Day 1
Copenhagen, Denmark
SP 34 Hotel None

Arrival in Copenhagen

The city centre of Copenhagen is one of the most beautiful quarters of Copenhagen with its impressive palaces, churches, castles, narrow streets and exquisite small townhouses. Not to mention Strøget - the longest shopping street for pedestrians in Northern Europe.

The area of Vesterbro is another exciting quarter and has been promoted the most trendy and creative area in Copenhagen. Here cafés and fashion shops literally have set up all over the place creating one of the happiest places in the city – not just to live in, but to shop, eat, drink and have a great night out.

Surely you have heard about Nyhavn - the oldest part of the Copenhagen Harbor. It is a popular meeting place, and perfect for enjoying a drink in one of the many open air cafes, restaurants and bars. As soon as the sun is out in early spring, the Danes move the chairs and tables outside and from the first summer day the quay is crowded with people who can enjoy the view of the moored wooden sailing boats.

The water is present everywhere in Copenhagen, and another great place to enjoy the beautiful canals and charming ambient is the quaint quarter of Christianshavn, where you will also find Christiania – the free town built on the dreams of a life of freedom and the notion of a town run by the residents themselves. With ICS´s assistance, you will be sure not to miss the many exciting and varied possibilities: Activities, restaurants & cafés, venues and shops on offer here!

Upon arrival transfer to hotel by private car with driver (Mercedes Viano)

Hotel SP34 is a new 4+ boutique hotel situated in Copenhagen’s old Latin Quarter. The hotel is positioned 100 meters from the Town Hall Square and the pedestrian street Strøget but nevertheless it is placed in its own natural environs with a great neighborhood; a bohemian area with high ceilings, cool restaurants, vintage shops, churches, bars and a university milieu.

 Urbane SP34 is one of Copenhagen's newest boutique options.

 Tans and subtle pastels underline the communal areas, among them a plush, light-drenched lounge, Modernist-inspired reading room, and svelte lobby bar. The 118 rooms keep things smart and simple, with slate-coloured walls, muted accents and REN bathroom amenities. Nibble on organic produce at breakfast, and sip complimentary vino between 5pm and 6pm. All furniture’s are Scandinavian design and overall the interior reflects SP34’s concept of relaxed luxury and contains a range of carefully chosen products and furniture for the quality conscious.

Day 2
Copenhagen, Denmark
SP 34 Hotel Breakfast, Lunch

Breakfast at hotel

Meet and greet your private English speaking guide for an 4 hrs bicycle tour of Copenhagen.

The guide will have special interest in architecture and design and take you through the city and educate you on old history and modern trends.

We will bike to Vesterbro

The infamous red light district and former working-class area of Copenhagen is actually one of the hippest areas in the Danish capital. As early as back in 2001, Wallpaper magazine proclaimed Vesterbro Copenhagen's hippest quarter, and in 2014 it made no. 4 on Thrillist's top 10 most hipster neighbourhoods on Earth. The turnaround really began with the transformation of the old cattle market Øksnehallen into a light and stylish exhibition hall. The district is situated within walking distance of Copenhagen city centre, right behind the Central Station. It is one of the most fashionable places in Copenhagen - not just to live - but to shop, eat, drink and have a great night out.

Along Vesterbrogade and Istedgade, where you will find the original red light district on the first stretch from Copenhagen Central Station and up, you will find plenty of bars, restaurants, and designer stores. Are you looking for a fancy dinner or a fun night out go to the Meatpacking District where new restaurants and cool bars crowd the area. The quarter even boasts its own food street, frenchy Værnedamsvej – a gourmet’s paradise with specialist cheese, wine, fish and chocolate shops, as well as cafes and grocers - on the border between Frederiksberg and Vesterbro. Vesterbro is also known as Copenhagen V.

Tour will end at hotel

Light lunch – restaurant TBA

In the afternoon you will meet up with your guide again and a car with driverand you will discover Copehagens architectutral gems (4 hrs car with driver and English speaking guide)

Copenhagen is a growing city and the Urban Redevelopment of Ørestad is helping to create attractive accommodations and sustainable living environments for the 1,000 new citizens that move to Copenhagen every month.

The many green areas are in constant use, as are the cafés and small shops that have emerged. The large and popular activity centre Plug N Play is situated in Ørestad Syd – here it is possible to try a number of sports which lack space in other parts of Copenhagen, e.g. beach volley, parcour, speed skating and street basket. Indeed urban life in Ørestad has developed greatly since the area was once merely a bare field, but there is still a long way to go before urban life here is fully developed.


