Transat Invites Travellers To Discover Copenhagen

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This summer, Transat is launching two direct flights per week out of YUL to Copenhagen from 16JUN to 20SEP, along with a selection of guided tours, packages and cruises that highlight Nordic splendours.

The destination is also accessible to travellers from YYZ and YVR via YUL.

The route is serviced by an Airbus A321neoLR, a next-generation aircraft recently added to the TS fleet that includes the Club Class and gourmet dining. It also has the lowest fuel consumption and GHG emissions in its class.


One of the world’s great design capitals, Copenhagen is renowned for its waterways and green spaces, and as a place where pedestrians and cyclists reign supreme.

Visitors can take a boat ride along the canals lined with colourful houses, immerse themselves in culture at one of the royal palaces, enjoy a four-star dining experience, or explore the latest in lifestyle and sustainability trends.

Transat’s packages include air travel, transfers, accommodations, and breakfasts, along with the Copenhagen Card, which provides access to more than 80 top attractions and making it possible for travellers to maximize the time for sightseeing.

The 14-day Viking Route in Denmark & Sweden guided tour, for example, includes air travel, transfers, accommodations, coach and ferry transport, and the services of an experienced guide.

All the highlights of this stunning destination are covered, from a stroll through the cobblestoned streets of Ribe’s old town to tours of the royal castles of Koldinghus and Frederiksborg, all of Copenhagen’s must-visit spots and much more.

Flexible Options

Transat is also offering two multi-city packages lasting nine or 11 days, each featuring three destinations. Travellers are free to explore the essentials of Scandinavia at their own pace, but with no worries when it comes to planning, since their itinerary, transportation and accommodations are all taken care of.

The first package, Denmark's Highlights, focuses on Denmark’s cultural heritage with a stop at the ARoS modern art museum in Aarhus, and a chance to follow in the footsteps of Hans Christian Andersen in the town of Odense.

The second package, Capitals of the North, lines up an enchanting trio of urban expeditions that includes kayaking in the Oslo fjord, marvelling at the underground art gallery of Stockholm’s subway, and indulging in Nordic cuisine at Copenhagen’s hippest wine bars.

Transat also has a range of accommodations and car rental options for travellers who would rather explore Scandinavia at their leisure.

Group Cruises

Transat has four group packages (for 10 or more passengers) exploring Baltic and Scandinavian coastal attractions to choose from, all sailing from Copenhagen.

Russia’s glorious palaces, the little-known historic centres of Estonia or the magnificent natural features of Norway’s coast are just some of the sights to be had on a cruise.

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