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- 2014-01-01 - 2014-12-31
Tour Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Germany
Discover the many charms of Europe on this enriching adventure. Tour from Oslo to Berlin, visiting Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Germany. Travel through some of Europe's most stylish capitals and be wowed by some of the world's biggest fjords. Along the way, uncover a Viking past, learn of a maritime heritage and be immersed in vibrant art and classic architecture. Whether it's walking along charming streets in Bergen, sailing through vast fjords or indulging in the delights of modern cities, you'll undoubtedly be left with a multitude of picturesque memories from this once-in-a-lifetime European adventure packed with cultural gems, historic sights and outdoor pursuits.
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Oslo, Norway's bustling capital, has much to offer - fascinating museums, outdoor activities, an eclectic array of buildings, a quirky nightlife and all easily explored by foot.
This beautiful city is surrounded by water on three sides and flanked by hills on the fourth. Bergen is Norway's 'gateway to the fjords' and full of cultural and scenic gems.
The fjords of Norway are long watery inlets filled with glaciers, mountains, sheer cliffs, valleys, waterfalls and scenery out of a dream.
Famous for hosting the 1994 Winter Olympics, Lillehammer is an ideal spot for outdoor activities and has a fascinating outdoor museum and charming town centre.
Head to the lakeside village Mora, a laidback town that encapsulates the most Swedish of Swedish landscapes. Be charmed by tiny countryside villages with red log cottages, pine forests and rolling meadows, and admire the work of a meteorite that crashed into the Earth millions of years ago, forming what is today Lake Siljin. Mora is also the home of artist Anders Zorn and the world’s biggest cross-country ski race, the Vasaloppet. Perhaps take a leisurely boat trip across the lakes, sink a line to partake in a little fishing, or hike around the gentle rolling surrounds.
Stockholm, Sweden's capital, is sometimes referred to as 'the Venice of the north' and has a great deal to offer with its architecture, parks and clear waters.
An archipelago in the Baltic Sea, the Aland Islands consist of 6,500 skerries and islands, has a very flat terrain and is part of Finland but speaks Swedish.
A city with a strong sea-faring history and its heart located at its harbour, Helsinki is dynamic, fascinating and full of interesting architecture and cool places to visit.
With its steep red roofs, cobblestone streets, pastel-coloured buildings, mix of medieval and modern, and new restaurants and bars, Estonia's enthralling capital is a place of wonder.
Riga rests on the Daugava River and the city's charm, eclectic architecture, historic Old Town and fabulous food and nightlife has an almost hypnotic effect on visitors.
The Curonian Spit is an impressive 98 km long, thin stretch of land just south of Lithuania's Klaipeda and is filled with sand dunes, animals, wetlands, forests and meadows.
With Europe's largest Baroque town, a quirky cultural side and intriguing discoveries around every corner, Vilnius stands out as one of Europe's more alluring destinations.
With 126 lakes, 116 villages, a host of animals and dense with verdant forests, Aukstaitija is Lithuania's oldest national park and perfect for canoeing and hiking.
Rebuilt and restored after its extensive destruction during WWII, Warsaw's cityscape is a mixture of modern and old, and contains a thriving nightlife and extensive cultural calendar.
Berlin is a vivacious, fast-paced city with an art scene the envy of Europe and a chequered history both turbulent and grand.
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