Land of the Midnight Sun & Lofoten Islands

If you’ve dreamt of experiencing Scandinavia’s Land of the Midnight Sun, our guided vacation in Norway can make your dreams come true. Your adventure begins in Oslo, home of the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony. Go sightseeing with an expert Local Guide to see the National Theater (home of Henrik Ibsen’s plays), Parliament and the Royal Palace, as well as the magnificent display of Gustav Vigeland’s sculptures in Frogner Park. Your exciting journey to the Lofoten Islands takes to the air with a flight across the Arctic Circle to Alta. After dinner in Honningsvåg, embark on your excursion to the North Cape’s sheer 1,000-foot cliff above the Atlantic Ocean. You’ll also take ferry crossings on the Lyngenfjord and Ullsfjord in view of the Lyngen Alps.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.

Day 1: Arrive In Oslo, Norway

Welcome to Oslo! At 6 pm, meet your Tour Director and travelling companions for a welcome dinner at your hotel.

Hotel: Clarion Hotel The Hub, 2 nights

Day 2: Oslo

Today gives you a good introduction to Oslo, the country’s hub of trade and industry. Sightseeing with a Local Guide features the National Theater, considered the home for Ibsen’s plays; the unique Storting building, seat of Parliament; and the Royal Palace, residence of Norwegian monarchs since 1849. Stroll through magnificent Frogner Park with Gustav Vigeland’s extraordinary sculptures; and visit the City Hall, where the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony is held each year. Afterwards, an optional excursion is available to see relics of Norway’s glorious seafaring past-including 1,000-year-old Viking ships!

Day 3: Oslo – Alta – Honningsvag – Excursion to the North Cape

Board the plane and fly across the Arctic Circle. Land in Alta, and proceed to Honningsvag. After dinner, enjoy an exciting excursion to the North Cape located at 71°10′21″N , a sheer cliff rising 1,000 feet from the Atlantic Ocean. See the iconic globe, and visit the North Cape Hall with its visitor centre, before returning to your hotel.

Hotel: Scandic Honningsvag

Day 4: Honningsvag – Alta

Morning at leisure. In the afternoon return to Alta, considered the northernmost city in the world and catch glimpses of the new Northern Lights Cathedral.

Hotel: Scandic Alta

Day 5: Alta – Tromsø

Visit the Alta Museum with its spectacular rock carvings, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Discovered in 1973, they are evidence of a settlement going back to before 4,000 BC. Drive south and enjoy Ferry Crossings on the Lyngenfjord and the Ullsfjord with views of the Lyngen Alps. Arrive in lively and colourful Tromso, the largest town in Northern Norway, surrounded by high mountains and beautiful fjords.

Hotel: Scandic Ishavshotel, 2 nights

Day 6: Tromsø

During an orientation walk with your Tour Director, explore the old wooden buildings in the historic centre. Then, visit the impressive Arctic Cathedral, the city’s landmark, with its peaked roof and stained-glass windows. Choose from our optional excursions: ride the Fjellheisen cable car and maybe visit Sommaroy island, pearl of nature.

Day 7: Tromsø – Harstad

Continue further south via the coastal island of Hinnoya, and arrive in Harstad, city of culture. Here, visit Trondenes Historical centre, a museum focusing on the history of the area from the early Viking settlements to the Nazi occupation during World War II. Also see Trondenes Church nearby, dating back to late medieval times.

Hotel: Thon Hotel Harstad

Day 8: Harstad – Svolvær – Excursion to Kabelvag & Henningsvær

Head for Svolvaer, and start your Lofoten adventure! The Lofoten archipelago is known for its magnificent natural scenery with dramatic mountains and peaks, open sea and sheltered bays, tiny fishing villages, white beaches, and crystal-clear water. Stop for pictures and fantastic views of Sildpollnes with its chapel. Arrive in bustling Svolvaer, Lofoten’s capital. For hundreds of years, artists have been inspired by the light and the scenery. In the afternoon, travel to Kabelvag and see Lofoten Cathedral dating back to 1898 and the village used by fishermen during the famous Lofoten Fishery season. The town has preserved much of its old architecture and from its square you can see the statue of King Oystein on the hill. Visit the Lofoten Museum, an authentic 19th-century setting, with the former village owner’s residence, rorbu cabins, general store, boathouse, and garden. Continue to the famous fishing village of Henningsvaer with its codfish drying racks, lovely harbour, and art galleries.

