The following collection of information is designed to answer some of the most commonly asked questions about traveling to Scandinavia and Europe. For additional questions and help, please contact our office.
From information about airline luggage allowance to helpful phrases in Norwegian, Swedish and Danish, get answers to the most frequently asked questions here.
Escorted Tours Terms & Conditions
Before booking a Brekke Scandinavian Escorted Tours, please review our terms and conditions for information regarding reservations, payment, travel documents, cancellation policy, air transportation and more.
Independent Tours Terms & Conditions
Before booking a Brekke Scandinavian Independent Tour, please review our terms and conditions for information regarding reservations, payment, travel documents, cancellation policy, air transportation and more.
The climate in Scandinavia is very similar to that in the northeastern United States, though rarely as hot in the summer or as cold in the winter. Thanks to the warming effects of the Gulf Stream, Scandinavia has relatively mild winters. The four seasons are quite distinct in various regions, so pack and dress accordingly. Average day-time temperatures in Fahrenheit: It is very helpful to take a look at the country-specific weather information for all the Scandinavian countries you plan to visit.
Several Scandinavian countries have not adopted the Euro as of yet. Please refer to the following to find the correct currency for the country you plan to visit.
Now that your trip is booked, help protect you and your travel investment with a Travel Protection Plan. We offer travel insurance programs that can provide an array of benefits such as: Trip Cancellation/Interruption, Travel Delay, Missed Connection, Medical Expenses, Emergency Assistance, Baggage/Baggage Delay, and Accidental Death & Dismemberment.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) was created in the wake of 9/11 to strengthen the security of the nation’s transportation systems while ensuring the freedom of movement for people and commerce. Within a year, TSA assumed responsibility for security at the nation’s airports and deployed a Federal workforce to meet Congressional deadlines for screening all commercial airline passengers and baggage. In March 2003, TSA transferred from the Department of Transportation to the Department of Homeland Security.