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Reykjavik/Paris (Le Havre)
18-night Nordic & Baltic Quest Voyage
August 9, 2022
Oceania Cruises: Insignia
Reykjavik/Paris (Le Havre)
Vacation Offer ID 1401953
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Cruise Inclusions

  • Every suite and stateroom features the Prestige Tranquility Bed, an Oceania Cruises exclusive
  • FREE dining at all specialty restaurants
  • FREE and unlimited soft drinks, bottled water, cappuccino, espresso, teas and juices
    • FREE and unlimited soft drinks and bottled water replenished daily in your refrigerated mini-bar
  • 24-hour Butler service in all suites
  • FREE Internet
  • Bulgari amenities
  • FREE room service menu 24 hours a day
  • Signature Belgian chocolates with nightly turndown service
  • Free shuttle service from ship to city center in many ports of call - a daily value of up to $50 per guest
  • Free and unlimited access to Canyon Ranch SpaClub® private Spa Terrace for Concierge Level Staterooms and Suites
  • Free concierge service
  • Free gourmet canapés served daily in suites, bars and lounges
  • Free cocktail parties hosted by the captain and senior officer

Available Add-Ons

Optional shore excursions.
Optional roundtrip airfare.
Pre or post cruise hotel stay.

18-night Nordic & Baltic Quest Voyage
  • Destination Guide
  • Suggested Shore Excursions
Destination Arrival Departure
Reykjavik

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Reykjavik - The Golden Circle - FD Tour

Capture the ‘The Big Three’ on this classic excursion to Gullfoss Waterfall, Geysir Strokkur and Thingvellir National Park.

From Reykjavík you will drive over the Mosfellsheidi heath to beautiful Thingvellir National Park, a place of tremendous interest as a primary site of both Iceland’s geological and historical heritage. In 2004 the site of Thingvellir was inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. On this tour you get the opportunity to walk through the geological fault known as Almannagja - the place where Europe’s oldest national legislative assembly, the Icelandic Althing, was established in the year 930AD, and where it convened in grandiose surroundings every summer for nearly eight centuries. After your walk in Thingvellir, the tour continues over the Lyngdalsheidi heath into the fertile farmlands of the south, to visit the most beautiful waterfall of the country, Gullfoss. Nearby, you’ll also stop at the Geysir geothermal area with its multitude of hot springs, where the most active one, Strokkur, spouts every few minutes. Return to Reykjavik through the Grimsnes region.
Tour Duration: 7-8 hours
Tour can operate: Morning
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes - however some rough grounds
Physical Activity Level: Moderate
Included: Private car with driver-guide Pick up/drop off at the port. 
Not Included: Meals
 
Reykjavik - Bathing in the Blue Lagoon - HD Tour

Here guests can enjoy a relaxing bathe in the surreal milky waters of Iceland’s most famous of geothermal Spas – The Blue Lagoon. So what exactly IS the Blue Lagoon? Well, it is Iceland's most unique and popular attraction. Guests will enjoy bathing and relaxing in Blue Lagoon geothermal seawater, known for its positive effects on the skin. A visit to the spa promotes harmony between body, mind and spirit, and enables one to soak away the stresses of modern life. The spa's guests rekindle their relationship with nature, soak up the scenic beauty and enjoy breathing the clean, fresh air. In addition to bathing in the lagoon guests have access to a sauna with a view of the lagoon, a sauna with white walls that resemble silica mud and a cozy steam bath carved into a lava cave. Of course, guests bathing in the milky waters of the lagoon have easy access to the famous white silica mud, an essential part of this ultimate in spa experiences.

Tour Duration: 3-4 hours

Tour can operate: Morning or Afternoon

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Physical Activy Level: Easy

Included: Private car with driver-guide,  Blue Lagoon Comfort Experience (entrance fee, towel rental, Silica Mud Mask, choice of one drink at the Lagoon.) Pick up/drop off at the port. 

Not Included: Meals

Reykjavik - Langjökull Glacier & the Ice Tunnel. Optional Snowmobiles - FD Tour
Experience Iceland's stunning natural topography in an exhilarating new way during this full-day, off-road adventure on the Langjökull Glacier with optional snowmobile experience.
Start out early morning on a four-wheel-drive tour into Reykjavík’s hinterland. We drive through the tunnel of Hvalfjordur to the Borgarfjordur area. Watch for the historical home of the famed Icelandic historian and law speaker Snorri Sturluson, author of Snorra Edda. Along the way you will see the lava waterfalls of Hraunfossar and Barnafoss. Turning off the paved road you will travel into the gravel desert of Kaldidalur, from the edge of the Langjökull Glacier, you can either choose to board a snowmobile for an hour of fun and excitement on the ice, or opt to stay aboard the 4X4 and allow your driver to expertly take you on a drive out onto the icecap (weather and conditions permitting). All the basic equipment needed for the snowmobile tour will be provided, winter overalls and safety helmets, along with over boots and gloves. Our return journey takes us through the Kaldidalur or “Cold Valley” which offers spectacular views of the surrounding glaciers and their imposing landscapes. On clear days 3 glaciers can be seen from this point including Ók, thought in ancient times to be the home of giants! Our last stop will be at Thingvellir, the most significant historical and geological site in Iceland where in 930 AD the Vikings formed Althingi - the oldest still-existing parliament in the world. In 2004 the site of Thingvellir was inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. We then drive directly from Thingvellir to Reykjavik.
Please note: Due to the remote destination of this tour, there will be a box lunch along the way. Guests are asked to wear good footwear for this tour.
Tour Duration: 11-12 hours
Tour can operate: Mornings
Wheelchair Accessible: No
Physical Activity Level: Moderate / Strenuous
Included: Transportation by private 4x4 super jeep with driver-guide. Pick up/drop off at the port. 
Not Included: Meals
Snowmobile tour is at additional cost
Reykjavik Highlights - HD Tour
Reykjavík is the world's most northerly capital, with more than one third of Iceland’s population.  Today Reykjavík is a modern city with a variety of restaurants, museums, galleries and theatres.  Visit the most important sights of the city, including the  Old Town, the city cathedral, Hallgrimskirkja church and the “Pearl” (no entrance fees included in this tour).

Add ons:
  • A visit to the open-air museum of Arbaer Travel back to Reykjavik’s past with a visit to a fascinating collection of town and farm buildings from the last few centuries.   
  • A visit to the Pearl vantage point. The new Perlan is an exciting interactive exhibition about Iceland’s nature and geology.  Entrance includes the “Wonders of  Iceland Exhibit  (including Glaciers and Ice Cave) and the 360° Observation Deck.
  • Hallgrimskirkja Church Climb the tower of this iconic church for a beautiful view over the city and sea.   (Tower access closed during church services and some events)
  • A visit to the National museum The National Museum of Iceland’s permanent exhibition, Making of a Nation - Heritage and History in Iceland, provides insight into the history of the Icelandic nation from the Norse Settlement to the present day. The exhibition includes about 2.000 objects.
Tour Duration: 3-4 hours
Tour can operate: Morning or Afternoon
Wheelchair Accessible: No - Arbaer museum is not accessible
Physical Activity Level: Easy
Included: Private car with driver-guide,  Pick up/drop off at the port. 
Not Included: Meals and entrance fees (optional)
Adrenaline buggy ride & Thingvellir National park
Highlights:
  • Adrenaline buggy safari – through rough terrain and beautiful landscapes in the countryside
  • Visit Thingvellir National Park – main historical site in Iceland
  • See famous valley where the American and Eurasian tectonic plates drift apart
  • Optional visit to geothermal pool at Laugarvatn with natural steam sauna

Tour Duration: 6 h

Tour can operate: Any time

Wheelchair Accessible: No

Physical Activity Level:Moderate

Inclusions: 
  • Private buggy ride (single or dbl drive)
  • Private luxury vehicle with private English speaking driver-guide
Not Included:
  • Lunch (payable locally)
  • Admission fee to Fontana SPA in Laugarvatn (optional visit)
  • Tips and Gratuities
Super-jeep safari to the glacier cave and snowmobiling
Highlights:
  • Super-jeep safari through remote highland valley Kaldidalur (cold valley)
  • Snowmobiling on the second biggest ice cap in Europe – Langjokull glacier
  • Unique experience – visit to man-made ice cave (tunnel in the ice) and see the glacier from inside

Tour Duration: 8 h
Tour can operate: Morning
Wheelchair Accessible: No
Physical Activity Level: Moderate

Inclusions:
  • Snowmobile safari on the glacier (single or dbl ride)
  • Entrance to the ice tunnel
  • Private vehicle with private English speaking guide

Not Included:
  • Lunch (payable locally)
  • Optional visit to geothermal baths (Krauma)
  • Tips and gratuities
Blue Lagoon experience with transfers – 4 Hours
In the southwest corner of Iceland is the Reykjanes peninsula, less than 1-hour drive from the capital or 20-minute drive from Keflavik International Airport.
There the Mid-Atlantic Ridge comes ashore. The nature is magnificent. Various volcanic formations are found on Reykjanes Peninsula, such as mountains and hills chiefly made of volcanic tuff, large and small lava flows plus different types of volcanoes and volcanic edifices. The Reykjanes peninsula volcanic zone is a direct continuance of the North Atlantic Ridge that surfaces from the ocean at Reykjanes, and it is home to many important geological formations, some of which are utterly unique, including numerous types of volcanoes, naturally carved pools, craters, and geothermal pools.
Few things are cozier than relaxing in a hot pool in the middle of nature. Iceland has an abundance of easily accessible natural pools, but it is perhaps the Blue Lagoon the most spectacular of them all.
The Blue Lagoon was founded in 1992. Its specialty is the geothermal sea, which is two thirds of salt water and one third of fresh water. It is found at a depth of up to 2000 meters and is led by a pipe from the source to the lagoon where guests can enjoy it and relax. It is rich in minerals, silica, and algae, which is the basis of all skin products in the Blue Lagoon.
National Geographic has chosen the Blue Lagoon as one of the 25 wonders of the world. The Blue Lagoon has developed into an experience company based on spas, research and development, skin care, hotels, and restaurants
Treat yourself and experience it during your stay in Reykjavik. Alternatively, this is the ultimate way to unwind and chill after or prior a long-haul flight when you arrive of depart to / from Iceland.
What to expect: Landmarks of natural wonders of the country, insight into geology, relaxation.  
Basis: Private tour.
 
Start / End:   City center Hotel or address or Keflavik International Airport.
Duration:      4 hours.
Vehicle:        01st Class.
Guide: English-speaking driver guide. Other languages on request.     
Entrances:     Comfort entrance to Blue Lagoon with use of the towel, mud mask and first drink at your choice.
Meals: None.
Physical activity level:      Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Wheelchair accessible: NO
Tour operates: morning, afternoon.
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.
Blue Lagoon & Reykjanes Peninsula – 8 Hours
In the southwest corner of Iceland is the Reykjanes peninsula, less than 1-hour drive from the capital or 20-minute drive from Keflavik International Airport.
Explore the Reykjanes peninsula and visit the Blue Lagoon. This geothermal area includes solfataras, fumaroles, mud pots and hot springs and sulphur was mined there early in the 18th century and then again in the 19th century. Gunnuhver is the largest mud geyser in Iceland, about 20 metres wide. Grindavik, the small fishing village with about 3000 inhabitants, has a long history, including when pirates from Morocco and Algeria arrived in the 17th century and took fifteen residents to sell as slaves. Additionally, we will take in the magnificent coastline and dramatic breaking waves by the Reykjanes lighthouse and “The Bridge Between the Continents” which connects the American and Eurasian tectonic plates.
Few things are cozier than relaxing in a hot pool in the middle of nature. Iceland has an abundance of easily accessible natural pools, but it is perhaps the Blue Lagoon the most spectacular of them all.
Treat yourself and experience it during your stay in Reykjavik. Alternatively, this is the ultimate way to unwind and chill after or prior a long-haul flight when you arrive of depart to / from Iceland.
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What to expect: Landmarks of natural wonders of the country, insight into local history and geology, relaxation. Coastal villages.
 
Basis: Private tour.
Start / End:   City center Hotel or address or Keflavik International Airport.
Duration:      8 hours.
Vehicle:        01st Class.
Guide: English-speaking driver guide. Other languages on request.     
Entrances:     Comfort entrance to Blue Lagoon with use of the towel, mud mask and first drink at your choice.
Meals: None.
Physical activity level:      Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Wheelchair accessible: NO
Tour operates: morning, afternoon.
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.
Golden Circle Classic – 8 Hours
Iceland’s main attraction is the Golden Circle, it combines most of what Iceland has to offer, beautiful landscape, powerful geysers and the most magnificent waterfall. The highlights of the tour are Thingvellir National Park, the Geysir area and the Gullfoss waterfall.
This tour is designed to let you explore the highlights of Golden Circle route. We will show you sights that are not marked on a map, and only the locals know about. We will start the tour by heading to Þingvellir, a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Thingvellir, 50 km (31 miles) to the east of Reykjavík, is the national shrine of Iceland and its most historic site, and one of its most beautiful places. The oldest existing parliament in the world first met here in AD930. It has always been the focal point for the country, and whenever a major event is to be celebrated, thousands of people come here.
We continue the Golden Circle by heading to the famous Geysir geothermal area which is home to The Great Geysir and its active sidekick Strokkur! Although the original Geysir is not predictably active, its neighbour, Strokkur, will erupt every 5-7 minutes - so have your camera ready.
We then drive a few minutes down the road to the most famous part of the Golden Circle: Gullfoss, or “Golden Falls “. To stand at Gullfoss and bask in the beauty and the wonder of nature is an uplifting experience. One certainly feels energized after this tour and contact with stunning nature.
During the tour, a delicious lunch will be offered at the local geothermal tomato farm, a unique venue for a special lunch.
,What to expect: Stunning scenery, landmarks of the natural wonders of the country, insight into local history.
Basis: Private tour.
Start / End:   City center Hotel or address.
Duration:      8 hours.
Vehicle:        01st Class.
Guide: English-speaking driver guide. Other languages on request.     
Entrances:     Greenhouse visit.
Meals: 3 courses lunch at Geothermal farm.
Physical activity level:      Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Wheelchair accessible: no
Tour can operate: morning and afternoon.
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.
 
