- 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.
Scandinavian Splendor Expedition
Thirteen-Day Tour of Germany, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway with the Beautiful Fjordline Ferry
Scandinavian Splendor Expedition A special journey for those interested in exploring Northern Europe and the Scandinavian countries, beginning in Germany and continuing through the beautiful countries of Denmark, Sweden, and Norway. This journey will take you through the historical Viking lands and connect your route to the North Sea, where you’ll board the Fjordline ferry to Denmark. You’ll then proceed by car to Germany.
Your journey will start by entering the heart of Europe and the commercial capital, Hamburg. It’s a dreamy trip that commences with a boat ride through the waterways of Hamburg, followed by a car journey through northern Germany, crossing into Denmark and staying in Copenhagen. You’ll also explore Sweden with a stop in Stockholm before reaching Oslo, the capital of Norway.
After your stay and exploration in Oslo, the journey continues with a passage through Norway’s incredible natural landscapes to the westernmost point of the country, where the beautiful Fjordline ferry is anchored in Bergen. After a short stay in this city, your exciting journey will proceed with an overnight ferry ride, and you’ll have the chance to visit the region’s rocky attractions and beautiful waterfalls.
The Scandinavian Splendor Expedition continues to Hirtshals in northern Denmark. From there, by car, you’ll cross the length of Denmark, returning to Hamburg, where your journey will come to an end.
The Route is: ✈ Hamburg 🚌 Copenhagen 🚌 Stockholm 🚌 Oslo 🚌 Bergen ⛴️ Stavanger ⛴️ Hirtshals 🚌 Hamburg ✈
|Natural / Cruise
|Depends on the size of the group
Highlights of Scandinavian Expedition Tour:
- Visit the city of Hamburg and the famous Wasserspeicher district
- Visit the unique architecture of Hamburg by boat
- Visit the capital of Denmark, Copenhagen
- Vist the capital of Sweden, Stockholm
- Visiting the capital of Norway and the Viking ship museum
- Visit breathtaking waterfalls, unique rocky landscapes, and extraordinary lakes
- Cruise experience by fjordline ship and one night stay on it
Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to explore one the best Europe Tours Scandinavian Splendor Expedition!
|Number of Person
|1, 2, 3, 4-6, 7-10
Day 1 :
Day 2 :
Visit the central part of the beautiful port city of Hamburg, artificial Alster Lakes, sandy beaches, and the pristine Elbe River.
Experience the city’s unique architecture and buildings with a city tour on recreational boats.
Hamburg is the second-largest city in Germany, the eighth-largest in the European Union, and the third-largest port in Europe after Rotterdam and Antwerp.
Denmark is the land that connects Germany to the Scandinavian countries and is situated between the Baltic and North Seas. Experience beautiful landscapes on the journey between Hamburg and Copenhagen, including impressive Baltic Sea bridges.
Day 4 :
Visit Nyhavn, known for its colorful and charming buildings, Rosenborg and Christiansborg Palaces, and Frederik’s Church. You’ll have the evening for a leisurely walk in the city center if you wish
Explore the cobblestone streets and golden-hued buildings in Gamla Stan (the Old Town), St. Nicholas’ Church from the 13th century, the Royal Palace, and the Nobel Museum with its numerous Nobel Prize exhibits.
Admire the unique architecture, and create unforgettable memories from this visit.
Day 7 :
Enjoy the scenic 520-kilometer journey through the beautiful nature of the Scandinavian countries and its numerous lakes. In the evening, you’ll arrive in Oslo and spend the night in the city
Oslo, the capital of Norway, is situated on the southern coast of the country. The city is famous for its parks and museums. Many of these cultural institutions, such as the Norwegian Maritime Museum and Viking ships dating back to the 9th century, are located on the Bygdøy Peninsula.
Oslo offers a wide range of attractions, and by obtaining the Oslo Pass, which provides discounts and free access to public transportation for many landmarks, you’ll become familiar with these points of interest. Visiting the Viking Ship Museum will be one of the highlights of your day
Day 9 :
On the ninth day, we will leave the city of Oslo and head to Bergen, located in the western part of Norway on the northern coast. Bergen’s historic district offers a fascinating journey into the past of the Hanseatic League, an old trading city. The city is surrounded by seven mountains that create breathtaking panoramic views around Bergen.
During our journey between these two cities, we will witness an abundance of natural attractions that are unmatched in any other part of Europe. We will spend the night in the city of Bergen
You will stay overnight on the ship
Day 12 :
After experiencing an overnight stay on the cruise ship, you’ll have a brief stop in another coastal town in Norway, Stavanger.
Stavanger is a unique old town with 173 white wooden houses built around 1800. You’ll explore the town’s artistic atmosphere with numerous galleries and craft shops.
After about 24 hours of travel on the cruise, you’ll arrive in Hirtshals, in northern Denmark. You’ll continue your journey to Hamburg, which is about a 5-hour drive.
We will spend the night in Hamburg
Day 13 :
The final day of your journey has arrived. You’ll check out from the hotel and head to the airport for your return home