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  • 07 Jul - 16 Jul
Tripsy Club invites you to join a beautiful adventure through the Nordic countries this summer! With luscious scenery, stunning coastline, and mountains, it's an irresistible destination, so we can get up close to it all we've arranged car travel for you throughout the tour! The program of this colorful adventure will take us to the beautiful natural landscapes of Sweden, Norway, and Denmark, to castles that look like pearls scattered across emerald hills and wooded cliffs! The impenetrable walls of castles will take us back in time, luxurious palaces will welcome us with their rich interiors and exhibitions, and the colorful mosaic of cultural attractions in Copenhagen, Kalmar, Stockholm, Gothenburg, and Oslo will immerse us in the urban environment of Scandinavia!


  • Destination
  • Transfer
  • Included Activities
  • Optional Activities
  • Accommodation
  • Included Meals
  • Day 1 /2024-07-07/

    • Flight Sofia - Copenhagen / Denmark
    • Copenhagen
    • Car Hire
    • Free time
    • ibis Styles Copenhagen Orestad 4*
  • Day 2 /2024-07-08/

    • Free time of beach and fun
    • Christiansborg Palace
    • Amalienborg Winter Residence
    • The Little Mermaid
    • Cruise
    • "Stroghet" - the longest pedestrian street in the world
    • ibis Styles Copenhagen Orestad 4*
  • Day 3 /2024-07-09/

    • Car trip Copenhagen - Kalmar / Sweden / - 322 km.
    • Malmö
    • Lund Cathedral
    • Sandummaren - Sweden's best beach
    • Simrishamn - small coastal town
    • Kiviks Musteri - apple orchard
    • Karlskrona - archipelago biosphere reserve
    • Kalmar
    • Free Time
    • Best Western Plus Kalmarsund Hotell 4*
  • Day 4 /2024-07-10/

    • Breakfast
    • Tour of Kalmar
    • Kalmar Castle
    • Travelling by car
    • Borgholm Castle
    • Soliden Palace
    • A walk in Söderköping
    • Free time
    • Stockholm
    • The Studio Hotel 4*
  • Day 5 /2024-07-11/

    • Breakfast
    • Gamla Stan / Old Town
    • Royal Palace
    • The History Museum - "Nordiska Museet"
    • The ABBA Museum
    • Skansen - outdoor museum
    • Östermalm district
    • Drottninggatan shopping street
    • Free Time
    • The Studio Hotel 4*
  • Day 6 /2024-07-12/

    • Breakfast
    • Travelling by car
    • The Forges of Rademacher
    • Gripsholm Castle
    • Örebro
    • Wadkoping - outdoor museum
    • Örebro Castle
    • Slottsparken garden
    • Free Time
    • Scandic Örebro Central 4*
  • Day 7 /2024-07-13/

    • Breakfast
    • Travelling by car - Orebro to Oslo - 328 km
    • Karlstad
    • Christinehamn
    • Free time
    • Oslo
    • Citybox Oslo 3*
  • Day 8 /2024-07-14/

    • Free time
    • The Royal Palace
    • Fortress Akershus
    • The Opera House
    • Stroll along the promenade "Aker Brygge”
    • Vigelandad - outdoor museum
    • "The Holmenkollen Ski Jump"
    • Edvard Munch Museum
    • The Fram Museum of Research
    • A stroll along Karl Johans shopping street
    • Citybox Oslo 3*
  • Day 9 /2024-07-15/

    • Free time
    • Travelling by car - Oslo to Göteborg - 295 km
    • Göteborg
    • Gothenburg city centre tour
    • Free time
    • Scandic No. 25 4*
  • Day 10 /2024-07-16/

    • Breakfast
    • Travelling by car Göteborg - Copenhagen - 318 km
    • Halmstad walk
    • Free time
    • Copenhagen
    • Flight Copenhagen - Sofia





