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Copenhagen to Northern Norway

Copenhagen to Northern Norway

From beautiful cities that seamlessly blend historic architecture and modern design to sprawling landscapes of pristine natural beauty, Scandinavia has a lot going for it. This 14-day journey through Sweden, Denmark and Norway begins in stylish Copenhagen, where the streets are made for cycling, the boutiques are plentiful and the cuisine is world-class. Discover the neoclassical architecture, leafy boulevards and delicious hagabullen (giant cinnamon buns) of Gothenburg before escaping to the serene beaches and nature reserves of the Gothenburg archipelago. Have your curiosity piqued at Oslo’s eccentric museums and discover endless photo opportunities in Trondheim, one of Norway’s prettiest town. Explore the majestic mountains, deep fjords and untamed beauty of Norway’s north while hiking and kayaking around the Lofoten Islands. Then wrap up the adventure above the Arctic Circle in Tromso, a town famed for its Northern Lights displays.


  • Copenhagen – Visit to Freetown Christiania with Local Guide
  • Copenhagen – Bike Tour
  • Malmo – Leader Led Walk
  • Vrango Island – Day Trip
  • Vrango Island – Island Tour with Local Guide (Oct to Apr)
  • Vrango Island – Sea Kayaking (May to Sep)
  • Trondheim – Bymarka forest walk & picnic lunch
  • Bodø – Leader-led orientation walk
  • Svolvær – Trollfjord Cruise & Sea Eagle Safari
  • Tromsø – E-bike city tour


  • Explore Copenhagen like a local and hop on a bike. There is no better way to see the major sites, as well as explore hidden corners of this beautiful city.
  • Don’t miss Gothenburg’s Haga district, with its picturesque wooden houses and the iconic Skansen Kronan, as well as laid-back Langgatan street.
  • Take a ferry to Vrango Island, a stunning fishing town in the Gothenburg Archipelago, and discover this rocky nature haven by kayak.
  • Visit Trondheim, which translates as ‘a good place to live’, stroll past the colourful wooden storehouses flanking the river, ride the northernmost tram and enjoy a forest walk and picnic just like the locals do.
  • Explore the long-adored Lofoten Islands, a patchwork of fishing villages, by land and sea and take in some of the most breathtaking scenery in the entire world.
  • Hop on an e-bike in Tromso, and learn about life hundreds of kilometres north of the Arctic Circle, where the arts and culture scene is thriving despite its isolated, northerly location.

07/02/2023 through 08/22/2024
07/02/2023 through 08/25/2024

Day 1 Copenhagen
Day 2 Copenhagen
Day 3 Malmo / Gothenburg
Day 4 Gothenburg
Day 5 Vrango Island / Gothenburg
Day 6 Oslo
Day 7 Oslo
Day 8 Trondheim
Day 9 Trondheim/Overnight train
Day 10 Bodø/Lofoten Islands
Day 11 Lofoten Islands
Day 12 Tromsø
Day 13 Tromsø
Day 14 Tromsø

Gothenburg (Landvetter)

Gothenburg, also known as Goteborg, is the largest port in Sweden and its second-largest city. Located on Sweden’s southwest corner, it is known as the home of the Volvo Group, the Gothernburg Film Festival, the Liseberg amusement park, a variety of music festivals, and much more.

Gothenburg is served by Göteborg Landvetter Airport, Sweden’s second-largest airport and the only commercial passenger airport in the city.

05/05/24 - 06/09/24

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06/23/24 - 07/28/24

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08/11/24 - 08/25/24

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