Golden Circle Classic and Aurora Chase – 10 Hours
This tour is designed to let you explore the highlights of Golden Circle route ending with a hunt of the Northern Lights. We will show you sights that are not marked on a map, and only the locals know about. We will start the tour by heading to Þingvellir, a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Thingvellir, 50 km (31 miles) to the east of Reykjavík, is the national shrine of Iceland and its most historic site, and one of its most beautiful places. The oldest existing parliament in the world first met here in AD930. It has always been the focal point for the country, and whenever a major event is to be celebrated, thousands of people come here.
We continue the Golden Circle by heading to the famous Geysir geothermal area which is home to The Great Geysir and its active sidekick Strokkur! Although the original Geysir is not predictably active, its neighbor, Strokkur, will erupt every 5-7 minutes - so have your camera ready.
We then drive a few minutes down the road to the most famous part of the Golden Circle: Gullfoss, or “Golden Falls “. To stand at Gullfoss and bask in the beauty and the wonder of nature is an uplifting experience. One certainly feels energized after this tour and contact with stunning nature.
Before chasing the lights, it will be possible to have a light dinner in a local restaurant.
The Northern Lights usually start showing up in the North. Although as the intensity increases, they can be seen further south. That is why the best places to see the Northern Lights in Iceland are those beaches, waterfalls or locations facing North. Many of them are a short drive from Reykjavik. You just need a clear sky, a place away from the light pollution. Our driver guide is an expert to find those best locations according to the forecast and chase the best sightings of the Green Lady.
,What to expect: Stunning scenery, landmarks of the natural wonders of the country, insight into local history. Auroras might be visible in the right weather conditions from late August to early April.
Basis: Private tour.
Start / End:   City center Hotel or address.
Duration:      10  hours.
Vehicle:        01st Class.
Guide: English-speaking driver guide. Other languages on request.     
Entrances:     None.
Meals: Icelandic Soup.
Difficulty:      Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Notes: Tour only available from late August until early April.
South Shore Adventure – 10 Hours
We take you along the south coast of Iceland, one of the country’s most scenic regions, as far as Vík, a charming village surrounded by high beautiful bird cliffs.
Among the stops on this tour are at the gorgeous Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss waterfalls, the Reynisfjara black sand beach, Dyrhólaey and Vik..
Driving through Vatnajökull National Park, established in 2008 covers 14,1% of Iceland and ranks as Europe's second largest. The unique qualities of Vatnajökull National Park are primarily its great variety of landscape features, created by the combined forces of rivers, glacial ice, and volcanic and geothermal activity. Vatnajökull is Europe's largest glacier.
The south side of Vatnajökull is characterized by many high, majestic mountain ridges, with outlet glaciers descending between them onto the lowlands. Sheltered by the high ice, the vegetated oasis of Skaftafell overlooks the black sands deposited to its west by the river Skeiðará.
Dyrhólaey is a 120-metre high promontory, not far from Vík. The place got its name from the massive arch that the sea has eroded from the headland. (The name literally means "door-hole"). There are also amazing rock formations all along the Birdlife here is abundant, with puffins and eider ducks being the most common species in the area. The lighthouse on the top of the cliff stands impressive and stoic in this often very windy area.
What to expect: Stunning scenery, landmarks of the natural wonders of the country, insight into local history and geology. Coastal villages.
Basis: Private tour.
Start / End:   City center Hotel or address.
Duration:      10 hours.
Vehicle:        01st Class.
Guide: English-speaking driver guide. Other languages on request.     
Entrances:     None.
Meals: None.
Physical activity level:      Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Wheelchair accessible: no
Tour can operate: morning and afternoon.
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.
South Shore including Jökulsárlón – 12 Hours
We take you along the south coast of Iceland, one of the country’s most scenic regions, as far as Jökulsárlón and its Glacier lagoon.
Among the stops on this tour are at the gorgeous Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss waterfalls, the Reynisfjara black sand beach, Vik, Dyrhólaey promontory and Jökulsárlón Glacier lagoon.
Driving through Vatnajökull National Park, established in 2008 covers 14,1% of Iceland and ranks as Europe's second largest. The unique qualities of Vatnajökull National Park are primarily its great variety of landscape features, created by the combined forces of rivers, glacial ice, and volcanic and geothermal activity. Vatnajökull is Europe's largest glacier.
The south side of Vatnajökull is characterized by many high, majestic mountain ridges, with outlet glaciers descending between them onto the lowlands. Sheltered by the high ice, the vegetated oasis of Skaftafell overlooks the black sands deposited to its west by the river Skeiðará.
Dyrhólaey is a 120-metre high promontory, not far from Vík. The place got its name from the massive arch that the sea has eroded from the headland. There are also amazing rock formations all along the Birdlife here is abundant, with puffins and eider ducks being the most common species in the area. The lighthouse on the top of the cliff stands impressive and stoic in this often very windy area.
Jökulsárlón has been a part of the Vatnajökull National Park since 1017. The Glacier lagoon is open to the sea and so contains a mixture of salt and freshwater, giving it a unique blue-green color. There are hundreds of seals here in the winter and the lagoon supports many species of fish including krill, herring, trout and, occasionally, salmon. During the excursion you sail among the huge icebergs in the picturesque scenery of Jökulsárlón.
When possible the Zodiac goes almost all the way up to the glacier (as close as safe).
What to expect: Stunning scenery, landmarks of the natural wonders of the country, insight into local history and geology. Coastal villages. Wildlife and birdwatching.
Basis: Private tour.
Start / End:   City center Hotel or address.
Duration:      12 hours.
Vehicle:        01st Class.
Guide: English-speaking driver guide. Other languages on request.     
Entrances:     Zodiac boat tour on the glacier
Meals: None.
Physical activity level:      Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Wheelchair accessible: no
Tour can operate: morning and afternoon.
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.
Aurora Chase – 4,5 Hours
?The northern lights are a truly spectacular natural phenomenon caused by the interaction of particles from the sun with the upper atmosphere near the Magnetic Pole. Our tour takes you to see this unique phenomenon from the best location possible on the day.
The Northern Lights usually start showing up in the North. Although as the intensity increases, they can be seen further south. That is why the best places to see the Northern Lights in Iceland are those beaches, waterfalls or locations facing North. Many of them are a short drive from Reykjavik. You just need a clear sky, a place away from the light pollution. Although at times of high solar activity they can be widely visible even from the capital, our driver guide is an expert to find those best locations according to the forecast and chase the best sightings of the Green Lady. 
,What to expect: Stunning scenery, insight into this rare and unique phenomenon. Northern Lights might be visible in the right weather conditions from late August to early April.
Basis: Private tour.
Start / End:   City center Hotel or address. 
Duration:      4,5 hours.
Vehicle:        01st Class 
Guide: English-speaking driver guide. Other languages on request.      
Entrances:     None.
Meals: None. 
Physical activity Level:      Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Wheelchair accessible: no
Tour can operate: morning and afternoon. 
Notes: Tour only available from late August until early April.
Food tour in Reykjavik – 3 hs
Experience the foodie side of the Icelandic capital!
On this food walking tour you will try the truly authentic food from Iceland and also get a nice orientation of Reykjavik city.
 
Some of the highlights of this tour are the visit of Reykjavik’s oldest restaurant, a stop at a gastropub, and of course, the possibility of trying a variety of local dishes. Among the specialties included in this tour, we can mention the special Lamb soup, the Unique Icelandic Lamb Hot dog, Lobster soup, and a Skyr Dessert.
You also get tips on what to eat, drink and where to have fun for the rest of your stay in Reykjavik.
 
Basis: Private tour.
Duration:      3 hours walking tour.
Start / End:   Ingólfur Square/City Center.
Vehicle:        None.
Guide: English-speaking. Other languages on request.   
Entrances:     None.
Meals: Tastings. Icelandic Traditional food is based on meat, fish and dairy, but other options may be available.
Physical activity level:      Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Wheelchair accessible: NO
Tour operates: morning, afternoon.
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes. This tour is not offered on public holidays.
 
Walking tour in Reykjavik – 3,5 hs
Reykjavík is a city of bold contrasts. The capital of Iceland is small but cosmopolitan and small-town; vibrant and sophisticated; young-at-heart and yet full of history. In this tour you will walk around the city and discover the main sights.
 
Together with your local guide, you will pass by the Hallgímskirkja church, the highest and probably most iconic building in town, as well as the Dome Church, which is Reykjavik’s Lutheran Cathedral and the bishop’s place in Iceland. The Dome Church is located downtown, next to the Alþingi, house of parliament.
 
You will see other emblematic sites like the “Sun Voyager” sculpture created by Icelandic sculptor Jon Gunnar Arnason. This gleaming steel sculpture is located on Reykjavik’s splendid waterfront and resembles a Viking long-ship, the ‘Solfar’ or ‘Sun Voyager.’ You will also see the modern building Harpa, a cultural and social centre in the heart of the city, and the Old Harbour.
 
Basis: Private tour.
Duration:      3,5 hours walking tour.
Start / End:   City.
Vehicle:        None.
Guide: English-speaking. Other languages on request.   
Entrances:     None.
Meals: None.
Physical activity level:      Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Wheelchair accessible: NO
Tour operates: morning, afternoon.
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.
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Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Akureyri - Lake Mývatn classic - Nature Baths- FD Tour

The tour starts by driving along the coast of Iceland’s longest fjord, Eyjafjordur, from where you will get an excellent view of Akureyri and its surrounding mountains. After crossing Víkurskard-pass, view the Fnjoskadalur valley, where clear geological remains from glacial and post glacial times can be seen. The first stop is by Godafoss falls - one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Iceland; the water of the river Skjalfandafljot falls from a height of 12 m over a width of 30 m. In 1000 A.D., at the meeting of the Althing, the Icelanders voted to adopt Christianity. The wooden idols of the Norse mythology were thrown into the falls in a symbolic gesture that swept away the old religion. Thus the Godafoss literally means the "Waterfall of the Gods”. From there you will drive directly to the Lake Myvatn area, stopping by the unique craters at Skutustadir before having lunch. After lunch you will visit the Dimmuborgir lava labyrinth, a paradise of towering lava castles, natural arches and countless unexplored grottos.

Next is a visit to the Myvatn Nature Baths. The Nature Baths offer bathers a completely natural experience - a relaxing dip amidst clouds of steam and a luxurious swim in a pool of geothermal water drawn from depths of up to 2.500 meters. The baths contain a unique blend of minerals, silicates and geothermal micro-organisms. The warm, soothing waters are beneficial to skin and spirit alike, creating a sense of wellbeing and creating a lasting memory of your visit. Facilities include a reception area and cafeteria, changing rooms and showers for up to 120 guests, three natural steam baths accommodating up to 50 bathers at a time, and a 5000m2 outdoor geothermal bathing pool maintained at a constant temperature of 38-40ºC.

Due to its chemical composition, undesired bacteria and vegetation do not thrive in the lagoon making chlorine or any other disinfectant redundant. Following a relaxing bathe, you will then continue to the gurgling purple and yellow sulphur cauldrons at the high temperature thermal field of Namaskard, which are so hot that they actually boil. Following a short walk at Namaskard, enjoy a relaxed return drive to Akureyri.

Tour Duration: 8 hours
Tour can operate: Morning
Wheelchair Accessible: No
Physical Activity Level: Moderate
Included: Private car with driver-guide, entrance fee to Nature Baths. Pick up/drop off at the port. 
Not Included: Meals, swimsuit and towel (swimwear and towel can be rented at the Nature Baths)

Akureyri - Godafoss Waterfall & Laufas Turf Farm - HD Tour
Leaving Akureyri, cross the waters of the fjord and travel along the slopes of Vadlaheidi Mountain, via the Fnjoskadalur Valley to Vaglaskogur Forest - one of Iceland's rare woodlands which is part of an extensive soil and vegetation reclamation project. From Fnjoskadalur, you'll travel to historic Godafoss - waterfall of the heathen gods that figure prominently in Iceland's 12th century Book of Settlement. Legend has it that Thorgeir of Ljosavatn, a chieftain present at the Thingvellir in the year 1000, was given the authority to decide which religion was to be adopted by the Icelanders. He was a pagan himself, but after a period of profound thought, decided that Christianity was to be the religion of Iceland. Upon his return home, he took the statues of the pagan gods he used to worship and threw them unceremoniously into a waterfall near his homestead. From this time, the waterfall has been named Godafoss (Waterfall of the Gods). After enjoying some time at the falls, the tour continues. The areas geological past is clearly visible on the surrounding hillsides and suggests that a once large periglacial lake filled the valley. Onwards to Laufas a 19th-century farmhouse built in the traditional Icelandic style of stone and turf – now one of the last turf farms in the country.  Originally it was a manor farm and vicarage, the farmhouse itself dates back to 1866 and contains many interesting household and agricultural implements used by the gentry at around that time. The nearby church was built in 1865. Following a pleasant scenic drive back to Akureyri, a stop is made at the towns Botanical Gardens famed for its 2,000 species of local and foreign flowers which, incidentally, bloom outside thanks to Akureyri’s warm microclimate.
 
Tour Duration: 3-4 hours
Tour can operate: Morning or Afternoon
Wheelchair Accessible: No
Physical Activity Level: Moderate
Included: Private car with driver-guide from Akureyri,  entrance fee to Laufás turf farm (open 15 May - 15 September. Pick up/drop off at the port. 
Not Included: Meals
Contrasts of Lake Myvatn and Myvatn Nature Baths
Highlights:
  • Explore the area around biggest lake in Iceland – see bazooka craters Skutustadir, high temperature area Hverarond, scenic lava formations Dimmuborgir
  • Stop at Godafoss waterfall -
  • Experience geothermal bakery – taste local lava bread baked in hot springs
  • Visit natural hot springs – Myvatn Nature baths

Tour Duration: 8 h

Tour can operate: Morning

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Physical Activity Level: Light

Inclusions: 
  • Private car with private English speaking driver-guide
  • Admission fee to Myvatn Nature Baths
Not Included:
  • Lunch (payable locally)
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At Sea
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Torshavn, Faroe Islands
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Kirkwall (Orkney Islands)
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Stavanger

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Stavanger City Tour with Norwegian Oil Museum– 4 hours


Explore Norway's past and present during this picturesque 4 hour sightseeing tour that highlights historic Stavanger.
Stavanger, now known as the Oil Capital of Norway has since evolved into a prosperous modern city. Today journey starts with a scenic drive past the harbor area's quaint fish and farmer's market and residential areas. On route you will note how the city has retained its centuries-old roots through the preservation and renovation of its old architecture and infrastructure. Following on the tour takes you out of the city centre to Ullandhaug hill, a hilltop vantage point that commands a sweeping view of Stavanger and beyond to the sparkling Hafrsfjord.

After taking in the panoramic sights, we journey to the little beach at “Moellebukta” where you will see the impressive monument that was raised in commemoration of the battle that unified Norway. The monument, three 30 ft. high swords have been forced into the ground, symbolizing peace, unity and freedom.

It is now time to commence the journey back to the city center where the old residential section of Stavanger will be reached. Here we begin a leisurely walking tour which takes us through some of the narrow lanes that house Northern Europe's best-preserved wooden houses, dating from the late 17th and early 18th-century. The walking tour ends at the small lake where the Stavanger Cathedral is situated; one of a few cathedrals in Scandinavia that has kept its original features.
Join your awaiting vehicle for the transfer to the Norwegian Petroleum Museum. During this part of the tour you will discover how oil and gas are created and extracted and how petroleum influences Norwegian society.
 
Basis: Private Tour.
Duration: 4 hours.
Start/End: City center Hotel or address.
Vehicle: 1st Class.
Guide: English-speaking. Other languages on request.
Entrances: Norwegian Petroleum Museum.
Meals: None.
Difficulty: Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.

 
Stavanger Food Tour – 3 hours
A plate of food

Description automatically generated with medium confidenceIndulge in 200 years of Norwegian food culture with tastings throughout Stavanger. We will discover the old town and its cobblestone streets, winding along the many well-preserved 18th- to early 20th-century buildings.
 
Your guide will mix tales of the city’s rich history with explanations of how Norwegians’ eating habits have evolved over the centuries. You will make stops along the way to savor the aromas and taste several different food items that have played a significant role in the development of Stavanger.
 
Start the tour passing by the Cathedral and market square before getting to the Norwegian Canning Museum where you will get a taste of canning smoked sardines and “flatbrød” bread. This culinary walk continues with a visit to one of the most popular eateries in the very heart of the city center - famous for their local specialties and unique house. Here you will taste a selection of Norwegian waffles and homemade specialties, a” must eat” if you are a foodie visiting Norway. The last stop will be to a local chocolatier in a narrow charming street. Here you will learn and see how chocolate is made while you enjoy a confectionary and a cup of warm chocolate topped with chili and whipped cream.
 
Many of Stavanger’s chefs are ranked among the best in Europe, and Stavanger is considered a premier culinary destination. If you want to combine sightseeing with a gastronomical experience, this is the right tour for you!
 
Basis: Private tour.
Duration:      Approx. 3 hours
Start / End:   City.
Vehicle:        None.
Guide: English-speaking. Other languages on request.   
Entrances:     Norwegian Canning Museum.
Meals: Tastings.
Physical activity level:      Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Wheelchair accessible: NO
Tour operates: morning, afternoon.
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes. Veggie option may be possible upon request. The tour is not offered on public holidays.
 
Cruise in the Lysefjord with walking tour and traditional lunch in Stavanger– 6 hours
Start this tour at the pier and get on board of a brand new and full electric boat. This boat will take you on an unforgettable sailing tour in the Lysefjord.
Once on board you will enjoy a striking scenery from the comfort of our boat’s sheltered cabin with panoramic windows all around. However, we strongly recommend you venture out on the spacious sundeck.
During the tour you will have majestic views of one of the most famous attractions in Norway, the Preikestolen or “Pulpit Rock”. The boat will also pass by the Vagabond’s Cave, and you will hear more about the legend of this mysterious opening in the mountain. Our captain will carefully nudge the boat’s bow up the Hengjane Falls to feel the spray of mountain water.
Once the boat tour is over, you will walk a few hundred meters to the local restaurant where you will enjoy a delicious and traditional Norwegian lunch. After lunch you will meet your guide to have a 2 hours walking tour. Our guide will take you around the main spots of the city, walking the cobblestone streets of the old Stavanger. You will pass by the market square, the Cathedral of the 12th century, the harbor bay and statue of Alexander Kielland, former mayor of Stavanger and well-known writer. You will discover the typical wooden houses of the old town and much more!
 
Basis: Private tour.
Duration:      Approx.6 hours (3 hours cruise + 1 hour for lunch at Local Restaurant on your own + 2 hours walking tour).
Start / End:   Pier/ City.
Vehicle:        None.
Guide: English-speaking. Other languages on request.   
Entrances:     3 hours cruise.
Meals: Traditional Lunch at local restaurant (Catch of the day or Fish Soup or Caesar Salad or Veggie dish).
Physical activity level:      Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Wheelchair accessible: NO
Tour operates: morning, afternoon.
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes. The tour is not offered on Sundays and Public Holidays.
 
Stavanger City Walk– 2 hours
In this 2 our walking tour you will discover Stavanger´s old town, with its cobblestone streets and small wooden houses.
 
