In March we spent about 2 weeks traveling across Scandinavia. We primarily planned the trip to go visit my sister living in Helsinki. But also wanted to spend time in other Scandinavian cities. I’ve been to many of them, but Andrew never had. So we made a great jaunt of it.
If you followed along on Instagram, (which you should be doing…) then you might be curious what our itinerary was. I’ve set created a breakdown so you can copy us or get the bones for your own trip and cater it to your own needs.
Day 1: Fly Wichita Falls to Boston
Fly Boston to Reykjavik, Iceland
Day 2: Day Tour in Iceland: Golden Circle
Day 3: Fly to Oslo, Norway
Day 4: Lillehammer
Day 5: Fly to Helsinki, Finland
Day 6: Sightseeing in Helsinki
Day 7: Sightseeing in Helsinki
Day 8: Ferry to Tallinn, Estonia
Day 9: Sightseeing in Helsinki
Day 10: Overnight Ferry to Stockholm
Day 11: Arrive in Stockholm
Day 12: Sightseeing in Stockholm
Day 13: Fly Stockholm to Iceland.
Overnight in Iceland
Day 14: Fly to Boston
Overnight in Boston
Day 15: Fly to Wichita Falls
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