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21 Day – Scandinavia Europe Tour

Sail the Baltic Sea, crossing rolling tundra and glassy fjords in your search for the midnight sun, all the while enjoying the local culture, history and striking scenery.

Begin your 21 day tour in Copenhagen visiting the famous Tivoli Gardens entertainment park, see the stunning interior of  Christiansborg Palace and visit Rosenborg Castle, Amalienborg Palace, the Renaissance Stock Exchange and Hans Christian Andersen’s Little Mermaid on the harbour.

Cross the Øresund Bridge from Denmark to Sweden, the longest road and rail bridge in Europe, spanning 16km over the Flinte channel.

See the Blå hallen, (Blue Hall), where the Nobel Prize banquets are held in Stockholm and the famous Gyllene salen, (Golden Hall) which is covered by 18 million gilded tiles.

Cruise the Baltic sea from Stockholm to Finland and enjoy the beautiful views from your high class cabin to the fashionable harbour city of Helsinki where can see the interesting Sibelius Monument and Finlandia Hall.

Admire spectacular views from the Puijo Tower in Kuopio, meet Santa Clause in Rovaniemi, the modern capital of the region and keep a look out for reindeer, polar bears, lynxes or even a wolverine in Lapland.

Experience stunning views of soaring mountains, icy glaciers, rivers, lakes, snow-covered mountains, gushing waterfalls, Fjords and green valleys on this never to be forgotten tour.




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Tour Highlights

  • Alta: Meet Trine Lyrek at her working husky farm. Learn of the challenges Trine and her Huskies face when competing in Arctic dog sled races
  • Rovaniemi: Meet Santa Clause when you visit his village where it is Christmas all year round! From his post office, make sure that Santa sends Christmas letters to friends and family back home come
  • Copenhagen: Make the most of the long summer nights at Tivoli Gardens, the famous entertainment park
  • Karasjok: Visit the museum devoted to Sami history and culture, offering a glimpse into the old Sami lifestyle
  • North Cape: Europe's most northern point where the sun never sets. Even at midnight, the sun clings to the horizon. Enjoy champagne and caviar to make it even more special
  • Geiranger: Cruise along the deep, blue waters of majestic Geirangerfjord, surrounded by snow-covered mountains, gushing waterfalls and lush green vegetation
  • Oslo: Stand beneath the scrolled prows and handcut hulls of 9th century ships that carried Viking nobles to the afterlife and learn about their traditions and culture when you visit the Viking Ship Museum
  • Oslo: Guided by your Local Expert, see the impressive Akershus Castle and the Royal Palace. Take a moment to contemplate the interesting Vigeland sculptures when you visit Frogner Park
  • Copenhagen: Explore with your Local Expert. See Hans Christian Andersen's Little Mermaid on the harbour, the Renaissance Stock Exchange, Rosenborg Castle and Amalienborg Palace
  • Copenhagen: With a Local Expert, witness the regal interior of Christiansborg Palace, with its stunning tapestries, furnishings and decor
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Tour Itinerary

Day 1 - Your Journey Begins

Board your overnight flight to Europe (Please ask about our great deals).

Day 2 - Welcome to Copenhagen

On arrival at Copenhagen Airport, your transfer shuttle service will leave for your hotel at 09:00, 12:00 and 15:00. Join your Travel Director at 17:30, for a warm and friendly Welcome Dinner, followed by a visit to the glittering lights and enchanting atmosphere of the world-famous Tivoli Gardens.

Hotel:   Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel

Meals:   Dinner with Wine

 

Day 3 - Copenhagen

Start the day by meeting your Local Expert and see Hans Christian Andersen’s Little Mermaid, gazing wistfully across the harbour. Follow this with a visit inside the Christiansborg Palace, seat of the Danish Government, to marvel at the opulent interior.

See the the Renaissance Stock Exchange, Rosenborg Castle and Amalienborg Palace, home of the royal family.

The rest of the day is at leisure to continue exploring as you wish.

