You will receive information about the start of the circuit in the late afternoon, or through the informative panels in the hotel reception area.
In the morning, comprehensive tour of the Danish capital with a local guide . Copenhagen is the largest Scandinavian city, and full of contrasts: the popular “Tivoli”, Christianborg Palace, the terraces of Nyhavn, the Mermaid... In the after we set out for Jutland, passing through pleasant scenery on our way. Arrival at AARHUS and transfer to the hotel . NOTE: In the event of a small number of passengers (which is very unlikely), the journey from Copenhagen to Arhus may be made by rail. This trip requires no guide assistance (your guide in Copenhagen will inform you and help you during the departure, and when you arrive at Arhus you will travel with the guide from the route through Scandinavia).
We set out for HIRSTHALS , where we take a ferry to Norway , crossing the North Sea. The crossing takes almost three hours and takes us to KRISTIANSAND (ferry timetables vary, depending on the month; normally there is time to have lunch on board). We then continue along the southern coast of Norway, amidst beautiful scenery. Then we stop at the pretty town of FLEKKEFJORD . Arrival and free time in STAVANGER , an attractive city with a busy port that is close to the fjord.
TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS : Today we enjoy the Norwegian coast and its fjords. We reach Bergen. Included ascent in funicular to Mount Flouyen. We continue our route, surrounding by incredible landscapes, through tunnels, over bridges and by boat along the Norwegian coast and its fjords. Once of the tunnels beneath the sea is the deepest in the world. Two boat crossings allow us to rest and admire the amazing scenery.BERGEN, arrival at the hotel at lunchtime. Includes ascent in the funicular railway to Mount Flouyen , which has spectacular views of the city and Bergen fjord. Free time in the fjord capital.
This stage of our journey continues, amidst fantastic scenery: images of the interior of Norway and its fjords, glaciers, lakes and woods. We travel to the SOGNER FJORDO, the largest of the Norwegian fjords. Then we embark on a magnificent cruise ship between the cities of Gudvangen and Flam; with spectacular scenery during the crossing, which takes just over two hours. We then continue our route amidst magnificent landscapes, sometimes covered in snow... We reach OSLO, and have free time to visit its port, central streets, and the works of art of the Frognerparken.
We spend some time in OSLO before leaving for Sweden, passing through woods and near lakes. STOCKHOLM, arrival in the middle of the afternoon. Comprehensive tour of this attractive capital, built on 13 islands connected to each other. Everywhere we look, there is water. We visit Gamla Stan, its historical centre and the museum district of Skansen and the wide avenues of the city centre. (The visit to Stockholm, which often depends on factors such as the daylight, will be organised on Tuesday morning).
Panoramic view of this beautiful city, built over 13 islands connected to each other.. Everywhere you look, there is water. Wel visit Gamla Stan, its historical centre and the museum district of Skansen and the wide avenues of the city centre. (The visit to Stockholm, which often depends on factors such as the daylight, will be organised on tuesday morning).
Ferry to Helsingor in Denmark, Hamlet’s town. Copenhagen. We head south. In the early afternoon we take a small ferry from HELSINGBORG in Sweden to HELSINGOR in Denmark. Time in HELSINGOR, Hamlet’s city, with the impressive Kronborg Castle, before continuing to the next city, COPENHAGEN, where we arrive in the late afternoon. End of our services.