Tours for bus operators

Included services:

  • Ferry Amsterdam - Newcastle and back
  • 2 x nights in double-inside-cabin on bord of DFDS ferry according to itinerary
  • Ferry Holyhead - Dublin and back
  • 2 x breakfast on bord
  • 5 x nights with breakfast in 3* hotels
  • 5 x dinner in the hotels
  • Excursions according to itinerary 
  • 1 x guided city tour in Dublin
  • Tour guide (different languages available) from day 3 (morning) to day 6 (evening)
  • Entrance fee Cliffs of Moher
  • 1 x bus driver free

Optional services per person

(only bookable in advanc):

  • Surcharge double cabin outside: from € 35,- 
  • Surcharge single room / single cabin inside: from € 285,- 
  • Surcharge single room / single cabin outside: from € 310,- 
  • Surcharge 2x dinner on bord: € 60,-

NOT included services:

  • Bus provision
  • Fees for streets, toll, bridges, parking, entrance

Period:

April to October

Price:

From € 590,- per person in double room (with 49 Pax/Bus)

8-days bus trip (7 nights), incl. ferry, middle-class hotels, incl. half board

Amsterdam – Newcastle – Holyhead – Dublin – Kilkenny – Rock of Cashel – Cork – Cobh – Kinsala – Blarney Castle – Killarney – Ring of Kerry – Cliffs of Moher – Clonmacnoise

Your itinerary

Day 1: Germany – Amsterdam (TUE/WED/THU)

Bus travel to Amsterdam. Embarkation on the DFDS ferry towards Newcastle. Enjoy your dinner * and a relaxing evening on board. Your floating hotel will take you quickly and comfortably to the British Isles (1x BB in 2-bed inside cabins).

Day 2: Holyhead - Dublin

On board, you'll be fortified by an English breakfast buffet before heading straight through picturesque landscapes to Holyhead in North Wales. From there the ferry crosses to Ireland (1x half board in the Dublin area).

Day 3: Dublin – Kilkenny – Rock of Cashel  

In the morning, take a city tour of the vibrant capital, Dublin, where you can see the main attractions. Then leave the city of poets and drive to Kilkenny. Kilkenny is famous for many things: its castle surrounded by climbing plants, the flourishing arts and crafts scene, cobblestone streets, secret passages, a 1000-year history and great festivals. Together with your tour guide, you can take a leisurely stroll through the medieval streets of the city. Then visit Rock of Cashel. The kings of Munster once resided in the rock settlement (1x HP in the Tipperary / Cahir area).

Day 4: Cork – Cobh – Kinsala – Blarney Castle 

You're going to Cork today. Perched proudly on an island in the middle of the River Lee - here you go on a city tour with your tour guide. Cork captivates with its numerous bridges and the famous Old English Market, which invites you to a visit in the heart of the city. Then the trip goes back to the coast. Cobh awaits you, a place that is closely linked to the Titanic's maritime history. You will also be thrilled by the place Kinsala with its many colorful houses. A completely different side of Ireland's history comes to life at Blarney Castle. This medieval fortress is just a short drive from the city. There are dungeons, gardens and caves here. Don't miss the famous Blarney Stone here. It is said that whoever kisses him receives the gift of eloquence (1x HP in the Kerry / Cork area).

Day 5: Killarney – Ring of Kerry 

You reach one of the most beautiful panoramic roads in the world via Killarney. During a tour you can expect a unique mixture of rugged rocks and beautiful bays on the one hand, lush greenery and picturesque villages on the other. The views are really unique (1x half board in the Kerry / Cork area).

Day 6: Cliffs of Moher – Clonnmacnoise  

Breathtaking cliffs and Irish history await you today. The Cliffs of Moher rise 200 meters steeply from the sea and offer an impressive panorama. The route continues eastwards inland to the Clonnmacnoise monastery settlement. One of the most beautiful high crosses, the inscription cross, can be visited here. After your stay, travel on to Dublin (1x half board in the Dublin area).

Day 7: Dublin

In the early morning drive to the port in Dublin. From here the ferry crosses to Holyhead. Through Wales and England you drive to Hull, from where your subsequent ferry leaves (1x BB on board).

Day 8: Departure

After arriving in Amsterdam you will start your journey home.

Program changes reserved! 

