Tour fares and itineraries are subject to change depending on each country’s latest Covid-19 policies, local immigration policies and safety measures.
Denmark / Norway / Sweden / Finland
丹麦 / 挪威 / 瑞典 / 芬兰
Overnight Cruise from Copenhagen to Oslo and Stockholm to Helsinki
Copenhagen - The Grand canal tour
Oslo - Visit Fram Museum & Vigeland Sculpture Park
Bergen - Ride on the funicular to Mt. Floyen
Board the famous Briksdal Open Car to Briksdal Glacier
Cruise on the World’s most beautiful Fjord in Geirangar Fjord
Lillehammer - Maihaugen open air museum
Stockholm – City Hall & Vasa Museum
Assemble at KLIA and depart by flight to the capital of Denmark - Copenhagen
Copenhagen city orientation tour: Includes Parliament, Royal Library, National Bank and Town hall, the world’s oldest stock exchange building, the Royal Theatre and the Amalienborg Square with its four immense rococo palaces, have the opportunity to see the changing of the guard.
Little Mermaid: Go down to the harbour to greet the world famous statue of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairytales.
Stroget: For you to stroll along ‘Stroget’ Copenhagen’s smile-long pedestrian shopping street in the heart of the city.
The Grand Canal Tour: Enjoy a classic canal tour around Copenhagen’s harbour and the idyllic canals.
Board the DFDS Seaways overnight cruise to Oslo, the capital of Norway. (Overnight in 2-berth inside cabin).
Oslo: The capital and largest city of Norway,
City orientation tour: Passing by the Medieval Akershus Castle, Parliament, Royal Palace& view the modern City Hall.
Vigeland Sculpture Park (entrance): Home to more than 200 granite, bronze and iron sculptures mostly depicting naked human figures in a wide range of artistic forms, focusing on the freedom, joy and eternity of life.
Fram Museum (entrance): A museum telling the story of Norwegian polar exploration.
Geilo: Resort town, a valley with mountain ranges on each side.
Hardangerfjord: View the second longest fjord in Norway.
Hardanger Bridge: Norway's longest suspension bridge, the bridge opened to traffic in 2013, replacing the original ferry transport across the fjord.
Bergen: Norway’s second largest city and the world’s only city surrounded by 7 mountains.
Bergen city orientation tour: Includes the bustling fish market , the famous Bryggen Harbor with its gabled houses.
Mt. Floyen: Ride on the funicular to have the best panoramic view of Bergen's harbor and Islands.
Flamsbana Scenic train: It is one of the steepest trainlines in the world on normal tracks also a spectacular train journey that offers a panoramic view of some of the wildest and most magnificent nature in the Norwegian fjord landscape.
Laerdal Tunnel: Travel to Sogndal via the world's longest road tunnel.
Ferry crossing from Fodnes to Manheller.
Briksdal Glacier: The journey up to the glacier will be made in open cars to give you the best of views.
Geirangerfjord: Known as the most beautiful fjord and listed as UNESCO in 2005. On board the Fjord cruise from Geiranger to Hellesylt, with views of the Seven Sisters Waterfalls.
Eagles Road: We will take you to the top of the magnificent Trolls Road for you to enjoy the sights of steep walls.
Lillehammer: A small city north of Oslo, hosted the Winter Olympics in 1994.
Maihaugen (entrance): One of Northern Europe's largest open air museums and is one of the largest cultural facilities in Norway.
Ski Jumping Arena: (Photo stop) Built for the Winter Olympics in Lillehammer in 1994.
Karlstad: On the river delta where Sweden's longest river,Klaralven runs into Sweden's largest lake vanern. (Overnight)
Stockholm: Capital and largest city of Sweden. En route, you will visit the medieval city of Orebro.
Stockholm city orientation tour: Sightseeing in this beautiful Capital. Sights today are including the Royal Palace & Coronation Cathedral.
City Hall (entrance): It is the venue of the Nobel Prize banquet and is one of Stockholm's major tourist attractions.
Vasa Museum (entrance): Sweden’s most visited museum enshrining the warship Vasa, sunk inside Stockholm harbour while on her maiden Voyage in 1628.
Board the Ship Tallink Silja for your overnight cruise to Helsinki. (Overnight in 2-berth inside cabin).
Helsinki: Capital of Finland, is a vibrant seaside city of beautiful islands and great green urban areas.
City orientation tour: At Senate Square view the Parliament Building and Finlandia Hall which is constructed with marble and granite. Passing by Uspenski Cathedral is the largest orthodox church in Western Europe and one of the clearest symbols of the Russian impact on Finnish history
Temmeliaukio Church (Rock Church) (entrance): A sunken, circular church carved out of solid granite
Sibelius Monument: The world famous composer Jean Sibelius monument by Eila Hiltunen.
Free at leisure until transfer to airport for your flight back home
Arrive home, bringing with you beautiful souvenirs and sweet memories of your tour with us.