$ 3,105.00 (double / twin occupancy )
$ 3,795.00 (single occupancy)
3-4* superior tourist class hotels
• 10 x overnights in good superior tourist class hotels including daily breakfast and private facilities.
• Additional meals including 3 x half-board dinners and 1 lunch.
• Entrances and activities as mentioned in the program.
• Local guide for sightseeing in Bergen, Oslo, Stockholm and Copenhagen.
• Services of an English-speaking tour leader day 1- day 10 inclusive (see special notes).
• Coach/Train transportation day 2-10 according to program.
One highlight after another awaits you on this trip through some of the most spectacular and fascinating sceneries in the World. The perfect combination of incredible natural beauty – with deep fjords, glaciers, picturesque villages and majestic mountains and the pulse of the three capitals of Scandinavia – with their unique characteristic and charm.
Own arrangements on arrival and remainder of the day at leisure in Bergen, the gateway to the fjords. Evening welcome meeting with tour leader. Why not take an evening journey on the funicular railway known as Fløibanen to the top of the nearby mountains for some stunning views
Morning 2 hours sightseeing tour of Bergen, including the popular fish market, and the historical part of Bergen known as Bryggen. Depart Bergen and head into the beautiful Hardangerfjord, the orchard of Norway. (B, D)
Continuation via Voss to Stalheimen, situated on the very top of the Nærøydalen Canyon with a panoramic view over the valley. Drive via the panoramic route to the idyllic village of Flåm, from where you enjoy a fjord cruise to Gudvangen. Continue in your coach to Vangsnes, crossing the Sognefjord, the longest and deepest fjord in Norway and arriving in Balestrand for check-in and dinner. (B, D)
Travel by ferry across the Fjærlandfjord, before reaching Jostedal and the Breheimsenteret Glacier Centre located by the Jostedal Glacier. The Jostedal Glacier is, the largest glacier on the European mainland. The whole glacier, and also some of the nearby valleys, is protected as a national park. In front of the glacier there’s a small lake, which can be crossed on-board the passenger boat. Unlike other glaciers, here you can get right up close. Lunch and entrance are also included at the Breheimsenteret Glacier Centre. (B, L, D)
Mid-morning journey across the Sognefjord again, this time to Flåm, before boarding one of the most beautiful rail journeys in the world, the Flåm Railway. A spectacular train journey that offers a panoramic view of some of the wildest and most magnificent nature in the Norwegian fjord landscape. The Flåm Railway is one of the steepest train lines in the world on normal tracks, where almost 80% of the journey has a gradient of 5.5%. Change trains in Myrdal and Geilo. Travel by coach for the remainder of the journey to the Norwegian capital, Oslo. (B)
Enjoy a 3 hours city tour of Oslo including the Vigeland Park with its 200 sculptures, a visit to Holmenkollen ski jump for a fantastic view over the city, and a walk on the Opera house (no entrances). Afternoon is at leisure to further explore Oslo and why not take one of the local ferries to the Bygdøy peninsula and visit one of the many popular museums. (B)
Travel towards Stockholm (train or bus), along the beautiful and idyllic countryside of Norway and Sweden. Arrival in Stockholm in the afternoon. Why not take the opportunity to feel the medieval atmosphere of the Old Town as you wander through its narrow streets, its historical and coloured sights. (B)
The day starts out with a 3 hours city tour in Stockholm. The city is built on 14 islands and is affectionately known as Venice of the north. Must-sees are, among others, the old city centre of Gamla Stan, the seven-hundred-year-old cathedral of Stockholm, seat of the archbishop, as well as Stortorget (where the Stock-holm Blood Bath took place) and Fjällgatan, where you will be able to enjoy a panoramic view of the city. (No entrances included). Afternoon is at leisure to further explore on your own some of the other best-kept secrets of this elegant city. (B)
Depart to Copenhagen (train or bus) and travel to the enchanting capital of Denmark, Copenhagen. Travel south, across the lovely landscape of the Swedish countryside, via Malmö, situated by the coast and directly across from the Danish capital. The two cities are connected by one of the longest bridges in the world – the Øresund Bridge. After crossing the bridge (and partly tunnel), your journey ends in Copenhagen. The remainder of the afternoon and evening is at leisure. (B)
Enjoy a 3 hours city tour through the Danish capital: The old waterfront district at “Nyhavn”, the royal palace at Amalienborg as well as the famous Little Mermaid statue (no entrances included). The afternoon and evening is ideal for a visit to the world famous theme park in the heart of Copenhagen, Tivoli (not incl.). (B)
Own departure arrangements. (B)