with plenty of options for shopping or just enjoying a walk around town.


Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark, and it’s also known for being home to one of the largest ports in Scandinavia. The city has many museums and parks that are worth visiting while you’re there. The National Museum of Denmark is located in Copenhagen and houses many artifacts from Danish history including Viking swords, helmets, and coins.

The Botanical Gardens are another popular attraction for tourists visiting Copenhagen; they feature more than 8,000 species of plants from around the world!

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Helsinki is the capital of Finland and one of the most beautiful cities in Scandinavia. It’s also a great place to visit during any time of year, but if you want to catch some summer Sun, May through August is ideal.

The city has much more than just natural beauty going for it: Helsinki has excellent restaurants serving up traditional Finnish cuisines like salmon and game meat; coffee shops serving craft beer on tap; beautiful parks where locals gather for picnics; museums dedicated to everything from art history to science fiction; markets selling fresh fish straight off boats (and plenty of other things); upscale boutiques selling everything from jewelry made out of recycled bottles to designer clothing labels like Armani Exchange or J Lindeberg–plus tons more stuff! There’s literally something here for everyone!


Oslo is the capital of Norway and home to the Nobel Peace Prize. The city has a population of over 650,000 and is known for its many museums and galleries, as well as its parks and gardens.

Oslo is also famous for its nightlife, with many bars and clubs located throughout the city. The city has a reputation for being expensive, but there are plenty of budget-friendly places to eat and drink.

Tallinn, Estonia

Tallinn is the capital and largest city of Estonia. It’s also the oldest city in Estonia, having been founded in 1219. The city has a population of about 430,000 people and sits on an island in Tallinn Bay on the Baltic Sea coast.

The city was given UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 1997 because it’s considered to be one of Europe’s best-preserved medieval cities, with many buildings dating back hundreds of years. It also has an impressive castle built by Danish rulers who controlled Estonia during its early history (from 1346 until 1561). Inside this castle are museums devoted to various aspects of Estonian history including military weapons like swords or cannons used during wars fought over control of this territory between Sweden (which later became Finland) versus Denmark/Norway; art galleries featuring works created by famous artists such as Edgar Degas who visited Tallinn back when it was still part Russian Empire called “Estonia.


We hope you enjoyed our list of the most popular places in Scandinavia. If you’re planning group tours of Scandinavia to one of these cities, be sure to check out our guides and itineraries for more information on what each place has to offer!

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