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Scandinavia Encompassed

11 Days
On request

FIRST-CLASS | SPECIALTY GROUP: Discover all of Scandinavia on this 11-day tailor-made group vacation. Visit Copenhagen, the fjords, Oslo, and Stockholm for an unforgettable Scandinavian adventure full of rich historical and cultural experiences across Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.

This group tour is a sample itinerary. Your 11-day custom group Scandinavia vacation begins in Copenhagen. Visit the second-oldest amusement park in the world before continuing to the Glyptotek and National Museum of Denmark for a combined art and cultural history experience. Conclude your tour in Reffen with local street food and live outdoor music.

Travel to Bergen to uncover the capital of the Norwegian fjords. Step back in time and experience the once-largest wooden European city at the open-air Old Bergen Museum, and visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site Bryggen to explore the colourful Hanseatic Wharf that dominated European trade for almost 400 years. Enjoy freshly caught seafood from the Bergen Fish Market and discover why Bergen is considered a UNESCO City of Gastronomy at one of the many local restaurants.

Take a short train ride from Voss to Myrdal station on a remote mountain and board the historical Flåm Railway. Marvel at the spectacular rivers, mountains, and waterfalls as you descend through Flåm Valley to the Aurlandsfjord. Continue through the Nærøyfjord for your stay at the historical Kviknes Hotel, the first known hotel in Sognefjord.

Journey to Oslo and discover the capital of Norway. Visit the medieval Akershus Castle built in 1299, the Kon-Tiki and Fram Museums, the Royal Palace, Vigeland Park, and the Oslo Opera House to truly embrace Oslo's rich cultural heritage and modern attractions before taking the high-speed train to Stockholm.

Immerse yourself in the culture and heritage of Sweden's capital. The 700-year-old Cathedral of Stockholm, Old City Hall, which is famous for hosting Nobel Prize festivities, and both the Vasa and the ABBA museums offer an unforgettable Swedish experience and conclusion to your Scandinavian adventure.


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11 Days
On request

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Day 1

Arrival to Copenhagen

Upon arrival in Copenhagen, the group will be met, and transferred to the hotel.

Later this afternoon, we depart for Tivoli, the world’s second oldest amusement park, which dates back to 1843. An experience of fun rides, scenic settings, and exciting entertainment programme. We complete the day with a welcome dinner in a traditional restaurant in the illuminated settings

Accommodation: Hotel Scandic Palace or similar

Meal Plan Dinner
Duration2 Nights
Day 2


Today a panoramic sightseeing tour with a local guide. We begin with a drive towards the City Hall Square where the famous pedestrian street "Stroget" begins. We pass the Tivoli Gardens, and onwards past the New Carlsberg Glyptotheque and the National Museum. Next up are the Old Stock Exchange and the Naval Church.

From here, we pass by the Kings New Square – home of the Royal Danish Theatre known for their world-famous ballet. The journey continues as we drive through the old canal Nyhavn with its picturesque houses and vessels and continue to see the impressive Gefion Fountain, which depicts the legend of the goddess Gefion who ploughed Zealand out of Sweden’s land.

As we continue, we will make a photo stop at the statue of the Little Mermaid, the main character of the famous Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale. The nearby Royal residence of Amalienborg Palace calls for another photo stop. During the tour, we shall pass by Christiansborg Palace, which houses the Danish Parliament, where and an inside visit to the magnificent Royal Reception Rooms still in use by the Danish Royal family.

Later this afternoon a local guide will take you around the neighbourhood of Refshaleoen – Copenhagen’s urban and raw area, which is also the local’s favourite place to go after work and during the long light summer nights. Continue with a short walk into the Copenhagen Street Food Area, Reffen, which is also an outdoor multi-cultural area where you find concerts, sun chairs, lounge bars and playgrounds.  We have our dinner in the surroundings in an ecological restaurant which serves Danish food solely based on own sustainable production, before returning to the hotel.

Meal Plan Breakfast and Dinner
Day 3

Copenhagen to Bergen

Today is at leisure, and time for shopping and exploring on your own in Copenhagen.

Optional tour to North Sealand. Drive along the scenic route of the Copenhagen Riviera, and admire the impressive mansions on the coast side in harmonic contrast with picturesque fishermen’s villages. Visit Kronborg Castle, the home of Shakespeare’s Hamlet and enjoy the impressive rich interior of the National Historic Museum, Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerød, built by King Christian IV in the 17th Century

Later this afternoon transfer to Airport to catch your short flight to Norway, Bergen (not included). Upon arrival in Bergen, transfer to your hotel. Dinner at the hotel is included tonight.

Accommodation: Scandic Ørnen Hotel  or similar 

Meal Plan Breakfast and Dinner
Duration2 Nights
Day 4


After breakfast, depart on a morning tour of Bergen the capital city of the fjords, with a local authorized guide. Founded in 1070, the beautiful city of Bergen was up until 1830 the largest town in Norway and a centre of commerce and shipping. During a panoramic tour of the city, you will enjoy a pleasant walk through the typical Bryggen quarter with its picturesque buildings with pointed gables facing the harbour, and see St. Mary’s Church. We end at the local fish markets at the old hanseatic wharf where all the seafood specialities from northern Scandinavia are sold, such as salmon and king crabs, and where we enjoy our lunch. After lunch, it is time for the famous funicular which leads up to the Mount Fløien to see the spectacular view of Bergen and the surrounding sea.

The rest of the afternoon is at leisure, until this evening when we enjoy a local dinner at the historical Bryggen in a beautiful restaurant.