Hotel description:

All hotels offer reception, bar and restaurant. The double rooms (occupancy: min./max. 2 adults) have a bath or shower / WC, telephone and TV. The single rooms are a bit smaller with the same equipment. Advertised hotel classifications are based on the country category. 

Included services:

  • 6 nights in middle-class hotels in double room
  • 6x breakfast buffet in the hotels
  • 6x lunch or dinner
  • Ferry Puttgarden – Rødby – Puttgarden
  • Crossing Öresund bridge Denmark - Sweden - Denmark
  • City tours in the capitals Copenhagen, Stockholm and Oslo 
  • German speaking tour guide from/to Copenhageb 
  • 1 bus driver free 

Optional services per person 

(only bookable in advance):

  • Surcharge single room € 200,-
  • Extra night in hotel in the area of Hamburg € 50,-

Not included services:

  • Bus provision
  • Fees for streets, toll, bridges, parking and entry

Period:

June - August

Price:

From € 570,- per person in double room (with 41 Pax/bus)

7-day trip (6 nights), including ferry, middle-class hotels, including half board

Your itinerary

Day 1: Copenhagen 

You can take the ferry from Puttgarden to Rødby in Denmark. Your first stay will be in the royal capital of Copenhagen. Explore the vibrant Danish capital with its mermaid, Amalienborg Palace, Christianshavn and Nyhavn on your own or on a city tour *. Overnight at the hotel in the Copenhagen / Malmö area.

Day 2: Gothenburg

Through the southwest of Sweden you get to Gothenburg, the second largest city in Sweden. Take time for your own exploration and get to know this lively and friendly waterfront town on your own. Overnight at the hotel in Gothenburg / Vänersborg.

Day 3: Oslo 

Along picturesque coastal scenery you will reach Norway by the Oslofjord. Here you have Oslo to explore the Norwegian capital with Vigeland Park, Opera, Royal Palace and City Hall on your own or on a city tour *. Overnight at the hotel in the Oslo area.

Day 4: Karlstadt – Lake Vänern - Stockholm 

From Norway you will pass countless lakes back to Sweden to Lake Vänern, the largest lake in southern Sweden. The provincial towns of Karlstadt, Örebro and Västerås take you to Stockholm on the east coast of Sweden. Overnight at the hotel in the Stockholm area.

Day 5: Stockholm 

Stockholm - also called Venice of the north - is located on 14 different islands and wants to be discovered. Stroll through the old town Gamla Stan with its winding streets and paving stones and get to know this traditional but also modern and vibrant city independently or on a guided city tour *. Overnight at the hotel in the Stockholm area.

Day 6: Göta canal - Vättern - Gränna

On the way through central Sweden you stop at the picturesque Göta Canal. Afterwards you will visit Sweden's second largest lake, Lake Vättern, where you can visit some traditional Swedish shops in the traditional town of Gränna, where, according to the centuries-old tradition of "Polkagris", sugar candy and crispbread are produced. Then continue to the south of Sweden. Overnight at the hotel in the Malmö area.

Day 7: Malmö (210 km)

After a visit to the former Hanseatic city and today modern metropolis Malmö on Öresund, the journey back via Denmark and the ferry to Puttgarden in the north of Germany and further home.

Program changes reserved.

Hotel description:

All hotels offer reception, bar and restaurant. The double rooms (occupancy: min./max. 2 adults) have bath or shower / WC, telephone and TV. The single rooms are a bit smaller with the same equipment. Advertised hotel classifications are based on the national category. Program changes reserved.

Hotel examples: 

Area Göteborg/Vänersborg: Best Western Arena Vänersborg, Herne Vänersborg; Area Malmö: Best Western Arena Malmö, Park Inn Lund; Area Oslo: Thon Hotel Triaden, Scandic Lilleström; Area Stockholm: Mornington Bromma, Scandic Upplands Väsby; Extra night area Hamburg: Tryp Hotel Wyndham Bad Oldesloe

Included services:

  • 7x nights in middle-class hotels
  • 7x English breakfast
  • 7x half board
  • Ferry Calais – Dover – Calais
  • City tours London, Liverpool and also excursion Stonehenge and Windsor & Eton included
  • German speaking tour guide from arrival UK to departure UK
  • 1 bus driver free 

Optional services per person

(only bookable in adavance):

  • Surcharge single room: € 190,-

Not included services:

  • Bus provision
  • Fees for streets, toll, bridges, parking and entry

Period:

all year, arrival sunday and monday

Price:

From € 520,- per person in double room (with 49 Pax/bus)

8-day trip (7 nights), including ferry, middle-class hotels, including breakfast

London – Portsmouth – Southampton – New Forest – Bournemouth – Bath – Bristol – Chester - Liverpool – Peak District – Stratford-upon-Avon – Oxford

Get to know the cosmopolitan city of London and England's most famous destinations with its historic towns, varied coasts and hilly landscapes, dreamy villages and historic castles and mansions with expert travel companions.

