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Fabulous Scandinavia Tour

11 days
10 nights






$ 6,035.00 (double / twin occupancy)
$ 8,235.00 (single occupancy)
$ 5,700.00 (3rd person in extra bed)
$ 4,465.00 (Child 06-12 yo sharing with 2 adults)

Optional Tours and Services
$ 70.00 (Rosenberg Castle)
$ 45.00 (Tivoli Gardens)
$ 110.00 (Kronborg Castle)
$ 85.00 (Kontiki & Fram Museums)
$ 80.00 (VASA Museum in Stockholm)


Jun 06, 2024 - Jun 16, 2024 
Jul 18, 2024 - Jul 28, 2024 
Aug 08, 2024 - Aug 18, 2024 
Aug 22, 2024 - Sep 01, 2024 
Sep 05, 2024 - Sep 15, 2024 


  • Copenhagen: Skt Petri Hotel 5*
  • Eidfjord:  Hotel Voringfoss 4* or similar
  • Bergen: Clarion Collection Havnekontoret 4* or similar  
  • Hemsedal: Hotel Fyri Resort 4*
  • Oslo: Grand Hotel 5* or similar
  • Stockholm: The Sparrow Hotel 4* or similar


  • 9 nights at 4/5 * properties as per program
  • 1 night on board DFDS Seaways Ferry (Exterior Seaview Cabin)
  • 10 Breakfasts - buffet style
  • 3 dinners (as per program)
  • 1 lunch & 1 light lunch (as per program)
  • English speaking  Tour Director from Day 1 to 14
  • All touring by private coach, including all the sightseeing mentioned in the program
  • Long-distance bus from day 4 - 9
  • Guided tours in the cities of Copenhagen, Bergen, Oslo & Stockholm as per program
  • Regular Arrival Transfer, from Copenhagen Airport*
  • Regular Departure Transfer, to Stockholm Airport*
  • Porter Service at DFDS Seaways & all hotels during the program (Excl. Day 1 & Day 11)   
  • Luggage allowance is 1 suitcase & 1 piece of hand luggage per person

Highlights & Experience:

  • Small groups, maximum 24 per departure – Escorted Exclusively in English
  • Cultural content and handpicked hotels in the big cities, boutique 4/5 stars
  • Luggage handling at the hotels


Day 1  : Arrival in Copenhagen

Arrival at Copenhagen Airport, greeting and transfer to the hotel by our agent. In the evening, we invite you to a short welcome meeting with your fellow passengers and your tour director.

Overnight in Copenhagen.

Day 2  : Copenhagen

Meet your local guide after breakfast for a guided city tour of Copenhagen. See the City Hall Square, where the famous pedestrian street "Stroeget" begins; the National Museum; the New Carlsberg Glyptotheque; and Tivoli Gardens. Next, drive by the Old Stock Exchange and the Naval Church. The historic canal district, Nyhavn, with its charming houses and boats, and the Kings' New Square, the location of the Royal Danish Theatre and the world-famous ballet. See the Royal Amalienborg Palace and the beautiful Gefion Fountain. Meet the Little Mermaid statue, an icon of Copenhagen. You will also see the Christiansborg Palace and the Rosenborg Castle, where the Crown Jewels are kept, from outside. 

Overnight in Copenhagen (B)

ROSENBORG CASTLE / Duration: 1,5 hours / Includes: Metro ticket, Entrance to Rosenborg Palace and guide. The Rosenborg Palace is a fairytale-like Renaissance palace in central Copenhagen, surrounded by enchanting gardens. It is famous for its collection of Danish crown jewels. The Rosenborg palace was built by Danish king Christian IV, “the Builder King”, in 1606 as a country summerhouse. It is one of the most stunning examples of Christian IV’s numerous architectural projects. The museum in the palace is divided into two parts: the palace interiors and the cellars where the crown jewels are displayed. Your visit to Copenhagen won’t be complete without seeing this Renaissance pearl of architecture!
TIVOLI GARDENS - Departure from Hotel at 18:30 / Duration: approximately 2,5 hours Located in the heart of Copenhagen, Tivoli Park is one of the main attractions of the city. The amusement park was founded in 1843 and offers something for everyone. Beautiful gardens, historic buildings, the wooden rollercoaster from 1914, numerous rides and more then 30 restaurants offering various gastronomic options. The Park has several music venues and a pantomime theater, offering concerts and plays throughout the day. At night, thousands of lights create an amazing and unique atmosphere. The tour includes one-way transfer, entrance fee & guided walk through the park. Return to the hotel on your own.
Day 3  : Copenhagen - Oslo (overnight ferry)

Free morning.