Hotel: Thon Hotel Lofoten, 2 nights

Day 9: At Leisure in Svolvaer

To make the most of your stay, experience the Viking Age on an exciting optional excursion to the Lofotr Viking Museum in Borg which houses an impressive reconstruction of the Chieftain’s house.

Day 10: Svolvaer – Ramberg – Reine – Moskenes – Bodø

Another scenic day! Take pictures of beautiful Ramberg beach, before heading down to the well-known, picturesque fishing village of Reine, situated on several small islands. In Moskenes, board the Ferry and cross the Vestfjord to Bodo on mainland Norway.

Hotel: Scandic Havet

Day 11: Bodø – Oslo

After a visit to Bodo’s interesting Norwegian Aviation Museum, board the flight to return to Oslo. Tonight, celebrate your Arctic journey with a farewell dinner.

Hotel: Clarion Hotel The Hub

Day 12: Oslo

Your holiday ends with breakfast this morning.

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Inclusions 
Meals: 11 breakfasts, 8 dinners
Transport: Luxury air-conditioned coach,
Flights:Air Ticket: Oslo - Alta / Bodo - Oslo
Ferry:Ferry Crossings: Lyngenfjord & Ullsfjord
Accommodation: 11 nights accommodation
Guide: An expert Travel Director and separate Driver
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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The Grand Scandinavian Circle Tour

Breathtaking scenery, the Arctic Circle, train rides, cruises, vibrant cities, and so much more await you on this marvelous Grand Scandinavian Circle Tour. Scenic highlights include a fantastic, overnight cruise from Copenhagen to Norway in first-class, outside, two-berth cabins with private facilities and dinner included; a train ride between Oslo and Bergen, considered to be one of the world’s most scenic train rides; a ferry ride from Sweden to Denmark; and a spectacular ride on the Flåm train with some of Norway’s most magnificent scenery, including Kjosfossen Waterfall, with its water cascading down the mountainside—a special experience offered by Globus.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.

Day 1: Arrive In Stockholm, Sweden

Welcome to Stockholm! At 6 pm, meet your Tour Director and travelling companions for a welcome dinner at your hotel.

Hotel: Scandic Continental, 2 nights

Day 2: Stockholm

During your sightseeing with a Local Guide see the Royal Palace; Riddarholm Church, walk through the Old Town, and marvel at the festive blue and gold chambers in the City Hall, where the annual Nobel Prize banquet is held.

Day 3: Stockholm – Copenhagen, Denmark

Drive south via Lake Malar and Lake Vattern to Helsingborg. Cross by Ferry to Denmark with views of Hamlet’s Kronborg Castle at Elsinore. Arrive in Copenhagen, proud capital of Denmark.

Hotel: Radisson Blu Scandinavia

Day 4: Copenhagen – Overnight cruise to Oslo, Norway

Sightseeing with a Local Guide includes the Church of Our Savior and the Stock Exchange on the way to splendid Rosenborg Castle, where some of the crown jewels of Denmark are held. Here, admire the incredible Throne Chair, made from narwhal tusks-the only one of its kind in the world! Drive past the National Museum and the Royal Theater, and stop for pictures of Amalienborg Palace and the Little Mermaid statue. In the late afternoon, board your ship for the overnight Kattegat & Oslofjord Cruise to Norway. Dinner will be served on board.

Hotel: Overnight cruise

Day 5: Oslo – Bergen

After disembarkation, transfer to the Oslo train station and board the famous Oslo-Bergen Train. Enjoy a scenic ride across the Hardangervidda mountain plateau with views of sparkling lakes, rivers, streams, and snow-capped mountains to picturesque Bergen.