Cities take time. In time the space between the buildings will fill and as more layers are gradually added to the district, its variety grows. It will always be influenced by the people working and living here. It makes no sense to judge Ørestad as a finished suburb at the present time, but it is well on its way.

 The undisputed star of Ørestaden is Bjarke Ingels’ multi award-winning 8 House.

“8 House is our second realized example of architectural alchemy – the idea that by mixing traditional ingredients, retail, row- houses and apartments in untraditional ways – you create added value if not gold. The mix allows the individual activities to find their way to the most ideal location within the common framework – the retail facing street, the offices towards northern light and the residences with sun and views to the open spaces. 8 House is a perimeter block that morphs into a knot, twisting and turning to maximize the life quality of its many inhabitants,” Bjarke Ingels, Founding Partner, BIG

In 2011 the world´s best residential house was awarded to Copenhagen. For the second time in three years, Danish architect Bjarke Ingels won the World Architecture Festival´s Housing Award for ‘8 House’ in the Copenhagen district of Ørestad.

The jury said: 'The 8 House is an exemplar project. It combines retail, commercial row houses and apartments in untraditional ways while its elevated street provides a new level of social engagement.'

We will also take you to Christianshavn

Narrow cobbled streets, Michelin-starred restaurants and cosy cafes along the canal. Just across the bridge Knippels Bro is Christianshavn, officially part of Copenhagen city centre. Christianshavn is a much-desired area for Copenhageners to live. And it is easy to see why. It is central, full of bars and restaurants and has a unique maritime atmosphere. Enjoy a cold beer by the canal, dine at Rene Redzepi's world-famous restaurant noma, or get an extraordinaire experience at The Royal Danish Opera. And do not forget to visit freetown Christiania, also situated in Christianshavn.

We will end the tour in Vestserbro

Day 3
Oslo, Norway
Copenhagen, Denmark
Continental Hotel Breakfast, Lunch

Breakfast in hotel

Meet and greet your private car with driver and English speaking guide for a 7 hrs tour

Visit the House of Danish furniture designer Finn Juhl at Ordrupgaard, passing Danish architectural landmarks getting there: The newly developed Tuborg Nord Estate and Arne Jacobsen’s Bella Vista housing and the Bellevue Theatre built in architectural functionalism style in the mid- 1930’s.

Visit the showroom of Rud Rasmussen at Nørrebrogade featuring works of iconic Danish designers like Kaare Klint, H.J. Wegner and the finest craftsmanship available. The Tour will then take you to the Royal Hotel, designed by Arne Jacobsen, where refreshments will be available.

Then we continue to visit the Design Museum

The Design museum Danmark (earlier named The Danish Museum of Art & Design) It is Denmarks largest museum for Danish and international design and a central

exhibition forum for industrial design and applied arts in Scandinavia. The museum’s collections, library and archives constitute a central resource centre for the study of design and its history in Denmark. The museum brings together and documents the contemporary developments within industrial design, decorative and applied arts. We must add to this the collection of exemplary works from older “areas” and periods, which are closely related to contemporary oeuvres.

During the tour we will also visit the museum of the “Royal Copenhagen Collection" which takes you through the remarkable journey of the production of porcelain in Denmark from 1775 to the present day. The history of the craftsmen, the artists and the royalty that created Royal Copenhagen unfolds your eyes on the second floor of the Royal Copenhagen Flagship Store on the pedestrian street of Strøget in Denmark. We visit to the showroom of Messrs. Hay Østergade 61, Mads Nørgaard Boutique at Amagertorv, Day Birger et Mikkelsen Pilestræde 16, and Henrik Vibskov Krystalgade.

There will be time for lunch during the tour: restaurant suggestion TBA

Tour end in airport

Flight to Oslo – on your own


This beautiful capital is located at the head of the 100-kilometre Oslofjord. The fjord’s 40 islands are great for recreation, and many of them can be reached by ferry.

Over half of the municipality of Oslo is covered by forests and parks, making Oslo a truly green city, where opportunities for outdoor recreation are always nearby.

The Oslofjord is perfect for boat sightseeing, swimming, boating and island hopping, whilst the city’s forests offer great opportunities for biking, hiking and cross-country skiing.Stay in Oslo during the winter months and combine the buzz of a capital city with skiing, fresh air and tranquil forests.