Our guide will introduce you to some of the city’s main icons and personalities and their influence on today’s living standards. You will pass by the market square, the Cathedral of the 12th century and the harbor bay and statue of Alexander Kielland, former mayor of Stavanger and well-known writer.
 
Basis: Private tour.
Duration:      2 hours.
Start / End:   City.
Vehicle:        None.
Guide: English-speaking. Other languages on request.   
Entrances:     None.
Meals: None.
Physical activity level:      Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Wheelchair accessible: NO
Tour operates: morning, afternoon.
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.
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Kristiansand
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Copenhagen

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Made in Copenhagen: Danish Design from local craftsmen
Highlights:
  • Completely customized tour based on client’s interests (furniture, culinary, design etc.)
  • Meet local craftsmen and get introduced to great products they manufacture

Tour Duration: 3-5 h

Tour can operate: Morning and Afternoon

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Physical Activity Level: Light

Inclusions:
  • Light lunch
  • Private local guide
Not Included:
  • Tips and gratuities
Copenhagen City tour – 4 Hours


Your introduction to Copenhagen starts with its heart – centuries old buildings surround canals, royal palaces and the spine of Copenhagen which is the pedestrian precinct of “Strøget.” There is an incredible range of architecture within a small area, renaissance, medieval, baroque, Dutch style and the ultra-modern architecture with glass and steel. Your guide will also take you past the world-famous Tivoli Gardens, the inspiration for Walt Disney, before passing Christiansborg Palace, built on the site of the earliest fortifications of the city dating back to 1167, and now the seat of the Danish Parliament.
  • Tivoli Gardens
  • The Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek
  • The colorful canal district
  • The National Museum
  • Christiansborg Palace, home to the Danish Parliament
  • The old Stock Exchange
  • Kongens Nytorv
  • The Royal Theatre, world-famous for its Royal Ballet
  • The colorful harbor district of Nyhavn
  • Amalienborg Palace, winter residence of the Royal Family
  • The Gefion Fountain
  • The Little Mermaid, inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairytale
  • Rosenborg Castle, where the crown jewels are protected by the Royal Guard – entrance included.
Basis: Private tour.
Duration: 4 hours.
Start / End: City center Hotel, Pier or address. 
Vehicle: 1st Class.
Guide: English-speaking. Other languages on request.
Entrances: Rosenborg Castle.
Meals: None.
Difficulty: Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.
Roskilde tour – 5 Hours


Roskilde is an old charming city dating back from the Viking age and is located approximately 1 hour drive outside of Copenhagen.
The Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde is the Danish museum for ships, seafaring and boatbuilding culture from ancient and medieval times
The large collection of traditional Nordic wooden boats is berthed at the harbor on Museum Island. Here you will also find the five reconstructions of the Skuldelev ships. This large collection of traditional Nordic wooden boats and Viking ships provide a unique perspective and helps create an image of what the Viking ships looked like a thousand years ago.
Roskilde Cathedral is an architectural masterpiece. 1000 years of Danish history are gathered here under beautifully decorated vaults and in dark crypts. Here 40 kings and queens of Denmark are buried, so you can explore the entire Danish Royal history in one place. The Cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage site an is the first Gothic cathedral in Scandinavia to be built in bricks. With its many unique Royal chapels, the Cathedral reflects a part of the changing European architectural history.
 
Basis: Private tour.
Duration: 5 hours.
Start / End: City center Hotel or address.
Vehicle: 1st Class.
Guide: English-speaking. Other languages on request.
Entrances: The Viking Ship Museum & Roskilde Cathedral.
Meals: None.
Difficulty: Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces. 
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purpose.

 
North Zealand Tour – 7 Hours
Set off on an enjoyable narrated tour to Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerød. This elegant Dutch Renaissance structure straddles three small islands and has all the trappings of a fairytale castle, but it was gainfully employed as royal residence and setting for important ceremonial events from the 1600s to the 1850s. It now serves as the National Museum of History and is best known for its outstanding collection of portraits, the largest of its kind in Denmark. Your guided tour begins at the Neptune Fountain and visits the rooms of the King's Wing, the Church, and the impressive Knight's Hall, which boasts an intricate carved wooden ceiling.
Take photos of the Royal Family's summer residence Fredensborg Palace during a brief stop on route.
Heading further north through the picturesque countryside of Northern Zealand, you will find the town of Elsinore. Situated in Elsinore, the magnificent structure Kronborg Castle was chosen by William Shakespeare as the setting for his play, Hamlet. It is a suitably dramatic Renaissance castle, built in 1420 and expanded in the 1500s, situated on the narrow sound between Denmark and Sweden. Kronborg Castle is a UNESCO listed World Heritage Site.
 
Continue back towards Copenhagen along the coastal road. Otherwise known as the Danish Rivera, the coastal road provides a lovely view of the sea between Denmark and Sweden, as well taking you through the fashionable and exclusive residential areas on the outskirts of Copenhagen.
 
Basis: Private tour.
Duration: 7 hours.
Start / End: City center Hotel or address.
Vehicle: 1st Class.
Guide: English-speaking. Other languages on request.
Entrances: Frederiksborg Castle & Kronborg Castle.
Meals: None.
Difficulty: Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purpose.
Malmö and Lund – 7 Hours

Malmö
is Sweden’s third-largest city. Here, Scandinavia's tallest building twists its way skyward, gazing down over the vast Öresund bridge – both modern engineering marvels that reflect multicultural Malmö's progressive outlook.
Focusing on the area around Stortorget (the town square) and lively Lilla Torget (the little square) Malmö's Old Town is a gorgeous warren of cobblestone streets, half-timbered houses.
Located about 2.5km northwest of the Old Town, buzzing, bayside Västra Hamnen represents the modern face of Malmö. It's a popular spot to stroll, sip coffee and browse boutiques, but mostly people come to marvel at the Öresund bridge and the Turning Torso
After Malmö we continue to Lund, founded by the Danes around 1000 AD and once the seat of the largest archbishopric in Europe, Lund is the second-oldest city in Sweden. It's also one of its loveliest, surrounded by beech trees and glowing with an impressive architectural legacy. Its magnificent, medieval old town is centered on its strikingly beautiful cathedral. Radiating around it is the country's oldest, most prestigious university (c 1666). Perhaps ironically, the university keeps Lund young, its vibrant, engaged youth driving a lively arts and culinary scene.
 
Basis: Private Tour.
Duration: 7 hours.
Start/End: City center Hotel or address.
Vehicle: 1st Class.
Guide: English-speaking. Other languages on request.
Entrances: Lund Cathedral (Entrance to the crypt to be paid locally).
Meals: None.
Difficulty: Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purpose.

 
Copenhagen Walking tour – 3 Hours


Your introduction to Copenhagen starts with its heart – centuries old buildings surround canals, royal palaces and the spine of Copenhagen which is the pedestrian precinct of “Strøget.” There is an incredible range of architecture within a small area, renaissance, medieval, baroque, Dutch style and the ultra-modern architecture with glass and steel. Your guide will also take you past the world-famous Tivoli Gardens, the inspiration for Walt Disney, before passing Christiansborg Palace, built on the site of the earliest fortifications of the city dating back to 1167, and now the seat of the Danish Parliament.

  • Town Hall Square
  • The pedestrian Street Strøget 
  • Christiansborg Palace, home to the Danish Parliament
  • The old Stock Exchange
  • Kongens Have
  • Rosenborg Castle, where the crown jewels are protected by the Royal Guard
  • Amalienborg Castle 
  • The colorful harbor district of Nyhavn
  • Kongens Nytorv
  • The Royal Theatre, world-famous for its Royal Ballet

Basis Private tour
Duration 3 hours
Start / End City center Hotel or address 
Vehicle None
Guide English-speaking. Other languages on request 
Entrances None
Meals  None
Difficulty Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces
Notes Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes

Copenhagen Walking food tour – 4 Hours


The Culinary Experience tour lets you explore Copenhagen on a food tour and learn about the Nordic country’s burgeoning cuisine and restaurant scene! Discover produce as fresh as the Scandinavian air and scout out the locals’ favourite eateries and market halls with an expert guide at your side.
 
You will start at Torvehallerne, the new covered market halls, where you will sample artisan cheese, developed in collaboration with the city’s Michelin-starred chefs. Try liquorice, caramels and preserves from some of the most interesting small producers. You will explore the city, wander through Copenhagen Botanical Gardens, relaxing in the beautiful green surroundings. All that while talking about produce and local foods.
 
During the Culinary Experience Tour you will pass several of the city’s greatest landmarks and discuss its history. Food being always the focus. Exclusive to this tour you will try the open sandwiches called smørrebrød as well as a microbrewery where you sample three different types of home-brewed beer.
 
The most classic and un-missable street food in Copenhagen is a hotdog, which is served in a gourmet version. Finally, you will end at Torvehallerne again and you will have a chance to explore further on your own, not to mention do some shopping. So, make sure you leave yourself plenty of time to explore the city and its food after the tour.

 

Basis Private
Duration 4 hours
Start / End City center Hotel or address
Vehicle 01st class. Included for private transfers from/to City center Hotel / address
Guide

English-speaking. Other languages on request

Entrances None
Meals Various tastings making up for a full meal
Difficulty  Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces
Notes Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes

Copenhagen Bicycle tour – 2,5 Hours


If you want to get out and see the most of Copenhagen, a bike tour is a great choice. Be part of this tour and experience Copenhagen on two wheels as your guide will lead you around the city and to its sights in style.

The Danish cycle-culture is as old as the bicycle itself. Copenhageners have used bicycles to transport themselves to and from work since the 1880s. Back then, commuting by bike was the fastest, easiest and most environmentally friendly way to move around the city – and it still is. Copenhagen got its first bike lane in 1910 but most parts of the current network of bike lanes have been established within the last 25 years. Today 50% of the Copenhageners choose to commute by bike every day. Most of them do it all year round – rain, hail, snow or sunshine.

?During the tour you will see some of the famous landmarks of Copenhagen which include the beautiful Tivoli Gardens, The City Hall, Christiansborg Castle, The Royal Library, The Old Stock Exchange, Christianshavn, Our Saviours Church, The Opera, The National Bank,The Kings Square, Nyhavn, Amalienborg Castle, Langelinie, Kastellet, The little Mermaid, Rosenborg Castle, the Kings Garden, Strøget (The pedestrian street) to name a few. While riding backstreets and crossing bridges, your guide will also show you some of the hidden gems the city of Copenhagen has to offer. Discover hip neighborhood’s, secret gardens, courtyards and hidden churches.

Basis Private
Duration 3 hours
Start / End City center bicycle rental shop
Vehicle Bicycle – (Helmet included)
Guide English-speaking. Other languages on request
Entrances None
Meals None
Difficulty Grade Easy/Medium. Guests must be in good health and be comfortable riding a bicycle with hand brakes. The tour includes about 2½ hours of cycling, all at a leisurely pace.
Notes Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.

Copenhagen Walking tour in the pursuit of Hygge – 4 Hours



Hygge is as Danish as pork roast and it goes far in illuminating the Danish soul. In essence hygge means creating a warm atmosphere and enjoying the good things in life in the company of good people. The warm glow of candlelight is also hygge. Friends and family – well that’s hygge too. 

In the summertime, hygge is spending time in the sun, over a beer at the pier, a picnic in one of the city parks or just hanging out with good friends in one of Copenhagen’s many picturesque and historical back yards.

This 4-hour walking tour will highlight what hygge is all about. The tour starts by exploring the area around the Latin quarters an around the pedestrian street Strøget. 

The Latin Quarter is one of the most entertaining areas of Denmark's capital city, with a young-spirited undertone around the vicinity of Copenhagen University. The Latin Quarter is well known for its hang-out spots, alternative shopping and 17th-century architecture. 

Part of Danish hygge is having coffee with friends, so we will pick up a cup of coffee to go and a cinnamon roll at Sankt Peders Bakery, Copenhagen oldest bakery which was founded in 1652. 

We continue our tour by visiting the church of our Lady. The Copenhagen Cathedral in its present shape is an unpretentious building in Neo-Classicist style designed by the architect C.F. Hansen. It is situated close to the University of Copenhagen. An inside visit to the Round Tower in included. It was built as part of the Trinity Complex, named after the Holy Trinity and designed to accommodate three things: the observatory at the top of the tower, the library on the floor above the Trinity Church and of course the church itself. From its vantage point you will be able to peak into some of Copenhagen’s old, historical and cozy court yards before we head over to the Kings Garden, a popular green spot in the city center.

Basis Private tour
Duration 4 hours
Start / End City center Hotel or address
Vehicle None
Guide English-speaking. Other languages on request
Entrances Round Tower & The Church of our Lady
Meals Coffee & Cinnamon roll
Difficulty Grade Easy to Medium. Walking required over uneven surfaces and uphill in the Round Tower
Notes Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes

Copenhagen Jewish tour – 4 Hours


Although never large in numbers, the Jews in Denmark have nevertheless had a substantial and important influence on Danish culture and history. The sights on your tour includes The Round Tower with its golden Hebrew inscriptions; the statue of the world famous Danish Jewish Nobel Prize winner, Niels Bohr; and the Trinitatis church where the Torah scrolls from the Copenhagen Synagogue were hidden during the Second World War and were thus saved from destruction.

You will be informed of the present day Jewish community, its size and the various components that went into its making. The story of the five dark years under Nazi occupation, the deeds of the Danes and their king, Christian X will not be forgotten.

The Danish Jewish Museum, designed by world famous architect Daniel Libeskind, opened in 2004 and is a must-see for anyone interested in the Jews of Denmark. Located in the center of Copenhagen, the museum is a great starting point for exploring Jewish history in Denmark. The museum presents 400 years of Danish Jewish history, including the rescue and deportation of the Danish Jews in 1943. Copenhagen’s main synagogue, finished in 1833 is located in Krystalgade (Crystal Street) in the old part of Copenhagen and will be viewed from its exterior during the tour.

Basis Private tour
Duration 4 hours
Start / End City center Hotel or address
Vehicle 1st Class
Guide English-speaking. Other languages on request
Entrances The Jewish Museum
Meals None
Difficulty Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces 
Notes Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes

Christianshavn & Dragør tour – 4 Hours



Narrow cobbled streets, Michelin-starred restaurants and cozy 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. 

Dragør was founded in the 12th century, and it grew quickly as a fishing port. During the medieval period it was an international marketplace for Hanseatic merchants who came each year to buy herring. In the early sixteenth century, King Christian II invited a group of farmers from the Netherlands - at the time, a more agriculturally advanced nation than Denmark - to settle here to produce food for the royal household. You still find many Dutch names on the doors in Dragør. The town center is very idyllic with its characteristic yellow painted houses, thatched straw roofs and cobblestone streets, plus a charming harbor that is still an active fishing port.

Christiansborg Palace is located on the tiny island of Slotsholmen and houses Denmark's Parliament. It is the Prime Minister's residence and where the Queen of Denmark receives visiting royalty and heads of state in its royal reception rooms. In the Marble Hall, see the incredible, colorful tapestries displaying Danish and world history over the past 1,000 year.

Basis Private tour
Duration 4 hours
Start / End City center Hotel or address
Vehicle 1st Class
Guide English-speaking. Other languages on request
Entrances Christiansborg Palace
Meals None
Difficulty Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces
Notes Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purpose

Copenhagen Sustainable boat tour- you are the captain! - 3 Hours
 We start the tour on three wheels, going through the stress of Copenhagen in a rickshaw. This small vehicle has three wheels and is pushed by a bike. Our rickshaw driver will be in charge of taking us from the hotel in the city center or meeting point to the pier where a boat waits for us.
After a brief introduction on how to sail the boat, you will start sailing around the canals of Copenhagen, doing it at your own pace and choosing your own route. The boat ride lasts 2 hours and will allow you to feel the maritime atmosphere of the city and be, at least for a while, like a real boat captain.
Once on board you will enjoy some tapas while you discover the city from a different perspective and in a sustainable way. These boats work with solar energy, leaving as few carbon footprints as possible and protecting the sensitive harbour environment.
Once the boat tour is over, you go back to the hotel in our rickshaw. After this tour you will have experienced a truly sustainable tourism activity.
 
Basis:  Private tour
Start / End:   City center
Notes: Tour program may be changed for logistic / planning purposes.
Suitable for families with small children.

Tour Duration: 3 hours
Tour can operate: morning or afternoon
Wheelchair Accessible: No
Physical Activity Level: Light. Grade Easy/Medium. The boats are easy to control. Life jackets are included. The tour includes about 2h boat tour, all at a leisurely pace. 
Inclusions: Tapas and 1 bottle of water per person. Rickshaw (max 2 pax per vehicle)  and electric boat.
Not included: guide, entrances, transfers to/from pier.
Copenhagen Rickshaw tour – 3 Hours


If you want to get out and see the most of Copenhagen effortlessly, a Rickshaw tour is a great choice. Be part of this tour and experience Copenhagen on three wheels as your driver guide will lead you around the city and to its sights in style.
 
