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The remarkable cities of Stockholm, Oslo, Bergen and Copenhagen will come alive filled with history, the Viking legends, Hans Christian Andersen and The Little Mermaid. From vibrant Stockholm and it's wonderful mix of old and new to the colorful waterfront of Bergen. From the cobbled streets of Copenhagen to the thriving capital of Oslo. Add the unbelievable natural beauty of the Scandinavian countries and you'll have the holiday of a lifetime.
05/10/2023-05/19/2023 Wed-Fri Trip#2023012
12 Meals: 8 breakfasts and 4 dinners
Airport transfers on tour dates when air is provided by Mayflower Cruises & Tours
Remarkable experiences in Sweden, Norway and Denmark
Included city tour in Stockholm, Oslo, Bergen and Copenhagen with a local guide
See the historic City Hall and scenic Old Town in Stockholm
Visit Vigeland Sculpture Park in Oslo
Scenic rail experience from Oslo to Myrdal and aboard the Flâm Railway from Myrdal to Flâm
Cruise the scenic Sognefjord and Naerøey Fjord
Overnight at the Stalheim Hotel with panoramic views of the Norwegian valley
Tour historic Bryggen and see composer Edvard Grieg's former home in Bergen
See The Little Mermaid statue in Copenhagen
$50 in Mayflower Money
Tour Activity Level-3
Includes Roundtrip air from Philadelphia International Airport as well as flights between; Sweden, Norway, and Denmark
Passports and Visas: Each U.S. citizen must have a valid passport.
***Please note that Mayflower requires proof of vaccination against COVID-19, travelers must be fully vaccinated a minimum of 14 days prior to departure***
***Pricing & Itinerary subject to change as are entrance requirements due to the changing circumstances***
Depart USA: Today you’ll depart the USA on your overnight flight to Stockholm, Sweden.
Stockholm, Sweden: Upon arrival you are greeted by a representative of Mayflower Cruises & Tours and transferred to your hotel. The remainder of the day is yours to enjoy this remarkable Scandinavian city. This evening, join your Tour Manager and fellow travelers for a welcome dinner at the hotel.D
Stockholm: After breakfast, enjoy a Stockholm city tour. Once home of the Vikings, today’s Sweden is a captivating mix of old and new. This capital city is the very epitome of a vibrant cosmopolitan center, alive with world-class art museums, cutting-edge fashion boutiques and sizzling night life. Remarkable architecture abounds, exemplified in the dazzling City Hall, site of the Nobel Prize reception, with its glittering gold walls and stunning colored-glass mosaics. But even in this thrilling center of culture, you’ll find traces of Sweden’s fabled past.
In the Gamla Stan, the city’s Old Town, medieval Stockholm comes to life in this beautifully preserved historic district. This afternoon, explore the city on your own or choose an optional excursion of The Royal Canal and Vasa Warship Museum. This excursion includes a one-hour cruise along the shady canal of Djurgarden and a visit to the remarkable Vasa Warship Museum, built around a restored 17th-century warship that sank in Stockholm’s inner harbor.
Stockholm – Oslo, Norway: Following breakfast this morning, bid farewell to Stockholm and depart for Oslo, Norway. Upon your late afternoon arrival in Oslo, you’ll learn why it’s hard to say what is more stunning: its glorious urban cityscapes or towering mountains and pristine countryside. The remainder of the day is free for you to experience Oslo on your ownB
Oslo – Stalheim: On this morning’s city tour, your local guide will walk you through Vigeland Sculpture Park as you discover the amazing granite and bronze artwork. Catch a glimpse of the regal and impressive Royal Palace. All these pleasures await, plus the bustling trade of a thriving port city.
After the tour, transfer to the Oslo train station for one of the best ways to view the wonders of Scandinavia: aboard a scenic railway that traverses this breathtaking countryside. Dizzying vistas open out on all sides as you speed from Oslo toward Myrdal, a remote mountain station located 3,000 feet above sea level. Famous for its remarkable panoramic views, Myrdal is the stepping off point for yet another glorious train ride on the world-renowned Flåm Railway.
Descending 3,500 feet during a 13-mile journey into mountainous countryside, passengers glimpse wild rivers that cut through deep ravines, waterfalls cascading down sheer cliffs, and mountain farms clinging perilously to steep slopes. In the heart of this rugged countryside, the historic Stalheim Hotel offers a stunning panoramic perspective of astounding fjordland views. For nearly 200 years, artists, painters and poets have drawn inspiration from the awe-inspiring majesty of this remarkable natural spectacle
Stalheim – Bergen:This morning after breakfast, you’ll get a final view of the Naerøey Valley before transferring by coach to Flåm for embarkation of a cruise through the world-famous Sognefjord and Naerøey Fjords. Carved out over centuries by waves of majestic glaciers, the fjords are a testament to the magnificent power of nature.
No visit to Norway would be complete without views of the emerald green cliffs of the fjord sweeping sharply down to meet glittering waters. You just may glimpse a sight of seals as they sun themselves on warm rocks. After the cruise, meet your coach in Gudvangen where you’ll continue on the journey to Bergen.
Bergen: Today you’ll enjoy an included city tour of Bergen, the second largest city in Norway. Bergen offers a fascinating mix of history, culture and natural beauty. A UNESCO World Heritage City, Bergen proudly preserves its rich past, seen in the timbered 15th-century houses, centuries-old warehouses built by seagoing merchants, and a charming labyrinth of cobblestone streets.
Nearby, you’ll visit Troldhaugen, the former home and estate of one of Norway’s most famous sons, composer Edvard Grieg. The remainder of the day is free to explore this charming city on your own.
Bergen – Copenhagen, Denmark: Following breakfast, transfer to the airport for your flight to Copenhagen. Upon arrival, enjoy a city tour of this bustling metropolis. Copenhagen offers a mix of old-world grandeur with the excitement of a thriving modern cultural center. Parks and green spaces are everywhere, and canals and waterways crisscross its streets, recalling the city’s seagoing roots.
The city is alive with such sites as Tivoli Gardens, one of the world’s oldest pleasure parks; and Christiansborg Palace, home to the Danish Parliament and the Royal Theater. Fans of literature make a pilgrimage to the statue of The Little Mermaid, inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s famous fairy-tale, while shoppers enjoy browsing the quaint boutiques along the famous Stroget, Copenhagen’s renowned pedestrian district.
Copenhagen: This day is yours to experience Copenhagen and all of its charm. Or join us for an optional excursion to North Zealand. You’ll enjoy a scenic drive to Helsinor, one of the oldest towns in Denmark, and nearby Kronborg Castle, legendary home of Prince Hamlet. Your tour also includes views of Fredensborg Castle and an included visit to Frederiksborg Castle. Tonight join your Tour Manager and fellow travelers for a farewell dinner at the hotel.B, D
Copenhagen / USA: Following breakfast at the hotel, bid farewell to Scandinavia with memories of life enriching experiences as you transfer to the Copenhagen airport for the flight homeB
Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.
Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.
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