The Lands of Viking

Copenhagen | Bergen | Stockholm

Scandinavia Summer light is very special, darkness barely falls and the sun never disappeared. Explore nature, explore the fjord, visit famous places and do not forget to takes the photograph in every step.

Level
VIP $9,500
LUXURY $5,200
Best Season
June – September
Duration
10 Days 9 Nights
Theme
Couple / Group Friend
Product Code
EA006_692

Highlights of the Journeys

  • Visit the second oldest amusement park in the world, Tivoli
  • Experiences Copenhagen Canal Experiences
  • Spent the full day to the Incredible boat journey which will take you back over a thousand years to the Viking Age
  • Explore Stockholm’s islands of new and ancient villages

 

 

**Rates are per person based on USD and 4 people traveling together

Day 1 - 3

Copenhagen | 3 Nights

Copenhagen is an ancient city, full of beautiful historic buildings and many points of interest. The ramparts and walls surrounding the center of the city were demolished around the middle of the nineteenth century. This allowed the city to assume the peculiar architectural structure characterized by narrow stone streets that lead directly to the city center and which are the background to numerous shops and bars. 

Your guide will take you on the Danish Castle Experience, to the most important castle in Denmark: Kronborg Castle, the most famous Danish castle and known worldwide from Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Spent half a day in the second oldest amusement park in the world and still the world’s favorite called Tivoli then explore the city through the famous canal in Copenhagen.

Day 4 - 6

Bergen | 3 Nights

Today is an exciting and incredible boat journey that will take you back over a thousand years to the Viking Age. Bergen is situated between the longest fjord Sognefjord north of Bergen and the beautiful Hardangerfjord in the south. The fjords in Norway have been voted the world’s most unspoiled tourist destination by National Geographic, and Bergen is a great starting point if you wish to explore them.

Your guide will meet at the hotel and take to the port to embark on a day cruise to see the famous fjords: Knarvik island, visit the modern-style church with the markedly rising spire, church sanctuary, and chapel. Take a walk in the city center and explore Bergen’s second-biggest villages. Enroute from Knarvik to Modalen, enjoy a natural gateway which makes Bergen’s fjords a world heritage site. Modalen is located in the Osterfjorden with beautiful scenery of fjords, mountains, and big waterfalls.

When reaching the town of Modalen, visit the cute Atelier Midtun art gallery. This little art gallery is both the workplace and gallery of local artist Jarle Midtun. A good variety of paintings and graphic art are exhibited and available for purchase. The gallery lies across from the church in Mo village and has flexible opening hours. From Modalen to Bruvik, home of the famous Bruvik watch brand, we stop for a coffee break. End your journey to dine at the world-class seafood restaurant in Cornelius, Bergen, which is only accessible by boat. Your private boat will drop you off at the restaurant and pick you up again once you have finished your dinner and return you back to your hotel.

Day 7 - 10

Stockholm | 3 Nights

Explore the panorama of Stockholm explore the hidden track tell the story about the history of the city. Go around the street of Stockholm as well as the vibrant café culture and the bohemian fashion-forward crowd that occupies much of the Södermalm district.
Exploring the Grinda Island, with nearly 30,000 islands, islets, and rocks – each with its own character, explore islands of new and ancient villages, where large houses and small cottages stand side by side whilst enjoying the rugged nature blends of rocky cliffs and sandy beaches.

Arrive at Grinda Island and enjoy a delicious lunch on the spacious wooden deck overlooking the sea. Be sure to walk around the island after lunch to explore the beautiful nature. Take a swim (if you can take 15C water) – a very Swedish thing to do during the summer.

On the way back to the hotel, we stop at Vaxholm town, an idyllic archipelago town with many well-preserved wooden houses from the turn of the last century painted in the archipelago’s typical delicate pastel tones – considered one of the best archipelago islands in Stockholm. Stroll around the various cafés and Swedish shops. Note: the island is 1 hour away from Stockholm city.