You will discover real treasures around the Baltic Sea: Magical Tallinn, mystical Helsinki & modern Stockholm. Sweden´s metropolis impresses with its skilful mixture of history and modern. The imposing castles, the cobbled streets of the old town and the amazing archipelago landscape just outside the city is what makes this cosmopolitan metropolis so special. Stockholm offers a varied cultural experience, so you can choose from more than 70 museums. The heart of Helsinki beats calmly and the rhythm of the metropolis is cozy. It combines modern architecture, Finnish design and mystical culture with its extraordinary churches. The first thing you get to see from the sea are the towers of Tallinn´s old town that surround the city like red peaks. You will succumb to the charm of the medieval city: small cobblestone streets wind through the old town, in the colorful houses you will find cozy cafés. There is much to see in Tallinn: the Gothic town hall, the spectacular building with the onion domes Cathedral of the Russian Orthodox church and the old council pharmacy.
Day 1: Arrival in Stockholm - A
Arrival to Stockholm on your own. Stockholm is located at the mouth of Lake Mälaren in the Baltic Sea, spread out over fourteen islands. Upstream of the coast are around 24,000 larger and smaller archipelago islands. This wonderful location and the numerous, magnificent buildings make Stockholm one of the most beautiful capitals in Europe.
Day 2: Stockholm - F/A
Today your guide will show you Stockholm. See the most famous sights such as the Royal Palace, Marten Trotzigs gränd - Stockholm's narrowest alley and St George and the Dragon. The tour includes a visit to the island of Riddarholmen, with a stunning view of Lake Mälaren and the lakeside of the city. You can have a typical Swedish Fika in a cafe.
In the afternoon you visit the Museum Island - Djurgarden. The island has been in possession of the crown since the 15th century. Like no other place in Stockholm it collects many of the city’s most famous museums and cultural attractions (the Vasa Museum, Gröna Lund, the Abba