Trafalgar has the cure for your Norwegian blues!

 
   

Are you pining for the Fjords of Scandinavia? Do you want to explore its lush green valleys, grand mountain ranges and picturesque countryside?  Beat those blues with Trafalgar’s 15-day Scenic Scandinavia & its Fjords which travels through Norway, Sweden and Denmark.

This leisurely paced holiday spends two-nights each in Copenhagen, Bergen, Geiranger and Stockholm, with overnight stays in Stavanger, Sognefjord, Lillehammer and Oslo.

A few of the many highlights of the itinerary include:

  • Copenhagen: a sightseeing tour takes in the Little Mermaid and Christiansborg Palace
  • Odense: visit the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen
  • Stavanger: explore one of Norway’s oldest towns
  • Bergen: enjoy an orientation tour of the city which includes views of the Haakons Hall
  • Sognefjord: cross the spectacular fjord
  • Geiranger: view this magnificent Geirangerfjord
  • Lillehammer: visit the Olympic Resort
  • Hamar: view the infamous Olympic ice rink
  • Oslo: take in views of the medieval fortress of Akershus, the Royal Palace and visit the Vigeland Sculpture Park
  • Stockholm: enjoy a visit to the magnificent City Hall
  • Plus, take a journey on the Flam Railway and enjoy scenic drives through Denmark’s fairytale countryside, along Ottadalen, and through Gudbrandsal Valley.

Trafalgar’s Scenic Scandinavia & its Fjords is priced from $3875 per person, twin share land only (single supplement available from $990). This tour includes first-class hotel accommodation, touring by luxury air conditioned coach, locally guided sightseeing, the services of a professional multi-lingual tour director, buffet breakfast daily and most dinners including a farewell dinner with wine in Stockholm. Price is based on departures between 2 May and 23 May, 2010 and 29 August and 12 September, 2010. Price will vary for other dates.

 
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