The itinerary starts in Stockholm where guests spend the first two nights and highlights include the Royal Palace and the Old Town. The next night is spent sailing to Helsinki, where guests take a tour of the Finnish capital and also have free time before the return cruise to Stockholm and onward coach journey to Copenhagen – home for the next two nights. In addition to a city tour, highlights include dinner at the famous Tivoli Gardens.
The trip concludes with travel with DFDS Seaways to Oslo, which includes a visit to the Viking Ship Museum, Vigeland Sculpture Park and free time.
Prices for this eight-night escorted tour lead in at £2,216 per person, based on two sharing, and include flights, transfers, accommodation, all sailings, the services of a tour escort and most meals. Departures are on selected dates in July and August.
Meanwhile, the company has launched its summer programme to Iceland and Greenland with the inclusion of three new tours. The extended portfolio now features the ‘Best of Iceland’, ‘Grand Tour of Greenland’ and ‘Viking Challenge’ itineraries, taking the total offered for both countries to 13. These include a mixture of fly/drive, city break, escorted, self-catering, self-guided, activity and specialist cruising options.