Mega Scandinavian Travel Adventure

23-27 Days
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Start your adventure in Trelleborg and end in Aalborg!

Whether you looking to experience the dazzling cities of Scandinavia, see the famous Drottningholm Castle, view lush landscapes, enjoy the burst of colors in the evening skies, or just participate in our treasure hunt games; this mega 23-day Scandinavian travel adventure is the perfect fit for your fantasy.

Start your travel adventure in Trelleborg and go through 20 other impressive European cities with the final checkpoint in Aalborg. Our treasure hunt challenges will have you chasing down clues, answering funny questions, and following forbidden paths till you complete the final puzzle. But, that’s not all! You also stand a chance to get 100%, 50%, or a 25% refund of your participatory fee when you become our first-place, second-place, or third-place winner!

One big adventure awaits you on this travel package!

Day by day

Individual arrival to Travemünde for embarkation on a ferry of the TT-Line. Overnight on board.

Arrival in Trelleborg, Sweden and disembarkation. The journey takes via Malmö and Helsingborg to Jönköping on Lake Vättern. Overnight stay in Jönköping or surroundings.

Drive via Linköping and Norrköping to Stockholm, considered by many as the most beautiful of the skans-

Dinavian capitals. On the way, it is possible to make a detour to

Mariefred, which is appealing to the Mälaren. Mariefred is well known by Kurt

Tucholsky, who is also buried here, and Gripsholm Castle. Overnight in the Stockholm area.

The day is free to use in Stockholm. Attractions include Gamla Stan, Stockholm's oldest district on a small island with narrow streets, the Royal Castle, Drottningholm Castle and Vasa Museum. Boat trips from Stockholm to the archipelago or on the Mälaren are available. In the evening embarking on the ferry to Finland. Overnight on board.

Arrival in the morning in Turku/Åbo, the oldest city in Finland. Drive to Helsinki. The Finnish capital boasts European/Scandinavian and Karelian/Russian elements: a city with a Nordic way of life and a touch of Eastern mysticism. Sights include Senate Square with the cathedral, Uspensky Cathedral, the Rock Church, Sibelius Park, Finlandia Hall and the harbour with the market hall. Overnight in Helsinki or surroundings.

Drive through the Finnish Lake District via Lahti and Mikkeli to Kuopio, which is beautifully situated by Lake Kallavesi. Overnight stay in Kuopio or surroundings.

On the way to Lapland, you will drive through the vast forests of central Finland via Kajaani to Kuusamo. Along the way, you will cross the Arctic Circle and enter the kingdom of the midnight sun. Overnight in Kuusamo or surroundings.

Through pine forests and birch tundra it goes north. Saariselkä is located in the Urho Kekkonen National Park, a large protected area in the far north-east of Lapland. Mount Kaunispää offers wide views, which is especially popular during midnight suns. Overnight stay in Saariselkä or surroundings.

Continue along the lake of Inari and further across the Sinni-Norwegian border to Karasjok,

the cultural and administrative centre of the Sami people of Scandinavia. The Etnische Erlebniszentrum Sapmi is very worth visiting. Via the Finnmarksvidda you reach Lakselv and along the Porsangerfjord you go to the North Cape Island of Magerøya. In the evening, take a walk to the North Cape Chambers, where you can enjoy fantastic views over the Arctic Sea with the midnight sun in fine weather. Overnight stay in Honningsvåg or surroundings.

The morning is free to use on Magerøya. Afterwards drive back to the

Mainland and via Russians and Skaidi to Alta. It is possible to take a trip to Hammerfest. In Alta, it is worth visiting the Alta Museum, which is up to 6,000 years old, which are on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Overnight stay in Alta or surroundings.

Continue along the Altafjord and over Kvænangsfjell and along the Lyngenfjord to Olderdalen. Ferry crossing to Lyngseidet and short crossing of Lyngen Peninsula to Svensby. Renewed ferry crossing to Breivikeidet before reaching Tromsø. Overnight in Tromsø or surroundings.