In the afternoon, transfer to the pier by private coach to embark on the DFDS Seaways overnight ferry departing to Oslo at approximately 16:30. Buffet dinner will be served on board. 

Overnight onboard (B, D)

KRONBORG (HAMLET CASTLE) & HELSINGØR / Departure from hotel at 8:00 AM / Duration: approximately 5 hours / Includes: private bus transportation, Entrance to Kronborg Castle and local guide Add some mystery to your trip and visit Denmark's most legendary Kronborg Castle, one of Northern Europe's finest examples of Renaissance architecture. The castle is on the UNESCO's list of World Heritage sites. It has also been home to one of the most famous princes in literary history - Shakespeare's Danish Prince Hamlet. Shakespeare never visited Kronborg himself but had no doubt heard the rumors of the riotous life in the castle from the many actors who performed there.
Day 4  : Oslo - Eidfjord

Breakfast on board. Arrive in Oslo at 11:15. We will board our private coach upon disembarking. We drive across Hoenefoss, Nesbyen surrounded by a landscape that alternates between forests of pines and lakes to arrive in the beautiful Hallingdal Valley.

Proceed through Gol followed by Geilo, a small town surrounded by mountains.

We continue to Hardangervidda to visit the Voringfossen waterfall and then to Eidfjord, where our hotel is located. Hotel check-in and evening at leisure.

Overnight in Eidfjord (B, D)

Day 5  : Eidfjord - Bergen

Breakfast at the hotel. This morning you will cross the splendid Hardangerfjord, by travelling across Hardanger Bridge. This Bridge has one of the longest suspension bridge spans in the world. After reaching the other side, we will continue along the fjord, passing by Nordheimsund and crossing birch forests until we arrive in Bergen – the capital of the Norwegian fjords.

We will enjoy a small fish tasting in the traditional Fish Market (light lunch) upon arrival. Afterward, a panoramic sightseeing tour with your tour leader, during which you will admire the exterior of St Mary's Church, Haakon's Hall, the colorful and picturesque fish market, and the old Bryggen area. We will also visit the wooden Fantoft Church (entrance included).

After your afternoon tour, you'll have the evening at your leisure. You can explore more of Bergen, try local restaurants, or relax and enjoy the city at your own pace. Bergen has much to offer regarding culture, cuisine, and beautiful views, so you'll find something enjoyable to do in the evening.

Overnight in Bergen (B, L)

Day 6  : Bergen - Gudvangen - Flaam - Hemsedal

After breakfast, we leave Bergen and continue the drive down the Naeroy Valley, surrounded by snow-capped mountains, to Gudvangen, where we embark on a ferry along the Naerofjord, one of Norway's narrowest and most popular fjord journeys. Disembark in the stunning village of Flaam, where you will take the famous panoramic  Flaamsbana train ride.

Flamsbana is one of the steepest train lines in the world on standard tracks. The 2-hour train journey runs through fantastic nature, past the Rallar road, steep mountains, breathtaking waterfalls, and 20 tunnels, and offers many spectacular views. In a single hour, the train takes you from the ocean level at the Sognefjord in Flam to the mountaintop at Myrdal mountain station on Hardangervidda, 863 meters over the ocean. Continue to Hemsedal for hotel check-in and dinner.

Overnight in Hemsedal at the Fyri Resort (B, D)

Day 7  : Hemsedal - Oslo

After breakfast, the journey from Hemsedal to Oslo offers a breathtaking view of Norway's stunning natural landscapes. As you embark on this road trip, you'll be treated to picturesque views and diverse scenery. As you progress towards Oslo, you might encounter serene fjords and crystal-clear lakes. Norway is renowned for its fjords, and you might catch glimpses of these deep, narrow sea inlets as you drive. The still waters reflect the surrounding mountains, creating a truly picturesque scene.

In the early afternoon, we'll reach Oslo, where you will check in at the hotel. In the evening, you will enjoy a walking tour with upur tour director ending in the lively Aker Brygge area, which is a perfect spot for dinner and fun evening.

