12 Days Norway, Sweden & Denmark

Code: EN3-12SQ
2019: 7/8, 4/9
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Copenhagen
Frederiksborg Castle Colorful Canal District
Gefion Fountain Parliament Building
Outside view of the Amalienborg Palace – winter residence of the Royal Family Little Mermaid of Copenhagen
Tivoli Gardens
Odense
Hans Christian Anderson Museum
Aarhus
Den Gamle By the Old Town Museum Denmark’s national open-air museum
Skagen
Denmark’s largest moving sand dune, Råbjerg Mile
Bergen
House of the famous composer Edvard Grieg Outside view of the 800 years old St Mary’s Church
Hanseatic Museum
Stalheim
Open-air museum of Stalheim Explore Traditional Norwegian houses
Flåm valley
Laerdal
Jostedalsbreen National Park Norweigian Glacier Museum
Boyabreen Glacier Supphellebreen Glacier
Ouside visit of the famous Stave Church
Oslo
Vigeland Sculpture Park Outside view of the Royal Palace
Outside view of the Holmenkollen ski jump
Stockholm
City Hall The Parliament House
Outside visit of Royal Palace and also some great churches

 

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Day 1: Singapore – Copenhagen

SIN/CPH                 SQ352                 2350/0625

Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Copenhagen.  Fly on board Singapore Airlines where you will enjoy excellent cuisine, latest movies and not forgetting the well-known in-flight services.

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Day 2: Arrive Copenhagen – North Zealand & Copenhagen City Tour (L)

Upon arrival in Copenhagen, proceed to Elsinore in North Zealand via the beautiful Danish Riviera. Enjoy outside view of Kronborg Castle. Then be impressed by Frederiksborg Castle – it is not only the largest Renaissance Castle in Scandinavia, but it is also picturesquely located on the banks of the castle lake.  Return to Copenhagen & embark on a city tour – amongst the many attractions to visit are the colorful Canal District, followed by the Gefion Fountain and the Parliament Building. Have an outside view of the Amalienborg Palace – winter residence of the Royal Family. Next visit the world-famous Little Mermaid of Copenhagen. She sits on the stone gazing wistfully and waiting for her prince. In the evening, visit the Tivoli Gardens.

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Day 3: Copenhagen – Odense – Aarhus (B/L/D)

In the morning, take a leisurely drive across the second largest suspension bridge in the world to Odense – fairy tale capital of the world and home town of the renowned fairy tale writer, Hans Christian Anderson. Visit the Hans Christian Anderson Museum for a glimpse into his life and work. Driving through the gardens of Denmark, you can see the peaceful and well-tended countryside, quaint villages, beautiful manor houses and castles. Arrive at the second biggest city in Demark – Aarhus via the Little Belt Bridge, connecting the island of Funen and the main peninsula, Jutland. After lunch, visit the famous Den Gamle By the Old Town Museum and Denmark’s national open-air museum. Discover the historical architectural styles and serenity of the town. It consists of over 75 houses, craft shops and other buildings from the 17th and 18th Century that illustrate Danish architecture of the era.

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Day 4: Aarhus – Skagen – Hirtshals – Overnight Cruise (B/D)

After breakfast, continue to the northernmost tip in Denmark – Skagen. Upon arrival, start with an orientation drive to experience the magnificent countryside with large white sandy beaches and Denmark’s largest moving sand dune, Råbjerg Mile. You can also see the church buried in sand, where only the steeple remains visible. After an early dinner, transfer to the pier in Hirtshals to board an overnight cruise ship for Bergen.

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Day 5: Arrive Bergen – Stalheim (B/L/D)

This cruise is a feast for the eyes and the soul – enjoy the beautiful scenery in broad daylight. Sail by towering, majestic mountains, deep fjords and a beautiful coastline. Upon arrival in Bergen, proceed for lunch before embarking on a city tour. Bergen is a city that is forever perched on the edge of adventure. It sits between the mountain and the sea – a fascinating mixture of the old and new – a city that has a heart of its own. The city tour will cover the Hanseatic Museum, the house of the famous composer Edvard Grieg and an outside view of the 800 years old St Mary’s Church. Continue to Stalheim via the famous Stalheim mountain road, surrounded by natural beauty. Stalheim sits with the gorgeous view across the Naeroy valley; it is a magnificent natural experience that cannot be missed!

