Sweden & Denmark
Sweden and Denmark are known for their historic cultures, long sunny days, beautiful coasts, shifting climates, gorgeous mountains, and, most importantly, their excellence in soccer. Many of the world's best players have their roots in Scandinavia, which makes a tour of Sweden and Denmark ideal to find competitive soccer teams. Every summer, Sweden hosts the Gothia Cup youth soccer tournament for international teams to showcase their skills.
Aside from the excitement of soccer tournaments and competitions, Sweden and Denmark have interesting history, art and outdoor activities for you and your team to enjoy. Major cities including Stockholm, Copenhagen, and Gothenburg are all along the coasts of their country, which gives you access to kayaking, sailing, swimming, and boat tours of the many small surrounding islands. Depending on the interests of you and your team, ProActive can craft a tour to fulfill and exceed your expectations of Sweden and Denmark.
AM: Spend your day sightseeing on a guided visit of downtown Copenhagen. Stops include the changing of the guard at the Amalienborg Palace, Fredrik's Church, Strøget, Rådhuspladsen, Kongens Nytorv and much more. Continue your tour of the city by boat.
PM: Visit to the Danish National Museum, have free time in the city to explore your own interests, and prepare for a friendly match in the evening against AB Tårnby.
(Sleep in Copenhagen)
Stockholm City Tour
AM: Spend your morning on a guided tour of Stockholm to visit sites including the Vasa Museum, Stockholm Old Town, Millesgarden, Stockholm Cathedral, the Royal Palace, and more.
PM: Enjoy free time in the afternoon before your first competitive game against local hockey team.
(Sleep in Stockholm)
Tournament in Gothenburg
AM: Return to Sweden to visit the coastal city of Gothenburg and attend the beginning events of the annual Gothia Cup.
PM: Hold a practice session in the afternoon to prepare for your first tournament match the next day.
(Sleep in Gothenburg)
Gustav's Corner: Scandinavian Expertise
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