In Oslo there is a variety of theatres, operas, folk dances, concerts and festivals throughout the year. The Norwegian Wood Music Festival, the Øya Festival, the Inferno Festival, Oslo Jazz Festival and Oslo Chamber Music Festival all attract world-class musicians and thousands of fans to Oslo.

The fantastic new Opera House is the place to see world-class opera and ballet, and the Oslo Concert Hall is the home of the famous Oslo Philharmonic. Oslo offers many attractions. Most of them are located within walking distance of each other in Oslo’s compact city centre, while the famous museums on the Bygdøy peninsula area easy to reach by public transportation.

Upon arrival in Oslo transfer to hotel

Overnight at Continental hotel in 2 De luxe dbl. rooms

Hotel Continental is a hotel in Oslo, Norway, that opened in 1900.

The background story of the Continental is like an old fairytale, about a young couple, who through their hard work and entrepreneurship created a monument that will live for many years. It all started in Sweden in 1860, with the birth of Caroline Boman. Her family was poor, and instead of emigrating to America, something that was customary at the time, she crossed the border from Sweden to Christiania, now Oslo Norway in 1887, where she got a job as a cook. Four years later, she married Christian Hansen, who was from Oslo and worked as a waiter.

Hotel Continental and Theatercaféen opened in 1900, right after the opening of the National Theatre. The business was originally owned by Foss Brewery, but was run by different tenants who all had to give up. Caroline and Christian Boman Hansen took over the lease in 1909, and within only three years they were able to purchase the establishment.

In 1932 and 1961 respectively the hotel and restaurant was expanded, and now occupies a whole block centrally located in the center of Oslo. Through four generations the same family has built and developed the hotel and the restaurants into what the establishment is today. Elisabeth C. Brochmann is the current and fourth generation owner. In 1985 she took over the daily operations from her mother Ellen Brochmann.

The Hotel Continental offers 155 individually furnished rooms, many of which are newly renovated. The hotel is a 5 star property of high international standard, and is the only Norwegian member of The Leading Hotels of the World.

The renowned restaurant Theatercaféen is part of the establishment. This newly renovated wiener-café is listed on the New York Times list of the world’s most famous Vienna-styled cafes. Eik Annen Etage is the hotel’s gourmet restaurant. Hotel Continental has an extensive art collection, and in the lobby bar “Dagligstuen” there is a large collection of prints by Edvard Munch. In addition, the hotel has conference and banqueting facilities with the capacity of up to 300 guests.

Day 4
Oslo, Norway
Continental Hotel Breakfast, Lunch

Breakfast at hotel

Meet and greet your private car with driver and English speaking guide for a 7 hrs tour

We call Vulkan "the little town in town". Our dream has always been to build bridges, not literally as in the old days, but by building bridges between the past and our future, between different cultures and age groups, between culture and commerce, and especially between East and West, and in this way, once again, help to make our city a little "less".

The area is a fusion of culture and creative industry with schools, hotels, food hall, restaurants and exciting tenants. It is the diversity and composition of the players that make Vulkan exciting.

Interaction between stakeholders will happen frequently and we hope to find some exciting and innovative future solutions here. Students,

environmentalists, cultural workers and food lovers will all help to make their mark on the area and we hope that you will join us!


Vulkan area has a long history as one of the most important industrial areas in Oslo. Before Vulkan was built, there was a bathing institution towards Akerselva - presumably a welcome break for those who worked in soot filled and dirty factories. In the area was both a steel and chemical plant. Thankfully, the regeneration has now created Oslo’s first Food Hall - Mathallen.

Mathallen Oslo is inspired by the great European food courts. Here you’ll find specialty shops, cafés and great places to eat. The food court will also put on a number of food-related activities like conferences, courses, fairs and competitions. Mathallen Oslo is the place to go for everyone who appreciates high quality food and drink and something unique. The hall offers fish, meat, vegetables, baked goods, coffee – everything brought to us by the best suppliers and distributors in Norway, as well as some imported products. The atmosphere of the food court and our products reflects our passion for good food and beverages.

The food court is a place for both the everyday consumers and professional chefs to buy foods from Norwegian small-scale producers and importers. Everyone is welcomed here to taste, shop and drink; to share knowledge and experiences and to find inspiration. Throughout the year, the food court will also be a venue for different festivals and events celebrating food, drink and good experiences.

