Europe may be beckoning but the thought of crowds and choosing where best to go may be off-putting. Off the Map Travel has eliminated these concerns with a new five-star, five-country holiday through Scandinavia and the Baltics, visiting Oslo, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Helsinki and Tallinn.
The individualized “5 Star Capitals” program seamlessly blends lodging at five-star hotels, a private tailored tour in each city, daily breakfast, other refreshments, a sauna visit in Helsinki, the option to book Michelin-starred restaurants, and five city-to-city modes of transportation including boat, car and train.
Perfect for a summer holiday, “5 Star Capitals” is also available year-round. All ages are welcome in this multi-country, multi-city five-star dive into culture, cuisine, architecture and attractions.
“5 Star Capitals” Program Details
The private trip is all about immersive luxury. Featured five-star hotels are Hotel Continental (Oslo, Norway), Nobis Hotel (Copenhagen, Denmark), Grand Hôtel (Stockholm, Sweden), St. George Hotel (Helsinki, Finland) and Schlössle Hotel (Tallinn, Estonia).
At each stop, participants will choose a walking or hiking tour that meets their interests. Possibilities range from historical, cultural, and culinary tours to even a Hygge walking exploration encompassing traditions that make up the “cozy” Danish way of life.
Off the Map Travel’s Adventure Artists will work with each traveler to tailor a luxurious, immersive (and very personal) experience in each city.
Add-ons such as private cycling and other special-interest tours are available to further customize each program. Additional days can be arranged.
The sample 13-day itinerary departs by car from the airport in Oslo to the city center, traveling next to Copenhagen on an overnight cruise, then to Stockholm by train, to Helsinki by overnight cruise, and arriving at the last stop in Tallinn by ferry.
Should clients prefer to substitute other hotels, Off the Map Travel can arrange the itinerary accordingly. Walking tours can be adjusted for mobility issues, but the overall goals are sustainability and leaving a minimal carbon footprint.