- From: 05/18/2019
- For: 15 days
- Landing in: Helsinki, Finland
- Returning from: Amsterdam, Netherlands
3 nightsSat. May 18-Tue. May 21
2 nightsTue. May 21-Thu. May 23
1 nightThu. May 23-Fri. May 24
2 nightsFri. May 24-Sun. May 26
2 nightsSun. May 26-Tue. May 28
2 nightsTue. May 28-Thu. May 30
2 nightsThu. May 30-Sat. Jun 01
3 nightsSat. May 18 - Tue. May 21
A relatively young city, the Finnish capital commands the Baltic Sea with its diverse architectural landscape and a rich culture.
Historic Center, Helsinki
Enjoy this center's eclectic mix of 19C-20C landmarks, all creatively woven together with squares and parks perfect for people-watching.
Temppeliaukio Church, Helsinki
Carved into an enormous rock, this unique church doubles as a performance hall, given its excellent acoustics.
Opera House, Helsinki
Home to the National Opera, this ceramic and granite building overlooks the Toolo Bay and offer world-class productions.
Central Park, Helsinki
Escape the city in this beautiful green park, which consists of lightly maintained woodland and gravel paths.
Nuuksio National Park
This national park is riddled with hiking trails and camping grounds, while picnic areas are nestled among lush forested scenery.
Founded in the 18C against a Russian invasion, this star fortress spans six islands, features a museum, and offers nice picnic spots.
2 nightsTue. May 21 - Thu. May 23
Tallinn seamlessly fuses its medieval past and architecture with modern amenities that include museums, cafes, and night life.
Historic Center, Tallinn
Spend a few hours exploring the ins and outs of the capital's historic center, enjoy people watching or relaxing in a cafe.
Kohtu Viewpoint, Tallinn
This platform offers amazing views of the Medieval landscape of the Old Town, the skyscrapers, the Pirita district, and the gulf.
View from Patkuli Belvedere, Tallinn
At the top of this popular street, visitors can view the Old Town's fortified medieval walls and beyond.
Kiek in de Kok, Tallinn
In addition to its panoramic views, this medieval fortification features an interactive museum of the history of Tallinn.
1 nightThu. May 23 - Fri. May 24
Founded in 1201, Riga is Latvia's center of Art Nouveau. History, culture, and art are seen in its architecture and landmarks.
Historic Center, Riga
Stroll through this center to take in its 800 years of architecture, diverse museums, and around-the-clock activities.
Art Nouveau Museum, Riga
This museum is a faithful restoration of a 1903 Art Nouveau apartment, from its moldings and layout to its furnishings and art.
National Museum of Art, Riga
This museum features the works of fabulous painters, sculptors, and other artists from Latvia, the Baltics, and even Russia.
Latvian National History Museum, Riga
This must-see museum offers a comprehensive trip throughout Latvia's history, from Neolithic times to the Soviet era.
2 nightsFri. May 24 - Sun. May 26
Sweden's capital and most populous city, Stockholm spans 14 small islands, offering its visitors culture, nightlife, and great food.
Historic Center, Stockholm
Explore the winding cobbled streets of the 13C Old Town, sprawling across the Stadsholmen isle and offering visitors much to see.
Skansen Open Air Museum, Stockholm
An amazing open air museum and zoo, which features a replica of a 19C town, and houses a wide range of Scandinavian animals.
Swedish History Museum, Stockholm
With over 3,000 artifacts dating as far back as the 21C BC, this museum also hosts a wonderful collection of gold artifacts.
Museum of Medieval Stockholm
Built on the site where an original 16C city wall was founded, this impressive museum traces Stockholm's medieval history.
2 nightsSun. May 26 - Tue. May 28
The capital of Norway, this easy-going city boasts world-class museums, buzzing nightlife, and several fun outdoor activities.
Historic Center, Oslo
Walk around Oslo's cosmopolitan streets, discovering this unique place where urban life and an easy-going rural atmosphere meet.
National Gallery, Oslo
This exquisite art gallery houses Norway's largest collection of paintings, drawings, and sculptures.
A picturesque peninsula, home to many of Oslo’s top attractions including plenty of museums, beautiful parks, and beaches.
Frogner Park, Oslo
Escape the bustle of the city and explore this expansive park, featuring several cultural monuments and the Vigeland sculpture park.
2 nightsTue. May 28 - Thu. May 30
Originating as a 10C Viking fishing village, the capital now offers amazing culture, historic sites, restaurants, and nightlife.
National Museum, Copenhagen
Denmark's largest museum of cultural history houses artifacts from all over the world, and covers 14,000 years of Danish history.
Historic Center, Copenhagen
Explore this incredible city center, rife with wonderful historic and cultural sites, or head out to grab a bite and visit the local pubs.
Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen
Boasting fine Dutch Renaissance architecture, this 17C castle features gorgeous gardens and various exhibits, including the Crown Jewels.
Port of Copenhagen
Lined with colorful houses, the largest port in Denmark offers restaurants and cafes where you can relax and watch the boats.
2 nightsThu. May 30 - Sat. Jun 01
The Dutch capital retains its medieval charm along with historic buildings, rich culture, its iconic canals, and charming streets.
A stunning world-renowned national museum with a focus on art and history, hosting a massive collection of artifacts and artwork.
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
Dedicated to modern and contemporary art, as well as design, this fine museum hosts nearly 100,000 items from Impressionism to Pop Art.
Historic Center, Amsterdam
Stroll along the iconic canals and streets, taking in the city's atmosphere, or head out to explore Amsterdam's thriving nightlife.
Beguine Community, Amsterdam
Established in the 13C as a pseudo-monastic community, this complex boasts historic buildings and an lingering peaceful atmosphere.