Artisans of Leisure has launched a new series of private tours featuring Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Iceland, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.
The private tours include access to experiences that focus on regional cuisine, design, Jewish history, architecture, soft adventure, and more. Among the new private tours in Scandinavia and the Baltic Seas are Culinary Tours; Art, Architecture & Design Tours; Nature & Adventure Tours; and Culture, History & Family Tours. The Culinary Tours include private visits to food markets such as Torvehalleme in Copenhagen, Ostemalms Saluhall in Stockholm and the Central Market in Riga; tasting tours in Scandinavian cities; reservations and chef’s table experiences at top restaurants including New Nordic favorites such as Frantzen in Stockholm, Chef & Sommelier in Helsinki, and Dill in Reykjavik; lessons on how to make marzipan, chocolate, and pastries; cooking classes; and behind-the-scenes kitchen tours. The Art, Architecture & Design Tours are private tours with art guides to contemporary art and design museums such as Luisiana in Denmark, Artipelag in Stockholm, and Kumu in Tallinn; insider shopping tours of design boutiques; private tours of the Alvar Aalto house and the Rock Church in Helsinki, and the Opera House in Copenhangen; Art Nouveau architecture tours in Riga and Helsinki; private excursions to the Iittala glass factory in Finland, or the glass-making region of Sweden; and touring Gustavian palaces and interiors in Sweden.
These tours include personalized itinerary planning, insider private touring, and accommodations in luxury hotels. For more information, visit artisansofleisure.com.