Your itinerary

Day 1: Arrival (80 km) 

Bus trip to Calais and ferry crossing to Dover. From a distance you can see the White Cliffs of Dover, the white limestone cliffs with the dominant castle. Upon arrival, drive through the Garden of England - the county of Kent. Overnight at the hotel in the London area.

Day 2: London

Explore the British capital on your own or choose the city tour * to discover Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, City of London, Tower Bridge and much more. Overnight at the hotel in the London area.

Day 3: London – Portsmouth – Bournemouth – Stonehenge* (220 km) 

Today it is on the south coast of England known for its historic ports and seaside resorts. You will visit Portsmouth, the most important naval port in England. Three of the most important ships in the world, among others the HMS Victory form the heart of the historic shipyard. Stroll along the old, very beautiful harbor or climb the Spinnaker Tower, from where you have a fantastic view. Then you will pass the important port and university city of Southampton in the extremely attractive New Forest National Park and continue into the well-known seaside resort Bournemouth, with its wide sandy beach and the classic facilities of a historic English seaside resort. The afternoon is at leisure. Stroll the beach, take a walk in the city center or take the opportunity to take a trip to Stonehenge *, one of the most impressive testimonies of early humanity. Overnight in the Bournemouth area.

Day 4: Bath – Bristol – Midlands (350 km)

From the south coast, it goes through the county of Somerset first to Bath, known for its natural thermal springs and the architecture of the 18th century. Then it goes to the west coast in the port city of Bristol. Explore the Old City with its cobbled streets and historic architecture, and enjoy the many restaurants and cafés that line up on the beautiful Harborside. Also worth seeing is the Bristol Cathedral, which is interesting for its unique architectural features. Then drive past Birmingham to the north. Overnight at the hotel in the Chester area.

Day 5: Chester – Liverpool (230 km)

The small town of Chester with its medieval old town with half-timbered houses and the traditional shopping streets is a magnet for visitors and residence of numerous football millionaires. After a stay drive to the former industrial metropolis and today's cultural capital of Liverpool, whose old town and harbor areas on the Mercy Side are partially declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to the Beatles and legendary football clubs. Discover Liverpool independently or on a guided city tour *. Then drive through the area of ​​the outstanding economic region around Manchester and past the Yorkshire Dales to Yorkshire Overnight at the hotel in the Yorkshire area.

Day 6: Yorkshire (280 km)

Discover Yorkshire, with its distinctive rolling hillsides and historic, world-changing industrial areas. Experience vibrant Leeds with its blend of modern and Victorian flair and visit historic York, stopping off at York Minster and driving through the steel industry center around Sheffield to the Peak District in the heart of England. Overnight in the Midlands area

Day 7:  Stratford-upon-Avon - Oxford (320 km)

Today, visit Stratford-upon-Avon, birthplace and home of William Shakespeare. Then it's off to Oxford to get to know the old town around the traditional colleges of this university town. Continue to the hotel in London followed by a chance to take a drive to Windsor at the foot of the imposing Royal Castle and Eton * with its elite school. Overnight at the hotel in the London area.

Day 8: Departure

Drive through the south east of England to Dover, where you cross the English Channel during the ferry crossing. Home.

Program changes reserved.

Hotel descrption:

All hotels offer reception, bar and restaurant. The double rooms (occupancy: min./max. 2 adults) have bath or shower / WC, telephone and TV. The single rooms are a bit smaller with the same equipment. Advertised hotel classifications are based on the national category. Program changes reserved. 

