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Join this awesome trip through Russia and Scandinavia and take in the best these regions have to offer. Berlin, Copenhagen, Stockholm and Russia are on the cards, with loads of activities and experiences packed in for good measure. Not bad hey?

Bucket List Inclusions

Driving tour of Berlin

Driving tour of Copenhagen

Walking tour of Stockholm

Walking tour of Tallinn

Driving tour of St Petersburg with a local guide

Visit the State Hermitage Museum

Walking tour of Novgorod with a local guide

Driving tour of Moscow with a local guide

Guided tour of the Moscow Kremlin

Guided tour of Moscow's Metro

Visit Lenin's tomb

Walking tour of Riga

Visit the Hill of Crosses

Walking tour of Vilnius

Driving or walking tour of Warsaw (time dependent)

More Inclusions

22 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 10 dinners

-9 nights in hostels, 12 nights in hotel upgrades, 1 night in a cabin on an overnight ferry

Transport

Modern air-conditioned coach with free Wi-Fi

Group Size

46

Start/Finish Times

Start time:
Meet 17:00 in Berlin

Finish time:
Approximately 09:00 in Berlin



With more museums than rainy days and some of the best DJs on the continent, the only thing you'll miss out on in Berlin is sleep - but there's plenty of time for that later! Drop your bags and get the trip admin sorted at the hostel before getting to know your new trip pals over dinner.

We'll drive you around to see (what's left of) the Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie, the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag building. Afterwards, why not step out on an optional Third Reich walking tour for a local insight into what the city was like under Nazi rule during World War II?

Today we’re off to Copenhagen to find out why this city keeps popping up among the top five most liveable cities in the world. Get your bearings on a guided driving tour - and discover why Copenhagen is home to half of Denmark’s population.

Today you have the chance to explore the city in true local fashion: on a bike. Romantic streak? Check out The Little Mermaid, a tribute to the fairytale writer Hans Christian Andersen's pre-Disney masterpiece. Spoiler alert: the original version has the lovestruck mermaid become foam on the sea after she fails to win the prince's affections. Even back then, it seems, #thestrugglewasreal.

You know it for the IKEA hotdogs and meatballs (plus ridiculously good-looking people), but Sweden’s capital also punches way above its weight in design, fashion and some multicultural vibes you wouldn’t expect this close to the Arctic Circle.

Today we've cleared your schedule - so you can wander the city to your heart's content. Take an optional guided tour of Stockholm City Hall (the famous Nobel Prize banquet venue), or spend the day strolling through one of Stockholm’s many museums. Wanna take in some views? Then gaze at the greenery of Djurgården or let a hop-on-hop-off boat transport you around the city’s 14 islands.

Today is yours to do as you please. Need some suggestions? Well, you could always pay an optional visit to the Vasa Museum, watch the changing of the guards at the Royal Palace or drink copious amounts of quality coffee. Note: Swedes treat caffeine the way they do their style (very seriously). Tonight, we'll jump on the overnight ferry to Tallinn.

It’s all about whatever tickles your fancy today. See the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral or check out the KGB museum for a history lesson on the antics of the Soviet Union’s former security agency. Pro tip: Old Town is where you'll get the best kind of Estonian #throwback vibes.

Russia is next! After crossing the border, we’ll embark on a tour of St Petersburg: the country’s former capital. Later, scoff some blini and caviar (yes, caviar) – and wash it all down with a shot of vodka, if you wish. When in Rome...

Today: a St Petersburg driving tour with a super knowledgeable local guide. Learn all the juicy insider info as you check out oh-so-many bucket list items. Anything called the Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood has got to be worth a look (and it really is).

Dig into breakfast, then we’ll whisk you away for a guided tour of the Hermitage Museum. This place spans six palatial buildings, including the epic Winter Palace. You won’t want to miss this! Next: a spot of (window) shopping on Nevsky Prospect, the city’s main street.

Onwards through the Russian countryside to the World Heritage-listed city of Novgorod. While you’re here, why not try a drop of Medovukha (aka the Russian version of mead)?

We’ll roll into Moscow today, where the city is alive in rain, hail or shine. Believe it or not, this city sparkles - so be prepared for an incredible few days ahead. As you explore the city, you’ll be able to spot tangible reminders of Russia’s involvement in modern history.

Swing by the greats on today's driving tour - including Moscow University, Red Square and St Basil's Cathedral. Then: check out the Kremlin with our local guide before setting off to roam the streets. And tonight? You could always get fancy with an optional evening at the Russian ballet. Clink that champagne and get those binoculars at the ready!

Down we go for a guided tour of the not-so-mundane Moscow Metro. If you’re picturing the Piccadilly or Central Line in London, think again. Not even close! We’re talking chandelier-lined stations, each one more decadent than the last. Later, we’ll keep our history lesson going with a visit to Lenin's tomb and an optional guided tour of the Kremlin Armoury.

Today it’s out of Moscow and onwards to Velikiye Luki, where we’ll stay overnight. Quick fact: this town is also known as ‘Small Stalingrad'. Who knew?

Goodbye Russia, and hello Latvia. Riga's up next - another World Heritage star in an already studded Baltic lineup. Late medieval sights and lots of art nouveau await us on today's guided walking tour. Key highlights include: Power Tower, the Freedom Monument and Riga Cathedral. Oh, and the impressive House of Blackheads building - but more on that later.

You’ve got a free day today, so take the chance to explore Riga’s wooden buildings and medieval Old Town while you can. Set on the Baltic Sea at the mouth of the River Daugava, Riga offers a wide range of water activities, from canal boat tours to swimming at the beach. Tonight, why not hit up the town’s cellar bars?

Today we’ll set our sights on Vilnius: the capital of Lithuania. This city is home to Europe's largest baroque Old Town and the world's only statue of Frank Zappa (we know - the connection escapes us, too). Today’s walking tour will cover the Town Hall, Gediminas Tower and Vilnius Cathedral. Pro tip: as you make your way around, keep an eye out for the Gate of Dawn and St Anne's Church.

On today’s driving tour, you’ll find that modern day Warsaw is a far cry from its war-torn past. Once home to Frederic Chopin and Marie Curie, the city has loads to offer when it comes to history and culture - and its nightlife doesn’t disappoint, either!

Today, Warsaw is all yours. From the Warsaw Rising Museum to the Neon Museum (which houses Poland’s collection of Cold War era neon signs), this city is sure to keep you busy. Make sure you take some time to stroll along the newly-refurbished riverbank or check out some great views from the top of the Palace of Science and Culture! Oh - and don’t leave the city tomorrow without trying some stuffed parcels of deliciousness called pierogi. Cottage cheese and onion fillings may sound unusual, but trust us -they don’t have our seal of approval for nothing.

Time to return to the scene of the crime, #Topdeckers: today it’s back to Berlin. Tonight, we’ll reminisce over our amazing adventure over one last included dinner (sob).

We’re outta here after breakfast. Swap numbers and start planning your next trip!

-Third Reich walking tour: from €12

-Nightlife tour of Berlin: from €20

-Guided tour of Stockholm City Hall: from SEK 120

-Visit the Vasa Museum: from SEK 150

-Tickets to a Russian ballet: from €40-€80

-Guided tour of the Kremlin Armoury: from €25

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