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Norway and Sweden Tours & Trips 2020/2021

Find the right tour for you through Norway and Sweden. We've got 68 tours going to Norway and Sweden, starting from just 4 days in length, and the longest tour is 28 days. The most popular month to go is July, which has the most number of tour departures.

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Highlights

  • Wonder over the meaning of the bizarre sculptures created by the legendary Gustav Vigeland in the cosmopolitan environs of Oslo.
  • Visit top-notch art galleries, dine in timber framed restaurants and revel in Bergen’s acclaimed cultural atmosphere.
  • Get close to the raw beauty of fjord land as you cruise around Sognefjord, chiselled into existence during the ice ages.
  • Enjoy breathtaking views of pine forests, mountains and waterfalls as they unravel before your eyes during an unforgettable journey on the Flam Railway.
  • Be amazed by the harmonious juxtaposition of medieval baroque and modern sophistication in Stockholm.
  • Relive a seafaring past and discover the secrets of industrial success in the home of Volvo cars, Gothenburg in Sweden.
  • Be swept away by the bewitching allure of the flickering Northern Lights amidst the serenity of Lofoten in Norway.
  • Roll in the snow, go on exciting sledding expeditions with dogs and embrace indigenous Sami culture in the frigid frontier of Kiruna in Sweden.

Tips

  • Keep your wrists on the table, in full view, when eating out in Sweden.
  • It is considered impolite to offer a toast to someone who is older than you in Sweden.
  • If you are visiting northern Sweden, pack snow pants, parkas, ear muffs, hats and gloves to keep you warm.
  • Focus on the outside view and refrain from looking at others when visiting a sauna in Sweden.
  • Stick to the ride hand side while passing people on stairways or pavements in Norway.
  • If you want to try traditional Norwegian food, look for local inns called ‘kro’.
  • Sample the traditional Norwegian sausage snack called ‘polse’.
  • If you feel like relaxing with a drink in Oslo, head to the Aker Brygge waterfront area.