The Danish cycle-culture is as old as the bicycle itself. Copenhageners have used bicycles to transport themselves to and from work since the 1880s. Back then, commuting by bike was the fastest, easiest and most environmentally friendly way to move around the city – and it still is. Copenhagen got its first bike lane in 1910 but most parts of the current network of bike lanes have been established within the last 25 years. Today 50% of the Copenhageners choose to commute by bike every day. Most of them do it all year round – rain, hail, snow or sunshine.
?During the tour you will see some of the famous landmarks of Copenhagen which include The City Hall, Christiansborg Castle, The Old Stock Exchange, Christianshavn, Our Saviours Church, The Opera,  The Kings Square, Nyhavn, Amalienborg Castle, Kastellet, The little Mermaid,  to name a few. While riding backstreets and crossing bridges, your guide will also show you some of the hidden gems the city of Copenhagen has to offer. Discover hip neighborhood’s, secret gardens, courtyards, and hidden churches. Continuing along the way there is a convenient stop for a coffer break, just like a real Dane,  and you will  pass by Christiania and hear the story about the free state around the big canal on the 'havneringen' route, hitting the Green Bike Lane before returning to the city center.
Basis:  Private tour   
Start / End:   As requested within central area of Copenhagen      
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.

Tour Duration: 3 hours in total, incl a stop for coffee.
Tour can operate: morning or afternoon
Wheelchair Accessible: No
Physical Activity Level: Light
Inclusions: Rickshaw (max 2 pax per vehicle) with English-speaking. Other languages on request. Coffee. 

Not included: transfer from/to pier

Copenhagen Urban Dining - 4 hours
 Your private tour will star at a centrally arranged spot in Copenhagen, where you meet the chef and guide for this unique tour of the city. It is much more than just a food or cycle tour. You will meet the locals firsthand, explore the secrets of the city cycling and following this talented chef, passionate about his culture, food, nature, sustainability and of course cycling. Every detail has been carefully thought to offer you a memorable and very different experience of the Danish lifestyle. You will be greeted by this family and experience the best Danish hospitality while you start with your aperitif, then you move on and follow your cycling chef. No matter the weather, you will enjoy a fantastic 5 course meal served and cooked for you in 2 or 3 strategic spots according to the weather. 
 
This is an outdoor experience, but logistically planned for you to enjoy every single step. You just need to dress with the appropriate gear, a bicycle, and your hunger for an exquisite experience. Whilst we cannot control the weather, if you come well prepared for this adventure nothing will spoil it, and you will end with an unforgettable memory, and better understanding of what Danish culture is about.
 
Basis:  Private tour
Start / End:  Meeting point can vary within central area of Copenhagen. To be confirmed at booking time
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.

Tour Duration: 4 hours
Tour can operate: afternoon/evening
Wheelchair Accessible: No
Physical Activity Level: Easy/Moderate.The tour includes about 2½ hours of cycling, all at a leisurely pace, and 2 or 3 stops to enjoy the meal!
Inclusions:  5 course meal and 1 drink (vegetarian available),  English-speaking guide (Other languages on request), transport by bike with helmet.
Not included: transfer from/to pier.
Kayak Tour in Copenhagen channels with lunch and Rickshaw transfers – 4 hours
Discover Copenhagen from a different angle and in a sustainable way!
We start our day with a ricksahw transfer. A rickshaw is a 3 wheels bike that allows you to move around in a “green way”. Your rickshaw driver will take you to Knippelsbro, where you will be instructed on how to safely kayaking around Copenhagen.
Together with the instructor, you will be drifting by some of the most iconic buildings in town such as the National Bank, the Black Diamond, the Opera House and the colorful Nyhavn. We will enter the canals of historical Christianshavn and head towards Christiansborg, now home of the Danish parliament, through Frederiksholms canal, paddling under beautiful bridges and finding the secret underwater sculpture, Agnete og Havmanden. This is a fun and exciting way to explore Copenhagen.
After kayaking you will enjoy a lunch at the Kayak Bar and then you will take your rickshaw transfer back to your hotel/address in the city center.

Basis:  Private tour.
Duration:       4 hours (incl. 2 hours kayak tour plus time for lunch and transfers)
Start / End:   City.
Vehicle:         Rickshaw for transfers. NOTE: max 2 pax per rickshaw.
Guide: Kayak instructor will give instructions in English.  
Entrances:     None
Meals: Lunch (burger, or similar, with beverage. Veggie options available)
Physical activity level:      Grade Moderate. Kayaking at leisure pace, walking required over uneven surfaces. No experience required, but you should be able to swim.
Wheelchair accessible: no.
Tour operates: morning or afternoon.

Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes. Kayaking equipment will be provided.
Please bring: Hat, Sun Cream, Sunglasses, Waterproof Clothes, Spare Clothes, Swimming Suit, Towel, Water Bottle.
 
A classic Danish afternoon tea at Tivoli Gardens with rickshaw transfers - 4 hours
Tivoli Gardens is a famous amusement park and summer garden in the heart of Copenhagen. The park opened on August 15, 1843 and is the second oldest amusement park in the world. Tivoli is a unique and wonderful experience for everybody, in all ages and a must do when visiting Copenhagen.
During your visit have a “hyggeligt” stop to enjoy a traditional Danish afternoon at Tivoli´s KaffeBar. There you will get the “Cake of the Day” with a filter coffee/tea.
Instead of taking a traditional car transfer, we get you on a ”rickshaw” 3 wheels bike, moving around the city effortlessly and in a more sustainable way. Your rickshaw driver will take you to Tivoli and then back to the hotel/address in the city center.
Basis:  Private tour.
Duration:       4 hours.
Start / End:   City.
Vehicle:         Rickshaw for transfers. NOTE: up to 2 people per rickshaw.
Guide: None.
Entrances:     Tivoli Gardens. NOTE: access to rides are not included in the entrance ticket but can be purchased separately at the park.
Meals: Danish cake and coffee/tea.
Physical activity Level:      Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Wheelchair accessible: NO
Tour operates: morning, afternoon.

Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.
 
Zealand Art Tour with visit of Karen Blixen Museum, Louisiana Museum and traditional Danish lunch – 6 hours
This tour is ideal for those who love culture, art, and literature, as we will visit two of the most emblematic museums in Copenhagen region, driving through the Danish Riviera.  
 
We start our day heading towards Karen Blixen's Museum, located in Rungsted, only 30 mins by car from Copenhagen. Karen Blixen is one of Denmark's most famous authors. Among her best-known literary works are the novel Out of Africa, describing life in Kenya, where she ran a coffee plantation in the outskirts of Nairobi from 1914 to 1931. Out of Africa and the short story Babette's Feast, turned into Oscar-winning films.
The museum occupies the rooms where Karen Blixen lived, and it also houses a gallery featuring Karen Blixen's drawings and paintings, a documentary exhibit on her life and work, a library, a film screening room, a café, a museum shop, and an auditorium used for lectures and special exhibitions.
 
After enjoying a traditional Danish lunch in a local restaurant, we continue our tour by visiting Louisiana Art Museum, in Humlebaek.
 
Louisiana is the most visited art museum in Denmark and has an extensive collection of modern and contemporary art, dating from World War II to the present day. In addition, it has a comprehensive program of special exhibitions all year around, achieving its  status as one of the world's most respected exhibition venues  The museum is also acknowledged as a milestone in modern Danish architecture, and is noted for its synthesis of art, architecture, and landscape. A walk in the Sculpture Park is an essential part of the Louisiana experience, offers a special interplay with stunning view over the Øresund and across Sweden ,and where nature, weather and the change of seasons, make the sculptures look very different from time to time
 
Basis:  Private tour.
Duration:       6 hours.
Start / End:   City.
Inclusions:         01st Class vehicle,  English-speaking guide, Other languages on request, Entrances to Karen Blixen Museum and Louisiana Museum, Traditional Danish Lunch (warm dish + traditional “kransekage”) in local restaurant. Beverages not included, veggie option available.
Physical Level Activity:      Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Tour can operate: afternoon/evening
Wheelchair Accessible: No
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.
Family day tour at Camp Adventure – 6 hours
Copenhagen is not only about Nordic food, Scandinavian design, and the Danish royals. It is also about fun and adventure!
A great alternative for a full day of excitement is Camp Adventure, a climbing park located in Rønnede, only 1 hour away from the capital. Camp Adventure offers 10 climbing courses to move in and out across a beech forest and is home of the very famous Forest Tower.
Once you get to the park, you are provided with safety equipment and will be taught by professional instructors in the use of the equipment and harnesses. Do not worry, the equipment is the best in the market, and it is safe and easy to use! There is no need to have previous experience.
You will also be able to visit the 45-meter-tall Forest Tower, built with corten steel and local oak. The tower offers to enjoy a breathtaking 360-degree view over the beautiful southern Zealand nature. The trip through the beech forest, up into the Forest Tower and back is 3,2 km long.
Basis: Private tour.
Duration:      6 hours (incl transfer time approx. 1 hour each way) .
Start / End:   City.
Vehicle:        01st Class for transfers.
Guide: None. Instructions to go around the climbing park will be given in by Camp Adventure staff in English.
Entrances:     Camp Adventure (Forest Tower and Climbing Park).
Meals: Sandwich and soda.
Tour operates: morning, afternoon.
Physical activity level: Grade Medium. Walking required over uneven surfaces, climbing, and going through different obstacles is necessary when visiting the climbing park.
Notes: The tour is offered from April to October. Wear practical and comfortable clothes that you can move well in, and wear shoes that are tightly fit to your foot.
Restrictions: For safety reasons, maximum weight is 120 kg. People with heart-, lung-, back- and neck problems as well as pregnant women and others with disorders that adversely affect the ability to climb, participates at their own risk. It is not allowed to be affected by alcohol or other drugs when staying on the courses.  
Wheelchair accessible: NO
 
Historical Spa and visit to the Cistern of Copenhagen – 4 hours
This tour will take you on a journey of relaxation in a candlelit historical building. AIRE Spa is inspired by the tradition of baths from ancient Roman, Greek and Ottoman civilizations. Here you will go at your own pace through different baths at different temperatures.
 
You continue the excursion at the Cisternerne, an old water reservoir built in 1856-1859. The cisterns are located on Frederiksberg Hill, 31 meters above sea level, the highest point of the very flat Danish capital. The natural pressure, when the water was let out, allowed the water to travel all the way up into the new Copenhagen town houses contributing considerably to the improvement of the water supplied to locals.
 
In 1933 the cisterns stopped functioning as a water reservoir and for many decades these subterranean chambers were forgotten until 2013 when the building became a part of The Frederiksberg Museums.  Today, the old subterranean water reservoir of Soendermarken is home of events and art exhibitions that awaken all senses. The huge dripstone cave is sparsely lit, the climate is moist and cool, and a magical art experience is guaranteed.
 Basis:  Private tour.
Duration:       Approx. 4 hours
Start / End:   City Center.
Vehicle:         01st Class.
Guide: English-speaking guide for the tour at the Cisterne.
Entrances:     Spa Access (90 mins) and Cisterne entrance with guided tour.
Meals: None.
Physical activity level:      Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Wheelchair accessible: NO
Tour operates: morning, afternoon.
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes. This tour is not offered on Mondays.
 
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At Sea
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Stockholm

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Stockholm Drottingholm Castle tour - 4 Hours


Drottningholm Palace
is on the UNESCO's World Heritage List. It is the best-preserved royal castle built in Sweden during the 1600’s and it is representative of all European architecture that was to follow.

The castle was built by architect Nicodemus Tessin the Elder and was clearly inspired by French architecture and since its construction many royals have left their mark on the palace. Hedvig Eleonora, Lovisa Ulrika and Gustav III left powerful examples of their style, especially in the decor of the reception rooms. Hedvig Eleonora’s state bedchamber was at the heart of their reception rooms in the 1600’s and was created by the country's foremost artists and craftsmen.
There is also a series of rooms that were decorated for Gustav III during the 1700’s which includes the Chinese saloon, a very chic trend at that time.

In 1991 Drottningholm Castle was included on UNESCO's World Heritage list of sites of outstanding universal value to humanity. The Royal family moved into the Drottningholm Palace in 1981 and still today the castle remains the primary residence of the King and Queen. The rooms in the castle's southern section are reserved for the royal couple.
 
Basis: Private tour.
Duration: 4 hours.
Start / End: City center Hotel, address or Pier (excluding Nynäshamn Pier).
Vehicle: 01st Class.
Guide: English-speaking. Other languages on request.
Entrances: Drottingholm Castle.
 
Meals: None.
Difficulty: Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.
Stockholm City tour – 5 Hours

Sweden’s magnificent capital Stockholm is a city renowned for its characteristic structure, built on 14 islands magnificently bathed by the waters of lake Mälaren. Your tour will introduce you to the most characteristic locations and the most architecturally significant buildings, the first of which is the imposing City Hall, the city's political centre and the location for the annual celebrations that follow the presentation of the Nobel Prizes.

Having admired its imposing exterior that is surrounded by water and topped with three golden crowns, the symbol of the kingdom of Sweden, you will visit the sumptuous Golden Hall whose walls are entirely covered with precious golden mosaics composed of over 19 million tiles.
 
Continuing on your itinerary takes you towards the green island of Djurgården with its numerous historic buildings, monuments, museums, galleries, an exciting theme park and a magnificent open-air museum.
 
While on the island, visit the museum of the Swedish warship ‘Vasa’, once considered one of the world’s largest and the pride of Sweden's mighty navy. The present Vasa Museum is built around the 17th century warship which sank in Stockholm's inner harbor on her maiden voyage in 1628. Its discovery in 1956 and subsequent salvage in 1961 is one of the most important events in marine archaeology. Painstakingly restored to much of its original magnificence, ‘Vasa’ represents an authentic piece of living history.
 
Stockholm's Old Town (Gamla Stan) is located on a small island in the very heart of the city. Within its bounds are a multitude of historical sights, including the Royal Palace, the Parliament, the House of Nobilities, as well as the world's longest established bank, the Bank of Sweden that was founded in 1656.
 
Basis: Private tour.
Duration: 5 hours.
Start / End: City center Hotel, address or Pier (excluding Nynäshamn Pier).
Vehicle: 01st Class.
Guide: English-speaking. Other languages on request.
Entrances: City Hall and Vasa Museum.
Meals: None.
Difficulty: Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.
Uppsala and Sigtuna tour - 6 Hours


Uppsala is located 72 kilometres north of Stockholm and as early as the 6th century it was a political and religious centre. 
It was from here that the old pagan kings ruled. Legend has it that there was a splendid temple here that was decorated with gold.
The large historical Uppsala Cathedral was consecrated in 1435. Several famous scientists and kings have their chapels here. There is a fine museum in the north tower full of ecclesiastical textiles and gold and silver objects. In one of the cathedral's chapels lie the holy relics of Sweden's patron saint, St. Erik, in a gold Casket.
Uppsala University is the oldest University in Scandinavia. In the 17th and 18th centuries the university became a centre of research, mainly in the field of natural history. Many are the geniuses that have spread Uppsala's reputation worldwide and to date six Uppsala scientists have received the Nobel prize. The Gustavianum museum is housed in Uppsala University's oldest preserved building. Exhibited at the museum are the Augsburg Art Cabinet, discoveries from the Viking period, the history of the University of Uppsala, mummies and much more.
Sigtuna is a town north of Stockholm that sits beside Lake Mälaren, in the lush landscape of Uppland. The area prospered during the Viking Age, leaving a heritage of rune stones, graves and monuments, which to this day still stand in and around the town. Sigtuna is said to be home to the most rune stones in the world. They were erected during the Viking era to commemorate deceased men.
Sigtuna is Swedens first town and was founded in AD 980, as Christianity arrived, uniting Sweden as a single kingdom. With a royal mint and a bishop, Sigtuna was effectively the capital of Sweden until power shifted towards Stockholm and Uppsala in the 13th century. Three historic church ruins, St. Olof, St. Lars and St. Per, from the 12th and 13th century can be found in the medieval centre of Sigtuna. Here, you will also find the brick Church of Maria, which was built in 1247 as a Dominican monastery.
After three fires in the 17th century, Sigtuna was a ghost town for 250 years but was later revived in the 1910s as a nationalist project. The 18th century Town Hall can be found on Sweden's oldest street, Stora Gatan (over a thousand years old). It is allegedly the smallest town hall in Scandinavia and is nowadays used as a museum. At Stora Gatan, you will also find clusters of interesting little shops selling fashion, design and local handicrafts.
 