Hotel:    Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel

Meals:   Buffet Breakfast

 

Day 4 - Stockholm, City of Islands

Travel from Denmark to Sweden by crossing the incredible Øresund Bridge. Spanning 16km over the Flinte channel it’s the longest road and rail bridge in Europe. Pass through the artificial island of Peberholm which has become a haven for flora and fauna and continue through the Skåne region, which gave its name to Scandinavia.

Enjoy views of the patchwork of fertile farmlands as you journey along the shores of Lake Vättern to the Swedish capital, Stockholm, which is set on 14 beautiful islands.

In the evening, perhaps try the local cuisine served in traditional surroundings.

Hotel:   Hilton Stockholm Slussen

Meals:   Buffet Breakfast

Day 5 - Stockholm and Baltic Sea Cruise

Join a Local Expert for your visit to the City Hall’s marvellous Gyllene salen, the Golden Hall, and the Blå hallen, the Blue Hall, where the Nobel Prize banquets are held.

Continue to Gamla Stan, the medieval heart of the city. View the cathedral and walk through the Old Town to see the Royal Palace. With the afternoon at leisure, don’t miss the opportunity to visit the Vasa Galleon, a marvellous impression of life on board a 17th century naval vessel.

In the evening, board your Baltic cruise to Finland and voyage through the largest archipelago in the world. Enjoy dinner on-board and enjoy the seemingly endless sea views from the comfort of your high-class, sea-view cabin, while the northern sun hangs over the horizon, showing almost no sign of setting in mid-summer.

Hotel:    Cruising

Meals:   Buffet Breakfast, Dinner with Wine

Day 6 - Helsinki

(Relaxed Start) Helsinki is known as a global trendsetter in design, fashion, stunning architecture and luscious parks.

Disembark your Baltic cruise to meet your Local Expert. Visit the astonishing modern Church in the Rock and see the Sibelius Monument and Finlandia Hall.

Afterwards, enjoy time to explore on your own.

Why not stop for lunch at the colourful market located by the harbour and spend time browsing the vast array of stalls selling local souvenirs, handicrafts as well as fruits, vegetables and world-class pancakes.

Hotel:    GLO Hotel Art

Meals:   Buffet Breakfast

Day 7 - Lakes and Forests to Kuopio

Finland is a land of beautiful lakes and enchanting forests. Sit back and relax as you take in the spectacular scenery.

On arrival in Kuopio, ascend Puijo Tower for a splendid panorama that will reveal why Finland is called the land of a thousand lakes. Adjoining the hotel is the well-revered Grillsson Steakhouse and Bar, known for their homely atmosphere. Sit back and relax as you are treated to a delicious, freshly-prepared, three-course meal that includes slow-cooked beef brisket and country-style potatoes.

Hotel:    Cumulus Kuopio Hotel

Meals:   Buffet Breakfast, Dinner

Day 8 - Rovaniemi

As you journey towards the Arctic, travel through Lapland, native home to the nomadic Sami people. Visit Oulu, Northern Finland’s oldest city. It is also the largest general port in the Bothnian Bay, made up of 3 harbours. Enjoy time to explore the centre of the city that is spread across several islands, connected by pedestrian bridges and cycleways, considered one of the best in Europe.

Your travels continue to Rovaniemi, the modern capital of the region.

Hotel:    Santa’s Hotel Santa Claus

Meals:   Buffet Breakfast, Dinner

 

Day 9 - Rovaniemi and Lapland

(Relaxed Start) With your Local Expert, see the Town Hall designed by Aalvar Aalto and visit Rovaniemi Church.

Next, a delight for the young at heart! Visit the Santa Claus Village where it is Christmas all year round. Meet Santa, visit the post office and cross the Arctic Circle – you’ll receive a certificate to prove you were there!

With the afternoon at leisure perhaps you may want to visit the open-air museum and Arktikum.

Hotel:    Santa’s Hotel Santa Claus

Meals:   Buffet Breakfast

Day 10 - Across the Arctic Circle to Ivalo

(Relaxed Start) In the morning enjoy a relaxed start or perhaps join an Optional Experience to visit Ranua Wildlife Park, for the chance to see polar bears, lynxes or even a wolverine.

Later, continue your journey north along the Four Winds’ Road where you may see herds of reindeer roaming freely as you head for one of the oldest churches in Lapland.