Meal Plan Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Day 5

Bergen to the Fjords

Today we travel to Voss, and board the short train ride to Myrdal – on the top of the mountain. We then board the historical Flåmsbana, one of the most famous railway journeys of the world. It takes 1 hour to travel down to the valley of Flåm, where you get the chance to see numerous waterfalls and breathtaking views while sitting comfortable on board the historical train. At lunch time we reach the picturesque village of Flåm, located in the heart of the Sognefjord. Lunch is on own in Flåm.

After lunch, we board the cruise through the steep Nærøyfjord towards our destination for the night, the historical Kviknes Hotel in Balestrand. Dinner at the hotel is included.

Accommodation: Kviknes Hotel

Meal Plan Breakfast and Dinner
Duration2 Nights
Day 6


It is time to spend a relaxing day in the fjords – and breathe in the stunning nature surroundings, and we visit the small St. Olavs Church. Next up is the Cider House and a cider tasting, followed by lunch with local Norwegian specialties.

This afternoon, is at leisure, or there you can either do an optional (not included) easy hike in the nearby mountains, or to enjoy a 1-hour ride on the fjords with a RIB Boat. Dinner at the hotel.

Meal Plan Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Day 7

Fjords to Oslo

We take the morning ferry to Vangsnes, from where we drive to Voss to catch our train, which will take us to Oslo - the beautiful capital city of Norway, which is full of life, landmarks, and cultural experiences. Seated in Comfort Class Seats we travel through the scenic landscape, and enjoy lunch onboard.

Arriving in Oslo we walk to our hotel, which is located right next to the station in the heart of the city. This evening, dinner at the hotel.

Accommodation: Thon Hotel Opera or similar

Meal Plan Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Duration2 Nights
Day 8


Our touring begins with a visit outside with a walk around the Opera House, which opened in April 2008. From the spectacular outdoor terrace, you will be able to enjoy stunning views across the Oslo fjord. The tour continues past the Akershus Fortress for a short walk and photo stop. Throughout 700 years, Akershus Fortress has played a central role in Norwegian history, as a Royal residence, center of administration, and as a military fortification, the fortress and the castle have set the stage for both mundane and dramatic events. The Vigeland Park, one of the major Scandinavian cultural treasures, will welcome you with the sculptures of Gustav Vigeland, who dedicated his life to his artistic works, we enjoy a leisurely walk while experiencing fascinating works of art. During the tour of Oslo, you will also pass by the Royal Palace and the main street, Karl Johan.

After some free time for lunch, this afternoon we visit the cultural museums of Kontiki, Fram and the Norwegian Folk Museum. Before a sublime dinner in Tjuvholmen Sjømagasin – one of Oslo’s finest shellfish restaurants.

Meal Plan Breakfast and Dinner
Day 9

Oslo to Stockholm

After breakfast, it is time to board the high-speed train to Stockholm, which will take us to the beautiful capital of Sweden. Upon arrival we meet our private coach, who will take us to the Old Town, Gamla Stan for a traditional Swedish “fika”, before we drive to our hotel for check in.

Accommodation: Reisen Hotel or similar 

Meal Plan Breakfast and Dinner
Duration2 Nights
Day 10


The city of Stockholm, built on 14 islands and connected by 57 bridges, it exudes a unique charm with its combination of 13th century Old Town with modern high-tech architecture. Stockholm’s Islands are bordered by Lake Mälaren in the west and the Baltic Sea in the east, where the archipelago with 30,000 islands await exploration. It is not surprising that the city has earned the nickname “Beauty on Water”.

Renowned for its beauty, Stockholm is also the hub of the Baltic area with easy access to the Nordic capitals as well as the Baltic countries. The capital is a big city with a small-town personality. With its handy size and short walking distances, it is easy to cover a lot in a short amount of time. Today, our tour, which includes outside visits to the Old Town and the City Hall with its blue and golden halls known for hosting the Nobel festivities, make for a memorable morning tour. Discover a city of contrasts. Go back 750 years in time and feel the medieval atmosphere as you wander the narrow and cobbled streets of the Old Town, or as the locals say "Gamla Stan". During our stroll through Old Town, we will pass by the seven-hundred-year-old Cathedral of Stockholm, seat of the archbishop, while also getting a chance to see Stortorget, where the Stockholm Blood Bath took place.

After lunch, we will visit Vasa Museum and ABBA Museum in summer’ish Djurgården Island, before taking the boat back through the archipelago to Gamla Stan and walking to our hotel.

This evening, a farewell dinner in historical Fem Små Hus Restaurant, which dates back to the 17th century.

Meal Plan Breakfast and Dinner
Day 11

Depart Stockholm

The day is at leisure, until your transfer to the airport for your flight.

Meal Plan Breakfast

Other Information




  • Accommodation is based for 10 Nights at First-Class hotels
  • Private arrival and departure airport transfers for the group
  • Daily Breakfast will be served at all the hotels
  • 10 Dinners and 2 Lunches (drinks not included)
  • All transfers and sightseeing using below A/C Vehicles as per the itinerary
  • Services of an accompanying English-speaking guide from arrival to departure
  • One-time entry at the monuments as per the itinerary
  • Our representative for arrival and departure transfers as per the itinerary
  • All applicable Government and Local Taxes at existing rates.


  • International airfare and taxes
  • Meals unless listed
  • Optional excursions
  • Travel insurance
  • Personal items
  • Tips and Gratuities
  • Changes in government/local taxes
  • Any future fuel surcharges on land arrangements or additional costs due to external factors
  • Visa/Passport handling fees
  • Transfers if arriving and/or departing on different flights to the group


•Prices are from per person based on twin/double share accommodation, subject to availability and current exchange rates, based on a minimum of 10 passengers, pricing reflects departure date of 18 April, 2024.  Seasonal surcharges and black-out dates may apply.  Please enquire about airfare, single supplements, extensions/changes to itinerary or upgrades.   

18 Apr 2024
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