Our itineraries reflect 40 years of experience in crafting exceptional educational tours. That means we know exactly how to make the best of your time abroad—incredible destinations, immersive activities, centrally located hotels, and smart, well-traveled tour managers who ensure your educational goals are met. Here are some of the exceptional features of this tour.
We have high standards, which is why we take care to include these features in every tour.
After a busy day, comfort is key.
Save the commuting time, beat the morning crowds and keep right on exploring after dark when your hotel is in the heart of the city.
Delicious, authentic, multi-course dinners at local restaurants with meal times tailored to maximize your experience.
Part guide, part educator, part engineer, part mind-reader, part magician—ACIS Tour Managers are your travel partner.
Never wait hours at the airport to share a transfer with other later groups.
We're so sure you're going to love your tour, we guarantee it!
24/7 on the ground support whenever and wherever you need it.
Participants will have unlimited access to personal headsets so that local guides and ACIS Tour Managers can more easily communicate with the group along the way.
Our tours are designed to help you and your students be in the moment and experience everything the world has to offer.
Lace up your sneakers, hop aboard a bike and explore Copenhagen on two wheels. Sightseeing by bicycle is a fun way to get close to the city's most unique and interesting cultural attractions—whether that means the famous statue of the Little Mermaid in the harbor, the dazzling splendors of royal Amalienborg Palace or locals conducting business on the canals of the old sailor's quarter of Nyhavn.
Bicycle helmets are available and encouraged for use by all participants.
See Stockholm as the local fishermen do, from the water. Known as the Venice of Scandinavia, Stockholm's relationship with the water runs deep, and its islands, canals and shoreline are best explored by sea. You'll join an experienced guide for a kayaking tour along the cliffs of Kungsholmen, one of the 14 islands on which the city was built.
Students share some of the most impactful and rewarding moments of their educational tour experience, teachers share the level of quality and care they get from ACIS, and tour managers share a bit of the magic they witness as they facilitate learning and a love of new cultures for ACIS groups across the globe.
This itinerary is the starting point for your tour, but it’s not set in stone. If there are days you would like to change, or specific places you’d like to go, we can work with you to create a personalized program that fits the needs of you and your students.
Depart from the USA.
Arrive in Copenhagen, the largest city in Scandinavia and known as the known as the Paris of the North. Enjoy a free evening to begin exploring your surroundings.
Experience an up-close look at Denmark's capital on this morning's guided
Copenhagen by Bike tour, highlighting the city's cultural, commercial, and design treasures including views of the Little Mermaid statue, the royal Amalienborg Palace, and the canals in the old sailor's quarter of Nyhavn. The afternoon is free for you to explore more of Copenhagen at your own pace—perhaps take a canal tour, browse the National Museum, or stroll through the Tivoli Gardens.
Accompanied by a local guide, begin your excursion to North Zealand, a picturesque landscape just across the sound from Sweden's coast and a favorite vacation spot for the Queen of Denmark. Journey to Helsingør, fabled setting of Shakespeare's Hamlet, where you'll see the famous 16th century Kronborg Castle. Then continue for a visit inside Frederiksborg Castle, a fairytale Dutch Renaissance style castle that rises from an island in the castle lake. Its opulent interior also houses the National History Museum. Return to Copenhagen to board your overnight ferry to Oslo.
Wake up in Oslo and discover Norway's capital city on your guided sightseeing tour. Wander through the Frogner Park, see the remarkable works of Gustav Vigeland, view the Oslo Opera House, explore the Bygdøy Peninsula and imagine how the Vikings lived when you see ancient artifacts and preserved sailing vessels at the Viking Ship Museum.
Depart Oslo for Stockholm, traveling through the forests and crystalline lakes of the Varmland region. En route, pass through Karlstad and then Mariefred, where you'll see the magnificent 16th century Gripsholm Castle. Arrive in Sweden's capital city in time for a traditional smörgåsbord dinner.
This morning's city sightseeing tour of Stockholm shows you its architectural treasures, including the City Hall and the Old Town, as well as a visit to the Vasa Warship Museum. Enjoy a free afternoon to explore more at your own pace, perhaps with a peek into the city's past through the preserved buildings and customs represented at the Skansen Open Air Museum.
Experience a different perspective on Stockholm today as you view the city and its surroundings from the water. An experienced guide will lead you on a morning
kayaking tour along the cliffs of Kungsholmen, one of the 14 islands on which Stockholm was built. Your final afternoon is free for you to shop for souvenirs in the boutiques of Gamla Stan, or perhaps stroll among the many waterways that gave rise to the nickname Venice of Scandinavia.
Depart for the USA.
Most Enhanced health coverage, program interruption, baggage delay/loss and travel delay protection while on tour. Plus, enhanced medical/job loss cancellation refund policy
Rate $270Add to Tour
Enhanced health coverage, program interruption, baggage delay/loss and travel delay protection while on tour. Plus, enhanced medical/job loss cancellation refund policy
Rate $225Add to Tour