Travel through Europe’s last great wilderness to see the Urho Kekkonen National Park near the gold centre of Tankavaara.

Hotel:    Hotel Ivalo

Meals:   Buffet Breakfast, Dinner

 

Day 11 - The North Cape

Cross the rolling tundra into Norway and stop at Karasjok, the seat of the Sami Parliament and a centre of Sami culture. Visit a Sami folk museum before continuing through the unique scenery on the way to North Cape, locally known as Nordkapp. With only the Svalbard Islands separating you from the North Pole, it literally feels like you are at the end of the world.

In the evening, journey to the northernmost point of mainland Europe in search of the midnight sun, where you will enjoy a glass of bubbles and caviar in one of the most special places on Earth.

Hotel:    Scandic Honningsvag

Meals:   Buffet Breakfast, Dinner

 

Day 12 - Through Finnmark to Alta

(Relaxed Start) Enjoy a relaxed start or perhaps set out on a sea bird and arctic cruise adventure? This Optional Experience include a cruise around the Gjesværstappen, a necklace of islands that’s a protected nesting area for millions of Puffins, Kittiwakes, Gannets, Guillemots and White Tailed Eagles. You may even get the chance to spot a Grey Seal or Porpoise.

Once returned to the mainland, continue your escorted journey to Alta.

Hotel:    Scandic Alta

Meals:   Buffet Breakfast

 

Day 13 - Alta

Enjoy the morning at leisure to explore Alta as you wish. Maybe check out the Rock Art of Alta, a UNESCO World Heritage Site of prehistoric rock carvings, or consider taking a wilderness trip on the river?

Later, visit a working Husky farm to meet Trine Lyrek, a champion dog sledder. Learn about her Alaskan Huskies and the challenges she faces competing in marathon Arctic dog sled races. Trine’s dogs are so highly trained that they are only allowed to bark when they know it’s time for running! They’re also very friendly and you’ll be able to have a play if you wish.

Afterwards, delight in a wonderful oven-baked Highlight Dinner of local specialities including salmon and the nutritious local game, reindeer, served with fresh salads and wine.

Hotel:    Scandic Alta

Meals:   Buffet Breakfast, Dinner with Wine

 

 

Day 14 - Narvik

Pass Kåfjord where the German battleship Tirpitz was once stationed and hear tales of one of the first large-scale battles of World War II.

As you travel south, see the marvellous Lyngen Alps in the distance. They’re 90 kilometers of mountains and glaciers that really are stunning all year round.

Continue to Narvik, surrounded by majestic mountains.

Hotel:    Scandic Narvik

Meals:   Buffet Breakfast

 

Day 15 - Across Tysfjord to Mosjøen

Board a ferry to cross Tysfjord, then continue past Rago National Park, its fjords cut deep into the landscape.

Bid farewell to the Arctic before reaching Mosjøen, a pleasant town on the Vefsnfjord that has a large concentration of historic, 19th century wooden buildings and Norway’s oldest octagonal church.

Hotel:    Fru Haugans Hotel

Meals:   Buffet Breakfast, Dinner

Day 16 - Laksfoss to Trondheim

Drive through Namdalen then watch for salmon leaping upstream as they travel to their spawning-grounds at the mighty Laksfoss Falls.

Continue past the village of Hell to Trondheim, once the seat of the ancient Viking kings and Norway’s third largest city. Trondheim has always reflected the changing fortunes of Norway and is full of interest.

See the Market Square dominated by its statue of Olav Tryggvason and the Nidaros Cathedral, Norway’s national shrine. Tyholttårnet, or Tyholt Tower rises high above the city and the Old Town Bridge is locally known as Lykkens Portal, which means Portal of Happiness.

Hotel:    Clarion Hotel & Congress Trondheim

Meals:   Buffet Breakfast

Day 17 - Geiranger, Jewel of the Fjords

Begin one of the most scenic days you will ever experience. Norwegian Fjordland is a dream world of soaring mountains, icy glaciers and rivers which cascade hundreds of metres into the green valleys below. Travel via lakes and snow-capped peaks to Lom, home to one of Norway’s most beautiful stave churches. Cross the Dovre Mountains, which form Norway’s oldest national park, Rondane National Park.