We continue to Grünerløkke

Through Oslo, from north to south, runs the river Akerselva. Along the river there are parklands and walking trails, but also remains of Oslo’s industrial history.

On the east side of the river, behind the old industrial buildings, lies Grünerløkka. Here you will discover numerous little cafés, restaurants and bars. Grünerløkka is also a popular shopping district, with original design shops and many vintage and second-hand stores.

There will be time for light lunch at Mathallen during the tour.

We will end the tour with an outside visit to the Opera House. Officially opened in April 2008, the Oslo Opera House was designed by the acclaimed Norwegian architectural firm Snøhetta. The opera, which took five years to complete, sits on the bank of the Bjørvika district, near the stock exchange and the central station. It

is the largest cultural building to be built in Norway since the construction of the Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim at the start of the 14th century.

From classics to world premieres of renowned and new Norwegian works, as well as a number of big concerts and one-off performances, the Oslo Opera House aims to bring culture to a wider audience.

Day 5
Bergen, Norway
Oslo, Norway
Continental Hotel Breakfast

Breakfast at hotel

Meet and greet your private coach with driver and English speaking guide for a 7 hrs tour

First we visit Telthusbakken and Damstredet.

The two small roads Damstredet and Telthusbakken are found just below the medieval church Gamle Aker kirke. This is a charming and pictoresque part of town with well-preserved and inhabited wooden houses from the late 18th and early 19th century.

The allotment gardens on the south side of Telthusbakken give the area a countryside atmosphere.

As a contrast we continue to the new vibrant area “Tjuvholmen

Tjuvholmen serves as a window to European contemporary architecture. This new neighbourhood is characterized by an intriguing architectural diversity and exceptional outdoor areas, all brought together by the master plan of one of Norway's most acclaimed architects, Niels Torp. Among Norwegian architects who have contributed to the project are Kristin Jarmund, MAD, Kari Nissen Brodtkorb, Jensen & Skodvin og Lund Hagem. International contributors include Danish Schmidt Hammer Lassen, Finnish Gullichsen Vormala, and Italian superstar Renzo Piano, who is behind the new Astrup Fearnley museum.

Then we continue to Astrup Fearnley Museum

The Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art moved into a brand new building at Tjuvholmen on 29 September 2012.

The new museum building is designed by renowned Italian architect Renzo Piano. It consists of two buildings: one for the museum's own collection and one for rotating exhibitions.

As the new space allows Astrup Fearnley to present works from its collection on a permanent basis, artists such as Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons, Charles Ray, Richard Prince, Matthew Barney, Bruce Nauman, Robert Gober and Cindy Sherman will be on permanent display right in the centre of Oslo.

The new museum is beautifully situated at the tip of Tjuvholmen, with the Oslo Fjord and Tjuvholmen Sculpture Park as its closest neighbours.

Then we continue to the Eastern part of Oslo

The difference between Oslo’s east side and west side is not as obvious as before, but the east side is still usually cheaper when it comes to eating and drinking.

A stone’s throw east of the central station you find Grønland with both old traditional pubs and modern bars, many cheap restaurants with food from all over the world, cheap fruit and vegetable markets and textile stores. From Grønland you can walk up to Tøyen with the Munch Museum and Kampen with its charming wooden houses.

Gamlebyen and Ekeberg are important historical areas. Archeological findings at Ekeberg indicate that people have lived here for ten thousand years, and in Gamlebyen you can see ruins of medieval Oslo. At Ekeberg you can visit the place where Edvard Munch painted The Scream, and enjoy the wonderful view of the city.  

Then we visit design shops House of Oslo, Fuglen (Vintage Design) and Eske interior.

Entrance to Much Museum and Astrup Fearnly Museum (Please note guide is not allowed to guide there) is included

There will be time for light lunch during the tour

During tour guide will assist picking up tickets for Norway in a nutshell the following day.

Day 6
Bergen, Norway
Clarion Havnekontoret Breakfast

Breakfast at hotel

Luggage will be transferred from Oslo to Bergen by currier. Please have luggage ready for pick up in reception at 06:00 (1 large piece per pax). Luggage will be waiting in reception at Bergen hotel.

