Including The Oresund Bridge & Malmo
Flights from the UK and all transport within the itinerary
Quality Accommodation of 4* and above
Experienced Tour Guide from the UK
Scandinavia is becoming increasingly popular as a tourist destination, yet still refreshingly unexplored in many areas. With a population of approximately 10 million and only 22 people per square kilometre, Sweden is a mainly rural country with vast forests and thousands of coastal islands.
Join us on this tour and experience the Swedish way of life admired by so many.
Sightseeing tour of Malmö
Sightseeing tour of Gothenburg
Day visit to Kinnekulle area
Entrance to Gripsholms Castle
Entrance to Vasa Museum Stockholm
Modern touring coach to support the
Agricultural visits including dairy, beef, vegetables and arable
Experienced Bay Farm Tours tour manager
2 nights in Malmö
2 nights in Gothenburg
2 nights in Lidköping
2 nights in Stockholm
Buffet Breakfast every day
6 Lunches, including water, tea & coffee
8 Evening dinners including Farewell Dinner at Skansen Open Air Museum
Sightseeing tour of Copenhagen
Bridge fee from Denmark to Sweden
Flights from the UK
Our visit to Sweden would not be complete without a tour of Stockholm, often referred to as ‘Beauty on the water’ or ‘Venice of the North’. This beautiful city which is built on 14 islands is in a unique position surrounded by Lake Mälaren and the Baltic Sea.
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Average day time temperature around 22°C to 11°C during the evening and overnight.
As there is very little pollution, when the sun shines it can increase the temperature significantly
The 1ookr note features the famous actress of the silver screen, Greta Garbot who was Swedish American
Breakfast every day
8 Evening Dinners
We begin our tour in the Danish capital Copenhagen with a city tour, before crossing the Oresund Bridge to Malmö in Sweden. A spectacular bridge, it is the longest combined road & rail bridge in Europe and stretches the 16 kilometres between Denmark & Sweden
Our tour visits the productive south of the country, which enjoys a climate significantly warmer than the north and consequently a longer growing season. Conducive to the production of cereals, fruit & vegetables, this region also boasts livestock farms including, dairy, poultry and pigs.
It is difficult to find words adequate to express our thanks for the
wonderful tour we have just experienced. It is great to go to another country and meet and talk to the native people to get a “feel” of their lifestyle and problems. The agricultural, sightseeing visits, and itinerary were so well organised. First class hotels,
a superb group of people,
and weather to help, we doubt the tour could have been better.
Mr & Mrs P
Great Ayton, North Yorks