Hotel: Scandic Ørnen, 2 nights

Day 6: Bergen

Guided sightseeing starts with an orientation drive to see the main sights like Bergenhus Fortress with its medieval Hakon’s Hall and Rosenkrantz Tower, the charming Hanseatic Wharf, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the harbour, and the famous Fish Market. Explore Bryggen on foot along narrow, cobblestone alleyways past colourful wooden houses. Also see the 12th-century St. Mary’s Church, where Hanseatic merchants attended religious services until the 1870s. Balance of the day is at leisure, why not join one of our optional excursions to make the most of your stay?

Day 7: Bergen – Voss – Flåm – Nærøyfjord & Sognefjord – Stalheim

A wonderful day of spectacular scenery: ride the Flam Train and see the magnificent Kjosfossen waterfall on the way to the village of Flam. Here, another highlight awaits: a relaxing CRUISE on beautiful Sognefjord and Naeroyfjord. Arrive in Stalheim, overlooking the Naeroydalen Valley.

Hotel: Stalheim

Day 8: Stalheim – Borgund – Oslo

This morning travel to Borgund and visit the wooden Stave Church. Dating back to 1180, it is considered the best-preserved and most authentic of Norway’s stave churches. Next is Oslo, capital of Norway and the country’s hub of trade and industry.

Hotel: Clarion Hotel the Hub, 2 nights

Day 9: Oslo

Sightseeing with a Local Guide features the National Theater, considered the home for Ibsen’s plays; the unique Storting building, seat of Parliament; and the Royal Palace, residence of Norwegian monarchs since 1849. Stroll through magnificent Frogner Park with Gustav Vigeland’s extraordinary sculptures; and visit the City Hall, where the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony is held each year. Afterwards, an optional excursion is available to see relics of Norway’s glorious seafaring past-including 1,000-year-old Viking ships!

Day 10: Oslo – Tromsø

Board the plane to Tromso and arrive in the world’s most northern university city, starting point of many great polar explorers. Here, winters can be hard and summers usually surprisingly warm because of the warm gulf currents and the “Midnight Sun.” During your orientation, visit the Arctic Cathedral.

Hotel: Scandic Ishavshotel

Day 11: Tromsø – Alta

Continue your journey northward. Enjoy Ferry Crossings on Ullsfjord and Lyngenfjord, with breathtaking views of the Lyngen Alps and their glaciers. Arrive in Alta, and visit the spectacular Rock Carvings, one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Hotel: Scandic Alta

Day 12: Alta – Excursion to the North Cape – Honningsvåg

Drive to Honningsvag on the island of Mageroya, and continue to the northernmost point of the North Cape, a sheer cliff rising 1,000 feet from the Atlantic Ocean, where the North Cape Hall with its visitor centre is located.

Hotel: Scandic Honningsvåg

Day 13: Honningsvåg – Karasjok – Ivalo, Finland

Admire crystal-clear streams, sparkling lakes, tundra, and forests as you head south and penetrate deep into beautiful Lapland, as it is called by the natives. Stop in Karasjok, seat of the Sami Parliament, where a highlight visit is included to Sven Engholm’s Husky Farm. Sven has led expeditions to Spitsbergen, Siberia, and Greenland, and won the longest sled dog race in Europe 11 times. Enjoy traditional snacks here, then continue to the Sami village of Ivalo for your overnight stay.

Hotel: Ivalo

Day 14: Ivalo – Arctic Circle – Rovaniemi

Cross the Arctic Circle (66°31’N), and stop at Santa Claus Village, with a chance to see Father Christmas himself. Receive your Arctic Circle Certificate and continue to nearby Rovaniemi, capital of Lapland, situated at the confluence of the river Kemijoki and its tributary, the Ounasjoki. On an orientation drive, see the Finnish architect Alvar Aalto’s Town Hall, the City Library, and the Lappia House.

Hotel: Original Sokos Vaakuna

Day 15: Rovaniemi – Helsinki

Spend some time in Rovaniemi before flying to the capital of Finland, Helsinki. This evening, dinner will be served at one of Helsinki’s fine restaurants.