Transfer to train station

08:05 train from Oslo to Myrdal

12:44 Arrival Myrdal

13:27 Train Myrdal to Flåm

The Flaam Railway is one of Norway's major and most spectacular tourist attractions. The train journey provides some of Norway's wildest and most magnificent scenery. On the 20 km-long train ride, you can see rivers that cut through deep ravines, waterfalls cascading down the side of steep, snow-capped mountains and mountain farms clinging dizzily to sheer slopes. The Flaam Railway makes a photo stop at the beautiful Kjosfossen waterfall

14:25 Arrival Flåm

15:10 Boat Flåm – Gudvangen

Fjord cruise to Flåm (part of Bergen in a nutshell)

The boat tour between Flåm and Gudvangen takes offers you beautiful views of precipitous mountains, mighty waterfalls and small homesteads that cling to the mountain sides. Along the way you can see Aurland, the centre of the municipality with the stone church from the 1200's. You pass by the village of Undredal, which hosts one of the world's smallest churches. Way up on the mountain side lies the Stigen homestead, whose name comes from the fact that people had to use ladders (Nor. stige) to get there. Soon you will also reach the Nærøyfjord, a minor fjord branching off from the Sognefjord, which is the world's narrowest fjord at only 250 meters at its narrowest point. The Nærøyfjord was also added to UNESCO's World Heritage List in 2005. From here you can view the majestic Sognefjord, the longest and deepest fjord in the world. The fjord is framed by mountaintops of up to 1800 metres. In the early summer the waterfalls roar over the mountain sides and breaks in a white foam when the water hits the fjord.

17:30 Arrival Gudvangen

Coach to Voss

Train to Bergen

Upon arrival transfer to hotel by private car with driver

Overnight at Clarion Havnekontoret in 2 superior dbl. rooms

Day 7
Stockholm, Sweden
Bergen, Norway
Nobis Breakfast

Breakfast at hotel

Meet and greet your private car with driver and English speaking guide for a 4 hrs tour

Bryggen, the ancient Hanseatic Wharf, which is one of the best known European dwelling places from the Middle ages, comprising a maze of characteristic wooden buildings with pointed gables facing onto the harbour. Bryggen is a unique architectural experience, listed by UNESCO as one of the world's most significant examples of the history and culture of a medieval settlement. Today Bryggen is a fascinating honeycomb of e.g. active painters' and craftsmens' workshops.

Bergen Fish Market is situated at the end of Bryggen. The well known and picturesque market also sells fruit, vegetables, flowers, handicrafts and souvenirs.  

It is also the starting point for the famous Funicular well worth the ride.

Return ticket to Fløibanen included

Guide and car end in airport

Flight to Stockholm (on your own)


Sweden's capital is one of the most beautiful major cities in the world, a mirage of saffron- and terracotta-colored buildings shimmering between blue water and blue skies all summer, or covered with snow and dotted with lights in winter.

It's also a vibrant, modern city, famous for producing sleek designs, edgy fashion and world-class nightclubs.

Sweden’s capital city spreads out over 14 islands in Lake Mälaren and looks out proudly to the Baltic Sea to the east. Her grand public buildings, palaces, rich cultural history and museums tell her 700 year-old history beautifully.

Nowhere is this better illustrated than in the Old Town (Gamla Stan); expect and get cobblestone streets, crooked but beautifully preserved buildings, the Royal Palace, gothic churches and excellent cafés, bars, restaurants and Swedish design-ware shops. Take our advice and get a hit of caffeine at one of Stockholm’s many fine cafés before trawling the boutiques, shops and stores of upscale Swedish and international design boutiques of Östermalm, and independent Swedish labels, vintage and retro shops and boutiques of Södermalm. If you’re a fan of Stieg Larsson’s Millennium Trilogy books and movies Södermalm is the place to be because this is the setting for the Millennium Tour.

Upon arrival transfer to hotel by private car with driver

Overnight at Nobis Hotel in 2 superion dbl. rooms

Hotel Nobis

Stockholm’s new Contemporary luxury hotel

With a location in two historic late 19th-century buildings on Norrmalmstorg square in the city centre of Stockholm, Nobis Hotel is a 201 room hotel offering every convenience and service any business and/or pleasure traveler could ever call for, in an environment of casual elegance. Nobis Hotel has been designed for optimal function, beauty, comfort and atmosphere by world renowned Swedish star architect Claesson Koivisto Rune, in a style of contemporary and beautiful yet timeless and classic, durable elegance, mainly in natural materials of superior quality, subtly influenced by the colors, moods and features of the Swedish Royal Capital.