Basis: Private tour.
Duration: 6 hours.
Start / End: City center Hotel, address or Pier (excluding Nynäshamn Pier).
Vehicle: 01st Class.
Guide: English-speaking. Other languages on request.
Entrances: Uppsala Cathedral & Gustavianum Museum.
Meals: None.
Difficulty: Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.
Stockholm Old Town walking tour – 3 Hours



Enjoy the old town of Stockholm with an enjoyable walk through it’s old narrow cobblestoned streets, the beating heart of the historic city that dates back to the 13th century.

Here you will be struck by the contrast between the small characteristic cobbled streets that wind between elegant historic buildings and picturesque squares, and the majestic and imposing Royal Palace that suddenly appears on the horizon. 

When exploring these streets, it is easy to imagine that you have travelled back in time to a medieval city. In a constant game of contrasts, we'll investigate the entrance to the narrowest street in Stockholm, just 90 cm wide and with 36 steps, known as Mårten Trotzigs gränd, then visit the fascinating main square of Gamla Stan, as majestic as it is elegant, around which the city was developed back in the 1300s. 

A walk through Gamla Stan is not complete without a visit to Stockholm’s Cathedral. Stockholm’s medieval Cathedral, built in 1279, houses unique objects such as the St George and the Dragon sculpture (1489), the legendary Vädersoltavlan (1535) and Lena Lervik’s sculpture ”Joseph and Mary” (2002).

Other points of interest during the tour are Stortorget and the Great Square, the hub of the Old Town which is dominated by the old Stock Exchange, today housing the Nobel Museum and the Swedish Academy.

Basis Private tour
Duration 3 hours
Start / End Stockholm city center hotel or address
Vehicle None
Guide English-speaking. Other languages on request.
Entrances Stockholm Cathedral.
Meals none
Difficulty Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Notes Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.

Stockholm Bicycle tour – 3,5 Hours

Starting from the elegant neighborhood of Östermalm, we will reach the Old Town, Gamla Stan and its most significant buildings such as the Royal Palace, Stockholm’s Cathedral and Stortorget Square.

We will than continue to the historical and fascinating Island of Nobility, Riddarholmen and then on to Skeppsholem and Kastellholmen with their historic naval yards. 

In the second part of the tour, the emphasis will shift toward Stockholm’s incredible green spaces and parkland. 

Ride through the amazing Djurgården Island, through the enchanting Ekoparken whilst visiting some of the hidden gems such as the ancient Djurgårdsstaden area and the colourful botanical garden of Rosendals Trädgården. The tree lined canals, grand 18th Century residences and abundant wildlife that make ancient oak trees their home will prove a memorable experience.

Basis Private tour
Duration 3 hours
Start / End At your Stockholm city center based hotel (bicycles will be delivered).
Vehicle  None
Inclusions Bicycle and Helmet.
Guide English-speaking. Other languages on request. 
Entrances None
Meals None
Difficulty Grade Easy/Medium. Guests must be in good health and be comfortable riding a bicycle with hand brakes. The tour includes about 2½ hours of cycling, all at a leisurely pace.
Notes Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.
Stockholm Jewish tour – 5 Hours



The northern city of Stockholm is one of the most stunning capitals in the world. It is situated on 14 islands and is surrounded by water so clean that you can swim and fish right in the heart of the city.  

Sweden’s Jewish community holds a very unique place in the continental European Diaspora. During the mid-20th century, Sweden was one of the only European countries to actually witness a growth in their Jewish population. During the Second World War there was no systematic persecution by the neutral Swedish government, and, in fact, the country gave asylum to thousands of Jewish refugees from Denmark and Norway. The community has continued to exist relatively undisturbed over the generations. 

Today, the Swedish Jewish community is the largest in Scandinavia and is primarily composed of descendants of pre-war refugees and Shoah survivors who arrived after the war. Most Swedish Jews live in the capital Stockholm. It is a unified community and all three synagogues in the city belong to the same organization. 

Today’s first stop is at the impressive panoramic viewpoint Fjallgatan. Here you have the opportunity to take some photographs while your guide points out the main sights of the city before your scenic drive towards Gamla Stan (Old Town). 

Here you will get an insight into the long lasting German influence and the many attacks of the Danes during the Middle Ages. Due to the Swedish neutrality nothing has been destroyed here in the last 400 years. You will experience the narrow cobblestone streets of the Old Town, passing the Royal Palace and on to Tyska Brunnsplan square, named after the German community that once occupied this area. Here stands the building which was Stockholm's first synagogue, founded in 1790. 

Continue towards the Conservative Synagogue, otherwise known as the Great Synagogue. Inaugurated in 1870, it still has an active congregation with more than one thousand members. The Great Synagogue is built in an Assyrian style whose organ resembles an open Torah scroll.

Leaving the Synagogue you pass by the beautiful Jewish cemetery whilst taking in the main sights and highlights of the city.
 

Basis Private tour
Duration 5 hours
Start / End

City center Hotel, address or Pier (excluding Nynäshamn Pier).

Vehicle

1st Class.

Guide

English-speaking. Other languages on request.    

Entrances

Stockholm Synagogue & Jewish Museum

Meals None
Difficulty

Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.

Notes

Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.

Millesgården Museum and short Archipelago tour – 4 Hours
You start the day by meeting our local guide and taking a 20 minute transfer to the museum. 
Millesgåarden was built in 1908 by sculptor Carl Milles and his wife painter Olga Milles. Today, the building became a well-renowned museum with an artist home, an antique collection, a vast sculpture garden, an art gallery with a museum shop and a restaurant. Millesgården is  a work of art in its own right, a nicely balanced stage design of terraces, fountains, stairways, sculptures and columns, coupled with a diversity of vegetation and an immense vista across the waters of Värtan from the rocky heights of Herserud.
Once the visit of the museum is over you will go back to the city center in an alternative way: a boat that sails through the archipelago. The ride takes around 1 hour and will end in the city center. Meanwhile, relax and enjoy the stunning views of this nature area.

 
Basis:  Private tour (not available on Mondays).
Duration:       4 hours.
Start / End:   City center Hotel, address or Pier (excluding Nynäshamn Pier).
Inclusions:         01st Class vehicle transfer and boat transfer, English-speaking. Other languages on request, Entrance to Millesgården Museum.
Meals: None.
Physical Activity Level:     Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Wheelchair accessible: No.
Tour operates: morning, afternoon. Note: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.
Skoklosters castle and Sigtuna by car – 6 hours

This tour will offer you a unique insight in the history of Sweden. The tour starts with a visit to the historical city of Sigtuna where you will learn about the earliest days of the history of Sweden. Sigtuna is a town north of Stockholm that sits beside Lake Mälaren, in the lush landscape of Uppland. The area prospered during the Viking Age, leaving a heritage of rune stones, graves and monuments, which to this day still stand in and around the town.
Sigtuna is Sweden’s first town and was founded in AD 980, as Christianity arrived, uniting Sweden as a single kingdom. With a royal mint and a bishop, Sigtuna was effectively the capital of Sweden until power shifted towards Stockholm and Uppsala in the 13th century. Three historic church ruins, St. Olof, St. Lars and St. Per, from the 12th and 13th century can be found in the medieval center of Sigtuna. Here, you will also find the brick Church of Maria, which was built in 1247 as a Dominican monastery.
After three fires in the 17th century, Sigtuna was a ghost town for 250 years but was later revived in the 1910s as a nationalist project. The 18th century Town Hall can be found on Sweden's oldest street, Stora Gatan (over a thousand years old). It is allegedly the smallest town hall in Scandinavia and is nowadays used as a museum. At Stora Gatan, you will also find clusters of interesting little shops selling fashion, design and local handicrafts.
We continue the tour with a visit of Skoklosters Castle, one of the world's greatest baroque castles and probably one of the most beautiful castles in Sweden. Skoklosters is located in a beautiful natural setting by Mälaren's shore. This castle was built between 1654 and 1676 and it is a major monument from the period when Sweden was one of the most powerful countries in Europe. You will be welcomed and guided in a privately arranged tour of the entire castle, and not only the ground floor exhibition and the Wrangel state apartment which is open to the public. Your private tour offers a rare insight into the 17th and 18th Centuries through the extensive collection of weapons, books, silver and textiles among many things
 
Basis:  Private tour.
Duration:       6 hours.
Start / End:   City center Hotel, address or Pier (excluding Nynäshamn Pier).
Inmclusions:         01st Class vechicle, Guide English-speaking. Other languages on request, Entrance to Skoklosters Castle (Arranged private tour of the collection and castle).  
Meals: None.
Physical Activity Level:      Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Tour can operate: afternoon/evening
Wheelchair Accessible: No
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes
 

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Helsinki

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Helsinki City tour – 3 Hours


Helsinki was founded in 1550 by the Swedish King Gustav Vasa. As a result of the war of 1808-1809, Sweden was forced to cede Finland to Russia. In 1812 Tsar Alexander declared Helsinki the capital of autonomous Finland. In 1917 the city was to become the capital of the independent Republic of Finland. In safeguarding its historical heritage, Helsinki has again and again been forced to reassess the past. Cultural influences from both East and West have molded the life of the city, which has nevertheless preserved an outlook on life that is inherently Finnish. Over the years the city has spread, and its population multiplied, yet nature is still close at hand - the sea and islands are dominant features of the landscape.
Among the most striking features of the Helsinki architecture are the largish areas built in a uniform style. The city thus has whole blocks and even districts representing Neoclassical, Art Nouveau, National Romantic, functional or modern architecture. The oldest area in Helsinki that has been preserved intact is the Senate Square. Reminiscent of St. Petersburg in its neoclassical style.
In the 1970s Helsinki acquired some important new public buildings - e.g. the Finlandia Hall, the City Theatre, the new National Opera, the official residence of the Finnish President and the Temppeliaukio Church - which are now important landmarks on the Helsinki street scene.
A city tour includes all essential sights in the city center including the Sibelius Park with the Sibelius Monument, an unusual steel monument from 1967, commemorating the great Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. Pay a visit to Temppeliaukio Church (The Church in the Rock), completed in 1969 and carved out of a solid rock and topped with a copper dome.  Only the dome is visible from the outside. The pantheon-like interior is enhanced by the rugged granite walls and the copper-plated cupola. The excellent acoustics make this a favorite venue for concerts. Please note that inside visits to the Rock Church cannot be guaranteed due to religious services and holidays.
 
Basis: Private tour.
Duration: City center Hotel or address.
Start/End: 3 hours.
Vehicle: 01st Class.
Guide: English-speaking. Other languages on request.    
Entrances: Temppeliaukio Rock Church.
Meals: None.
Difficulty: Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces. 
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.
Helsinki Suomenlinna Fortress tour – 3 Hours


Built in the second half of the 18th century by Sweden on a group of islands located at the entrance of Helsinki's harbour, this fortress is an especially interesting example of European military architecture of the time. Suomenlinna, until 1918 Viapori (Finnish), or Sveaborg (Swedish), was an inhabited sea fortress built on six islands and which now forms part of the city of Helsinki, the capital of Finland.

Suomenlinna is a UNESCO World Heritage site and popular with tourists and locals. The guided walking tour takes you through the historic Susisaari and Kustaanmiekka areas and provides information on the colourful past of the fortress. The tour introduces, for example, the Great Courtyard and the dry dock, which once was one of the largest in the world.
The tour includes a return ferry service to / from Suomenlina Maritime Fortress, a guided tour with an official Suomenlina guide and an entrance to Suomenlinna Museum. You will meet the guide at Suomenlina Maritime Fortress, after disembarking the ferry. Depending on your accommodation in Helsinki, city transfers to and from the ferry port may need to be considered.
 
Basis: Private tour.
Duration: 3 hours.
Start/End: Helsinki Harbour.
Vehicle: 01st Class.
Guide: English speaking Soumenlinna Guide. Other languages on request.
Entrances: Suomenlinna Museum.
Meals: None.
Difficulty: Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces. 
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.
 
Helsinki Porvoo Tour – 5 Hours

Porvoo is Finland's second oldest town and the most picturesque one. In other words, a beautiful area full of history. The town of Porvoo was granted town status in the 14th century and is one of the treasures of traditional Finnish architecture.
The original town plan from the Middle Ages, features the low, small houses, picturesque yards and narrow streets and forms a historically unique wooden town environment.
The symbols of Porvoo – the red warehouses on the riverbanks – tell tall tales of seafaring and trading. The guest marina and ferry dock at Jokiranta are humming with life, especially during the summer months.
The bridge at Aleksanterinkatu, completed in autumn 2004, and the newly restored Jokiranta area now encourage locals to take an evening walk and enjoy the latest improvements to the downtown area. Flower beds, fountains, cafés and sundecks have turned the shore into an attractive gathering place. The Market Square is the heart of the city, surrounded by City Hall, the bus station, specialty boutiques and services. The range of products at the marketplace varies by season.
 
Basis: Private tour.
Start/End: City center Hotel, Cruise Pier or address. 
Duration: 5 hours.
Vehicle: 01st Class.
Guide: English-speaking. Other languages on request.
Entrances: None.
Meals: None.
Difficulty: Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces. 
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.
Helsinki Jewish City tour – 4 Hours

Interior of the Temppeliaukio Church, which was designed by ...
This tour allows you to see the best of Helsinki and also learn more about the past and present of its Jewish citizens.

A city tour includes all essential sights in the city center including the Sibelius Park with the Sibelius Monument, an unusual steel monument from 1967, commemorating the great Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. Pay a visit to Temppeliaukio Church (The Church in the Rock), completed in 1969 and carved out of a solid rock and topped with a copper dome.  Only the dome is visible from the outside. The pantheon-like interior is enhanced by the rugged granite walls and the copper-plated cupola. The excellent acoustics make this a favorable venue for concerts. 

A visit to the local Synagogue is made during the tour. You will be able to see its rooms located in the local Jewish Community Center. 

The center of the Helsinki is majestic with its classical style Senate Square. It offers a view to the impressive Helsinki Cathedral, Helsinki University, National Library and the Government Palace. The statue to the Russian czar Alexander II is located in the middle of the square.

Please note that inside visits to the Rock Church and Helsinki Synagogue cannot be guaranteed due to religious services and holidays. In the event of religious services. Tour order may be adjusted based on Rock Church and the opening hours of Helsinki Synagogue.

Basis Private
Start / End City center Hotel or address. 
Duration 4 hours
Vehicle 01st Class.
Guide English-speaking. Other languages on request.  
Entrances Temppeliaukio Rock Church & Synagogue.
Meals None
Difficulty Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces. 
Notes Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.

Hesinki City tour with Sauna Experience – 5 Hours



Among the most striking features of the Helsinki architecture are the largish areas built in a uniform style. The city thus has whole blocks and even districts representing Neoclassical, Art Nouveau, National Romantic, functional or modern architecture. The oldest area in Helsinki that has been preserved intact is the Senate Square. Reminiscent of St. Petersburg in its neoclassical style. 

In the 1970s Helsinki acquired some important new public buildings - e.g. the Finlandia Hall, the City Theatre, the new National Opera, the official residence of the Finnish President and the Temppeliaukio Church - which are now important landmarks on the Helsinki street scene. 

A city tour includes all essential sights in the city centre including the Sibelius Park with the Sibelius Monument, an unusual steel monument from 1967, commemorating the great Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. Pay a visit to Temppeliaukio Church (The Church in the Rock), completed in 1969 and carved out of a solid rock and topped with a copper dome.  Only the dome is visible from the outside. The pantheon-like interior is enhanced by the rugged granite walls and the copper-plated cupola. The excellent acoustics make this a favorite venue for concerts.

Sauna bathing is an essential part of Finnish culture and national identity. There are only 5,4 million Finns but 3,3 million saunas. Public saunas used to be common in bigger cities but now that most new apartments have sauna of their own, public saunas have decreased dramatically in number. There are only a couple remaining. As a sense of community is becoming a more and more important part of new urban culture, many new public saunas are being planned. 

The sauna is open to the public and has separate locker rooms and showers for men and women – however the sauna rooms and other facilities are open to everyone. Please remember that appropriate swimwear must be worn in the shared sauna room.

Towels and seat cover as well as soap and shampoo are included in the 2 hour sauna experience. Don’t forget your bathing costume.

Basis Private tour
Start / End  City center Hotel or address. 
Duration 5 hours
Vehicle 01st Class.
Guide English-speaking. Other languages on request.
Entrances Temppeliaukio Rock church & Sauna.
Meals None
Difficulty  Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces
Notes Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.

Helsinki Design tour - 6 hours



Helsinki offers you a unique and fascinating journey through the centuries and across cultures through its buildings and architecture. The city’s architecture is typified by Nordic minimalism and refinement, and with its modernism, functionalism it also encompasses the largest concentration of Art Nouveau buildings in Northern Europe. 

For many Alvar Aalto (1898-1976) is synonymous with Finland with architecture and with design.
After qualifying as an architect from Helsinki Institute of Technology in 1921, Aalto set up his first architectural practice in Jyväskylä. His early works followed the tenets of Nordic Classicism, the predominant style at that time.