The morning is free to you in the northernmost university city in the world, also known as the “Paris in the North”. Worth seeing are the Arctic Cathedral and the Polaria adventure centre. Afternoon drive via Bardufoss and Bjerkvik to Harstad. Overnight in Harstad or surroundings.

You will pass through the island kingdom of Vesterålen and take the ferry from Melbu to Fiskebøl to Lofoten. The steep Lofotwand is located from afar. Overnight stay in Svolvær or Leknes.

Discover the charming fishing villages of Kabelvåg, Henningsvær, Nusfjord, Reine and Å. Guests can visit various galleries, Lofoten Aquarium and Viking Museum in Borg. Experience the smell and sounds of the sea: spray and tang, dull screams, plus the special light of the north in a unique landscape of rugged rocks, secluded coves, white sandy beaches and blue sea. Overnight stay as the day before.

Drive on the new Lofoten road to Lødingen for the ferry crossing to Bognes and continue via Innhavet and Fauske to Rognan. Overnight in Rognan or surroundings.

On the Saltfjell you cross the Arctic Circle again, this time in a southerly direction and probably with a dose of melancholy, leaving northern Norway and the kingdom of the midnight sun. Via Mo i Rana and Mosjøen you can reach Verdal. Overnight in Verdal or surroundings.

Continue south along the E6 along the Trondheim Fjord to Trondheim, the former Nidaros and old royal city of the Empire. Today the university city and the third largest city in Norway. Attractions include the famous Nidaros Cathedral, the Ringve Museum, the monastic island of Munkholmen and the Sverresborg Open Air Museum. In the afternoon, continue to Oppdal. Overnight in Oppdal or surroundings.

You drive across the Dovrefjell to Dombås. Through the impressive Romsdal, your journey continues to Åndalsnes, where you turn to the famous Trollstigen, a serpentine that winds its way up the steep rock face to the fell in 11 hairpin bends. Ferry crossing from Linge to Eidsdal. A little later you will reach Geiranger by the fjord of the same name via the Eagle Road. Overnight in Geiranger or surroundings.

Today you can start a 1-hour ferry crossing on the famous Geirangerfjord to Hellesylt. Continue via Stryn and Loen to Olden, where you can make a detour to the Briksdal Glacier. Skei can be reached via Byrkjelo. Overnight in Skei or surroundings.

Drive along picturesque Jølstra Lake to Førde. Continue to Lavik for a short ferry crossing on the majestic Sognefjord to Oppedal. You can reach Bergen, old Hanseatic city and charming port city. The city's distinctive atmosphere is best explored at the fish market

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the. It is also recommended to take the floien funicular to Fløyen. Overnight in Bergen or surroundings.

Ferry crossing from Haljem to Sandvikvåg and continue on the island of Stord to Arsvågen. On the way, it is possible to make a detour to Haugesund. Ferry crossing to Mortavika and a short drive to Stavanger. Sights in Stavanger include the Norwegian Oil Museum, the cathedral and the old town with its whitewashed wooden architecture. Overnight in Stavanger or surroundings.

Drive via Egersund and Flekkefjord to Kristiansand and ferry crossing to Hirtshals.

Short drive to Aalborg. Overnight stay in Aalborg or surroundings.

How to return home to Germany.

What's included

  • 20 nights in a double room incl. breakfast, room with shower/WC
  • breakfast
  • detailed route description and map materialFerry crossing Travemünde/Rostock-Trelleborg, overnight stay in double cabin, shower/WC

    ferry crossing Stockholm-Turku, overnight stay in double cabin SHOWER/WC incl. breakfast

    ferry crossing Kristiansand - Hirtshals

Not included

  • Flights before and after the tour are not included in the tour price.
  • Travel insurance is not covered in the tour price.
  • Travel by private car or option to book a rental car (on request)