More than 800 square meters of public spaces, Caina, an Italian restaurant, Bistro, serves Italian dishes, The Gold Bar & Lounge - “Stockholm’s new living room”, Fitness centre & Sauna. Included in all rooms: Free access to Fitness centre & sauna, Free high-speed wireless internet in the entire hotel, 24-hour concierge and room service, minibar & in-room safe (sized for laptops) with electrical socket, Hairdryer, bathrobe and slippers, Climate control/AC.

At Nobis Hotel, you are at the heart of Stockholm, with the best restaurants, shops, museums, sights, attractions and nightclubs within easy reach.

Day 8
Stockholm, Sweden
Nobis Breakfast

Breakfast at hotel

Meet and greet your private car with driver and English speaking guide for a 7 hrs tour

This northern city is one of the most stunning capitals in the world. It is situated on 4 islands and is surrounded by water so clean that you can swim and fish right in the heart of the city.  This makes it a real Beauty on Water.

Stockholm is also the gateway to the archipelago, a world of 24.000 islands, rocks and skerries, and Lake Mälaren with its castles, picturesque small towns and beautiful countryside. A sightseeing tour of Stockholm will include city districts such as Södermalm, Kungsholmen, Djurgården and famous sights as the Royal Palace, the Parliament Buildings, the Cathedral etc.

You will also visit the enchanting Gamla Stan (Old Town) with its narrow cobbled streets and numerous antique shops.  The highlight of the tour is a visit to the City Hall, built in 1923, with its famous Blue and Golden Halls where the Nobel Prize Banquet is held each year.  

After the more tradiotional sights, we continue with design and fashion shopping

Swedish fashion has met with great success internationally in recent years. Many labels have their own stores in Stockholm, so take the opportunity to discover Swedish fashion in its native environment.

We will visit following shops: Acne, Carin Wester, Rodebjer, Whyred, Cos, Lisa Larsson and Fillippa K.

Then we continue to the high end shopping area

Stockholm's most affluent shopping district is found in the pedestrianized downtown district named Bibliotekstan. In the blocks surrounding Biblioteksgatan, between the squares Stureplan and Norrmalmstorg, you will find the best of Swedish and international fashion and design.

Entrance to City hall included

Day 9
Stockholm, Sweden
Nobis Breakfast

Breakfast at hotel

Meet and greet your private car with driver and English speaking guide for a 7 hrs tour

We start by visiting Fotografiska Museum

This is one of the world’s largest meeting places for contemporary photography. Fotografiska presents four unique large exhibitions and about 20 smaller exhibitions annually. Book and souvenir shop, restaurant and a photo gallery. In the top floor café you will find one of Stockholm’s very best view points.

The new restaurant of Fotografiska recently won the prestigious Gold Dragon Award and is run by the well-known chef Paul Svensson. The concept focuses on green seasonal dishes.

Then we continue to Millesgården

Welcome to Millesgården - an oasis just 15 minutes from downtown Stockholm. Millesgården is a museum with an artist home, antique collection, sculpture garden, art gallery and restaurant.

The newly married artist couple Carl and Olga Milles acquired a property 1906 on the cliff of Herserud high above lake Värtan on the island of Lidingö. Their intention was to build a home incorporating space for their art studios.

The house was designed by architect Carl M. Bengtsson and was built 1908. During the following half-century Millesgården was expanded and developed in collaboration with Carl's half-brother, architect Evert Milles. Between 1911-13 the first addition was built, an open-air studio in the form of a loggia wing, intended to improve Carl's work environment. The sculptor had contracted a serious case of silicosis from inhalation of the dust from his stone carving.

In garden design Carl Milles was a daring improviser, being able to freely integrate such diverse architectural fragments as columns from Gustav Ill's opera house, a marble arch entrance from Stockholm's demolished Hotel Rydberg with a steep stone cliff site transformed by monumental stairways and juniper planted terraces.

One highly personalised garden room is Millesgarden's Little Austria (1924) con¬ceived as a surprise for Olga Milles to cele¬brate her 50th birthday. Being all too aware of his wife's permanent homesickness for her alpine homeland, Carl chose a steep, stony hollow and with plantings of alpine flora, and a scenography of two wayside pieta chapels, a large wooden replica of a medieval Christ on the crucifix and a lime¬stone baptismal fount created a fantasy evocation of Olga's beloved Austria.

