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Scandinavian Countries

  • Destination: Denmark, Europe, Germany, Norway, Overseas Tours, Sweden
  • Duration: 29 days

June 04 – July 02, 1019

Two Person / RV $16,700
One Person / RV $9,390
Additional Guest $5,150
RV Upgrade $1,300

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Explore the Scandinavian kingdoms on our exciting RV tour through the land of the midnight sun and legendary Vikings.

Denmark is known for its moated castles and Viking relics, Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’ Castle Kronborg, wonderful Copenhagen with its cobblestone streets, and its tidy villages. In Sweden we travel through dense forests, see glassblowers at work, and tour the amazing capital Stockholm. Then you will experience the fascinating landscapes of Norway with its fjords, mountains and waterfalls. Marvel at the  wooden churches and discover lively cities such as Lillehammer, magnificent Bergen, Oslo and much more.

We are able to shop with the townspeople and meander the cobblestone streets, as well as visit the major attractions you have heard about for years. We experience guided tours in some of the more popular cities, a vacation we are sure you won’t forget.

Note: Airfare is not included. This option allows you more freedom of movement and a chance to use your frequent flyer miles

Itinerary

Day 1
Hamburg, Germany
● Hotel Transfers – Hotel (1-Night)
● German Welcome Dinner & Orientation
Day 2
Schleswig, Germany
● Breakfast
● Pick up Your Fully Equipped Motorhome
● Supermarket Shopping (Stock up on Supplies)
Day 3
Odense, Denmark
● Fairy-tale Island of Funen
● Walking Tour of Old Town Odense
● Hans Christian Andersen’s House
Day 4 - 5
Roskilde, Denmark
● Moated Castle Egeskov Tour
● Vintage Motorcycle and Car Museum
● Cross one of the World’s Largest Suspension Bridge
● Tour of Old Town of Roskilde
● Typical Danish Lunch
● Viking Open Air Ship Museum
● Viking Ship Cruise on the Roskilde Fjord (weather permitting)
Day 6 - 7
Copenhagen, Denmark
● Guided Sightseeing Bus Tour
● Little Mermaid
● Changing of the Guard
● Nyhaven Old Town
● Free Day to Explore More of Copenhagen,
– for Example World Famous Tivoli Gardens
Day 8
Kalmar, Sweden
● Drive Across the 5 mile Oeresund Bridge into Sweden
● Astronomical Clock
Day 9
Vaxjo, Sweden
● Ancient Castle of Kalmar
● Glassworks Demonstration at Kosta Boda
● Swedish Emigrant Institute and Museum
Day 10
Kolmaden, Sweden
● Guided tour of open air museum Gamla Linköping
Day 11 - 12
Stockholm, Sweden
● Guided Stockholm Sightseeing Bus Tour
● Vasa Ship Museum
Day 13
Rattvik, Sweden
● King Gustav Vasa ‘Gripsholm Castle’
● Dalarna to Lake Sijian Scenic Drive
● Dinner at Campground
Day 14
Lillehammer, Norway
● Visit to Wood Workshop in Nusnaes where the
– Famous Dala Horses are Carved
● Scenic Drive into Norway
Day 15
Gol, Norway
● Drive to Viewpoint from Hill of the
– Olympic Ski Jump in Lillehammer
● Visit to Maihaugen Open Air Museum with
– Historic Farm Houses and Workshops
Day 16
Ovre-Eidfjord, Norway
● ‘Fairy-tale Road’
● Voringfossen Waterfall
● Hardangervidda Plateau Nature Reserve
Day 17 - 18
Voss, Norway
● Tour of Amazing Water Power Plant
● Famous all-day ‘Norway in a Nutshell’ Tour with
● with Scenic Bergensbanen & Flam Railway Ride
● Spectacular Waterfalls & Mountain Views
● Lunch during full-day Tour
● Cruise on Naeroyfjord
Day 19 - 20
Bergen, Norway
● Tour Bergen & Bryggen (Ancient Bergen)
● Funicular Up to Mount Flöyen
Day 21
Roldal, Norway
● Travel along the Storfjord
● Latefossen – Double Waterfalls
Day 22 - 23
Oslo, Norway
● Famous Wooden Church of Heddal
● Bus Walking Tour of Oslo
● City Hall
● Frogner Park
● Hosted Lunch
Day 24
Asa, Denmark
● Rock Carvings of Tanum
● Visit Frederikstad – Bastions & Cobbled Places
Day 25
Helsingör, Denmark
● Ferry to Denmark
● ‘Hamlet’ – Castle Kronborg
Day 26
Island of Fehmarn, Germany
● Seeland Island – Ferry to Germany
● Hearty Dinner at Campground on Fehmarn
Day 27
Luebeck, Germany
● Visit Old Town in Luebeck
● Café House of Niederegger
Day 28 - 29
Hamburg, Germany
● Return the Motorhomes
● Harbour Sightseeing Cruise
● Hotel in Hamburg [1-Night]
● Farewell Dinner
● Good-bye Breakfast and Airport Transfers

