Scandinavia and Northern Europe were shaped by the mercantile culture of the Hanseatic League, and graced with astonishing beauty. Highlights Explore Copenhagen's most important landmarks aboard an open air, double-decker bus With a hop-on, hop-off ticket valid for 48 hours, disembark at attractions like Amalienborg, Little Mermaid, Nyhamvn and Strøget Spend as much or as little time as you like at each stop and enjoy a beautiful panoramic views of the city on the way Listen to the audio tour in 8 different languages for engaging commentary on Copenhagen's history and culture.
This tour takes the traveller on a literary adventure, but there will be exciting gastronomic experiences along the way - a replica of the 6-course banquet served to winners of the Nobel Prize for Literature, a sampling session of the famed Nobel ice cream, Hulda's soup from the recipe of Hulda Garborg, pioneer feminist and writer, a ‘scrumdiddlyumptious' afternoon tea in the Roald Dahl Bar, inspired by Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and many other fascinating tasting and dining experiences.
Includes return international flights scandinavian tours from australia (Read A great deal more) any Australian capital city to Copenhagen, an 11-night Baltic and Northern European cruise with all meals and entertainment onboard, a flight from Copenhagen to Reykjavik with Iceland Air and hotel accommodation and select additional meals on land, a two-day tour of Copenhagen and a two-day tour of Iceland.
Imagine traveling back to the 19th century and seeing all of Norway in one small park, with original farm houses, country manors, village centers and local experts dressed in authentic costumes to tell you all about it. That is just what you will find at the amazing Norwegian Folk Museum, one of Europe's largest open air museums, with 150 original buildings moved here from all regions of Norway.
We will follow in the footsteps of Henning Mankell's Inspector Wallander in Ystad, walk around Stockholm on a Girl with the Dragon Tattoo guided tour, see places connected with Jo Nesbø and his characters, and have the privilege of exploring Bergen with award-winning crime novelist Gunnar Staalesen himself as we follow in the footsteps of his character Varg Veum.