During the tour, pay a visit to Temppeliaukio Church (The Church in the Rock), completed in 1969 and carved out of a solid rock and topped with a copper dome.  Only the dome is visible from the outside. The pantheon-like interior is enhanced by the rugged granite walls and the copper-plated cupola. The excellent acoustics make this a favorite venue for concerts.

The Senate Square is dominated by four buildings designed by Carl Ludvig Engel between 1822 and 1852: Helsinki Cathedral, the Government Palace, the main building of the University of Helsinki and the National Library of Finland. 

The Central Railway Station was designed by Eliel Saarinen in 1909 and the station was opened in 1919. The station is mostly clad in Finnish granite, and its distinguishing features are its clock tower and the two pairs of statues holding the spherical lamps, lit at night-time, on either side of the main entrance.

The City Hall was designed by C.L. Engel as a hotel in 1833, the building has been the City Hall since the 1930s. The Helsinki coat-of-arms can be seen on the tympanum. 

Basis Private tour
Start / End City center Hotel or address. 
Duration 6 hours
Vehicle 01st Class.
Guide English-speaking. Other languages on request. 
Entrance Temppeliaukio Rock church & the Alvaro Aalto Studio & House tour (shared tour).
Meals None
Difficulty Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Notes Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.

Helsinki by Kayak – 4,5 hours

Explore Helsinki as close to the sea as you can get!
We start the day with a transfer to the paddling center, once we get there our instructor will guide you on how to paddle in a safe way.
After getting your kayaking equipment we start a 3-hour guided paddling trip in the archipelago of Helsinki. We will paddle in clear water, around rocky islands, and sandy beaches, enjoying the fresh air and beautiful surroundings of Finnish nature.
We will also enjoy a sandwich during the excursion. Once the activity is over, we head back to the city center by car.
 
Basis:  Private tour.
Duration:       04:30 hours (3 hs paddling and time for transfers).
Start / End:   City.
Vehicle:         01st Class for transfers.
Guide: English-speaking kayak instructor and guide.
Entrances:     None
Meals: Water bottle and snack (sandwich).
Physical Activity Level:      Grade Moderate. Kayaking at leisure pace, walking required over uneven surfaces. No experience required, but you should be able to swim. Our kayaks are stable and easy to paddle.
Wheelchair accessible: no.
Afternoon operates: morning or afternoon.

Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes. Kayaking equipment will be provided.
Please bring: Hat, Sun Cream, Sunglasses, Waterproof Clothes, Spare Clothes, Swimming Suit, Towel, Water Bottle.
Canoe and Hike in Nuuksio National Park - 4,5 hours

In this tour you will explore the area of Nuuksio Hawk Nest, in Nuuksio National Park.
Once we get to the national park, our guide will provide you the necessary equipment and introduce to you the basics of canoeing, an old Indian way of moving along the waterways of wild nature. This first part of the tour will take place on The Hawk Lake which is only a very small lake, so the paddling distance is not long. Canoes are stable and fit two people each.
After canoeing we will go on a guided hike following the marked trails of Nuuksio National Park. The length of the guided hike is about 5km and the pace is easy. This tour is more about enjoying the Finnish nature than covering long distance.
After the activities you will get a sandwich and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere while resting after having explored the forest like a true Finn!
 
Basis:  Private tour.
Duration:       04:30 hours (3 hs canoeing & hiking and time for transfers).
Start / End:   City.
Vehicle:         01st Class for transfers.
Guide: English-speaking canoeing instructor and guide.
Entrances:     None.
Meals: Water bottle and snack (sandwich).
Difficulty:      Grade Moderate. Canoeing at leisure pace, walking required over uneven surfaces. No experience required, but you should be able to swim. No previous paddling or hiking experience required. The canoes are stable and easy to paddle.
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes. Canoeing equipment will be provided. Please bring: Hat, Sun Cream, Sunglasses, Waterproof Clothes, Spare Clothes, Swimming Suit, Towel, Water Bottle.
Food tour in Helsinki – 3 hs
Experience the best of the Finnish cuisine on this food walking tour. You will stroll around the streets of Helsinki´s center, getting a taste of the most traditional as well as fashionable flavors the city has to offer.
 
The tour includes the visit of some of the main gastronomical areas and spots of the Finnish capital, such as the Old Market Hall and the Market Square and also some bakeries and special food stores. You may taste some local bread, cheese, chocolate, fish, pastry, seasonal berry treat and famous Finnish salt licorice: salmiakki!
 
Basis: Private tour.
Duration:      3 hours walking tour.
Start / End:   City.
Vehicle:        None.
Guide: English-speaking. Other languages on request.   
Entrances:     None.
Meals: The servings are equivalent to a light lunch/big snack. Veggie options available.
Physical activity level:      Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces.
Wheelchair accessible: NO
Tour operates: morning, afternoon.
Notes: Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes. This tour is offered everyday from May to September and on Mon-Sat during the rest of the year.
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Tallinn

Optional Private Excursions

Avoid the crowds and hustle and bustle associated with a group activity. For a memorable trip ashore, we invite you to consider a private shore excursion. Enjoy the undivided attention of your own driver/guide and the flexibility of experiencing the aspects of the local culture that most interest you. Below are just some samples of the private shore excursions we can arrange for you. Let us personalize your experience!

Tallinn: Panoramic Tallinn - 8 hours
Your local English-speaking guide will greet you at the port and take you on a private tour of Tallinn. Start with a visit to the historic Kadriorg Park, home to the stunning Catherine's Palace and surrounding gardens that were commissioned by the Russian Czar Peter I in the early 18th century. Continue on to the Song Festival Grounds, known as the venue for Estonia’s Song Festival that takes place every five years and can hold up to 300,000 spectators and 30,000 performers! Next visit Pirita, a beautiful beachside location where the yachting complex was built for the 1980 Olympic Games.

Driving past ancient walls and tower gateways, see the national blue, black and white flag flying over the Tall Hermann Tower. Walk up Toompea Hill to Palace Square to view the Baroque Toompea Castle, now the residence of the Estonian Parliament, and to visit the Russian Orthodox Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. Stroll along medieval cobblestone streets to the scenic viewpoint over the Lower Town rooftops, passing St Mary’s Cathedral, the oldest church in Estonia, as well as the Stenbock House, the residence of the Estonian Prime Minister.

The Great Guild Hall, the Holy Spirit Church, the Town Council’s Apothecary and the Town Hall can also be found in the labyrinth of streets. Make some time for shopping at the Müürivahe Street market, where traditional wool and linen products are sold.

Highlights:
  • See the stunning Catherine's Palace, the Song Festival Grounds ans the beautiful beachside location of Pirita

Tour Duration: 8 hours

Tour can Operate: Morning / Afternoon

Wheelchair Accessible: Please enquire for more information

Physical Activity Level: Low

Inclusions:
•    Luxury car or minivan at your disposal during the tour
•    An expert A&K local guide (8 hours)
•    Entrance fees
•    All taxes

Exclusions:
•    All cruise travel, personal items, meals and associated costs
•    Gratuities
Tallinn city tour - 3 hours

 
Tallinn city tour is a combined tour by car / minivan and walking tour in the Old Town
The tour starts by a tour circling around the Old Town and offering a fascinating view of the medieval town and the 16th century fortification wall with numerous red tile roofs. The tour also leads by the Pirita beach side passing by the Song Festival Grounds, St Birgitte's Convent ruins and Pirita Olympic yacht centre.
The tour gives an overall impression about the city, its history and development. The walking tour in the Old Town takes you back to medieval times when Tallinn was an important trade centre and gathered merchants and traders of all nationalities. Enjoy the well preserved Old Town with buildings dating back even 16th century, narrow cobbled stone streets and small inner yards with charming art galleries and cafes. 

 

Basis  Private tour
Duration  3 hours
Start / End

City center Hotel or pier

Vehicle 1st class
Guide

English-speaking. Other languages on request

Entrances Dome Cathedral
Meals None
Diifculty

Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces

Notes

NOT AVAILABLE ON MONDAYS
Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes

Tallinn Jewish Heritage Tour – 4 Hours


The tour highlights the charming Old Town of Tallinn as well as Jewish Heritage in Tallinn.
During the walking tour you will visit Tallinn’s Upper Town with Otrhodox St Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Toompea Castle and Estonian Parliament, Dome Church and a view platform to the Lower Town and the Bay of Tallinn. Most significan sites in Lower Town that you will visit will be Danish Kings Garden, Town Hall Square and Viru Gates
The tour also includes a visit to Estonian Jewish Museum and Tallinn Synagogue. 

Estonian Jewish Museum 

The museum gives a thorough overview of the Jewish community in Estonia during different times in history. This is where various materials concerning the destiny of Estonian Jews are stored. The exposition of the museum comprises of three sections: a permanent exhibition, a library with books written by or about Estonian Jews and a thematic electronic archive. The large paper archive is where the originals of the documents are stored.

Tallinn Synagogue 

Established in 2007, Tallinn's Synagogue is by far the most modern house of worship in the city.
It was a long time coming. During World War II, the Jewish community that had existed in Tallinn was all but wiped out, and its Synagogue bombed. In the years following the war, a few native Jews returned to Tallinn, joined by many more Russian Jews, but the Soviet regime had outlawed any open observance of Judaism. It was only after Estonia regained independence in 1991 that a real Jewish religious community was re-established here. 


 

Basis Private tour
Duration 4 hours
Start / End Hotel city center or pier
Vehicle 1st class
Guide English-speaking. Other languages on request    
Entrances Estonian Jewish Museum and Tallinn Synagogue
Meals None
Difficulty Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces
Notes NOT AVAILABLE ON MONDAYS/ Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes.

Tallinn Full Day Family Fun - 5 to 6 hours



Start the day by an unconventional and fun way to discover the city. Your driver will pick you up at your hotel or pier to drive you to the starting point of your 2 hours Segway tour.

The Segway Experience is very fun for everyone who would like to discover Tallinn from a different way. It allows you to see the most important and interesting sights of the city in only couple of hours.
Riding a Segway is the most amazing experience. It gently moves you and keeps you balanced. Just step on and ride smoothly and almost silently away with a feeling of simple mobility and freedom.
Segway ride is great way for getting together and having fun. Kids, teens, adults & oldies – everyone loves Segway rides.

After the tour your driver will come pick you up and driver you to the Estonian Open-air Museum in Rocca al Mare (Recommeded for Families with Children).
Rocca al Mare is Estonian Ethnography Open-air Museum located in a nice pine forest near the sea at a distance of about 20 min drive from the Old Town. This museum leads you back to the time of old rural Estonia. The vast, forested park is filled with thatched, 18-20th-century farm buildings, windmills, a wooden chapel and a village school, with staff demonstrating how people lived and worked in times past. Visitors can buy handicrafts and try out the traditional food served in the village tavern


 

Basis Private tour
Duration 5-6 hours
Start / End

City center Hotel or pier

Vehicle

1st class. Included for private transfers to the Segway tour and 4hrs vehicle at disposal afterwards. 

Guide

English-speaking for Segway tour. Rocca al Mare on your own.

Entrances

Estonian Open-air Museum at Rocca al Mare

Meals None
Difficulty

Grade Easy. Walking required over uneven surfaces

Notes

Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes

Tallinn Food Tour – 3 Hours


 
What is the Estonian cuisine - Nordic with a twist, a touch from Russian kitchen and a bit of German? Take a glimpse into its surprisingly vivid culinary scene during our Tallinn Food Tour. You’ll have 6-7 food & wine- stops combined with strolls on historical cobblestone streets of Tallinn Old Town.
Tallinn Food Tour combines city sightseeing with various food (and some drink) - stops. The walking tour route is based on Tallinn Old Town, so you will pass most of its main sights and churches on your way, as well as you’ll have a couple of entrances. 

Tallinn Food Tour includes food-stops like: at medieval thematic tavern, street sales, eco-food-store, deli- shop, typical Estonian cuisine restaurant, and at a secret wine terrace in the Old Town. There are also some surprise stops en route. During this food tour you will get the first impression on the variety of culinary scene in Estonia, where it came and where is it heading for, along with stories and legends told by our professional tour guides. 

 

Basis

Private transfers and Scheduled tour
Private tours: availability and price upon request!

Duration 3 hours
Start / End Meeting point in the Old Town. 
Vehicle

none

Guide

English-speaking.

Entrances None
Meals

Various tastings making up for a full meal

Difficulty

Grade Easy to Medium. Walking required over uneven surfaces

Notes

AVAILABLE FROM MID-MAY TO MID-SEPTEMBER
Tour program may be reversed for logistic / planning purposes

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Kiel Canal
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Bruges (Zeebrugge)
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Paris/Normandy (Le Havre)
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Oceania Cruises: Insignia
Oceania Cruises' acclaimed Insignia has undergone a multimillion-dollar transformation to create a virtually new ship that is both sleek and elegantly charming. Her decks are resplendent in the finest teak, and custom stone and tile work. Her lounges, suites, and staterooms boast luxurious, neo-classical furnishings. Insignia offers every luxury you may expect on board one of Oceania's stylish ships. She features four unique, open-seating restaurants; a world-class fitness center and spa, eight lounges and bars; a casino, and 342 lavish suites and staterooms, nearly 70% of which feature private verandas. With just 684 guests to pamper, the 400 professionally trained European staff ensure you will wait for nothing.

Images are representative of facilities onboard. Actual configurations and interiors may vary.

Experience Oceania Cruises
Dining
Grand Dining Room
Grand Dining Room
Handsomely decorated in rich woods, designer tapestry fabrics and oversized armchairs, the expansive dining area exudes classic splendor. The Grand Dining Room's formally attired and classically trained wait staff graciously serve course after course of European-inspired cuisine or delectable alternatives such as healthy Canyon Ranch® signature dishes. Menus change daily with a brilliant choice of at least ten appetizers, soups and salads, and twelve entrées at dinner.
Polo Grill
Polo Grill
Polo Grill embodies all the elements of a classic steakhouse, expressing them with timeless reverence. Each course stands as the very definition of time-honored favorites, most notably the beef dishes, all of which are USDA Prime and dry-aged for 28 days to enhance tenderness and flavor.
Terrace Café
Terrace Café
Informal and carefree, the Terrace Café is wonderfully inviting any time of day. Feel free to dine inside or al fresco at one of the shaded teak tables on the terrace. First thing in the morning, enjoy sumptuous breakfast selections. Come lunch, the expansive menu of internationally-inspired dishes changes entirely. Evenings, the impeccably clad wait staff shines and the cuisine takes on a more sophisticated flair.
Toscana
Toscana
Presented on elegant, custom-designed Versace china, masterfully prepared dishes exemplify the essence of Tuscany and celebrate Italy's culinary passion. Classic dishes from various regions of Northern Italy are featured, many fro recipes that originated with the mothers and grandmothers of Oceania's own Italian culinary staff.
Waves
Waves
Sometimes, the ultimate luxury is casual dining on all-American favorites, a style laid-back Waves Grill epitomizes. Located in a spacious, shaded area steps from the swimming pool, Waves Grill offers an extensive and mouthwatering luncheon menu.
Baristas
Baristas
This delightful coffee bar offers java lovers complimentary illy® espressos, cappuccinos, and lattes prepared by our master baristas, as well as the delicious pastries, finger sandwiches, and homemade biscotti that draw so many to Baristas throughout the day.
Afternoon Tea
Afternoon Tea
Few tea times are as anticipated and inspired as Oceania's, a celebratory daily event that irresistibly draws guests to Horizons at four o’clock sharp. As a classical string quartet plays softly in the background, the staff glides through the room presenting bountiful four-tiered pastry carts filled with freshly made finger sandwiches, colorful petits fours, richly textured scones with clotted cream, and wonderfully sinful desserts.

Daily at 4pm. No reservations required.

