7 Days
Duration
Germany, Norway
Location

Seven-day tour of Germany and Norway with the beautiful Color line ship

Germany and Norway

your journey begins by entering the heart of Europe and its commercial capital, Hamburg

A dream trip that begins with a boat trip on the water canals of Hamburg and continues with the Color Line ship from northern Germany and the state capital Kiel via Denmark, the Baltic Sea and the North Sea to Oslo, the capital of Norway will arrive. This water voyage lets you experience some of the beauty of these two countries, as well as a two-night stay on the beautiful Color line ship.

 

The Route is: Hamburg 🚌 Kiel ⛴️ Oslo ⛴️ Kiel 🚌 Hamburg 

SeasonWhole year 
DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATIONHamburg  Germany
StyleNatural / Cruise 
Hotel Rate3-4 star
VehicleDepends on the size of the group

About Color Line
Color Line is Norway’s largest shipping company in international passenger and freight traffic to and from Norway and is one of the leading shipping companies in European short-haul shipping.

Color Line is a Norwegian tourism company with more than 60 years of tradition and experience, whose products stand for very special and high-quality maritime experiences.

The offer includes mini cruises to Oslo (with and without hotel), ferry crossings, Norway trips and meetings at sea.

Color Line operates with a fleet of seven cruise, ferry and cargo vessels. The cruise ships Color Magic and Color Fantasy start daily from Kiel.

On the short routes from Hirtshals in Denmark towards the Norwegian ports of Kristiansand and Larvik, the SuperSpeed 1 and SuperSpeed 2 fast ferries are fast, direct and reliable connections.

Around 4 million passengers travel Europe-wide with Color Line every year. Color Line GmbH, based in Kiel, bears overall responsibility for the German and Central European passenger and freight business.

The company employs around 2300 full-time equivalents in four countries and is today the only international passenger and freight shipping company with regular services to and from Norway, with ships registered in the Norwegian Ship Register and Norwegian ownership and head office in Norway.

Color Line carries nearly four million passengers annually. In addition, about 900,000 cars and about 180,000 trailers (12 m) are transported, which corresponds to more than 20 percent of the annual freight traffic overland via the Swedish-Norwegian border crossing at Svinesund (as of 2016).

With Gate Of Nations you can choose from various great trips with Color Line and book them directly.

 

Highlights

  • Visit the city of Hamburg and the famous Wasserspeicher district
  • Visit the unique architecture of Hamburg by boat
  • Cruise experience by ship and two nights stay on it
  • Visiting the capital of Norway and the Viking ship museum

 

Prices

1 person2 person3 person4-6 person7-10 person
per person23991799169915991499

Additional information

Number of Person1, 2, 3, 4-6, 7-10
1

Day 1 :

Arriving in the city of Hamburg and moving from the airport to the hotel and handing over the room and reviewing the upcoming plans in this trip
2

Day 2 :

Visiting the central part of the beautiful port of Hamburg, the artificial lakes of Alster, the sandy and pristine beach of the Elbe river, City Hall and the tour of the pleasure boats of this city, which will introduce you to its unique architecture and buildings, will be among the programs of this day.

Hamburg  is the second largest city in Germany after Berlin and the eighth largest in the European Union, as well as the third largest port in Europe after Rotterdam and Antwerp. Hamburg is a state city, which means it is one of the sixteen states of Germany. This city is built on the banks of the Elbe River. Hamburg is twice as big as London and seven times as big as Paris.

The official name reflects Hamburg’s history as a member of the medieval Hanseatic League and a free imperial city of the Holy Roman Empire.

This city is surrounded by hundreds of canals that pass through it. Boats drive inside the canals to the city center and there are countless cafes around them. The Jungfernstieg connects the new town with the old town, where landmarks such as the original Sankt Michaelis church from the 18th century can be seen.

3

Day 3:

Departure from Hamburg to the city of Kiel with a journey of about 1.5 hours. Kiel is the most populous city and the capital of Schleswig-Holstein in northern Germany. Due to its geographical location, this city is considered one of Germany’s major maritime and shipping industry centers, and the world’s largest tourist ships can be found in this port. Every year, the world’s largest sailing boat festival, known as Kilerwoche, is held in this city. Also, the presence of Kiel University and several other higher education institutions has made this city a university city.

After visiting the city of Kiel for a few hours, we will go to the Kalerline ferry dock to board and continue the journey to Norway.

Color Line is Norway’s largest transport company in international passenger and cargo transport to and from Norway and is one of the leading European short-haul transport companies. Exclusive offers on board that you can enjoy: shopping promenade, Aqualand, Color SPA and fitness center, restaurants, cafes and bars, casino, shows and more, as well as an overnight stay in your cozy cabin .

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4

Day 4 :

Before noon, you will reach Oslo, the capital of Norway, after passing through the North of Germany, Denmark, the Baltic Sea and the North Sea.

Start your own personal sightseeing tour of the vibrant metropolis. Get a taste of Scandinavia’s big city on our optional city tour including hotel transfer (book in the “Additional offers” booking stage)

The capital of Norway, Oslo, is located on the southern coast of the country. This city is famous for its parks and museums. Many of these cultural institutions, such as the Norwegian Maritime Museum and Viking ships from the 9th century, are located on Bykdøy Island.

You will spend the night in one of the beautiful hotels of this city.

5

Day 5:

After a hearty breakfast, the day is yours! Oslo offers a wide range of attractions. You’ll get to know these attractions by getting the Oslo Pass, which gives you discounts on many sights and free use of public transport. Also, visiting the Viking ship museum will be one of the attractions of this day
6

Day 6:

After breakfast at the hotel, in the morning you have time to explore Oslo more. Departure is at 2 pm. Say goodbye to Oslo from the sun deck and enjoy the magnificent view of the Oslo Fjord. At the end of the Oslo trip, give yourself plenty of time for marine experiences on board! A night in your cozy cabin. 
7

Day 7 :

Well rested and full of new impressions, you arrive at the Norwegian Pier in Kiel at 10am.

After having lunch and a short sightseeing in the city of Kiel, you will go to Hamburg airport to return home.

  • The first & last day of programs depends on your flight time, so the necessary changes will be made accordingly.
  • This itinerary can be tailor-made according to your interests.
  • The possibility of all the visits depends on weekdays.
INCLUDED
Schengen Visa Invitation
Airport , ground transfers  and Sea transfers
Accommodation 3-4 in star hotels with breakfast
Travel insurance
City tour with English-speaking tour leader and local guide
Entrance tickets to all museums and places mentioned in the tour
Fuel and road tolls
All expenses of driver and guide like food and accommodation.
Airport transfer.
Bottled water while sightseeing and daily snack.
Expertise of Gate of nation’s travel specialists, tour guide.
Fuel and road tolls.
All expenses of driver and guide like food and accommodation.
R+V Allgemeine Versicherung AG.
Excluded
International flights 
Extra services at hotel like phone call, laundry…  
Dinners.
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