Copenhagen is the epitome of the Scandinavian style. Modernist lamps illuminate restaurant tables, bridges teem with bike commuters, and locals casually display simplicity, detail, and sophisticated beauty. Only here does the morning influx of cyclists look more like a bike show than a commute to work. Forget Milan, when it comes to style, Copenhageners are hard to beat. These principles underpin everything from Copenhagen's achingly fashionable streetwear brands to its world-famous furniture and lighting, to its ceramics and glassware. Together they have created a city of endless visual pleasure, where even the most ordinary activities are filled with a sense of quiet wonder and delight. When cities seek enlightenment, they usually turn to Copenhagen. The hometown of architect Jan Gehl - one of the world's leading authorities on sustainable urban planning - the Danish capital regularly tops global quality of life rankings. It is, after all, one of the greenest, cleanest, and most sustainable urban centers in the world, a place where cycling is serious transport, where buses and the metro run frequently and around the clock, and where the harbor is clean enough to take the plunge. Copenhagen has let the sprawl of cities like Melbourne and Los Angeles take its toll but has kept compactness and accessibility, making it extremely easy to explore.

Ibis Styles Copenhagen Orestad 3*


For our upcoming two days in Copenhagen, we have chosen a hotel from the world-famous chain - IBIS, located in the lively Amager Island district, next to the nature parks and a metro station. The three-star Ibis Styles Copenhagen Orestad offers a contemporary and cozy design that blends natural elements with bright urban accents. The vibrant Amager area will welcome you with a wonderful blend of nature and city life, numerous attractions, dining, and nightlife! The hotel offers a variety of indoor amenities such as a bar, a modern area to work or relax, free Wi-Fi, and a restaurant. Accommodation rooms are air-conditioned and comfortable, each with a TV, and safe and comfortable beds.




Kalmar is located in the southeastern part of Sweden in the Småland region and is an area steeped in history and adventure located right on the Baltic Sea! This part of the country situated on an archipelago features rich nature, historical monuments, culture, and design. Kalmar is a place full of contrasts, here past and present, tranquility and vitality intertwine. The Old Town's cobbled streets are adorned with well-preserved 18th and 19th-century buildings, and the most iconic among them is Kalmar Castle, which at its inception was just a fortified tower in the 12th century and later transformed into a magnificent Renaissance castle by King Gustav Vasa in the 16th century. The city's varied scenery, stretching into the Baltic Sea, includes some islands and peninsulas. The center of Kalmar is surrounded by canals, providing opportunities to travel the region by water, including around the castle. The region is also home to the small town of Vimmerby, birthplace of Astrid Lindgren, the world's best-loved children's writers. It was from here that she touched people all over the world and it was here that she laid the foundations for her fantastic work.


Best Western Plus Kalmarsund 3*

Spend the night in Kalmar in a modern hotel located in the very center of the city, where the Middle Ages are intertwined with the modern lifestyle. The Best Western Plus Kalmarsund hotel is within walking distance of Kalmar Castle, various restaurants, entertainment, and beaches, as well as close to the island of Öland! The hotel has a total of 106 rooms, all stylishly furnished and equipped with comfortable beds, an electric kettle, a hairdryer, a TV with movie channels, and free internet. The rooms are decorated in a Scandinavian style, with black and white historical photos of the town giving each room a unique character. The hotel offers a buffet breakfast including a variety of fresh dishes and drinks, which will give a perfect start to your day in Kalmar!

Stockholm - the capital of Scandinavia - is open to all different perspectives and new ideas! Innovations in music, design, fashion, and technology are born here, the perfect combination of history and a modern urban environment! From cultural treasures to green retreats, this city promises many experiences. Located on the southeast coast of Sweden, the weather here changes according to the four seasons. The summers are warm, sometimes quite hot and it rarely gets dark during the summer nights, which predisposes the city to boil with energy. Winter can be mild and rainy, but it can also be cold and snowy. The colors of autumn are spectacular in the city parks, and spring is welcomed by locals wrapped in blankets and sipping on a drink in outdoor restaurants and cafes! The picturesque city adds an extra layer of charm with the presence of the water that surrounds Stockholm, like a water frame. Getting around the city is easy, whether on foot, by bike, or by public transport, and each neighborhood has its unique personality. For example, Södermalm - known for its creative atmosphere, Östermalm for its elegance, and Norrmalm for its vibrant energy! In between is the Old Town /Gamla Stan/, which adds to Stockholm's diverse appeal.

