Nordic Roundtrip

Nordic Roundtrip

Jan M Lilleb-Bergen touristboard

Jan M Lilleb-Bergen touristboard

Denmark - Norway Roundtrip

Get into the soul of Nordic qualities, spirit and discover unique attractions.

Duration: 10 days     
Transportation: Flight, bus     
Travel style: Partly guided     
Season: Apr-Sept
Day 1 - Wonderful Copenhagen

Arrival in Copenhagen according to an itinerary-transfer from the airport to accommodation in Copenhagen

After check-in at the hotel, you will start by taking a 3 hour long Copenhagen Sightseeing Tour that covers the most significant places in the capital. This audio bus and boat tour takes you to sights such as the Gefion Fountain, Tivoli, Christiansborg Palace, the Opera, Our Saviour's Church, Amalienborg Castle and much more. The highlight of the tour is, of course, the visit to the Little Mermaid statue. After the introduction, you will have the rest of the day free to explore the city with its plethora of museums, shopping, restaurants and nightclubs.

Highlights in Copenhagen

Day 2 - Visit the Royal North Zealand and the 'Hamlet' castle

After breakfast and check out, a guided coach starts your tour by driving north along the beautiful coastline named, the Danish Riviera.

You enter the North Zealand region covered by woodlands, open landscapes and varied coastlines. Here we will visit the impressive castles and manors like Kronborg 'Hamlet' Castle and Frederiksborg Palace, which include The National Museum of History.

Highlights in North Zealand

Day 3 - In the footsteps of the Vikings

After breakfast, we start the day in the footsteps of the famous Danish Viking warriors by visiting the most famous Danish Viking Museum in Roskilde. The museum presents themed activities for children and adults. In summer it is possible to sail on a replica ship on the Roskilde fjord. Nearby you find one of the attractions on the UNESCO Heritage List, the Roskilde Cathedral.

Highlights in Roskilde

After lunchtime, you are driving to Funen bypassing the impressive Great Belt bridge. Funen, which by the way is the third-largest of Denmark's islands, is located in the middle of the country.

The island is also known as the garden of Denmark for its fields of fruit trees and vegetables. Denmark´s most famous writer Hans Christian Andersen was born here and got inspired by the countryside. On your way to your final destination Odense, Andersen`s childhood town, you make a stop at Egeskov Castle. The castle and grounds are filled with wonders, including three mazes, a motorcycle- and a classic car exhibition, a tree-top walk, a unique collection of dresses and an old smithy.

Highlights in Odense

Day 4 - Kids friendly H.C. Andersen experiences

Start your day by walking to the nearby H.C. Andersen Museum. The Tinderbox is a part of the museum, invites kids to perform and wear the costumes from Andersen`s fairy tales, and the museum arranges fairy tale plays for the kids.

After lunch, in one of Odense`s many cosy cafes or restaurants, you can download the developed H.C. Andersen app on your mobile, and go in the footsteps of Andersen`s Odense.

You're ending the day by driving to Vejle in Southern Jutland, one of Denmark`s most beautifully located cities, and spices with great architecture experiences.

H.C. Andersen highlights in Odense

Day 5 - Unique Wellness Experience & Europe’s finest Viking Age monuments on the Unesco Heritage list.

We are staying at one of Denmark`s best wellness hotels, and start the day with a magnificent wellness experience and beautiful nature experience by the fjord.

After lunch, our guide and bus take us to an exciting exhibition at nearby Jelling Monuments. It is a fascinating and dramatic tour back in the danish history, about kings, war and the Viking warriors.

The day ends by driven to our hotel in Billund - The town where the whole LEGO adventure began and the original Legoland

Highlights in Vejle

Day 6 - The complete LEGO Day

Enjoy your last day in Denmark by visiting the Legohouse and Legoland. Start the day by visiting the Legohouse, which is the result of an idea and dreams the LEGO family thought out years ago. With this 'House', LEGO® celebrate creativity and the strength of learning through play. When children play, they learn the basic skills that they need, such as creativity, collaboration and problem-solving abilities - all this you can get by playing with the small bricks., get insights about how it all began, you get to play with Lego blocks in endless ways. Visit the whole city created from Lego blocks and try all the other attractions for the entire family.

The afternoon we suggest you spend in The original Legoland, which first opened in 1968. In Legoland, it is possible to see world-known buildings, which are built of thousands of Lego® bricks. You can see countries built on small scale, also entirely built of Lego bricks.

Or you can explore the fascinating Miniland and discover an incredible world, where everything is built by millions of LEGO® bricks.

Lego Highlights Legoland & LegoHouse

Day 7 - Departure from Billund - Stavanger

Departure from Billund Airport to Stavanger by Norwegian Fjords. Arrival at the hotel with lunch included. An Afternoon on your own to explore Stavanger and the fascinating old part of the city, with well-preserved early 18th-century whitewashed wooden houses.

Day 8: The Pulpit Rock Hike

You will be picked up at the hotel for an exceptional one-day hiking experience to the Pulpit Rock, which is the most recognized natural attraction in Norway.

Pulpit Rock highlights

Day 9: Unique Coastline Tour from Stavanger to Bergen

Breakfast at the hotel. Morning departure by bus along the beautiful western coastline, arriving Bergen around 2 pm. After hotel check-in the rest of the day on your own to explore Bergen.

Day 10: Bergen Rail to Oslo or Flåm/Oslo

Day 10-11: Departure from Oslo

 


Best season to visit
The most recommended season for family holidays in Denmark is between April and October where the temperature is higher than in the winter months.

 

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North Zealand

North Zealand

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Odense

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Visit the hometown of the famous writer H.C. Andersen

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Vejle

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Legoland®

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LEGO® House

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Stavanger

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The Pulpit Rock

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Nordic Vikings

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What to Pack - Norway

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