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Family Denmark & Sweden

10 days from £3,465pp

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Tour highlights

  • Cycle through the vibrant streets of Copenhagen.

  • Paddle through the Copenhagen canals in a kayak.

  • Learn to bake traditional Danish breads and pastries.

  • Take a scenic cruise out into Gothenburg's scenic archipelago.

  • Enjoy a day exploring two of Stockholm's most family friendly museums.

10 days from £3,465pp

Price includes:

  • Scheduled international flights
  • In-destination transfers
  • Activities and excursions as detailed
  • All accommodation
  • 24-hour support while you travel
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Travel that's shaped around you

We know that travel has the most meaning when it's created individually for you. Our specialists will only start designing your trip once they understand exactly what you want it to be. So, consider this idea simply as inspiration for your own experience.

Itinerary idea in detail

With international flights from a choice of airports including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

  • Today you begin your journey by boarding your international outbound flight to Copenhagen. Upon arrival into Copenhagen, you'll be met at the airport and driven to your centrally located hotel. Once you've settled in, embark on a two-and-a-half-hour bike tour, passing by many of the city's major landmarks with a small group.

  • Today, join a small group for a bread baking cookery class with a professional chef. You'll learn how to make both traditional rye bread and Danish pastries. Spend the rest of the afternoon on your own with our suggestions. You might use the time to explore the city's many history museums or art galleries.

  • Glide through the heart of Copenhagen in your own personal kayak on a guided tour. You'll pass by the Thorvaldsen Museum, Christiansborg Palace, the Stock Exchange, and the Royal Library with your small group.

  • Board a train for the journey across the Øresund Bridge to Sweden, through Malmö and up the scenic west coast to Gothenburg, the world's most sustainable city.

  • Spend your day exploring the city on your own. You can head over to Haga, Gothenburg's old town, and while away hours in the boutique shops and galleries that line its cobblestone streets. Be sure to make time for fika, just like the locals would.

  • Today, board a traditional archipelago boat to explore the northern archipelago, the Bohuslän, all the way up to Marstrand, Sweden’s sailing capital. Marstrand lies at the end of the northern Gothenburg Archipelago, where the open sea begins, and is one of the prettiest towns in Sweden. Renowned for its scenery, wooden buildings, car-free roads and nautical culture, this feels a world away from the bustling, cosmopolitan Gothenburg.

  • Hop back on the train today, journeying from west to east across Sweden's pastoral heart. The rest of the day is yours to do as you please. You can cycle through leafy Skeppsholmen and around the pretty local parks. Hearty souls might take a dip in the water off the pier.

  • With our suggestions, you can spend the day on your own exploring the Swedish capital today. You might head to Gröna Lund, one of Europe's best-known amusement parks, or take a ferry out into the archipelago for some island-hopping.

  • Your local driver-guide will pick you up from your hotel this morning for a private, five-hour tour of two of Djurgarden’s best-loved and most family-friendly museums; Junibacken and Skansen. Junibacken is a whimsical park that recreates the settings of Astrid Lindgren’s renowned books. Go to a show, take a ride on the story mini-train or meet beloved fictional characters like Pippi Longstockings, Alfie Aitkins and Mamma Moo. Skansen, founded in 1891, is the world’s oldest open-air museum. You can walk among 150 different houses and farms from different eras, gathered from across Sweden. You'll also see traditional skills being demonstrated by people in historical costume.

  • You'll be picked up at your hotel today and driven to the airport with plenty of time for your onward flight. Your return flight will arrive the same day.

Accommodation options

While the itinerary price reflects the suggested accommodation, Audley trips are 100% tailor-made, and a specialist can help you select the option best suited to your tastes and budget.

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The specialist who designs your trip to Sweden will have explored the country many times and, in some cases, lived there. Their first-hand knowledge gives us the belief that no other travel company can match our expertise in helping you plan your trip.

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