Overnight in Oslo (B)

Day 8  : Oslo

This morning, enjoy the city tour of Oslo with a local guide, who will show you the most exciting spots of the Norwegian capital. Admire the views from the Opera house. Visit the famous Vigeland Park, one of Norway's national landmarks. In the park, you will see the sculptures by Gustav Vigeland, who dedicated his life to creating urban art. We will also pass by the Royal Palace and the main street, Karl Johan. The tour ends at your hotel.
Free night to enjoy this beautiful city.

Overnight in Oslo (B)

KONTIKI AND FRAM MUSEUM / Duration: approximately 2 hours / includes: private bus transfers, entrance to Fram and Kontiki Museum and local guide. Take the opportunity to visit these 2 fantastic Museums. The Kon-Tiki Museum and the Fram Museum are two separate museums located in Oslo, Norway, both dedicated to maritime history and exploration. The Kon-Tiki Museum is dedicated to the famous Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl and his expeditions. The museum houses the Kon-Tiki raft, which Heyerdahl used for his 1947 expedition across the Pacific Ocean from South America to the Polynesian islands. Heyerdahl's journey on the Kon-Tiki demonstrated that prehistoric people could have traveled across vast oceanic distances and potentially influenced the cultures of different islands. In addition to the Kon-Tiki raft, the museum also displays other vessels and artifacts from Heyerdahl's expeditions, including the Ra II, used to sail across the Atlantic Ocean, and exhibits related to Easter Island and other Polynesian cultures. The museum provides a fascinating insight into the history of exploration and adventure. The Fram Museum is dedicated to the polar exploration vessel Fram, which was used by Norwegian explorers Fridtjof Nansen, Otto Sverdrup, and Roald Amundsen in their expeditions to the Arctic and Antarctic regions during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The Fram was specially designed to withstand the pressure of the ice and was used in some of the most significant polar expeditions in history. Both museums offer unique insights into the world of exploration and are must-visit attractions for history enthusiasts and anyone interested in maritime adventures.
Day 9  : Oslo - Stockholm

Breakfast at the hotel. Depart Oslo and heading to Stockholm, passing Norwegian and Swedish forests through the region of Varmland, the home of many legends. A lunch will be served in Karlstad located by the Lake Vänern.  Arrival to Stockholm by the end of the afternoon and check-in.  Join your Tour Director for a walking tour of the Swedish Capital. The evening is at leisure

Overnight in Stockholm (B, L)

Day 10  : Stockholm

Breakfast at the hotel. Meet your guide and depart by private coach for a 3-hour city sightseeing tour of Stockholm. The city, built on 14 islands, connected by 57 bridges, embraces the unique character of 13th century Old Town with modern high-tech architecture. Stockholm is proudly called “Beauty on Water”. The sightseeing tour includes the chance for an outside view of the historically significant City Hall, where the Nobel festivities take place. Feel the medieval atmosphere of the Old Town "Gamla Stan", with its Cathedral and Stortorget, where the Stockholm Blood Bath took place. The tour also includes a drive to Fjallgatan where you will enjoy picturesque views of Stockholm. The tour ends at the hotel. The afternoon is at leisure.

Overnight in Stockholm (B)

VASA Museum following regular sightseeing / duration: approximately 1,5 hours / includes: entrance to Vasa Museum w/guided tour, private tour guide Following the city tour visit the Swedish warship, Vasa, considered as one of the world's largest and the pride of the mighty Swedish navy. The Museum was built around the 17th century warship, which sank in Stockholm's inner harbor on her maiden voyage in 1628; its discovery in 1956 and subsequent salvage in 1961 is one of the most important events in marine archaeology. Painstakingly restored to its original magnificence, the Vasa represents an authentic piece of living history.
Day 11  : Departure from Stockholm

Breakfast at the hotel. Our representative will meet you for your transfer to the Airport.(B)


Group size - max. 24 people

Regular Arrival Transfer Services included in the program are only available for transfers from the Airport in Copenhagen & to the Arlanda Airport in Stockholm and only on the published official date of beginning & end of the tour. The transfers are escorted by an English-speaking representative and are shared with other fellow passengers; therefore, minor waiting time at the airport may occur. This transfer service is not valid for passengers with pre/post nights or passengers who require private transfers – for a supplement, private transfers can be reserved for these passengers.

Monoligual English speaking tour escort and local city guide.

Group size - max. 24 people

NOTE: Maximum 2 children per room, sharing with parents.  Due to the nature of the tour and the destination, we are unfortunately not able to accept children younger than 5 years old on these tours.

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