Arrive at the mirror-smooth waters of Geirangerfjord to embark on a spectacular cruise beneath towering cliffs and cascading waterfalls.

Your hotel is in a superb setting overlooking the beautiful Norwegian Fjord landscape.

Hotel:    Hotel Union Geiranger

Meals:   Buffet Breakfast, Dinner

Day 18 - Geiranger at Leisure

(Relaxed Start) Enjoy a relaxed start and a whole day free for you to explore the fjords and mountains of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Perhaps join an Optional Experience and take an incredible scenic drive along the amazing Trollstigen, or Troll’s Road. The road itself was a masterpiece of engineering when it was built over 70 years ago and the spectacular views will leave you speechless.

Hotel:    Hotel Union Geiranger

Meals:   Buffet Breakfast, Dinner

Day 19 - Oslo, The Capital

Journey through the countryside immortalised by Ibsen in ‘Peer Gynt’ and inspiration for Greig. Continue to Lillehammer, host of the 1994 Winter Olympics.

Then it’s on to the modern Norwegian capital of Oslo.

Hotel:    Thon Hotel Opera

Meals:   Buffet Breakfast

 

Day 20 - Cosmopolitan Oslo

Your Local Expert will show you the spires and ramparts of the medieval Akershus Castle guarding the harbour. See the Royal Palace and visit the Viking Ship Museum. Explore Frogner Park, housing the intriguing sculptures by Gustav Vigeland.

The afternoon is at your leisure to relax by the harbour or continue exploring as you wish.

Round off your travels with a Celebration Dinner.

During a delicious meal with wine, raise your glass to toast your adventures with your newfound friends.

Hotel:    Thon Hotel Opera, Oslo

Meals:   Buffet Breakfast, Dinner with Wine

Day 21 - Depart Oslo

Your departure transfer arrives at Oslo Airport at 07:15 or 10:15.

Meals:  Buffet Breakfast

 

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Important Information

  • Our highly-skilled Travel Director will ensure your journey is seamless, serving as your expert guide, consummate organiser, and friend overseas.
  • Enjoy the comfort of a luxury, air-conditioned, 40-seat coach with double the standard legroom and on-board washroom.
  • Personal radio headsets give you the freedom to wander during visits to famous highlights, without missing any of your Local Expert’s fascinating commentary.
  • We carry your bags for you and promptly deliver them to your hotel door.
  • Hotel and restaurant tips are included – you’ll never have to worry about how much to give, nor search for foreign currency.
  • We also include all taxes and porterage charges at hotels.
  • Stay connected with friends and family with our complimentary coach and hotel Wi-Fi (where available).
  • From time to time, your Travel Director will enchant you with an Insight Flourish, which is a local speciality representing the destination.
  • If your arrival and/or departure flights are as per the itinerary start and end dates, then transfers are available at scheduled times.
  • If your flights are outside these times, or you have booked additional nights accommodation with us, you may purchase transfers or make your own way from/to the airport.

Departure Information

  • Departs Saturday and returns Friday or departs Thursday and returns Wednesday throughout the year.

Optional Experiences

  • Most trips already include a host of bonus highlights and comprehensive sightseeing.
  • There may also be an exciting array of Optional Experiences which will turn an already amazing experience into the trip of a lifetime!
  • These are entirely optional and can be booked through your Travel Director/Local Representative at the commencement of your trips.
  • Please note, many Optional Experiences are operated by independent third party suppliers.
  • The Optionals and pricing listed here are a guideline only and subject to change.

Between a rock and a hard place

First a guided visit to the UNESCO-listed Alta Museum to see world-famous rock carvings. Continue with a stunning stroll along the beautiful shore of the Alta Fjord where you’ll learn about life here six-thousand years ago. Meet a local artisan and slate cutter who’ll share stories about his craft, then become a slate cutter yourself and create your very own masterpiece to take home. An interactive and charming experience!

Wilderness River Adventure

Enjoy warm drinks and Norwegian waffles by the campfire at Sorrisniva, the site of the world-famous Igloo Hotel. Then, an exciting ride up the Alta River in a traditional river boat for scenery and thrills! A true north outdoor experience!