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Day 6: Stalheim – Scenic Train Ride – Fjord Cruise – Laerdal (B/L/D)

After breakfast, visit the open-air museum of Stalheim. Here, explore the traditional Norwegian houses in the setting of an 18th century farm. Then depart for Flam by train via Myrdal. The journey goes through the steep and narrow Flåm valley, with views of mighty waterfalls and mountain peaks. The train travels slowly and stops at the most scenic spots.  Upon arrival in Flam, continue to Gudvangen.  After lunch, transfer to pier in to embark on a cruise on one of the world‘s longest fjords –described by many as “King of Fjords” and is said to be one of the most beautiful travel destinations in the world. Continue to Laerdal via the longest tunnel in the world.

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Day 7: Laerdal – Boyabreen Glacier – Gol (B/L/D)

In the morning, transfer to Jostedalsbreen National Park in Fjaerland via ferry crossing Fodnes to Mannheller. Almost half of the Jostedalsbreen National Park is covered by Jostedalsbreen Glacier, which is the largest glacier in mainland Europe. The colossal ice covers an area of 487 sq km and is up to 500m think in some places. The National Park is famous for its variety of natural enviroments all within a short distance ranging from valley with lush vegetation to bare mountain and glacier landscape. Next, visit the Norweigian Glacier Museum where you can enjoy a 200 degree panoramic movie of the Jostedal Glacier. After lunch, there will be photo stops at Boyabreen Glacier &Supphellebreen Glacier. Afterward, ferry back to Fodnes from Mannheller. Halfway through, enjoy an ouside visit of the famous Stave Church in Borgund. A stave church is a medieval wooden church with a post and beam construction related to timber framing.

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Day 8: Gol – Oslo (B/D)

After breakfast, a scenic drive along the Norwegian countryside will take you from Gol to Oslo, the capital city of Norway. On arrival in Oslo, a city tour visiting Vigeland Sculpture Park which holds one of the world’s largest collections of sculptures created by a single artist, Gustav Vigeland. Also, have an outside view of the Royal Palace. Next, have an outside view of the Holmenkollen ski jump, which at 203 feet above ground level is one of the world’s highest.

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Day 9: Oslo – Stockholm (B/L/D)

After breakfast, depart by coach for Stockholm via Karlstad, better known as the City of Sunshine. After lunch, a brief orientation drive through Karlstad to explore this city that is built on the islands and islets which make up the river delta on the northern shore of the largest lake in Sweden, Vänern. Continue to Stockholm, capital city of Sweden.

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Day 10: Stockholm (B/L)

In the morning, a city tour of Stockholm, visiting the City Hall where the annual Nobel Prize presentation is held; the Parliament House; outside visit of Royal Palace and also some great churches. In the afternoon, free for leisure.

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Day 11: Stockholm – Singapore (B)

ARN/SIN               SQ361                1025/0620+1
After breakfast, transfer to the airport for your return flight to Singapore.

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Day 12: Arrive in Singapore

Arrive in Singapore in the early morning, bringing back with you fond memories of a wonderful tour to Scandinavia!

Tours Info

Airline Singapore Airlines (SQ)
Flying hours (Approx)
Singapore – Copenhagen – 12 hours 35 minutes
Stockholm – Singapore – 12 hours 20 minutes (Stopover Moscow)
Time Difference Denmark, Norway & Sweden are 6 hours behind Singapore time.
Passport Travellers must hold an international passport with a minimum validity of six months from the date of departure from each country is required.
VISAS For Singapore & Malaysia passport holders, entry visa is not required for Scandinavian Countries. For other nationalities, please check with our office or the embassies directly.
Travel Insurance Travel insurance is highly recommended by us. It covers unforeseen circumstances such as delays, baggage loss, personal accidents, injuries or illnesses. Please approach our staff for your complete insurance needs.
Itinerary subject to changes Itinerary & order of sightseeing tours may be reshuffled due to unforeseen circumstances

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