If you are planning to take a break before the end of May 2017 why not explore some of the Nordic destinations?

When in Stockholm start with a visit to City Hall, a beautiful building where the Nobel Banquet is held every year and from the tower you get a wonderful view of the entire city.

Go to Gamla Stan, Stockholm’s oldest district and one of the best-preserved medieval city centres in the world. Walk through the winding streets lined with stores full of handicrafts, antiques and art galleries. Stop at a cozy café. The Royal Palace and Stockholm Cathedral are also in Gamla Stan.

Experience Stockholm from the water and hop aboard a sightseeing boat and let it take you for a tour. To get a cultural injection, don’t miss the Vasa Museum on the green island of Djurgården and the Abba Museum close by. For dinner, take the Djurgården ferry to Slussen and Södermalm where you´ll find a great selection of restaurants.

Stockholm has 16 museums with free entry including The Swedish History Museum, The Medieval Museum, Army Museum, The National Maritime Museum, Architecture and Design Centre (ArkDes).

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In Copenhagen a visit to Tivoli Gardens amusement park is a must for all visitors to the city, young and old. Tivoli is located just a few minutes’ walk from City Hall, and Copenhagen Central Station as its nearest access.

At Langelinje Pier you will find one of Copenhagen’s most famous tourist attractions: The sculpture of The Little Mermaid.

Kronborg Castle is probably the most famous Danish castle, known worldwide from Shakespeare’s Hamlet.

Christiansborg Palace, located on the tiny island of Slotsholmen, contains the Danish Parliament Folketinget, the Supreme Court, and the Ministry of State.

Copenhagen’s largest shopping area is centered around Strøget in the heart of the city. Strøget is one of Europe’s longest pedestrian streets with a wealth of shops, from budget-friendly chains to some of the world’s most expensive brands.

If you are visiting Oslo with children you can be active and rent a canoe in the Nordmarka forest, visit the animals at Bogstad Gård, dive from 10 meters at Frognerbadet public bath, or take a ride on the rollercoasters of Tusenfryd Amusement Park. Or if you prefer to take it easy indoors you can pay a visit to one of Oslo’s museums suitable for children. Many of the museums have organized activities for children and families.


The Oslo Pass offers free entry to more than 30 museums and attractions, free travel on all public transport, free entry to outdoor swimming pools, free walking tours, discounts on sightseeing, ski simulator, Tusenfryd Amusement Park, concert tickets, climbing, ski rental, and special offers in restaurants, shops, entertainment and leisure venues.

You can also choose from Gothenburg, Bergen, Helsinki, Malmo, Reykjavik, Stavanger or Aarhus.

 Booking dates until 28th February 2017 and travel between now and 31st May, 2017.

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