Scandinavian Dreams
From 1.725 €

Scandinavian Dreams

holiday package
Created: Wednesday, April 28, 2021
price per person From
1.725 €
Based on 2 adults
About
Created: Wednesday, April 28, 2021
Destinations: Faroe Island, Reykjavik, Aarhus, Gothenburg, Oslo
Themes
Romantic
Nature
Autumn
North Europe
Your day to day
28 Nov
Transport from Madrid to Faroe Island
Departure
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
11:00 - Madrid, Madrid Barajas (MAD)
19:10 - Vagar, Vagar (FAE)
9h 10m 0 PC 2 Stops
KL
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines - KL 1700
11:00 - Madrid, Madrid Barajas (MAD)
13:35 - Amsterdam, Schiphol (AMS)
Flight: KL1700
Transport type: 73W
Cabin Class: Economy
Connection in Amsterdam, Schiphol (AMS)
1h 40m
KL
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines - KL 1131
15:15 - Amsterdam, Schiphol (AMS)
16:35 - Copenhagen, Kastrup (CPH)
Flight: KL1131
Transport type: 73H
Cabin Class: Economy
Connection in Copenhagen, Kastrup (CPH)
1h 20m
KL
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines - KL 9541
17:55 - Copenhagen, Kastrup (CPH)
19:10 - Vagar, Vagar (FAE)
Flight: KL9541 Operated by: RC
Transport type: 32A
Cabin Class: Economy
28 Nov
1. Faroe Island
Stay
About the city: Wild nature, pure air and authentic culture: these are the Faroe Islands, the northernmost corners of Denmark, surrounded by the North Atlantic Ocean, between stunning landscapes and picturesque fishing villages. Only 50,000 inhabitants share this archipelago of 18 mountainous islands with hundreds of species of birds and placid flocks of sheep: the Faeroe Islands are a true natural paradise.
02 Dec
Transport from Faroe Island to Reykjavik
Multiple airlines Multiple airlines
13:50 - Vagar, Vagar (FAE)
22:30 - Keflavik, Keflavik International Airport (KEF)
8h 40m 1 Stop
RC
RC Atlantic Airways - RC 456
13:50 - Vagar, Vagar (FAE)
16:55 - Copenhagen, Kastrup (CPH)
Flight: RC456
Cabin Class: Economy
Connection in Copenhagen, Kastrup (CPH)
3h 10m
FI
FI Icelandair - FI 213
20:05 - Copenhagen, Kastrup (CPH)
22:30 - Keflavik, Keflavik International Airport (KEF)
Flight: FI213
Cabin Class: Economy
02 Dec
2. Reykjavik
Stay
About the city: Reykjavik is not your typical capital city, it has no magnificent buildings, or a historic city centre or grand monuments, this city is much more than that. Iceland’s capital is different, full of life and very close to nature. Its location, at the fringe of the Atlantic Ocean, between two fjords and surrounded by a lunar volcanic framework, makes the city, which name literally means Bay of Smokes, incomparably special. The world’s northernmost capital is the perfect place for outdoor and wildlife lovers. Surrounded by sea, whale watching is one of the most popular touristic activities. The city has plenty of open spaces: parks, pedestrian areas, a lake situated next to the city hall and Nauthólsvik geothermal beach just 15 min away from the city centre. Throughout the city there are 7 municipal geothermal pools where locals go to socialize and relax after work. Other activities like cycling, hiking, horse riding, sailing and fishing can all be enjoyed on the doorsteps of the capital. Aside from all its natural wonders, Reykjavik has always something to offer. It is a cosmopolitan and dynamic city full of museums, art galleries and cosy coffee shops. Its nightlife is exciting and outrageous, during a night out, it seems locals are making up for the prohibition on beer that was in force till 1989 and nightspots tend to stay open until the early hours of the morning. During the day, the capital is a much more relaxed place, with its trim colourful houses, rubbish-free streets and an easygoing pace of life. Reykjavik is considered the one of the cleanest, greenest and safest cities in the world. Getting lost in this city is almost impossible: Hallgrímskirkja church and Öskjuhlíð hill are visible from most places in the city centre and are essential landmarks for orientation. Reykjavik is dynamic, creative, modern, cosy and very special. Its peculiar personality and magnetic surroundings will make you agree that there’s no better city in the world.
