Whether sticking to the islands of Denmark or looking to tour throughout Scandinavia, our Copenhagen-based coach and bus rental service offers you a hassle-free way to travel. Simply plan your trip with us and then leave it up to our drivers to see to the logistics, giving you more time to interact with your tour group.
WHY COPENHAGEN? Imagine a city of canals lined with picturesque colorful buildings full of charming restaurants and boutiques. Now add a generous helping of entertainment and culture as well as easy access to three major Scandenavian cities.
MONS KLINT – These pristine white chalk cliffs are just two hours from Copenhagen and are surrounded by opportunities for outdoor adventures like hiking and kayaking. The six-kilometer stretch of cliffside offers multiple small, private beaches as well as easy access to Aborrebjerg, one of the highest points in the country. Both the cliffs and the top of the hill offer phenomenal views of the Baltic sea.
OSLO – How many major cities can boast a ski park in the center of town? Along with skiing, Oslo is the cultural center of Norway, boasting a rich arts culture and plenty of foodie destinations like the Mathallen, a collection of upscale eateries serving up regional dishes from around the country in a food-court style.
HELSINKI – Often overlooked for Stockholm and Oslo, Helsinki offers its own quiet charm. Along with its claim to the most Art Nouveau buildings in Europe, the city boasts countless saunas and a vibrant farm-to-table culture. In Helsinki, you’ll find all kinds of restaurants from the most upscale to the most casual are dedicated to using locally produced food to create the tastiest dishes they can.
STOCKHOLM – Spread across 17 islands, this modern metropolis is Scandinavia’s crown jewel. The city is full of historic neighborhoods, chances for outdoor adventures, cosmopolitan entertainment, and one of the best nightlifes in the world, especially in the summer when the party can be brought outside thanks to the sun not setting until almost midnight in the peak of the season.