The Travel Itinerary.

We have worked out an itinerary that we will use to get to Finland, At first we were going via Brussels and Cologne as this is said to be the fastest route, after some deliberation we decided that we should travel to Finland and stop off in a few of the countries we cross on the way, so here we go, this is our final travel itinerary.

London – Amsterdam by Eurostar

Stay in Amsterdam for three nights.

Amsterdam – Copenhagen by City Night Train

Stay in Copenhagen for two nights

Copenhagen – Stockholm by X2000

Stay in Stockholm for two nights

Stockholm – Helsinki by Tallink Sijia

Stay in Helsinki for two nights.

Helsinki – Rovaniemi by Sleeper Train.

We haven’t yet decided on where to stay once we get to Lapland, we will be staying for 1 – 2 weeks so I’ll update at some point when we have officially decided where we are going.

On our journey we will take breaks in-between traveling to see the sights in a the Scandinavian city’s. We have never been to any of the cities that we will be staying in so this will be a whole new adventure for us, also none of us speak the language so we will have to brush up on our Danish/Swedish and Finnish!

This is our plan for the moment, It may change between now and Summer next year but for now I’ll be writing about these countries and the transport we’ll be using.


9 responses to this post.

  1. That’s some iterary you have! Hopefully you get it all done without rushing! Take it all in and write it all down. It would be priceless to look back on this trip years later and have all of your memories written down. Take lots of pictures too! A picture is worth a thousand words. But pictures and words are worth everything!


    • If I can keep a travel diary up for long enough then I’ll post back once we’ve returned, Unfortunately I don’t have the best track record with diary’s, but pictures defiantly!


  2. Oooh sounds like you will have a grand fantastic time there. Enjoy! 😀


  3. Sounds fantastic. I’ve only been to Amsterdam and Stockholm, but they are both great. If you get the chance, there are some day cruises out of Stockholm that takes you through all the little islands around the city. Very nice and generally are paired with a dinner on board.

    And if you’re not a vegetarian, try the bitterballen in Amsterdam. (Or if you are, go for the pancakes). 🙂

    Have fun!


    • Ooh, thanks for that, I’ll have a look for that day cruise. I want to go on a canal tour in Amsterdam, My boyfriend (who’s dutch) doesn’t so I’ll have to persuade him 😛


  4. Wow, that is one trip you are planning to take. Sounds wonderful! Have fun.


  5. It sounds like it was quite a trip, you should have a follow up post with details of how the itinerary plan went.


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