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  • Stockholm
  • Inland Railway across the Arctic Circle
  • Lapland
  • Ofoten Railway journey to Narvik
  • Trondheim
  • Rauma Railway
  • Geiranger and Geirangerfjord cruise
  • Flåm and a journey on the Flåm Railway
  • Boat cruise to Bergen and the Bergen Railway
  • Oslo
  • Days 1-2 - The delights of Stockholm

    Arriving in Stockholm

    We depart from London Heathrow to Stockholm, where we spend two nights at the Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, close to the city centre and the historic Old Town. We enjoy a sightseeing tour of the modern city and the narrow streets of Gamla Stan (the Old Town). Day 2 is free to explore Stockholm, spread across fourteen islands facing the Baltic Sea.

    Day 1 - Dinner
    Day 2 - Breakfast

  • Day 3 - Inland to Östersund


    Departing Stockholm we head inland by InterCity train to Östersund, nestled on the shore of beautiful Lake Storsjön, Sweden's fifth largest lake. Here we stay for one night at the Best Western Gamla Teatern. (B,D)

    Breakfast, dinner

  • Day 4 - The Inlandsbanan, Arctic Circle and Lapland

    The Inlandsbanan

    We leave Östersund and head north, travelling through some of Sweden's most glorious scenery as we head to the untamed wilderness of Lapland, making several stops at beauty spots along the way. Our journey on the Inlandsbanan tourist train takes us through a landscape of crystal clear lakes and towering forests, crossing the Arctic Circle into the 'Land of the Midnight Sun'. We get a real taste of Lapland with a light dinner of local Sami specialities before transferring to the Hotel Jokkmokk.

    Breakfast, dinner

  • Day 5 - The Ofoten Railway to Narvik

    Norway's fjords

    Today we enjoy a journey on one of the most northerly railway lines in the world, the Ofoten Railway. We travel through Sweden's breathtaking mountains into Norway, traversing steep mountainsides, with sheer drops to the fjords below. We arrive in Narvik, where we stay at the Quality Grand Royal Hotel.

    Breakfast, dinner

  • Day 6 - A day at leisure in Narvik


    Your day in Narvik is free to spend as you choose. You may take the opportunity to visit the Ofoten Museum, to discover the cultural history of Narvik, enjoy a cable car ride (seasonal) to experience breathtaking views or visit the Red Cross War Memorial Museum.


  • Day 7 - South to Trondheim


    Today is spent admiring the rugged shores of Norway as we follow the coastline south to Trondheim. The first part of our journey is by coach to Fauske, including a scenic ferry crossing. In Fauske we board the train for a journey that delivers almost continuous panoramic views of beautiful, untouched wilderness, crossing the Arctic Circle along the way. Late this evening we arrive in Trondheim, Norway's religious capital. The centrally located Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel is our home for two nights.

    Breakfast, dinner

  • Day 8 - Trondheim


    Today you are free to explore the atmospheric city of Trondheim, one of the oldest cities in Norway. As well as discovering the city's broad avenues, old warehouses and pretty timber dwellings, you could visit the Ringve Museum which features a collection of musical instruments from all over the world.


  • Day 9 - The Rauma Railway

    Raumabanen Railway

    Today we join the 71 mile long Rauma Railway for a spectacular journey through magnificent, contrasting landscape. We navigate the same course as the emerald waters of the River Rauma for much of the journey, the tracks following the river as it winds around the hillsides below jagged mountain peaks. As we climb over rounded mountain plateaus we are treated to awesome views across the expansive, unspoiled national parks that stretch into the distance. We transfer by coach to Geiranger for a two-night stay at the Union Hotel Geiranger. The hotel stands at the head of the Geirangerfjord, one of Norway's most spectacular sites, more incredible at first hand than you could have imagined from any photograph.

    Breakfast, dinner

  • Day 10 - Geirangerfjord boat cruise


    Today we enjoy the beautiful scenery of the spectacular Geirangerfjord by boat. As we cruise along the serene, deep water, the steep sides of the fjord seem to tower over the boat. In sunshine, this UNESCO World Heritage site is alive with colour and contrasts - the lush greens of the trees clinging to the rock contrasting with the deep blue water; the perfect blue sky contrasting with the brilliant white of the snow-capped peaks in the distance. When it rains, the fjord can defy logic and become even more spectacular; countless waterfalls appear from nowhere, flowing majestically over exposed rocky outcrops and crashing down into the water below.


  • Day 11 - Through the fjords to Flåm


    We leave Geiranger by coach this morning, continuing our scenic voyage through Norway's incredible fjord country. We travel through valleys hemmed in by lofty mountains and along steep-sided fjords, every bend in the road offering a new and interesting perspective, every mountain pass delivering us into a new, beautiful valley. We reach Flåm at the head of the Aurlandsfjord and stay at the Fretheim Hotel

    Breakfast, dinner

  • Day 12 - The Flåm Railway to Bergen

    Flåm Railway

    Today we enjoy a superb excursion on the Flåm Railway. Our rail journey takes us up into the mountains along one of the steepest lines in the world, twisting and turning sharply and regularly as the railway line does its best to accommodate the extreme terrain. We reach the end at Myrdal and return to Flåm, from where we board the express boat for an afternoon journey along Norway's longest and deepest fjord, Sognefjord. Navigating coastal islets and skerries, we end the day in Bergen, where we stay for two nights at the Radisson Blu Hotel Norge, located in the heart of the city.

    Breakfast, dinner

  • Day 13 - At leisure in Bergen


    Today you are free to explore Bergen at leisure. The town is nestled beneath seven strategic hills and surrounded by fjords. Bryggen, the old city, is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and the Fløibanen funicular railway affords great views of the city and its harbours from the top of Mount Fløien. 


  • Day 14 - The Bergen Railway to Oslo

    The Bergen Railway

    We leave Bergen by train for a magnificent journey on Northern Europe's highest railway line, the Bergen Railway. The train climbs high above the tree line across some of the most remote areas of western Norway before descending through pastures to the elegant city of Oslo. We stay at the Thon Hotel Opera. 

    Breakfast, dinner

  • Day 15 - Oslo to London

    Flying home

    The final morning of the holiday is free to spend at leisure in Oslo, taking in the sights and sounds of the city at your own pace. We depart for the airport in the afternoon for our return flight to London Heathrow.

    These meals, where shown, are included in the price of your holiday

  • Please note

    Please note that while every departure of this tour will feature the same excursions, the order may differ from that shown above.

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