Personally Milles loved and wished to evoke at Millesgarden the gardens of Italy's Mediterranean coast. In the newly-built loggia, the Little Studio designed by Evert Milles, Carl commissioned a fresco painting of the bay of Naples with acan¬thus and cactus in the foreground and olive and wheat being farmed in the distance.

To further underline the Mediterranean char¬acter of the building and landscape fresco painting, straight black and white marble paths, crowned by columns lead to the log¬gia. Between the paths pines are planted together with birches for a touch of Nordic spice.

This playful Nordic/south European hybrid, heightened by the bubbling Triton fountain and colourful plantings never fails to charm visitors from the south.

Then we continue to Södemalm

The vibe in the streets of Södermalm is relaxed, creative and trendy, especially in the Sofo area. This neighborhood offers a myriad of vintage stores, eclectic shops, Swedish fashion, galleries and design stores, mixed with an abundance of places to eat and drink.

Two of the best viewpoints in the city are located on Södermalm: Fjällgatan and Monteliusvägen. Art galleries are nestled shoulder to shoulder on Hornsgatspuckeln.

The Hornstull area has undergone a renaissance and is now a trendy meeting place for Stockholm hipsters.

Day 10
Stockholm, Sweden
None Breakfast

Breakfast at hotel

Transfer to airport by private car with driver

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An amazing introduction to Scandinavia. Experience the vibrant trendy and full of warm and welcoming atmosphere in cosmopolitan Copenhagen. Visit one of the most beautiful major cities in the world - Stockholm. Be an explorer and enjoy the modern art and architecture of Oslo and the charming old historic city Bergen.

This tour has it all - from historically cultural cosmopolitans to wild and breathtaking scenarios.

About Us

We provide access to all of Scandinavia's attractions; rich royal history, centuries of cultural evolution, cutting-edge design, architecture, fashion & culinary innovation. In operation for more than 25 years we provide exclusive, tailored programs to fit the needs of your most high-end clients. We guarantee the highest quality service & travel experience, from pre- & post-cruise itineraries, to fairytale castle stays & full Scandinavian & Baltic itineraries. Let us help you create magical experiences; a journey to the Midnight Sun, a visit to the original LEGOland, Norwegian coastal cruises, exclusive city breaks or romantic castle stays.

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A tailormade experience with focus on exactly your interest, if it's historical sightseeing, outdoor activities like hiking, design, architecture, culture and contemporary art, gastronomy etc.

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ayment can be made by a Wire transfer.

Account for DKK, SEK and NOK: DABADKKK account IBAN: DK0230000011891667

Account for EUR: DABADKKK account IBAN: DK2230003409586937

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Delta of Scandinavia A/S

Borupvang 2 B, st.

DK-2750 Ballerup – Copenhagen D E N M A R K

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Northern Europe Tour

By: Stacy

Reviewed on: 16 Jul 2017

Delta of Scandinavia - Sweden put together a wonderful tour in each of five locations we visited. The drivers they hired were safe, punctual and friendly. The guides they hired (with one exception) were knowledgeable, efficient with our time, and pleasant people with whom to spend the day.
Travel Advisor:  Andrew Butler

Denmark Norway

By: John

Reviewed on: 18 Jul 2017

Delta planned the trip to perfection. It was complicated with activities and different modes of transportation on a daily basis. Each guide showed up right on time and all were excellent. The activities were well chosen and thoughtful. We enjoyed each and every hotel. In once instance, it became apparent that one of the sedan services pickups was unnecessary. Delta contacted me to let us know and issued a refund. Much appreciated. Given the numerous moving parts on our itinerary I was a bit concerned the something might go wrong. Those fears were unfounded. Everything was perfect. Thanks. John
Travel Advisor:  Denise Sullivan


By: rspatter

Reviewed on: 15 Sep 2017

outstanding excursion. nice guides.
Travel Advisor:  Vickie Greenlee



Reviewed on: 09 Sep 2017

Travel Advisor:  Theresa Quintarelli


By: Margot

Reviewed on: 06 Oct 2017

We did not work one on one with the operators, we had a liaison who worked with them. Based on the tour that was put together for us, this group is very knowledgeable and chose wonderful locations for us to visit. We had a lot of moving parts on this trip, planes, trains, boats, bikes, etc. so having someone help organize it was crucial. I cannot imagine organizing a trip this big without the help of our Memphis liaison and the Scandinavian operators.
Travel Advisor:  Laurie Brooksbank