Hotel: Gio Hotel Kluuvi, 3 nights

Day 16: Helsinki

Guided sightseeing introduces you to the City Hall and the Parliament House, the Presidential Palace, the monumental railroad station, the great Lutheran Cathedral, the Olympic Stadium, the Sibelius Monument, and Helsinki’s local arts and crafts Open-Air Market.

Day 17: Helsinki

A full day at leisure offers the opportunity to join an optional excursion to Tallinn, capital of Estonia, known as one of the “Pearls of the Baltic Countries.” Tonight, dinner awaits at the hotel to celebrate the success of your journey.

Day 18: Helsinki

Your holiday ends with breakfast this morning.

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August: 07, 14$7,919.00Price on Application
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August: 28$7,779.00Price on Application

Inclusions 
Meals: 17 breakfasts, 9 dinners
Transport: Luxury air-conditioned Motorcoach
Flights:Air Ticket: Oslo - Tromsø / ovaniemi - Helsinki
Rail:Train Ticket: Oslo - Bergen
Flåm Train: Voss - Flam
Ferry:Ferry Crossings: Helsingborg – Elsinore, Ullsfjord, Lyngenfjord
Accommodation: 16 nights accommodation & 1 night cruise
Guide: An expert Travel Director and separate Driver
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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Nordic Adventure

Your very-own Arctic Scandinavian adventure, complete with tales of ancient Viking kings and Lapland stories of Sami culture. Travel through dramatic fjord and glacier landscapes, view the Little Mermaid in Copenhagen and meet Santa in Rovaniemi. You’ll see the Scandinavian capitals and witness the land of the Midnight Sun.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.

Day 1: Arrive Helsinki

The ever-cool capital of Helsinki kick-starts your exploration of the ‘North’. On arrival, transfer to your hotel, then spend the rest of the day discovering the city your way before meeting your Travel Director and fellow travellers for a Welcome Reception. Indulge in some of the local flavours at Kauppatori harbour square then stretch your legs along Helsinki’s elegant esplanade. It’s the perfect introduction to your upcoming journey across Scandinavia.

Hotel: Scandic Grand Marina

Day 2: Helsinki Sightseeing – Kuopio

A ‘Local Specialist’ reveals all the highlights of Helsinki and some hidden gems on this morning’s sightseeing tour. See the abstract Sibelius Monument, erected in honour of one of Finland’s beloved composers, the Olympic stadium, the Opera House and Finlandia Hall, with its modern marble façades. From ‘Stadi’ to Finland’s Lakeland, today’s scenic journey takes you through spruce forests and pastoral landscapes to Kuopio, a beloved summer sanctuary for the locals. Soak up the tranquil lakeside setting as you embark on an orientation tour, before continuing to our resort hotel where we dine this evening surrounded by Finnish forests and lakes.

Hotel: Break Sokos Tahkovuori, 2 nights

Day 3: Kuopio Free Day

Don’t resist the urge to explore the area on water on your full free day. You could board one of the many cruises that travel through South Karelia and admire the soul-stirring natural beauty of eastern Finland by boat. Visit the Pikku-Pietari market for a spot of souvenir shopping, then indulge in the kalakukko fish pie, a local favourite. For a bird’s-eye view of the exquisite lake scenery that surrounds the town, head up to Puijo Tower. Your Travel Director will provide suggestions on how best to spend your day.

Day 4: Kuopio – Rovaniemi

Head north through Finland’s lake district to Rovaniemi, the capital of Lapland. There’s time for a quick stop in the university town of Oulu en route, to watch the outdoorsy locals take full advantage of their liveable city. See how the city spans several islands and visit its harbour and market square before continuing to Rovaniemi where an orientation will take you past the Lumberjack Bridge, the Library and Lappia Hall, home to the city’s theatre.