North Zealand Castle Tour

Drive along the scenic coastal road of the Danish Riviera to the castles of North Zealand. See Fredensborg, the summer residence of the Royal Family, then visit Fredriksborg, the largest Renaissance palace in Scandinavia. IT’s now a museum, so the tour through the beautiful rooms is an encounter with the kings and queens who shaped the country’s history. En-route, pass through picturesque villages of half-timbered houses and thatched roofs.

Traditional Danish Dinner

Home to some of the world’s best restaurants, Copenhagen is currently experiencing a culinary renaissance. Make the most of the long summer evenings and join us for dinner Danish style in the heart of Copenhagen. Two glasses of wine, beer or soft drinks are included with your meal.

The Trolls Road

Your tour of Geiranger includes a scenic drive up the Eagle’s Road, offering amazing views of the Geiranger Fjord and the stunning Seven Sisters Waterfall. At the small village of Eidsdal, cross the fjord by ferry and climb up through the abundant fruit growing valleys. Leave civilisation behind as you venture high above the tree line for some of the most breathtaking scenery. Now on to the Troll’s Road, a masterpiece of engineering built over 70 years ago. (This optional is seasonal)

Europe’s Highest Fjord at Dalsnibba

In the comfort of your coach, climb 1500 metres to the highest possible fjord view in Europe at Dalsnibba mountain. Enjoy breathtaking views of the famous Geiranger fjord and the surrounding glacier topped mountains. For the bold, test your nerve on the Geiranger Skywalk suspended over a 500 metre drop. (Weather permitting and Seasonal)

Russian Dinner in Helsinki

As the capital city in a former Grand Duchy of the Russian Tsarist empire, Helsinki has always been famous for its Russian restaurants – even amongst the Russians. Tonight we enjoy an evening of authentic, pre-revolution Russian cuisine in an atmosphere of times gone by.

Fly over Helsinki

An exclusive chance to enjoy Helsinki from above. This three-part grand-slam tour begins with a state-of-the-art Cinematic Experience which takes you virtually on a flight over Helsinki. Fly Tour Helsinki is the newest attraction in a city renowned for its cutting-edge technology and daring design. Afterwards, we’ll savour a some local Finnish delicacies and refreshments before commencing our ride inside a glass pod of the Helsinki Sky Wheel, Helsinki’s answer to the London Eye! Finally, we finish off with a drive out to see the Baltic Ice-Breaker Ships that keep shipping lanes open during the icy winters! – A unique and exciting introduction to Helsinki and to Finland.

The Ultimate Arctic Experience-Sea Birds and Arctic Cruise

Embark upon a journey across an almost ‘lunar’ landscape to reach the most northerly fishing village in the world. From here we’ll set sail upon a 90-minute Arctic Adventure around the Gjesværstappen, a necklace of islands that’s a protected nesting area for Puffins, Kittiwakes, Gannets, Guillemots and White Tailed Eagles! Other potential fauna sightings include Grey Seal and Porpoise. Transportation and survival suits are provided.

Railway Journey from Sweden

We take a railway ride on the Ofot Railway, an incredible engineering feat, constructed over 100 years ago to transport supplies of iron ore from Kiruna to Narvik for shipment around the world. The journey offers us incredible views of the surrounding fjords as the train clings to the mountainside.

Arctic Explorers and the Ploar Ship Fram

Step aboard the polar ship Fram, the strongest wooden ship ever built, to experience the life and work of Norway’s famous Arctic explorers. The expeditions of Fridtjof Nansen and Roald Amundsen come to life in the interactive exhibitions of this museum, which also houses the Gjøa, the first ship to navigate the entire Northwest Passage.

The Arctic Museum and Pioneer Farm

Visit a pioneer farm, now converted into a museum for a fascinating glimpse into rural life and traditions from the 19th Century. Continue to the tubular glass frame of the Arktikum, a one-stop cultural centre for all things Arctic. This is the world’s first museum dedicated to the demanding conditions and challenge of coping with life in the dark, cold and barren Arctic.

