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The Nordic Capitals

This itinerary takes in the wonders of the four capitals of Scandinavia and Finland, each with their own cultural and historical identities. Starting in Stockholm, travelling to Helsinki and Copenhagen and finishing in Oslo, the tour is balanced to feature the main attractions in each city and allow free time...

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Rovaniemi (Lapland)

Famous as the home of Santa Claus, Lapland is a true winter wonderland where the sky is often filled with the enchanting spectacle of the northern lights. Located in Finland’s far north, the city of Rovaniemi springs to life every winter as visitors come to catch a glimpse of Father...

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Kemi

Kemi is a town and municipality located at the mouth of the Kemijoki river by Bothnian Bay in the Lapland region of northern Finland. The town was founded in 1869 by royal decree due to its proximity to a deep water harbour. With a population of about 22,000, the town’s...

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Helsinki

Spread across a cluster of promontories and peninsulas, the Baltic city of Helsinki is some 450 years old. Its wide avenues are lined with buildings echoing centuries of architectural excellence from Gothic through to art deco and contemporary, which are interspersed with numerous green parks. Whether explored as a snow-covered...

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Finnish Lapland, Rovaniemi and winter escapades

Rovaniemi is the official home of Santa Claus, visited annually by thousands of tourists wanting to catch a glimpse of him in his log cabin, located on the edge of the Arctic Circle. Rovaniemi is also the capital of Finland’s northernmost province, Lapland. This vast expanse of arctic tundra has...

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Finnish Lapland and Rovaniemi

Rovaniemi is the official home of Santa Claus, visited annually by thousands of tourists wanting to catch a glimpse of him in his log cabin, located on the edge of the Arctic Circle. Rovaniemi is also the capital of Finland’s northernmost province, Lapland. This vast expanse of arctic tundra has...

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Finnish Lapland & the Northern Lights

Finnish Lapland begins roughly along the Arctic Circle and expands north. Known as the ‘Wild North’, the area is the last refuge of Finland’s Sámi people, who have traditionally subsisted on reindeer herding. This vast expanse of arctic tundra has no craggy mountains or fjords, but is covered by an...

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Grand Baltic Explorer

What’s included Return flights from Heathrow with British Airways 10 nights half-board in 4-star hotels 20 meals: 10 breakfasts, 10 dinners All excursions included Travelsphere Tour Manager and Local Guide Overseas transfers and other transportation Porterage Audio Guide Included holiday highlights 
 Guided tour of Warsaw, Poland’s capital city The...

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Highlights of the Baltics & Scandinavia

Discover the contrasting cultures of the fascinating Baltic region, from colourful Scandinavia to the splendour of Russia, via the historic countries of Latvia and Estonia. Explore glorious palaces and UNESCO World Heritage sites on this unique Baltic Explorer rail tour. Departs from May 2017 to September 2017 and from May...

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Baltic Cities and St Petersburg Adventure

Discover a treasure trove of architecture and art… Rich in history, art and culture, the Baltic Sea is a fascinating destination. Medieval cities contrast with cosmopolitan capitals and architectural influences reflect both East and West. Plus look forward to an overnight mooring in St Petersburg with two days to explore....

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