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The Nordic Capitals

This itinerary takes in the wonders ofthe four capitals of Scandinavia andFinland, each with their own culturaland historical identities. Starting inStockholm, travelling to Helsinki andCopenhagen and finishing in Oslo, thetour is balanced to feature the mainattractions in each city and allow freetime for further exploration. Itinerary Details Day 1: To...

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The Islands of Denmark

The islands of Sealand, Funen and Aeroe are easily combinable with this 7-day self-drive itinerary. Starting with the capital Copenhagen, travel via the magnificent suspension bridge of Storebaelt to Funen and Denmark’s second city of Odense and then by ferry to the island of Aeroe, this tour highlights some of...

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Roskilde & Copenhagen

This self-drive tour is the perfect introduction to Denmark. Starting in the former capital of Roskilde, travel to the present capital, Copenhagen, with free time to explore the surrounding region with its excellent palaces and world-famous art museums at your own pace. Itinerary Details Day 1: Fly to Copenhagen •...

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In the Footsteps of Wallander

Inspector Kurt Wallander of Ystad police is the main protagonist in a series of 10 detective novels by Henning Mankell. His melancholic character has brought fame to this pretty town, located on the southern-most tip of Sweden. With its mediaeval, pastel-coloured houses lining cobblestone streets, Ystad is as attractive as...

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In the footsteps of Vikings

The Vikings have left a deep and significant cultural imprint in Danish history. This self-drive itinerary explores some of the best museums and attractions in Denmark associated with the Vikings. Itinerary Details Day 1: To Copenhagen Fly from London Heathrow to Copenhagen. Collect your hire car (based on Group B...

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Garden Tour of Denmark

This 8-day self-drive itinerary travels to some of Denmark’s most attractive gardens as well as its splendid manor houses and castles. Starting in Copenhagen with the renowned Tivoli gardens and travelling via North Sealand and Odense, one of the highlights is a stay at Broholm Castle. Itinerary Details Day 1:...

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Food, Castles and Fairy-tales

According to food critics, Denmark is at the cutting edge of cuisine and boasts the best restaurant in the world with Noma. You will visit the best of what this Danish cooking revolution has to offer coupled with stays in historic hotels, the highlight being Broholm castle. Table reservations are...

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Copenhagen

Copenhagen, Scandinavia’s second largest city, retains much of the intimate atmosphere of the fishing harbour town it once was. Many of the city’s most impressive buildings date from the golden age of the 17th century when the extensive canal network was founded. Today it offers excellent museums, high quality restaurants,...

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A Fairy Tale in Denmark

Starting in the capital Copenhagen for 2 nights and then touring a region of Denmark whose history covers over 1000 years, this self-drive private journey visits some of the cultural highlights of Denmark including Hamlet’s castle at Kronborg and the rune stones at Jelling. Itinerary Details Day 1: To Copenhagen...

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Iceland & Atlantic Canada

On this 13 day cruise from Reykjavik to Quebec City you will love discovering the islands that connect the American continent to the European continent. Itinerary Day 1: Reykjavik (Iceland) Your journey into wonder begins today.  Relax and raise your glass to the days ahead at this evening’s welcome reception....

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