07 Dec
Transport from Reykjavik to Aarhus
Scandinavian Airlines System Scandinavian Airlines System
12:45 - Keflavik, Keflavik International Airport (KEF)
21:10 - Billund, Billund (BLL) Alternative airport
7h 25m 0 PC 1 Stop
SK
Scandinavian Airlines System - SK 4788
12:45 - Keflavik, Keflavik International Airport (KEF)
16:25 - Oslo, Gardermoen (OSL)
Flight: SK4788
Transport type: 738
Cabin Class: Economy
Connection in Oslo, Gardermoen (OSL)
3h 15m
SK
Scandinavian Airlines System - SK 1903
19:40 - Oslo, Gardermoen (OSL)
21:10 - Billund, Billund (BLL) Alternative airport
Flight: SK1903 Operated by: EE
Transport type: AT7
Cabin Class: Economy
07 Dec
3. Aarhus
Stay
About the city: Aarhus is the cultural and student centre of Jutland and the second largest city of Denmark. It is also called Denmark's youngest city because every fifth of its inhabitants is a student at one of the city’s 25 educational and research institutions. The city has a huge waterfront and therefore has a big and beautiful harbour. Aarhus offers an elegant mix of cosmopolitan city and quaint small town charm, with wonderful pubs, restaurants and romantic places. The delightful Gamble By, the old town, is a unique cultural history museum with more than 60 original buildings from the 16th through the 19th centuries arranged into a believable village. Want to behold eternity? Don’t miss the expression on the face of Grauballemanden, who was sacrificed and cast into a tarpit two millennia ago; his current residence is the Moesgard Museum. When you are finished with the museum, head to the Prehistoric Trackway, an open-air museum of re-created prehistoric settings that lead through the Moesgard behind the museum all the way down to the excellent sand beach. Aarhus Domkirke dominates the city’s skyline. Its tower measuring 96 meters is the tallest in Denmark. Århus Teater is the town's architectural pride and joy. Designed in art nouveau style, it opened in 1900 and has been the venue for many critically acclaimed productions. Aarhus is loaded with student bars and cafes. Music, art and cafes flourish here. Aarhus is a laid out city where you can get a touch of beach, forest or village and get to know some delightful and interesting people.
10 Dec
Transport from Aarhus to Gothenburg
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
18:40 - Billund, Billund (BLL) Alternative airport
22:20 - Gothenborg, Landvetter (GOT)
3h 40m 0 PC 1 Stop
KL
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines - KL 1348
18:40 - Billund, Billund (BLL) Alternative airport
19:55 - Amsterdam, Schiphol (AMS)
Flight: KL1348
Transport type: 73H
Cabin Class: Economy
Connection in Amsterdam, Schiphol (AMS)
55m
KL
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines - KL 1163
20:50 - Amsterdam, Schiphol (AMS)
22:20 - Gothenborg, Landvetter (GOT)
Flight: KL1163
Transport type: 73J
Cabin Class: Economy
10 Dec
4. Gothenburg
Stay
About the city: Gothenburg is Sweden's second city and Scandinavia's largest port. Despite this, a great mix of city bustle and small town friendliness has made it famous as Sweden's friendliest city for years. In a nutshell, Gothenburg is a lively city with interesting sights and an unrivalled seaside atmosphere. Poseidon rules the city, the gigantic bronze sea god statue bares his muscles in the middle of Gotaplatsen, the city’s art centre, but his domain extends far beyond. Seafarers auction their catch weekday mornings at the Fiskekorka, meaning fish church. It is an indoor fish market which got its name from the building's resemblance to a Gothic church. Though Gothenburg is a bustling city, it can be pretty and restful, especially in the many parks. Slottsskogen has lakes, birds, and a zoo with Swedish animals. Just beyond are the famous Botanical Gardens, with collections from all around the world. Museums abound, but two are of special interest. The Röhsska Museum, the national museum of Swedish design and applied art and the Gothenburg Art Museum, housed in a magnificent building flanked by the theatre and concert hall, it features a world-class collection of Nordic art. Gothenburg's Cathedral, Domkyrkan, was built in 1815 on the ruins of two earlier churches which burnt down in 1721 and 1802. The neo-classical building is located at Vastra Hamngatan in the middle of the city centre. Gothenburg is not at all an industrial city as such but more a logistic centre. No grim environments or tall chimneys at all. Instead you have a huge amount of green areas, archipelago and loads of sport and culture. The bustle of crowds, the cosmopolitan restaurants, the cafes along the popular Avery, and the nearby western cost of Sweden make this city a humming one.
