Starting from QAR 8200/-
Detail about the package
Endless day, perpetual night. Rocking festivals, majestic aurora borealis. With effortlessly chic cities and remote forests, Scandinavia attracts style-gurus and wilderness-hikers alike.
The land of the Vikings, deep fjords and the Northern Lights – Norway, Denmark and Sweden – are explored on this fascinating journey of discovery. Visit Copenhagen’s Nyhaven, drive around the Hardangerfjord and spend the night on the shores of Lake Vänern.
Sightseeing with a Local Specialist includes views of the Little Mermaid, Nyhavn, Royal Amalienborg Palace and the Carlsberg Glyptotek
View the medieval fortress Akershus, the Town Hall and the Royal Palace and visit the Vigeland Sculpture Park with your Local Specialist
See Haakon's Hall and the bustling fish market
Sightseeing with a Local Specialist includes views of the medieval Storkyrkan, the Town Hall, Riddarholm Church and the Royal Palace
- Audio Headsets Provided throughout your holiday to enhance your included sightseeing experiences
- Luxury air-conditioned coach
- Cherry-picked hotels, all tried and trusted
- Variety of Optional Experiences
- City orientation tours
- An expert Travel Director and a professional driver
- All hotel service charges and tips, baggage handling fees and local taxes
- Airport transfers are provided on the first and last travel day. Conditions apply
- Rates are per person on dbl/twin sharing basis room.
- Rates are subject to change at the time of booking.
- Rates are subject to availability of the airline ticket fare
- Rates are subject to change based on local public holidays, Peak days
*Prices include return economy class fare and are valid till 31 August 2019. Prices are correct at the time of publication and are subject to change without notice depending on travel dates and availability. Additional options are available upon request. The prices mentioned above are based on the lowest available airfare. The surcharge will be applicable in case of non-availability of seats on the lowest airfare. Peak season surcharges may apply on some dates. The itinerary is subject to change/swap without any prior notice. Easy monthly payment plans are available from select participating banks through Tourist.travel retail outlets and are subject to approval. All photos and videos shown are illustrative. Actual services may differ. Terms apply.
*In the event of a cancellation, 10% of the holiday amount is non-refundable. Refunds will be based on how many days prior to your booked departure we receive your cancellation notice, with the charges increasing closer to your departure date. If the cancellation is received prior to 45 days or more of departure, full price of the non-refundable tickets will be deducted; 44 – 31 days prior to departure, 25% of the total amount will be deducted; if the holiday is cancelled 30 – 15 days prior to departure 50% of the total amount will be deducted; if the trip is canceled 14 – 10 days prior to departure, 75% of the total amount will be deducted; and if the trip is cancelled 10 days prior to departure, 100% of the total amount will be deducted. In case of any non-refundable tickets, the entire amount of the ticket will be deducted.
Places to be
Location and itinerary
Welcome to Copenhagen. Relax and unwind after checking in or take a stroll through the city. Tonight meet your Travel Director and fellow travellers for dinner at the hotel.
This morning, your Local Specialist takes you on a sightseeing tour of this wonderful city, including the major sights such as the Little Mermaid, Nyhavn, the Royal Amalienborg Palace and the Carlsberg Glyptotek. You'll have free time to visit one of the galleries or do some shopping.
North Zealand Riviera And Castle Tour
Enjoy the quaint scenery of the Danish Riviera’s conservation heritage route, as you pass through ancient fishing villages and modern marinas. We'll also view Fredensborg Palace, summer residence of the Royal family, before continuing to the magnificent 17th century Frederiksborg Castle, where you’ll see the State Apartments and the Coronation Chapel.
Danish Traditions And Canal Cruise
This evening we'll visit the fairy-tale village of Dragor, with its thatched cottages and pretty working harbour. You’ll wander by tiny houses, learn a little of the history and enjoy a taste of traditional Danish specialities. Then, enjoy an hour-long cruise along the canals and experience stunning views of the city from the harbour.
Today, travel from Denmark to Sweden via the Helsingor to Helsingborg ferry. Journey past Gothenburg and along Sweden's scenic coastline to Norway where you will spend the night in the capital city of Oslo.