The Studio Hotel 3*

For our stay in Stockholm of two days we have prepared a hotel offering a refined and comfortable atmosphere. Here you will find everything you need to relax. The "Studio Hotel" has modern amenities such as the internet in all areas, a fitness center, free guest parking, a common lounge, and a terrace. All accommodation rooms have comfortable beds, desks, TV, electric kettle for tea or coffee, private bathroom with shower, towels, bed linen and hairdryer. Breakfast in the main restaurant is included with accommodation here.



Geographical location has always been one of Örebro's great advantages. Located between the capital Stockholm and Gothenburg, this town has been a favorite place for traders, craftsmen, and small factories in the past and still is today. It is home to one of Sweden's best-preserved town centers and a beautiful Art Nouveau district in the Storgatan area. Orebro is home to magnificent buildings such as the theater, the Borgen - once a bank and now a hotel, the huge Central Palace, and the Masonic Lodge. The Masonic Lodge, known as "Frames", has a large outdoor terrace where visitors can enjoy the beautiful view in peace. The town's proximity to nature makes it an attractive place in all seasons. To the west rises the vast natural area of Kilsbergen, to the north the forests of Bergslagen, and to the south the wilderness of Tiveden! Sweden's largest lakes, Hjälmaren and Vättern, are also close to the city. The region also offers beautiful small towns with wooden houses, typical of this Scandinavian country, as well as many marked trails for hiking, cycling, and kayaking.

Scandic Örebro Central 3*

For our overnight stay in Orebro, we have prepared a centrally located hotel in the heart of the city. Cozy, broken, and offering dynamism, the "Scandic Örebro Central" will meet all your expectations! Despite the distance from home, you can relax and feel at home here. The personal treatment and attention to each guest will meet you with new friends. The hotel's interior creates a unique atmosphere, furnished with natural materials such as wood, stone, and leather, which connect with the spirit of the proud tradition of craftsmanship of Örebro. The hotel provides 160 rooms, each with comfort and a typical Swedish feel. The hotel has a fine restaurant and bar where you can relax and enjoy drinks on the comfortable sofas. Breakfast is included for our overnight stay, which will offer you a great start to the day.



Oslo is the capital of Norway - a modern and diverse city located on the beautiful Oslofjord. Its territory includes 40 small islands, the largest of which is Malmoja. The city has a rich past that has intrigued aspiring historians, and its museums preserve art and culture, making it one of Europe's key cultural destinations. Oslo is a picturesque city with many landmarks, modern architecture, exciting restaurants, cafes, shops, and attractions. The appealing mix of old and new creates a unique atmosphere, while leafy streets and squares contrast with bold new buildings designed by leading architects worldwide. Thriving Oslo also offers beautiful peripheral areas criss-crossed by hiking trails and cross-country skiing routes where you can encounter foxes, moose, and wolves. It is the only European capital surrounded by sea where you can walk in nature, kayak, sail, or ski without leaving the city.

Citybox Oslo 3*

Our stay in the capital of Norway, Oslo, is planned with accommodation in a hotel located near the Opera House, the city's central train station, and one of the most famous and visited streets, "Karl Johans Gate". All parts of the hotel are modernly furnished in the clean lines of Scandinavian design. The accommodation rooms are cozy, some with an emphasis on color, but each one has comfortable beds for resting, internet access, an armchair, a work desk, and a private bathroom with a shower. There is a TV lounge with a seating area and computers for each guest to use. "Citybox Oslo" provides a microwave corner, as well as vending machines from which snacks and drinks can be purchased.



Gothenburg is the largest port in Scandinavia and is referred to as the "Second City of Sweden". Known in the past mainly for Volvo production, these days modern design has replaced the industrial look over the city. Warehouses and industrial buildings have been transformed into art galleries, Michelin-starred restaurants grace the local gastronomic scene, and colorful cafes and bars give the city atmosphere and life. Gothenburg is made up of various new districts, and the historic center is separated from the rest by a jagged moat. In this city, you'll find the charm of neoclassical architecture, with tram tracks crisscrossing the green spaces in colorful carriages. During the summer days, there are always interesting cultural or social events along the canals where locals and visitors enjoy the long summer days and sunshine.

