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The following itinerary is an example of a possible route with various activities.
It can reorganized to fit your interests, budget and schedule. It can also be combined with any of the other programs on our website.


Days 1

Arrive Copenaghen International airport and transfer independently to your downtown hotel. Remainder of the day is at leisure.

Copenaghen - 1° Overnight


Day 2

After breakfast in your hotel, explore the city on your own (at leasure).

Copenhagen, capital by spectacular horizons and vibrant nightlife, a "Paris of the North" teeming with museums and monuments, and the University of five centuries old. Visit the Town Hall Square, the heart of city life, the Old Town Square, the Nyhavn district with the popular promenade and the Mermaid symbol of the city.

Lunch is free and available to take advantage of the afternoon are the recommended Nationalmuseet, the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, with collections of antiquities, painting and sculpture, the Statens Museum for Kunst, the Danish national gallery, or the neighborhood of Christiania, a former military area converted hippies in the 70s in the city.

In the evening you can choose between the free dinner and an optional visit to the Tivoli Park with dinner in a restaurant.

Copenaghen - 2° Overnight


Day 3

This morning, after breakfast at your hotel, transfer independely to Copenaghen aiport and plane to Bergen.

Bergen is surrounded by seven mountains and crossed by seven fjords. After the free lunch, start the tour with Bryggen, the harbor area with old wooden houses and shops brightly colored, and continue with the exterior of the fortress and Bergenhus Festning with the Romanesque-Gothic Cathedral Grieg.

Conclude the tour of the shoals of fish, flowers and vegetables in the market square. Dinner in the evening.

Bergen - 3° Overnight


Day 4

Entire day to take a cruise of the spectacular Nærøyfjord and Aurlandsfjord.

Departure from Bergen by train to the mountain station of Myrdal (the upper terminal of the Flåm Line local railway, which ascends from the valley floor of the Sognefjord to the mountain-top junction). From Myrdal you will take the famous "Flåm Railway".

The Flåm Railway offers for the most part wild and beautiful mountain scenery, with snow-capped peaks, lush pastures and historic traditions dating all the way back to pagan times. On the 20-kilometer train ride you will experience some of the most dramatic and magnificent Norwegian nature. Here you can see rivers that cut through deep ravines, waterfalls that plunge from the steep cliffs of the snow-capped mountain slopes, as well as mountain farms clinging on to steep slopes. At the bottom of the Flåm Valley, you can enjoy the picturesque landscape and admire the beautiful Aurlandsfjord, a tributary of the Sognefjord, the world's longest fjord.

From Flåm port enjoy a breathtaking cruise on one of the Norvegian most picturesque fjord: The Nærøyfjord, a branch of the Sognefjord. It has been included in Unesco's World Heritage list and is considered to be among the most scenic fjord areas on the planet. Its outstanding natural beauty is derived from its narrow and steep-sided crystalline rock walls that rises up to 1400 m straight from the fjord.

Come back by bus to Myrdal station and later train to Bergen.

Bergen - 4° Overnight


Day 5

Today you leave (by plane) for Oslo, large and rich city located on the shores of the Oslofjord and extreme surrounded by green parks and hills.

After lunch you arrive in the capital of Norway and visit the Norwegian Folk Museum, with examples of popular culture ranging from crafts to cooking and traditional costumes. This large open-air museum exposes entire buildings of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries from every part of the country, a wooden church built in 1200 in Gol and playing a village 800. In the evening dinner.

Oslo - 5° Overnight


Day 6

Today after your breakfast in hotel. we suggest you to tour along the Oslo Karl Johans Gate, long artery that connects the pedestrian area with the Cathedral, the Town Hall, the neoclassical Royal Palace and the harbor area. Stop at the beautiful park Frogner enriched by the works of the sculptor Vigeland.

After lunch transfer on your own to Oslo airport and departure for Stockolm.

Stockolm - 6° Overnight


Day 7

You spend a full day exploring Stockolm, the Swedish capital, which lies on a group of islands connected by bridges and is a lively and innovative in the areas of design, music and fashion.

In the morning visit the Town Hall and Gamla Stan, the old part of rich Renaissance palaces and medieval streets, stopping at the Royal Palace and the Plaza Birger Jarl.

Gamla Stan is the charming old town of Stockholm. Its location is very central and until 1980 was also called "the city between the bridges". Its charm is all in the medieval alleys from which it is composed, in fact, the citadel dates back to the thirteenth century. To see: the big square, Stortorget, Stockholm Cathedral, the Nobel Museum, the Church of Riddarholm and the Royal Palace of Stockholm.

Stockolm - 7° Overnight


Day 8

This morning, after your breakfast, possibility of an optional tour to the Palace Drottingholm, UNESCO World Heritage Site and home of the Swedish Royal, and the Vasa Museum for a glimpse of the life of the sailors of the seventeenth century and marine archeology . In the evening try a boat trip with dinner on board.

Stockolm - 8° Overnight


Day 9 - End of your Tour