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Tour Route

Total Miles Traveled – 2900 Miles
Longest Drive Day – 225 Miles

 

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Testimonials

  • “Will recommend this to many of our friends. So well done. The best of the best was seen at all of the stops.”
    Wayne & Wendy Mikkelsen
  • '...knowing that we had a Tailgunner behind us really put us at ease... we never broke down, or even got lost, we knew someone was looking out for us.'
    Bill & Shelly
  • Thank you so much for sending me your 20th anniversary DVD of my Adventure Caravans' New York City 10 Day Rally. I really enjoyed this trip so much and meeting all the people on the trip. I enjoyed watching this video and it brought back so many wonderful memories.  I am really looking forward to taking another trip with Adventure Caravans! Would you please tell your staff what a pleasure it was meeting them and what a wonderful job they did on this trip and hopefully I will get to tour with them again soon. Thanks again for everything. 

    Mike Rimner
  • “We saw and did things we never would have done on our own. Thanks to AVC for the excellent plans and the execution of them by our Wagonmasters.”
    Eddie & Mary Catherine Sligh
  • '...being our first caravan we worried about value... rest assured we're 100% satisfied... this was an investment in US!'
    John & Lizzy
  • “Very nice campgrounds. Our Wagonmasters and Tailgunners made the experience very enjoyable!”
    Ed & Marjorie McMahon

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Scandinavian Countries

  • I must say it was way beyond my wildest dreams and thoughts of South Africa. First of all, I have to say that the people were exceptional. They were beautiful not only in looks, their beauty was in everything they did for us. They were so happy to talk with us and question us about America. They all would love to come over here to visit but said they knew they would never be able to afford the trip. I was overwhelmed with the young children and their attitude toward us. They laughed, smiled and waved to us all along the highways on their way to school. I have to admit, I was so proud of how they were dressed and their pride. Our American children have so much and appreciate it so little.
    Carole & Len Adams
  • “Fantastic experience to travel in RV and have guide and arrangements made. The freedom to deviate from the schedule gave freedom to do what you want. Logistics were excellent. Wagonmasters were very experienced to meet all needs of the caravan. Wonderful team.”
    Doug & Kay Marsh
  • “Bert and Shari truly lead adventurous caravans. We appreciate their flexibility and good humor.” “The new friends who made this entire journey with us and all the people we talked with along the way are treasures.” “We did and saw so much in the time we had and there is so much more that we were made aware of. It was everything I had hoped and more.”
    Ron & Carol Conkey
  • Wonderful Staff (Conrad, Clary and Ron on the Polar Bear tour) - I had car trouble, I had a cabinet fall right out of the wall, and I fussed about my transmission on the RV. I had slide covers full of heavy wet snow --- all these problems solved with cheerful and competent efficiency. A widow on my first alone adventure ---totally looked after. Thanks to these fellows - I am delighted with my experience.
    Linda Ellis – Polar Bear Tour
  • We had the best staff working our tour.  Absolutely loved the Jazz band!   We had such a great time that we booked 3 additional tours!  
    John & Patricia Pellegrino
  • “There wasn’t a thing or subject they [the Wagonmasters] wouldn’t bend over backwards to find out, get, or inform us about, and all with a cheerful and professional manner, no matter how tired.” “The thing we liked best on this tour was the variety and frequency of extra curricular activities, such as cultural tours, eating out, socials, games.” “We were led through and shown some of the most spectacular scenery we have ever seen.”
    Tom & Charlu Choate
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