Scandic No. 25 4*

For our last night in Scandinavia, we chose to stay in Gothenburg in a centrally located hotel that is an ideal base for sightseeing in the city. There are a variety of cozy pubs and stellar restaurants nearby. "Scandic No. 25 provides a homely atmosphere with 112 rooms in bright Scandinavian colors and furnished with all the amenities for a comfortable stay. The cosy lobby reflects the hotel's spirit and atmosphere, and the popular breakfast buffet included in the stay adds extra comfort. At the dining bar, guests can order drinks or a variety of snacks, such as tapas or pizza.

Are you ready for an adventure?


1428 eur

price per person in double room

2223 eur

price per person in single room

  • Flights with Sofia - Copenhagen - Sofia with Wizz Air with priority and cabin baggage 55 x 40 x 23cm., and small hand luggage;
  • Car rental throughout the tour and stay with included insurance to third party insurance and two drivers (you could choose either to drive or to be a passanger)
  • On-site guide and organization;
  • 2 nights in Copenhagen / Denmark " Ibis Styles Copenhagen Orestad 3*
  • 1 night in Kalmar / Sweden with breakfast included " Best Western Plus Kalmarsund Hotel 4*"
  • 2 nights in Stockholm / Sweden with breakfast included "The Studio Hotel 4*"
  • 1 night in Orebro / Sweden with breakfast included " Scandic Orebro Central 3*"
  • 2 nights in Oslo "Citybox Oslo 3*"
  • 1 night in Gothenburg/Sweden with breakfast included " Scandic 25"
  • Travel insurance "Assistance when travelling abroad" with a cover of EUR 10 000;
  • Programme and selection of the best places to visit - Tripsy Club's own programme;
  • The trip is organized by a tour operator "Trips International" Ltd. with a certificate of registration from the Ministry of Economy, Energy and Tourism: RK-01-7641 and concluded insurance "Liability of the tour operator" with number 13052310000718 from Lev Ins Bulgaria.
  • Additional costs for the rental cars (additional insurance, fuel, parking, tolls, etc.) - divided between the passengers in the car
  • Personal expenses;
  • Entrances to any of the sites provided in the program and optional;
    - Amalienborg Palace (Adult: DKK 125 / Student: DKK 80 / Child under 18: Free of charge)
    - Christiansborg Palace (Adult: DKK 175 / Student: DKK 155 / Child under 18: Free of charge)
    - Boat tour - around 35 euro
    - Kalmar Castle and city tour (Adult: 185 SEK / Student: 145 SEK / Child 3-19 - 130 SEK, under 3: Free)
    - Borgholm Castle (Adult: 120 SEK / Student: 90 SEK / Child 5-17 - 80 SEK,under 5: Free)
    - Solliden Palace - градините само (Adults: 120 kr, 12-19 years old: 80 SEK, 7-11 years old: 60 SEK, 0-6 old: Free)
    - Royal Palace (190 SEK - Adults; kids 7-17 - 95 SEK; under 6 years old - free)
    - Nordic Museum (170 SEK, under 19 - free).
    - Abba Museum (299 SEK, 7-15 - 120 SEK,<6 free)
    - Skansen (Adults SEK 265 Children aged 4–15 SEK 80. Free entry for children under 4.)
    - Gripsholm Castle (Adults SEK 160 Children aged 7–17 SEK 80. Free entry for children under 6)
    - Örebro Castle (Adults: SEK 100, Children: SEK 60)
    - Royal Palace (Adults 175 NOK, Children 125 NOK, Free entry for children under 3.
    - Akershus Fortress (Adults 100 NOK, Children 40 NOK)
    - Oslo Opera House (130 NOK)
    - Munch Museum  (Adults 180 NOK, <25 - 100 NOK, <17 - free)
    - Fram Polar Ship Museum (Adults 140 NOK, Children and students  - 50 NOK)
  • 40 % of the selected package is due upon booking / if any of the deadlines in the following points have passed, the corresponding percentage for the given deadline is due /
  • Up to one month before departure, 100% of the selected package must be paid;
  • Conditions for cancellations:
    * 24 hours after booking - no cancellation fee
    * More than 31 days before departure - 40% of the value, as a cancellation fee
    * 30 days before departure - 100% of the value, as a cancellation fee;
  • Minimum number for the excursion - 2 people. Notification period in case the minimum number is not reached - 14 days;
  • Payments are made by bank transfer, you will receive the bank account together with the contract when booking;