This morning, your Local Specialist will show you the highlights of Oslo including views of the medieval fortress Akershus, the Town Hall and the Royal Palace. Visit Vigeland Sculpture Park where you will find the world's largest sculpture exhibition made by a single artist. This afternoon start exploring the impressive Norwegian countryside as you travel towards the Telemark region, famed for being the home of the original and oldest skiing technique. Tonight enjoy dinner at your hotel.
Vikings And Explorers
You’ll visit the three original Viking longships and their treasures with your Local Specialist, including the Oseberg ship - last used as a burial ship for a woman of high rank. Then explore the stunning Fram Museum to discover the story of the ship and the race to the South Pole, illustrated with films, images and new exhibits.
Start your day with a spectacular drive that takes you through the mountains and around the Hardangerfjord. Arrive in Bergen, Norway's second-biggest city famed for its shipping, aquaculture and subsea technology industry.
Today experience the history of this picturesque city on your orientation tour. See the 13th century Haakon's Hall and the bustling fish market. You'll have free time to explore the harbour area and the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Bryggen which is the old wharf of the city.
Grieg And Bergen Insights
We’ll head out along the fjord to visit the home of famous composer Grieg, where you’ll enjoy a guided tour of the villa - the inspiration for many of his masterworks. You’ll also explore Bergen on a walk through the historical lanes, and see stunning views of the city on a trip up the hillside by funicular railway.
War History And Peaceful Traditions
Come with us as we explore the lost village of Televag, destroyed when the Gestapo discovered the villagers’ support of the resistance. You’ll visit the museum before we journey to a traditional Norwegian fishing village for coffee and local pancakes. Certain departures also include a guided visit of Fjell Fortress, a Nazi command bunker hidden deep inside the mountain. EURO 48.
Leave Bergen and see Tvindefossen waterfall on our way to marvel at the Sognefjord, the longest and deepest fjord in the world. Dinner will be at your hotel this evening.
Fjords And Mountains
Enjoy a relaxing cruise along the UNESCO-listed Næroy Fjord with it's towering mountains and fabulous scenery. This stunning fjord landscape with waterfalls, snow capped mountains and tiny villages has inspired painters for hundreds of years.
Enjoy spectacular mountain scenery today as you pass high mountain lakes and Jotunheimen National Park where Scandinavia's highest mountain, Galdhøpiggen rises over 2,400 metres.
Travel to Lillehammer, host of the Winter Olympics in 1994. The scenery will change as you drive through lush forests along gorgeous lakes towards Sweden. Spend the night in Karlstad, on the shores of the biggest lake of them all, Lake Vänern.
This morning visit Örebro, a lively university town. View the castle dominating the town centre before continuing to Stockholm.
Old Town and Dinner
Discover beauty and history combined during a walk in the fairy tale Gamla Stan, where little has changed since the 16th and 17th centuries. Then enjoy delicious Swedish cuisine in a popular local restaurant, with a drink included.
Vasa and Magical Djurgarden
The story of the Vasa, a 17th century warship which sank on her maiden voyage, comes alive with our guide. Later, we'll cruise through the peaceful Djurgarden canal and return through Stockholm harbour.
Today get to know this beautiful city on your sightseeing tour with a Local Specialist. View the medieval Storkyrkan, the Town Hall and the Royal Palace. Spend time discovering the museums or fashionable stores or consider an Optional Experience in the afternoon. Tonight dine with your fellow travellers and celebrate this memorable trip.
Altitude and Attitude
Savour a drink in a glass made of ice in the minus temperatures of the Ice-Bar, made completely from the frozen waters of Sweden’s River Torne. You'll also discover the very best views over the city and its archipelago, with a visit to the viewing platform of the Kaknas Tower, Stockholm's highest building.
Stockholm's Power and the Past
Visit Stockholm's City Hall and marvel at the monumental architecture. Later, we'll explore Skansen, the world's oldest open-air museum, and wander through 500 years of history.
Say goodbye to Scandinavia as your holiday draws to a close. Airport transfers are available. Conditions apply.
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