Reindeer and Traditional Lapland Dinner

Leave the 20th century behind and join a Sami family at their farm situated on the Arctic Circle. Meet Rudolf and his brothers and learn all about reindeer husbandry. During the evening you are initiated into the Sami culture with a traditional dinner.

Ranua Wildlife Park

A visit to the Arctic wildlife park where more than 50 species of nordic animals live in their natural habitat. Our local guide introduces us to the unique wildlife of Northern Scandinavia.

Swedish Summer Dinner

This evening, we dine “Swedish Style.” Savour a succulent three-course meal with beer, wine & soft drinks. Soak up the atmosphere of the traditional surroundings while enjoying its history and design.

Vasa Galleon

When the Vasa was launched in 1628, it was arguably the world’s most powerful warship. Bristling with 64 cannon and carrying some 300 men, it was built to strike the fear of God into the enemy. Unfortunately, it sank on its maiden voyage. Raised from Stockholm harbour in 1961, this grand galleon remains almost wholly preserved, along with 700 wooden sculptures and ornaments. Your visit will provide a unique insight into early shipbuilding techniques and everyday life on board a 17c naval vessel.



FAQ’s

What meals are included?

Breakfast is included on all overnight tours.  Lunches are not included, unless otherwise stated.  Evening meals are included when stated on the tour itinerary.  On tours of seven days or more, generally fifty percent of dinners are included.  Please check the itinerary page for exact details.

Where does the trip depart from?

Each UK trip will have a dedicated pick up point in central London.  Shorter duration trips will normally depart from Victoria Coach Station, with longer duration trips leaving from the London Reception Centre, near to Waterloo train station.  Departure points will be confirmed before booking a tour.

Can I get picked up from my hotel?

Pick up from hotels is not possible.  You will need to make your own way to the departure point.  However some tours do have a designated hotel departure, which you can stay in prior to the trip.  Please ask at time of booking for departure points and we can direct you to local hotels.

Are entrance fees included?

Entrance fees are included where specified on the itinerary.

Can I pay in dollars?

All tours are quoted and charged in pounds sterling, but you can pay using your local card and currency.  We will debit the card in pounds sterling and your bank will use their exchange rate at that time to deduct the amount in your local currency.

What time does the trip leave and return?

Departure times will vary depending on the itinerary.  European tours departing from London will usually leave between 05.00am and 07.00am.  Multi day UK tours will leave between 06.00am and 07:30am.  Day trips will depart between 07.00am and 09.00am.  European and worldwide tours that start in an overseas city will have a welcome reception on day one of the tour which is usually around 18.00pm.

Return times vary depending on the itinerary.  All the full day coach tours should be finished by no later than 19.00pm, traffic permitting.  The train tours return between 20.00pm and 22.00pm.  Longer duration trips will return between 16.00pm and 19.00pm.  All times will be confirmed at time of booking.

Is this a definite/guaranteed departure?

A definite departure is guaranteed to operate for that given departure date.  A trip that is not yet designated a definite departure is not yet guaranteed to operate based on current booking numbers.  If a trip and departure date you are interested in is not yet definite, do not let this discourage you from booking.  The more paid passengers received, the odds of the trip operating increase.  In the slim case that the operator withdraw a trip you are booked on due to a lack of numbers, you are entitled to a full refund of any funds already paid towards the tour, or if flexible with your time, we can move you onto another departure.

Who travels on these tours, who else is booked?

Whilst we can not confirm exactly who else is booked on a tour, we can guarantee you will be travelling with fellow liked minded travelers who share a passion for travel, fun, adventure and discovery.  All tours will be run by English speaking guides and age ranges will vary.  The beauty of taking a guided holiday is you’ll have the opportunity to meet and travel with people from all over the globe.

Are transfers included from the airport?

In general, if you are joining or departing your guided holiday on the first or last day, return transfers between the airport and hotel are included (excludes itineraries starting and/or ending in London).  You’ll find specific information on the itinerary’s page.

What optional excursions can I do and can I book them now?

Optional experiences are available on some tours.  These are activities that are not automatically included, but offered during your trip to enhance your travel experience.  These are all bookable whilst on the tour via your tour guide/travel director.  These are payable by cash or card.



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