13 Dec
Transport from Gothenburg to Oslo
Wideroe Wideroe - WF335
16:05 - Gothenborg, Landvetter (GOT)
17:10 - Oslo, Gardermoen (OSL)
1h 5m 0 PC Nonstop
Flight: WF335
Transport type: DH1
Cabin Class: Economy
13 Dec
5. Oslo
Stay
About the city: Oslo is vibrant and modern with eclectic architecture, edgy nightlife and world-class museums. Located between the Oslofjord and the forests, nature takes centre stage in the capital, where you can sail, ski and hike to your heart’s content just a short distance from the city centre. This is definitely a place for outdoor and wildlife lovers. As you float past luscious green islands and towering rocky outcrops, the city unfolds before your eyes - sprawling out from its compact centre around the quays to the forested flanks of the surrounding hills. Made all the more beautiful by its diversity, Oslo boasts a jumble of modern and ancient buildings that give the city an eclectic feel, with the steel-and-glass Munch Museum giving way to the old-fashioned charms of the City Museum and the craggy medieval walls of the Akershus Fortress, which glowers out over the fjord. Most visitors will find themselves struggling to choose between Oslo’s numerous museums, which offer something for almost every taste: a face-to-face with the haunting image of Edvard Munch’s The Scream at the National Gallery, a chance to stand in the shoes of an Olympic ski-jumper at the Holmenkollen Ski Museum, or a window into history and culture at the unforgettable Viking Ship, Polarship Fram or Folk Museums on Bygdøy. And Oslo is certainly the cosmopolitan heart of Norway, with a rapidly growing café and bar culture, top-notch restaurants, and nightlife options ranging from world-class opera and jazz to indie rock. The capital’s thriving restaurant scene has seen it rewarded with four Michelin stars. The Grünerløkka district is close to the Munch Museum and is teeming with bustling little pavement cafés and chic bars. A thriving, truly vibrant city, the cosmopolitan heart of Norway really does have something for everyone.
16 Dec
Transport from Oslo to Madrid
Return
Iberia Airlines Iberia Airlines
11:30 - Oslo, Gardermoen (OSL)
18:15 - Madrid, Madrid Barajas (MAD)
6h 45m 1 Stop
IB
Iberia Airlines - IB 7493
11:30 - Oslo, Gardermoen (OSL)
13:05 - London, Heathrow (LHR)
Flight: IB7493 Operated by: BA
Cabin Class: Economy
Fare Name: Basic
Connection in London, Heathrow (LHR)
1h 40m
IB
Iberia Airlines - IB 7464
14:45 - London, Heathrow (LHR)
18:15 - Madrid, Madrid Barajas (MAD)
Flight: IB7464 Operated by: BA
Cabin Class: Economy
Fare Name: Basic
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