Hotel: Scandic Pohjanhovi

Day 5: Rovaniemi – Saariselkä

Tell Santa how good you’ve been this year when you visit him at his Santa Claus Village on the Arctic Circle. ‘Dive Into Culture’ and see his office and post office, where every year Christmas magic happens. Enjoy some free time to explore Rovaniemi on your own or consider delving into the fascinating world of Arctic research and a Rovaniemi of the past when you join an Optional Experience to the Arctic Centre and Pioneer Farm. Later, travel north to the popular winter-sports resort of Saariselkä.

Hotel: Santa’s Tunturi

Day 6: Saariselkä – Honningsvåg

It doesn’t get more north in Norway than Honningsvåg, today’s final destination and the gateway to the North Cape. During your free time, consider joining an optional Sea Birds and Arctic Cruise to explore the chilly waters of the Barents Sea and the creatures that find sanctuary in its midst. After dinner at your hotel, head to the North Cape Visitor Centre to see the Midnight Sun from your ethereal vantage point, the ‘Edge of the World’.

Hotel: Scandic Nordkapp

Day 7: Honningsvåg – Alta

Continue through Norway’s Finnmark region to Alta. You could choose to experience an integral part of Norwegian culture first-hand, joining an optional visit to a Husky farm to meet the Alaskan Husky dogs and encounter the beauty of the Arctic. Arriving in Alta, you’ll view the modern Northern Lights Cathedral before an evening at leisure.

Hotel: Thon Alta

Day 8: Alta – Tromsø

Follow the winding route along the fjords of northern Norway to Tromsø, the ‘Gateway to the Arctic’. Discover a multicultural community which thrives in its Arctic Circle surrounds. The backdrop may be snow-capped, but there’s nothing chilly about the warmth of the locals, as you’ll come to discover on your free evening in this ‘capital of the north’.

Hotel: Clarion The Edge

Day 9: Tromsø – Svolvær (Lofoten Islands)

Keep your cameras ready for a day of soul-stirring views. You’ll journey south from Tromsø to Svolvær, the perfect base from which to explore Norway’s exquisite Lofoten Islands. En route, stop for an exclusive ‘Be My Guest’ dinner with Jorunn, Sven-Magne and the resident goats of Den Sorte Gryte Goat Farm, which has been in the family since the 16th century. Sample the local speciality brown cheese and discover the Norwegian philosophy of friluftsliv before arriving in the gateway to the Lofoten Peninsula. The statue of Fiserkona, the fisherman’s wife, stands at the harbour entrance against a backdrop of cod drying racks, giving visitors a taste and smell of the town’s seafaring roots.

Hotel: Thon, 2 nights

Day 10: Svolvær (Lofoten Islands) Free Time

Lace up your boots and prepare for a day of adventure. The Lofoten Islands is paradise for outdoor enthusiasts and, with a variety of optional activities on offer to explore the surrounding natural beauty, you’re in for a busy day. You could choose to spend your free time hiking, fishing or cruising, or delve into the area’s Viking connections with a visit to the Lofotr Viking Museum. As the sun refuses to set on another spectacular Scandinavian day, you’ll enjoy an evening at leisure

Day 11: Svolvær (Lofoten Islands) – Mo I Rana

Spend the day relaxing as glorious Norwegian landscapes unfold along your journey south. You’ll see glaciers and fjords as you wind your way towards Mo I Rana, re-crossing the Arctic Circle and passing Saltfjellet-Svartisen National Park, Junkerdal National Park and the ‘Blood Road’, built by prisoners during World War II. After a day of scenic driving, you’ll arrive in Mo I Rana in time for dinner at your hotel.

Hotel: Scandic Meyergarden

Day 12: Mo I Rana – Trondheim

This morning we journey south to Trondheim, stopping en route in the amusingly named village of Hell, Norway. With Trondheim’s youthful atmosphere and centuries-old Viking heritage, you’ll wish you had more time to visit. This afternoon, you’ll see its 11th-century Nidaros Cathedral, built over the burial site of King Olav II who became the patron saint of the nation. Then, admire the ornamental red portals of the Old Town Bridge and the colourful façades on Kongens gate, one of Trondheim’s main streets.

