escorted tours to scandinavia, russia & the | .” style=”max-width:430px;float:left;padding:10px 10px 10px 0px;border:0px;”>Explore the world as a traveller, not a tourist, on a trip packed with inclusions. Norway offers wildlife lovers polar bear boat tours through the arctic wilderness of the Svalbard Islands, and reindeer safaris in Eikesdalen to see Europe’s last remaining population of wild reindeer In Finland, travelers can see Santa all year round at the official” Santa Claus Village of Rovaniemi and they can sleep in a glass igloo hotel under the Northern Lights Sweden’s Jukkasjärvi Ice Hotel is also not to be missed, if you aren’t afraid of the cold.
They were very knowledgeable young women who were always on time, spoke beautiful English, and answered all of my questions about history, art, and culture as I enjoyed several of your individual tours: meeting me at the ship for a city tour of St. Petersburg upon arrival to get an overall sense of the city, an extensive tour of the Hermitage, an early opening morning tour of Peterhof (see it before all the tour buses arrive), and a tour of three cathedrals followed by taking me back to the ship for departure.
This is been going on for more than 700 years in Tallinn – after all it was founded as a merchant town as part of the on the Hanseatic League, which was that northern European medieval alliance of German and Scandinavian tours from australia merchant centers training with the rest of Europe, bringing goods north and being the middleman, always taking a cut of the profits – still happening today.
You’ll drive through Sweden’s scenic Värmland, home to 10,000 lakes dotting the forested landscape; cruise on spectacular Sognefjord, Norway’s longest fjord, and Nærøyfjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Siteenjoy a ferry crossing from Denmark to Sweden; a scenic train ride across the wild Hardangervidda mountain plateau from Bergen to Oslo; and much more.
Journey northward today along the Norwegian coast, through photo-worthy landscapes that vary from wide-open fjords to green hills, icy glaciers and massive mountain ranges, as you set out from Bergen, ferry across part of the Songefjord from Oppedal to Lavik, and wind your way through the countryside to Loen, from which you’ll explore Norway’s inspiring fjordlands during a three-night stay at the venerable Hotel Alexandra, operated since 1884 by five generations of the Loen family.
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