Travel Impressions Adds Scandinavia Product for 2018

by Jessica Montevago
Travel Impressions Adds Scandinavia Product for 2018

Travel Impressions added new hotels and a day tour in Copenhagen. Photo: Martin Heiberg/Travel Impressions


Travel Impressions is expanding its Scandinavia portfolio for 2018 with new hotels and tours in Norway, Denmark, Finland, and Sweden.

In Norway, the company is adding Thon Hotel Oslo Panorama and Hotel Cristiana Teater in Oslo, as well as the Thon Hotel Orion and the Thon Hotel Rosenkrantz in Bergen. It will also offer a new Fjord Excursion Cruise and a full-day tour, Norway in a Nutshell, which takes travelers through the scenic landscape of mountains and fjords via railway, bus, and ferry.

Travel Impressions introduced the award-winning Copenhagen Admiral Hotel and the newly-renovated Imperial Hotel to its offerings in Denmark, in addition to a walking food tour through Copenhagen. It also added the Hilton Helsinki Strand, the Radisson Blu Plaza, and a new day cruise to Tallinn in Finland.

Travel Impressions’ newest hotel additions in Sweden include the waterfront Hotel Skeppsholmen and boutique Miss Clara by Nobis—both centrally located in the heart of Stockholm. The new Stockholm Panoramic Tour showcases the capital’s scenic highlights and historic treasures on a 75-minute luxury motor coach ride.

“After seeing the reaction to our Iceland launch [in 2017], we realized how much potential there is for agents in the rest of the region,” said Scott Wiseman, president of Travel Impressions.

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