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2 weeks in Copenhagen-Helsinki-Stockholm

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I am in the planning process of a trip to Scandinavia this fall. I can fly into Copenhagen from Toronto and it looks like flying out of Stockholm is easy enough and would allow me enough time to see both cities.

In researching flights between Copenhagen and Stockholm on SAS, I found the rates very cheap (around $95 USD one way) that I thought I could also add Helsinki to give me 5 nights in Copenhagen, 4 nights in Helsinki and 5 nights in Stockholm. (rate from Helsinki to Stockholm is only $59 USD)..

Is this too good to be true? Are there fees I am not seeing? We will be checking in 1 suitcase each probably. If there are hidden fees, we will consider dropping Helsinki out of the equation and just going to Stockholm and fly back to Toronto from there. I am used to train travel in Europe (France, Belgium, Austria, Hungary) but these seem like longer rides that I am used to, so thought flying might save a bit of time (I do know we need to give ourselves enough time for security, etc)

Any advice is greatly appreciated!

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