Casino
Casino
Lady Luck always seems to be present in the Monte Carlo-style casino, coaxing jackpots and eliciting squeals of delight. Take one of the slot machines for a spin or join a rousing game of blackjack, poker, or roulette.
Grand Bar
Grand Bar
Before enjoying a gourmet meal, sample a rare vintage or imbibe in your favorite libation as you enjoy spirited conversation with new found friends amid the opulence of the convivial Grand Bar.
Horizons
Horizons
Horizons is an elegant observation lounge with dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows and a country club casual ambiance, featuring teatime by day and transforming into a sophisticated evening venue by night. Dance the night away to the sounds of a lively musical group and enjoy cocktails with friends at the convivial bar.
Martinis Lounge
Martinis Lounge
Martinis serves numerous incarnations of this famous cocktail in an intimate atmosphere, reminiscent of a private gentleman's club, and featuring live piano music.
Insignia Lounge
Insignia Lounge
From headline acts to comedians and magicians to lively jazz ensembles, the Insignia's ship lounge is the center of nightly entertainment aboard Oceania Cruises.
Canyon Ranch SpaClub®
Canyon Ranch SpaClub®
Healthy living and spiritual awareness are at the very heart of the Canyon Ranch philosophy. Pushing the boundaries of spa services well beyond the traditional, its award-winning health resorts have been transforming lives since 1979, when the first one was created in Arizona's spectacular Sonoran Desert. That unique, inspiring environment has been created aboard Oceania's ships.
Oceania@Sea
Oceania@Sea
Stay connected with family and friends, or monitor business developments, in the 24-hour Internet center, Oceania@Sea.
Boutiques
Boutiques
Three stylish boutiques feature a bounty of items ranging from sundries to designer casual wear. Feel free to browse through the array of duty-free merchandise including fine jewelry, fragrances, and Oceania Cruises logo wear.
Library
Library
Enrich your mind in the tranquility of Insignia's English-inspired library with over 2,000 books and periodicals ranging from destination-specific guide books to best-selling mysteries to classic literature.
Pool Deck
Pool Deck
Take a refreshing dip in the large heated pool or relax in one of the two whirlpool spas. Plenty of comfortable chaises and luxurious day beds invite you to lounge poolside while you sip your favorite cocktail.
Ship Statistics
Year Built
1998
Year Refurbished
2018
Year Entered Present Fleet
2004
Previous Name
R1
Country of Registry
Marshall Islands
Tonnage (GRT)
30277
Guests (Lowers)
698
Total Guests
684
Passenger Decks
9
Number of Crew
400
Officers' Nationality
European
Cruise/Hotel Staff Nationality
International
Total Rooms
342
Suites
62
Balconies
170
Ocean/River View
89
Interior
28
Accessible
3
Experience the warm and convivial atmosphere unique to Oceania Cruises: elegance without pretense. Feel wonderfully at home as you meet fellow shipmates, explore the ship, and prepare for the fascinating ports of call you will soon discover. Meet friends for cocktails at Martinis and share adventures you enjoyed ashore. Join an afternoon bridge game, or perhaps simply relax by yourself in one of the many private retreats reserved just for you.

The stimulating variety of entertainment options on board Oceania's ships continually ensures your interests are piqued. Enjoy an engaging guest lecture by a historian, naturalist, or former ambassador eager to share insider knowledge. Relax at a musical performance, perhaps featuring a live pianist, a classical string quartet, a dynamic vocalist, or a spectacular headliner. Later, try your luck at the elegant Monte Carlo-style casino or go dancing at Horizons.

Tipping Policy
How much you choose to tip is a personal matter and completely at your discretion. For your convenience, the following gratuities are automatically added to your shipboard account.

  • For guests occupying staterooms, gratuities of $16.00 per guest, per day will be added.
  • For guests occupying Penthouse, Oceania, Vista, or Owner's Suites where Butler Service is provided, gratuities of $23.00 per guest, per day will be added.
  • In addition, an 18% gratuity is automatically added to all beverage purchases, spa services, and dinner at La Reserve.

Naturally, guests may adjust gratuities while on board the vessel at their sole discretion.

Shipboard Policies
  • Internet Access
    Wireless Internet service (WiFi) is available throughout all ships.

    There are 16 computers available in the Oceania@Sea Internet Café on board each ship. The Oceania@Sea Internet Café is open 24 hours, until the last night of the cruise, when it closes at 11 p.m. Two additional computers are available in the library. Wireless Internet service is available throughout all ships.

  • Medical Emergencies
    Oceania Cruises has established contacts throughout the world with several different emergency rooms/hospitals where onboard doctors can refer patients for medical care.

  • Pregnancy Policy
    Oceania Cruises is unable to accommodate women past their sixth month of pregnancy.

  • Smoking Policy
    For the safety and security of all guests and staff on board, there are Designated Smoking Areas available onboard. These areas are comfortably furnished and conveniently located near food and beverage areas. Smoking is expressly forbidden in all staterooms and suites, on verandas, or in any areas of the ship other than officially Designated Smoking Areas. Smoking in a stateroom or suite or on a veranda represents a serious fire and safety hazard to all guests and staff. Guests choosing to disregard this policy will be disembarked at the next port of call and may also be subject to additional fees that will be imposed to cover the costs associated with any damage to and the required cleaning of furnishings, verandas, and surrounding deck and accommodation areas. All areas other than those specified as Designated Smoking Areas will remain smoke-free. This includes all guest suites and staterooms, verandas, restaurants, public areas, the Casino, and all other areas of the ship. Cigar and pipe smoking is only permitted on the forward, starboard corner of the Pool Deck. The use of electronic cigarettes is allowed within designated smoking areas only.

  • Special Dietary Needs - Advance Notice Required
    Special arrangements can be made for guests requiring diabetic, gluten-free, lactose-free, kosher, vegetarian, and vegan meals. Other diets must be requested for approval and, in some cases, may require additional medical documentation.

  • Wheelchair Access & Special Needs
    Guests with any medical condition(s) or special needs that may require treatment or attention or accommodation during the voyage, or needing to travel with medical apparatus, including wheelchairs, motorized scooters, oxygen therapy, etc., must advise Oceania Cruises in writing at the time of deposit. Please note some ports of call may not be suitable for guests with limited mobility and in such cases, may disallow debarkation with a wheelchair or motorized scooter or for any individual with limited mobility. Oceania Cruises is unable to accommodate women past their sixth month of pregnancy. Oceania Cruises has the right to refuse or revoke passage to anyone who, in its judgment, is in a physical, mental or emotional condition unfit for travel or whose comfort onboard may be compromised due to situations beyond the care that can be provided by Oceania Cruises. Oceania Cruises will under appropriate circumstances permit its guests to use special equipment such as those noted above, which satisfy the criteria stated in the Oceania Cruises' Policy Statement.

    Wheelchair Assistance

    If a guest needs wheelchair assistance at embarkation and debarkation, the request must be communicated prior to departure so appropriate arrangements for assistance can be made. If a guest is requesting wheelchair assistance at the airport, they must contact the airline directly.

    Oxygen

    Oceania Cruises does not provide oxygen for guests. If a guest requires oxygen, they will need to bring it on board with them. The guest may contact a supply company that will deliver it to the ship for them. Oceania will need to know how many containers, what size they are, and the type. Liquid oxygen is not allowed on board Oceania ships at any time. If the guest needs oxygen for their flights, they will need to arrange it directly with the airline.

    Delivery of Medical Equipment

    Having medical equipment brought on board is handled on a case by case basis. Oceania Cruises must receive the full dimensions, description of the equipment, name of the delivery company, and all other pertinent information prior to the cruise.

  • Currency
    Oceania Cruises uses a cashless system based on the U.S. dollar. All onboard purchases and services, other than the casino, will be billed to an onboard account. You will be required to register an American Express, Mastercard, or Visa card during the embarkation process.

  • Electrical
    Each stateroom has two 110 volt outlets and two 220 volt outlets which can be used for items such as battery chargers, hair dryers, razors, and personal hygiene items.

Public Rooms
  • Bar(s)/Lounge(s)
  • Card Room
  • Casino
  • Internet Café
  • Library
  • Show Lounge
Stateroom Amenities
  • Bath Amenities/Toiletries
  • Bath Robes
  • DVD Player
  • Hair Dryer
  • In-Stateroom Movies
  • Minibar and/or Refrigerator
  • Nightly Turndown Service
  • Private Safe
  • Sitting Area
  • Slippers
  • Suites
  • Television / Radio
  • Butler Service
  • Complimentary Bottled Water (and/or Other Beverages)
  • Fresh Fruit
  • Wi-Fi
Entertainment
  • Classes and Workshops
  • Educational/Enrichment Programs
  • Guest Lecturers
  • Wine Tasting Seminars
  • Cabaret-Style Shows
  • Dancing
  • Evening Entertainment
  • Live Music
Dining
  • 24-hour Room Service
  • Alternative Specialty Restaurant(s)
  • Casual Dining Venue(s)
  • Dining Style: Flexible Dining Options
  • Formal Restaurant(s)
  • Afternoon Tea
  • Café/Coffee Bar
  • Al Fresco Dining
  • Dining Style: Open Seating
Other Facilities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Business Services
  • Concierge Desk
  • Boutique(s) (duty-free)
  • Elevators
  • Infirmary / Medical Center
    Every Oceania vessel is equipped with limited medical facilities and staffed by internationally accredited medical personnel. Customary emergency room fees and charges do apply for medical services and are dictated by the services performed by the ship’s medical staff.
  • Laundry Service (nominal fee)
Sports, Health and Fitness
  • Acupuncture Treatments
  • Cardio Equipment
  • Fitness Center
  • Aerobics and/or Cardio Instruction
  • Free Weights
  • Full Service Spa
  • Heated Pool
  • Jogging Track
  • Outdoor Swimming Pool(s)
  • Putting Greens
  • Sauna
  • Shuffleboard
  • Steam Room
  • Weight Machines
  • Whirlpool(s)
  • Yoga and/or Pilates Instruction
  • Massage Service
  • Paddle Tennis
  • Personal Training
The generous dimensions of Oceania Cruises' suites and staterooms afford the ultimate in luxury. Interiors are decorated with traditional hardwoods, rich fabrics, fine furnishings, and original art. A fashionable color palette blends sea, sky, and comforting earth tones to create a soothing environment. Plump the goose-down pillows of the Prestige Tranquility Bed, an Oceania Cruises exclusive, and relax in bed while reading the latest bestseller. Stretch out on the plush couch and watch live news broadcasts or the latest Hollywood blockbuster on the flat-screen television. Relax on the private teak veranda, a feature of the vast majority of accommodations.

Information provided within these pages has been updated as of March 2020. While we do our best to ensure that stateroom descriptions and deckplans appearing in this website are complete and accurate, we cannot be responsible for inaccurate representations, which may or may not be under our control. Please reconfirm stateroom accommodations and deck placement prior to booking.

Inside

Inside Stateroom (F) $5,999
Inside Stateroom
  • Category: F
  • Deck 8
  • Deck 7
  • Square Feet: 160
Beautifully renovated with style and flair, these delightful private retreats boast 160 square feet of luxury. Highlights include a comfortable seating area, vanity desk, refrigerated mini-bar and plenty of storage. The ingenious use of space is complemented by the rich new decor.

Inside Stateroom Amenities

  • Prestige Tranquility Bed, an Oceania Cruises Exclusive, with 1,000-thread-count linens
  • Refrigerated mini-bar with free and unlimited soft drinks and bottled water replenished daily
  • Complimentary 24-hour room service
  • Signature Belgian chocolates with nightly turndown service
  • Plush cotton towels
  • Thick cotton robes and slippers
  • Bulgari amenities
  • Handheld hair dryer
  • Flat-screen television with live satellite news and programming
  • DVD player with extensive 24-hour room service menu
  • Wireless internet access
Inside Stateroom (G) Limited Availability
Inside Stateroom
  • Category: G
  • Deck 7
  • Deck 6
  • Deck 4
  • Square Feet: 160
Beautifully renovated with style and flair, these delightful private retreats boast 160 square feet of luxury. Highlights include a comfortable seating area, vanity desk, refrigerated mini-bar and plenty of storage. The ingenious use of space is complemented by the rich new decor.

Inside Stateroom Amenities

  • Prestige Tranquility Bed, an Oceania Cruises Exclusive, with 1,000-thread-count linens
  • Refrigerated mini-bar with free and unlimited soft drinks and bottled water replenished daily
  • Complimentary 24-hour room service
  • Signature Belgian chocolates with nightly turndown service
  • Plush cotton towels
  • Thick cotton robes and slippers
  • Bulgari amenities
  • Handheld hair dryer
  • Flat-screen television with live satellite news and programming
  • DVD player with extensive 24-hour room service menu
  • Wireless internet access

Obstructed View

Ocean View Stateroom - Obstructed View (E) $6,199
Ocean View Stateroom - Obstructed View
  • Category: E
  • Deck 6
  • Square Feet: 143
Centrally located on deck 6, these elegant 143-square-foot staterooms offer stylish new furnishings and a panorama window with obstructed views. Features include a vanity desk, refrigerated mini-bar, small breakfast table and an ample closet.

Ocean View Stateroom Amenities

  • Prestige Tranquility Bed, an Oceania Cruises Exclusive, with 1,000-thread-count linens
  • Refrigerated mini-bar with free and unlimited soft drinks and bottled water replenished daily
  • Complimentary 24-hour room service
  • Signature Belgian chocolates with nightly turndown service
  • Plush cotton towels
  • Thick cotton robes and slippers
  • Bulgari amenities
  • Handheld hair dryer
  • Flat-screen television with live satellite news and programming
  • DVD player with extensive 24-hour room service menu
  • Wireless internet access

Porthole

Ocean View Stateroom - Porthole View (D) $6,499
Ocean View Stateroom - Porthole View
  • Category: D
  • Deck 3
  • Square Feet: 165
The light from a classic porthole illuminates the stunning new decor in these 165-square-foot staterooms, tastefully designed to maximize space and convenience. Enjoy a comfortable seating area with a sofa on which to stretch out, as well as a vanity desk, breakfast table and refrigerated mini-bar.

Ocean View Stateroom Amenities

  • Prestige Tranquility Bed, an Oceania Cruises Exclusive, with 1,000-thread-count linens
  • Refrigerated mini-bar with free and unlimited soft drinks and bottled water replenished daily
  • Complimentary 24-hour room service
  • Signature Belgian chocolates with nightly turndown service
  • Plush cotton towels
  • Thick cotton robes and slippers
  • Bulgari amenities
  • Handheld hair dryer
  • Flat-screen television with live satellite news and programming
  • DVD player with extensive 24-hour room service menu
  • Wireless internet access

Oceanview

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom (C2) $6,799
Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom
  • Category: C2
  • Deck 4
  • Square Feet: 165
With the curtains drawn back and the natural light streaming in, these newly redecorated 165-square-foot staterooms feel even more spacious. A generous seating area, vanity desk, refrigerated mini-bar and breakfast table are perfectly complemented by the rich hues and stylish fabrics of the new décor.

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom Amenities

  • Prestige Tranquility Bed, an Oceania Cruises Exclusive, with 1,000-thread-count linens
  • Refrigerated mini-bar with free and unlimited soft drinks and bottled water replenished daily
  • Complimentary 24-hour room service
  • Signature Belgian chocolates with nightly turndown service
  • Plush cotton towels
  • Thick cotton robes and slippers
  • Bulgari amenities
  • Handheld hair dryer
  • Flat-screen television with live satellite news and programming
  • DVD player with extensive 24-hour room service menu
  • Wireless internet access
Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom (C1) $6,999
Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom
  • Category: C1
  • Deck 7
  • Deck 6
  • Deck 4
  • Square Feet: 165
With the curtains drawn back and the natural light streaming in, these newly redecorated 165-square-foot staterooms feel even more spacious. A generous seating area, vanity desk, refrigerated mini-bar and breakfast table are perfectly complemented by the rich hues and stylish fabrics of the new décor.

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom Amenities

  • Prestige Tranquility Bed, an Oceania Cruises Exclusive, with 1,000-thread-count linens
  • Refrigerated mini-bar with free and unlimited soft drinks and bottled water replenished daily
  • Complimentary 24-hour room service
  • Signature Belgian chocolates with nightly turndown service
  • Plush cotton towels
  • Thick cotton robes and slippers
  • Bulgari amenities
  • Handheld hair dryer
  • Flat-screen television with live satellite news and programming
  • DVD player with extensive 24-hour room service menu
  • Wireless internet access

Balcony

Veranda Stateroom (B2) $8,699
Veranda Stateroom
  • Category: B2
  • Deck 6
  • Square Feet: 216
Veranda Stateroom (B1) $8,899
Veranda Stateroom
  • Category: B1
  • Deck 6
  • Square Feet: 216
Concierge Level Veranda (A3) $9,149
Concierge Level Veranda
  • Category: A3
  • Deck 7
  • Square Feet: 216
Upgrade Your Experience

Located in the most desired of locations, Category A Concierge Level Veranda Staterooms offer an unrivaled combination of luxury and value. A wealth of amenities and a host of exclusive privileges (listed below) elevate the experience to the sublime. You will even have the services of a dedicated Concierge.

These luxurious accommodations feature a wealth of amenities, including many of those found in our Penthouse Suites. These tasteful 216-square-foot staterooms offer a private teak veranda, refrigerated mini-bar and plush seating area, as well as the added luxury of exclusive Concierge Level amenities and privileges.

