Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Norway & Sweden
PORTS: Copenhagen, Faroe Islands, HelsingorWith so much to offer in this country the tour will be completely tailor-made to your interests and preferences at each of the ports. With stretches of farmland, beautiful thatched-roofed houses and panoramic points in Helsingor, choose to drive through the countryside and stop to visit the many castles and museums, including the fairy-tale castle of Frederiksborg, visit the birthplace of Karen Blixen (author of 'Out of Africa') or personalise your tour to artistic taste. If you are stopping along the Faroe Islands your personalised tour will again take you to your choice of small but unique towns including Torsharn, the smallest capital in the world.
PORTS: TallinnMeet your private guide and luxury transport at the cruise harbour to begin your tour. Your tour will include a walk through the old town and visit the Dome church before stopping for lunch in a pretty and secluded restaurant. Visit the open air museum, Rocca, located slightly outside the city centre. Tallinn offers a very picturesque forest area, through which you will be taken to 'perfect camera moment' points along the coast. This area will give you the rare opportunity to view 18th century architecture such as farmhouses, country pubs, windmills and chapels. At the end of the tour you will be driven back to the harbour in the comfort of your vehicle.
PORTS: HelsinkiHelsinki is one of Europe's most modern and culturally progressive cities, yet still remains in touch with an intriguing history stretching back over 450 years. The tour is a perfect opportunity to pick up some souvenirs and presents for family and friends back home as the city is booming with masses of colourful market squares. Combining the tour with free time to browse and shop your guide will escort you through the historical Senate Square, home to the stunning Lutheran Cathedral and National Museum, before visiting the unique 'Church in the Rock'.
PORTS: Akureyri, Isafjordur, ReykjavikVisiting Iceland does not mean polar bears and Eskimos – it means stretches of breathtaking scenery. Reykjavik is a colourful and busy city with all its main attractions conveniently centralised, similar to Isafjordur. Akureyri is perhaps the port offering the most history, including an old church and acres of Botanical gardens. Although Akureyri is only a mere 100km away from the Arctic circle, it surprisingly offers some of the best weather but if you do feel the occasional chill, warm yourself around one of the steaming mud pools.
PORTS: Bergen, Flam, Geirganger, Hellesylt, Honningsvag, Oslo, Stavanger, Tromso, Trondheim, VikMeet your local guide for the start of your private tailor-made tour at any of the many Norwegian ports. Each of the ports offers something completely different, from the historical and cultural centre of Bergen where you will see many wooden houses and medieval buildings, whose past inhabitants included the famous play writer Henrik Ibsen, to the Norwegian capital Oslo and the pilgrimage site of Trondheim where the Nidelva River winds through the centre of the town adding to the sense of tranquillity. Whatever your interests may be, Norway is a place that can definitely satisfy them all.
PORTS: Helsingborg, StockholmYour deluxe and private tour will be completely accustomed to your tastes, but if you are an admirer of natural beauty, Sweden is a definite must for you. The country is made up of majestic mountains, wide-open countryside and spruce forests, broken only by small idyllic villages and the capital city of Stockholm. The country is full with history and culture and your tour will encompass every aspect you choose.
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Photographs: Main Image Rosenborg Castle © Copenhagen Media Centre/Wonderful Copengahgen; Denmark Canal © Copenhagen Media Centre/Cees Van Roeden; Helsinki Cathedral © Visit Finland