Hotel: Scandic Lerkendal

Day 13: Trondheim – Geiranger

The ‘Queen of the Fjords’ takes centre stage today and you’ll quickly discover why she is justifiably inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List, along with Nærøyfjord. A special treat awaits as you spend the night at one of Trafalgar’s ‘Stays with Stories’ – Hotel Geiranger, which offers spectacular views and authentic Norwegian hospitality. Join your fellow travellers for dinner at your hotel against the backdrop of your enchanting natural surroundings.

Hotel: Geiranger, 2 nights

Day 14: Geiranger Free Day

Soak up the wonder of this spectacular feat of nature on a full free day to encounter Geirangerfjord on your own terms. Consider an Optional Experience along Trollstigen Road and admire the feat of engineering it took to carve 11 hairpin turns into the steep mountain slope. Alternatively, embark on an optional visit to the Dalsnibba Skywalk for spectacular views of the fjord below with a scenic cruise past its tumbling waterfalls and snow-capped peaks.

Day 15: Geiranger – Lom – Lillehammer – Oslo

High peaks surround you along your journey to Lom, the gateway to Jotunheimen Mountains, where this morning you’ll visit the 12th-century wooden Stave church. Visit Lillehammer, where you’ll learn about the hugely successful 1994 Winter Olympic games, then continue to Oslo, Norway’s vibrant capital.

Hotel: Scandic Solli

Day 16: Oslo Sightseeing – Frederikshavn

This morning, join a ‘Local Specialist’ for a sightseeing tour which includes views of the medieval fortress of Akershus, the 19th-century Royal Palace and the impressive modern Opera House which seems to rise up from the harbour’s waters. Visit the wonderland of Norwegian sculptures left behind by Gustav Vigeland in his Sculpture Park. Next, slice across the Skagerrak strait on board your ferry bound for Denmark and the harbour town of Frederikshavn. Its strategic location as a naval base and trading town has left its mark on the city and you’ll have the evening on your own to explore its centuries-old roots after an orientation tour.

Hotel: Jutlandia

Day 17: Frederikshavn – Odense – Copenhagen

Visit Odense, the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen. Then travel south down the Jutland Peninsula, bound for the island of Zealand and the Danish capital, Copenhagen. The city is as enchanting today as it was when it inspired Hans Christian Andersen to write his celebrated fairy tales, as you’ll discover over the coming days. This evening is yours to explore Copenhagen as you wish. Consider an Optional Experience on an hour-long cruise along the canals followed by a visit to the village of Dragør with its tiny thatched cottages.

Hotel: Island, 2 nights

Day 18: Copenhagen Sightseeing and Free Time

Join your ‘Local Specialist’ this morning for a sightseeing tour through the city’s historic centre. See Christiansborg Palace, the 17th-century Børsen (Stock Exchange) and the demure Little Mermaid, watching over the promenade from her rock. You’ll have a free afternoon to finish your souvenir shopping. Consider heading to the colourful Nyhavn waterfront to rub shoulders with the cheerful locals. This evening, join your travel companions for a rousing Farewell Dinner to toast an epic journey across Scandinavia.

Day 19: Depart Copenhagen

As your journey draws to a close, bid your new friends a fond farewell and prepare for your return trip home

2020 Dates & PricesTwin ShareSolo Traveller
April: 09$6,925.00$8,685.00
April: 16, 23, 30$7,050.00$8,810.00
May: 07, 14, 21$7,050.00$8,810.00
May: 28$7,250.00$9,010.00
June: 04$7,250.00$9,010.00
June: 11$7,150.00$8,910.00
June: 18, 25$6,950.00$8,300.00
July: 02, 09, 16$7,095.00$8,445.00
July: 23, 30$7,150.00$8,910.00
August: 06$7,150.00$8,910.00
August: 13, 20$7,050.00$8,810.00

Inclusions 
Meals: 18 breakfasts, 9 dinners
Transport: Luxury air-conditioned coach
Accommodation: 17 nights accommodation & 1 night cruising
Guide: An expert Travel Director and separate Driver
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

* Tour departure dates are subject to availability at time of booking.
* Prices and itinerary are correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice.

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