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Information About Scandinavia

Frequently asked questions on your trip, climate in Scandinavia, our services, etc.


Visa Formalities: Some of the questions regarding your visa requirements to Scandinavia are answered below:

» Do I need a visa?

» Where and how to apply for a Schengen visa?

» Typical documents required for visa to Sweden


Do I need visa?

Scandinavian countries are a part of Schengen treaty. Citizens from certain countries/territories require a visa when entering Sweden / any other county in Scandinavia, Kindly check with the local embassy or contact us. 


If you want to visit one Schengen country, apply for a visa at the Embassy of that country. If you want to visit several Schengen countries, apply at the Embassy of the country of your main destination. If you intend to visit several Schengen countries but do not have a main destination, apply at the Embassy of the Schengen country of your first port of entry.

You must apply in person at the Embassy during the opening hours to lodge your application.

Your application should be lodged at the Embassy at least 30 days before the proposed journey is undertaken.

Please note that holders of Schengen visas are still subject to immigration control and are not guaranteed entry into any of the Schengen countries, even though they may hold a valid visa for these countries


Typical documents required for visa to Sweden

When applying for a Tourist visa for Sweden, you must submit all of the following documents:

Please note that all documents are required at the same time, or your application will not be accepted. Please bring all of the originals as well as a set of photocopies.

Application for Schengen Visa completed, signed and dated

Appendix B: Questionnaire for Visa Applicants

Appendix D: Family Appendix for Applicants

Passport. The passport should be valid for three months after departure from the territory of the Schengen countries and contain a blank visa-page.

Two (2) recent passport photographs with a light background.

Proof of purpose of the visit: evidence of accommodation, e.g. confirmed hotel reservation or confirmation of organised tour

Evidence of occupation/student status. Proof of your current occupation, i.e. an original letter from your employer, a solicitor a recent bank statement, etc.

Evidence that you have sufficient funds to support yourself during your stay, i.e. original recent bank statement, traveller's cheques or postal order
A valid personal travel medical insurance covering

– 30,000 Euro
– emergency treatment by a doctor
– urgent ambulance transportation
– transportation back to the applicant's home country if required for medical reasons
– (or E111 for EU-family member)

Parental consent is required for minors.

Your entry visa must be entered in your passport before your arrival in Sweden.

Please note the above is only an example and you must contact the local Embassy in your country for the specific details and information.


Here are some important and relevant sites which we feel would be helpful to tourists to Scandinavia.


You will find Country Description, Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP)/Embassy Location, Threats to Safety and Security ,Crime, Victims of Crime, Criminal Penalties, Special Circumstances, Medical Facilities and Health Information, Medical Insurance, Traffic Safety and Road Conditions, Aviation Safety Oversight and general information about the country.
This provides information for tourists in terms of places to visit and things to do. A must for anybody travelling to Sweden.

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The above costs are per person on a twin sharing basis
and subject to a final confirmation for availability at our end.
Please contact us for your Scandinavian tours details.

  • City Hall  (Daily)
    Stockholm's City Hall is an imposing red-brick building in Kungsholmen with a gorgeous interior, including a room walled with golden mosaics, a covered courtyard where the Nobel Prize are distributed every year. 
  • Gröna Lund
    29 Apr - 29 Sep 2017 (annual)
    Oldest fairground in Sweden, Gröna Lund is located over the water in Djurgården. Spectacular views are seen from the top of some of its scarier rides. Enjoy the world's highest starflyer " Eclipse".
  • The Royal Palace  (Daily)
    Official residence of the Swedish royal family, The Royal Palace's interiors are dominated by Baroque luxury giving your Scandinavian tour an asthetic angle even in winter.
  • Hot air balloon rides
    1 May - 30 Sep 2017(annual)
    Enjoy the Hot air balloon rides directly over Stockholm's city centre. Passengers are  taken to the most suitable starting point for a memorable trip to sweden.
  • Junibacken  (Daily)
    Junibacken is a children's theme park which lovingly recreates the world of the Pippi Longstocking books & Astrid Lindgren's other tales. Located in Djurgården, it is lighthearted fun for children during your Holidays.
  • Helsinki Contemporary Circus Festival
    May 2016 (annual)
    Helsinki celebrates the art of circus at this annual festival. Venues across the city play host to troupes from around Europe  featuring impressive stunts & colourful gymnastics.
  • Change of Guards: 
    Changing of the Royal Guards is a wonderful experience . Its a free 40 minute event in front of the King's residence.
  • Blue lagoon 

    Open All year
    Iceland's main tourist attraction, the natural geothermal spa is said to have healing power. It contributes to wellness, beauty with products, services involving minerals, silica, algae. 


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