Concierge Level Privileges

In addition to Suite & Stateroom Amenities

  • Priority Noon ship embarkation with priority luggage delivery
  • Complimentary welcome bottle of Champagne
  • Priority specialty restaurant reservations
  • Unlimited access to Canyon Ranch SpaClub®private Spa Terrace
  • FREE Internet Package beginning with Winter 2015-16 voyages
  • iPad®upon request+
  • Exclusive discounts on Internet usage plans
  • Variety of Bulgari amenities
  • Complimentary Oceania Cruises logo tote bag
  • Cashmere lap blankets, perfect for relaxing on your veranda
  • Complimentary shoe shine service
  • Complimentary pressing of garments upon embarkation++

+Limited availability

++Certain limitations apply

Concierge Level Veranda (A2) $9,349
Concierge Level Veranda
  • Category: A2
  • Deck 7
  • Square Feet: 216
Upgrade Your Experience

Located in the most desired of locations, Category A Concierge Level Veranda Staterooms offer an unrivaled combination of luxury and value. A wealth of amenities and a host of exclusive privileges (listed below) elevate the experience to the sublime. You will even have the services of a dedicated Concierge.

These luxurious accommodations feature a wealth of amenities, including many of those found in our Penthouse Suites. These tasteful 216-square-foot staterooms offer a private teak veranda, refrigerated mini-bar and plush seating area, as well as the added luxury of exclusive Concierge Level amenities and privileges.

Concierge Level Privileges

In addition to Suite & Stateroom Amenities

  • Priority Noon ship embarkation with priority luggage delivery
  • Complimentary welcome bottle of Champagne
  • Priority specialty restaurant reservations
  • Unlimited access to Canyon Ranch SpaClub®private Spa Terrace
  • FREE Internet Package beginning with Winter 2015-16 voyages
  • iPad®upon request+
  • Exclusive discounts on Internet usage plans
  • Variety of Bulgari amenities
  • Complimentary Oceania Cruises logo tote bag
  • Cashmere lap blankets, perfect for relaxing on your veranda
  • Complimentary shoe shine service
  • Complimentary pressing of garments upon embarkation++

+Limited availability

++Certain limitations apply

Concierge Level Veranda (A1) $9,549
Concierge Level Veranda
  • Category: A1
  • Deck 8
  • Deck 7
  • Square Feet: 216
Upgrade Your Experience

Located in the most desired of locations, Category A Concierge Level Veranda Staterooms offer an unrivaled combination of luxury and value. A wealth of amenities and a host of exclusive privileges (listed below) elevate the experience to the sublime. You will even have the services of a dedicated Concierge.

These luxurious accommodations feature a wealth of amenities, including many of those found in our Penthouse Suites. These tasteful 216-square-foot staterooms offer a private teak veranda, refrigerated mini-bar and plush seating area, as well as the added luxury of exclusive Concierge Level amenities and privileges.

Concierge Level Privileges

In addition to Suite & Stateroom Amenities

  • Priority Noon ship embarkation with priority luggage delivery
  • Complimentary welcome bottle of Champagne
  • Priority specialty restaurant reservations
  • Unlimited access to Canyon Ranch SpaClub®private Spa Terrace
  • FREE Internet Package beginning with Winter 2015-16 voyages
  • iPad®upon request+
  • Exclusive discounts on Internet usage plans
  • Variety of Bulgari amenities
  • Complimentary Oceania Cruises logo tote bag
  • Cashmere lap blankets, perfect for relaxing on your veranda
  • Complimentary shoe shine service
  • Complimentary pressing of garments upon embarkation++

+Limited availability

++Certain limitations apply

Suite

Vista Suite (VS) Limited Availability
Vista Suite
  • Category: VS
  • Deck 7
  • Deck 6
  • Square Feet: 786
Named for their sweeping views over the ship's bow, the four Vista Suites each sprawl over 786 square feet. Every creature comfort is here, including a second bathroom for guests and a private teak veranda. Listen to music in enhanced surround sound, or watch a DVD on one of the two flat-screen televisions. Access the Internet wirelessly on the provided laptop computer or iPad®.

Vista Suite Privileges

In addition to Suite & Stateroom Amenities

  • Priority 11 am ship embarkation with priority luggage delivery
  • 24-hour Butler service
  • Complimentary in-suite bar setup with 6 full-size bottles of premium spirits and wines from our suite beverage menu
  • Fresh fruit basket replenished daily
  • Priority online specialty restaurant reservations
  • Unlimited access to Canyon Ranch SpaClub®private Spa Terrace
  • Laptop computer with wireless Internet access
  • FREE Unlimited Internet beginning with Winter 2015-16 voyages
  • Complimentary iPad®
  • Exclusive discounts on Internet usage plans
  • Bulgari gift set and variety of amenities
  • Choice of daily printed newspaper
  • Complimentary Oceania Cruises logo tote bag and personalized stationery
  • Cashmere lap blankets, perfect for relaxing on your veranda
  • Complimentary shoe shine service
  • Complimentary pressing of garments upon embarkation+

+Certain limitations apply

Butler Services,

Exclusively in Suites

  • Course-by-course in-suite dining+
  • Order in from any of our specialty restaurants+
  • Coordination of shore-side dinner and entertainment reservations
  • Priority shore excursion reservations
  • Packing and unpacking upon request
  • Last minute luggage collection
  • Complimentary garment pressing+
  • Complimentary shoe shine service
  • Gourmet evening canapés
  • Special services upon request

+Certain limitations apply

Penthouse Suite (PH3) Limited Availability
Penthouse Suite
  • Category: PH3
  • Deck 8
  • Square Feet: 322
Our collection of 322-square-foot Penthouse Suites has been completely transformed with splendid new décor and exquisite new furnishings in serene shades of the sea and sun. Spacious enough for private in-suite dining the living area features a refrigerated mini-bar and vanity desk, and the granite-clad bathroom is large enough for an indulgent full-size bathtub. Relax on the beautifully furnished private teak veranda.

Penthouse Suite Privileges

In addition to Suite & Stateroom Amenities

  • Priority 11 am ship embarkation with priority luggage delivery
  • 24-hour Butler service
  • Priority online specialty restaurant reservations
  • Unlimited access to Canyon Ranch SpaClub®private Spa Terrace
  • Laptop computer with wireless Internet access
  • FREE Internet Package beginning with Winter 2015-16 voyages
  • Complimentary iPad®
  • Exclusive discounts on Internet usage plans
  • Bulgari gift set and variety of amenities
  • Choice of daily printed newspaper
  • Complimentary Oceania Cruises logo tote bag
  • Cashmere lap blankets, perfect for relaxing on your veranda
  • Complimentary shoe shine service
  • Complimentary pressing of garments upon embarkation+

+Certain limitations apply

Butler Services,

Exclusively in Suites

  • Course-by-course in-suite dining+
  • Order in from any of our specialty restaurants+
  • Coordination of shore-side dinner and entertainment reservations
  • Priority shore excursion reservations
  • Packing and unpacking upon request
  • Last minute luggage collection
  • Complimentary garment pressing+
  • Complimentary shoe shine service
  • Gourmet evening canapés
  • Special services upon request

+Certain limitations apply

Penthouse Suite (PH2) Limited Availability
Penthouse Suite
  • Category: PH2
  • Deck 8
  • Square Feet: 322
Our collection of 322-square-foot Penthouse Suites has been completely transformed with splendid new décor and exquisite new furnishings in serene shades of the sea and sun. Spacious enough for private in-suite dining the living area features a refrigerated mini-bar and vanity desk, and the granite-clad bathroom is large enough for an indulgent full-size bathtub. Relax on the beautifully furnished private teak veranda.

Penthouse Suite Privileges

In addition to Suite & Stateroom Amenities

  • Priority 11 am ship embarkation with priority luggage delivery
  • 24-hour Butler service
  • Priority online specialty restaurant reservations
  • Unlimited access to Canyon Ranch SpaClub®private Spa Terrace
  • Laptop computer with wireless Internet access
  • FREE Internet Package beginning with Winter 2015-16 voyages
  • Complimentary iPad®
  • Exclusive discounts on Internet usage plans
  • Bulgari gift set and variety of amenities
  • Choice of daily printed newspaper
  • Complimentary Oceania Cruises logo tote bag
  • Cashmere lap blankets, perfect for relaxing on your veranda
  • Complimentary shoe shine service
  • Complimentary pressing of garments upon embarkation+

+Certain limitations apply

Butler Services,

Exclusively in Suites

  • Course-by-course in-suite dining+
  • Order in from any of our specialty restaurants+
  • Coordination of shore-side dinner and entertainment reservations
  • Priority shore excursion reservations
  • Packing and unpacking upon request
  • Last minute luggage collection
  • Complimentary garment pressing+
  • Complimentary shoe shine service
  • Gourmet evening canapés
  • Special services upon request

+Certain limitations apply

Penthouse Suite (PH1) Limited Availability
Penthouse Suite
  • Category: PH1
  • Deck 8
  • Square Feet: 322
Our collection of 322-square-foot Penthouse Suites has been completely transformed with splendid new décor and exquisite new furnishings in serene shades of the sea and sun. Spacious enough for private in-suite dining the living area features a refrigerated mini-bar and vanity desk, and the granite-clad bathroom is large enough for an indulgent full-size bathtub. Relax on the beautifully furnished private teak veranda.

Penthouse Suite Privileges

In addition to Suite & Stateroom Amenities

  • Priority 11 am ship embarkation with priority luggage delivery
  • 24-hour Butler service
  • Priority online specialty restaurant reservations
  • Unlimited access to Canyon Ranch SpaClub®private Spa Terrace
  • Laptop computer with wireless Internet access
  • FREE Internet Package beginning with Winter 2015-16 voyages
  • Complimentary iPad®
  • Exclusive discounts on Internet usage plans
  • Bulgari gift set and variety of amenities
  • Choice of daily printed newspaper
  • Complimentary Oceania Cruises logo tote bag
  • Cashmere lap blankets, perfect for relaxing on your veranda
  • Complimentary shoe shine service
  • Complimentary pressing of garments upon embarkation+

+Certain limitations apply

Butler Services,

Exclusively in Suites

  • Course-by-course in-suite dining+
  • Order in from any of our specialty restaurants+
  • Coordination of shore-side dinner and entertainment reservations
  • Priority shore excursion reservations
  • Packing and unpacking upon request
  • Last minute luggage collection
  • Complimentary garment pressing+
  • Complimentary shoe shine service
  • Gourmet evening canapés
  • Special services upon request

+Certain limitations apply

Owner's Suite (OS) Limited Availability
Owner's Suite
  • Category: OS
  • Deck 8
  • Deck 7
  • Deck 6
  • Square Feet: 1,000
Immensely spacious and exceptionally luxurious, the six Owner's Suites are among the first to be reserved by our discerning guests. Spanning nearly 1,000 square feet, these magnificent suites are fit for royalty. Every imaginable amenity is found here, including a newly renovated bathroom with a lavish oversized shower, a private teak veranda, two flat-screen televisions and a laptop computer and iPad®for your personal use.

Owner's Suite Privileges

In addition to Suite & Stateroom Amenities

  • Priority 11 am ship embarkation with priority luggage delivery
  • 24-hour Butler service
  • Complimentary in-suite bar setup with 6 full-size bottles of premium spirits and wines from our suite beverage menu
  • Fresh fruit basket replenished daily
  • Priority online specialty restaurant reservations
  • Unlimited access to Canyon Ranch SpaClub®private Spa Terrace
  • Laptop computer with wireless Internet access
  • FREE Unlimited Internet beginning with Winter 2015-16 voyages
  • Complimentary iPad®
  • Exclusive discounts on Internet usage plans
  • Bulgari gift set and variety of amenities
  • Choice of daily printed newspaper
  • Complimentary Oceania Cruises logo tote bag and personalized stationery
  • Cashmere lap blankets, perfect for relaxing on your veranda
  • Complimentary shoe shine service
  • Complimentary pressing of garments upon embarkation+

+Certain limitations apply

Butler Services,

Exclusively in Suites

  • Course-by-course in-suite dining+
  • Order in from any of our specialty restaurants+
  • Coordination of shore-side dinner and entertainment reservations
  • Priority shore excursion reservations
  • Packing and unpacking upon request
  • Last minute luggage collection
  • Complimentary garment pressing+
  • Complimentary shoe shine service
  • Gourmet evening canapés
  • Special services upon request

+Certain limitations apply

Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Cruise-related government fees and taxes are included.

Fares are quoted in U.S. Dollars, are per person and are based on double occupancy. Fares do not include pre-paid charges, personal charges or optional facilities and services fees, as those terms are clearly defined in the Guest Ticket/Contract. Also not included are shore excursions, meals ashore, baggage handling, gratuities, beverages not part of the regular menu, laundry service and other onboard amenities and services, including spa and medical treatments, unless otherwise indicated.

All fares are quoted in US Dollars.

Deckplan Overview
Deck 11

Stateroom Key

  • Owner's Suite (OS)
  • Vista Suite (VS)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH1)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH2)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH3)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A1)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A2)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A3)
  • Veranda Stateroom (B1)
  • Veranda Stateroom (B2)
  • Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom (C1)
  • Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom (C2)
  • Ocean View Stateroom - Porthole View (D)
  • Ocean View Stateroom - Obstructed View (E)
  • Inside Stateroom (F)
  • Inside Stateroom (G)
Deck 10

Stateroom Key

  • Owner's Suite (OS)
  • Vista Suite (VS)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH1)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH2)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH3)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A1)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A2)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A3)
  • Veranda Stateroom (B1)
  • Veranda Stateroom (B2)
  • Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom (C1)
  • Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom (C2)
  • Ocean View Stateroom - Porthole View (D)
  • Ocean View Stateroom - Obstructed View (E)
  • Inside Stateroom (F)
  • Inside Stateroom (G)
Deck 9

Stateroom Key

  • Owner's Suite (OS)
  • Vista Suite (VS)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH1)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH2)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH3)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A1)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A2)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A3)
  • Veranda Stateroom (B1)
  • Veranda Stateroom (B2)
  • Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom (C1)
  • Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom (C2)
  • Ocean View Stateroom - Porthole View (D)
  • Ocean View Stateroom - Obstructed View (E)
  • Inside Stateroom (F)
  • Inside Stateroom (G)
Deck 8

Deckplan Key

Stateroom Key

  • Owner's Suite (OS)
  • Vista Suite (VS)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH1)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH2)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH3)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A1)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A2)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A3)
  • Veranda Stateroom (B1)
  • Veranda Stateroom (B2)
  • Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom (C1)
  • Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom (C2)
  • Ocean View Stateroom - Porthole View (D)
  • Ocean View Stateroom - Obstructed View (E)
  • Inside Stateroom (F)
  • Inside Stateroom (G)
Deck 7

Deckplan Key

Stateroom Key

  • Owner's Suite (OS)
  • Vista Suite (VS)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH1)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH2)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH3)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A1)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A2)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A3)
  • Veranda Stateroom (B1)
  • Veranda Stateroom (B2)
  • Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom (C1)
  • Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom (C2)
  • Ocean View Stateroom - Porthole View (D)
  • Ocean View Stateroom - Obstructed View (E)
  • Inside Stateroom (F)
  • Inside Stateroom (G)
Deck 6

Deckplan Key

Stateroom Key

  • Owner's Suite (OS)
  • Vista Suite (VS)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH1)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH2)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH3)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A1)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A2)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A3)
  • Veranda Stateroom (B1)
  • Veranda Stateroom (B2)
  • Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom (C1)
  • Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom (C2)
  • Ocean View Stateroom - Porthole View (D)
  • Ocean View Stateroom - Obstructed View (E)
  • Inside Stateroom (F)
  • Inside Stateroom (G)
Deck 5

Stateroom Key

  • Owner's Suite (OS)
  • Vista Suite (VS)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH1)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH2)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH3)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A1)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A2)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A3)
  • Veranda Stateroom (B1)
  • Veranda Stateroom (B2)
  • Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom (C1)
  • Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom (C2)
  • Ocean View Stateroom - Porthole View (D)
  • Ocean View Stateroom - Obstructed View (E)
  • Inside Stateroom (F)
  • Inside Stateroom (G)
Deck 4

Deckplan Key

Stateroom Key

  • Owner's Suite (OS)
  • Vista Suite (VS)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH1)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH2)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH3)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A1)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A2)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A3)
  • Veranda Stateroom (B1)
  • Veranda Stateroom (B2)
  • Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom (C1)
  • Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom (C2)
  • Ocean View Stateroom - Porthole View (D)
  • Ocean View Stateroom - Obstructed View (E)
  • Inside Stateroom (F)
  • Inside Stateroom (G)
Deck 3

Deckplan Key

Stateroom Key

  • Owner's Suite (OS)
  • Vista Suite (VS)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH1)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH2)
  • Penthouse Suite (PH3)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A1)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A2)
  • Concierge Level Veranda (A3)
  • Veranda Stateroom (B1)
  • Veranda Stateroom (B2)
  • Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom (C1)
  • Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom (C2)
  • Ocean View Stateroom - Porthole View (D)
  • Ocean View Stateroom - Obstructed View (E)
  • Inside Stateroom (F)
  • Inside Stateroom (G)