Included services:

  • Ferry Amsterdam - Newcastle and back
  • 2 x nights in double-inside-cabin on bord of DFDS Ferry according to itinerary
  • 2 x breakfast on bord
  • 3 x nights with breakfast in 3* hotels 
  • 3 x dinner in the hotel
  • Excursions eccording to itinerary 
  • Guided city tours in Glasgow and Edinburgh
  • tour guide (different languages available) from day 2 to 5
  • 1 x bus driver free

Optional services per person

(only bookable in advance):

  • Surcharge double cabin outside: from € 35,- 
  • Surcharge single room / single cabin inside: from € 215,- 
  • Surcharge single room / single cabin outside: from  € 70,-  

NOT included services:

  • Bus provision
  • Fees for streets, toll, bridges, parking and entry

Period:

March to October

Price:

From € 310,- per person in double room (with 49 Pax/Bus)

6-days bus trip (5 nights), inkc. ferry, middle-class hotels, incl. half board in the hotels

Amsterdam – Zeebrügge – Glasgow – Edinburgh – Stirling – Loch Lomond – Gretna Green 

Your itinerary

Day 1: Germany – Amsterdam

Bus travel to Amsterdam. Embarkation on the DFDS ferry towards Newcastle. Enjoy the evening on board. Your floating hotel will take you quickly and comfortably to the British Isles (1x bed and breakfast in 2-bed interior cabins).

Day 2: Glasgow

Through Northern England you can reach Glasgow today. It has changed from a former working-class city to a thriving metropolis of art and culture. On a city tour with a tour guide, you will see George Square, which is adorned by the Italian Renaissance town hall, and the cathedral dedicated to St. Mungo (3x HP in the Glasgow / Aberfoyle area).

Day 3: Glasgow – Edinburgh – Sterling 

In the morning you start directly in the capital of Scotland. Edinburgh will delight you! On an extensive city tour with a tour guide, you will feel transported straight back to the Middle Ages. Stroll along the Royal Mile from the royal palace to the castle, which proudly towers over a volcanic rock over the city. In the afternoon you travel to Stirling. The gem of the place is the magnificent Stirling Castle. Here the legendary Maria Stuart was crowned Queen of Scotland.

Day 4: Glasgow – Loch Lomond – Highlands 

Today promises pure nature. Your route takes you along the largest Scottish lake, Loch Lomond. Enjoy the views of the surrounding mountain slopes, which rise steeply to the lake shore. Surrounded by high rock walls and along rippling waters, you can then enjoy your panoramic trip through the Scottish Highlands.

Day 5: Glasgow – Gretna Green 

Gretna Green is probably the most famous marriage smithy in the world. Numerous English young people made a pilgrimage here, as the Scottish law did not require parental approval for young people aged 16 and over. Gretna Green is now one of the most popular tourist attractions in Scotland. Then go back to your ship in the DFDS fleet (1x overnight stay in 2-bed interior cabins on board).

Day 6: Departure

After arriving in Amsterdam tyou take your journey back home.

Program changes reserved! 

Hotel description:

All hotels offer reception, bar and restaurant. The double rooms (occupancy: min./max. 2 adults) have a bath or shower / WC, telephone and TV. The single rooms are a bit smaller with the same equipment. Advertised hotel classifications are based on the country category. Program changes reserved.

Included services:

  • 8 nights in selected middle-class hotels in double room
  • 1 night on bord of the ferry (inside cabin) Stockholm - Turku
  • 9 x breakfast buffet
  • 8 x dinner in the hotels and 1x buffet on the ferry
  • Ferry Puttgarden – Rødby, Helsingør – Helsingborg, Rødby – Puttgarden, Öresund bridge Sweden – Denmark
  • City tours Stockholm, Helsinki and Copenhagen
  • Entrance Noth Cape hall
  • German speaking tour guide
  • 1 bus driver free 

Optional services per person

(only bookable in advance):

  • Surcharge single room: ab € 490,-
  • Surcharge double cabin outside: € 50,-
  • Surcharge single cabin outside: € 100,-
  • Extra night in hotel in the area of Hamburg € 45,-

Not included services:

  • Bus provision
  • Fees for streets, toll, bridges, parking and entry

Period:

May - September

Price:

From € 745,- per person in double room (withi 41 Pax/bus)

10-day trip (9 nights), including ferry, middle-class hotels, including half board

Stockholm – Turku – Helsinki – Finnish Lake District – Christmas village Rovianemi – North Cape – Finnish and Swedish Lapland – Gammelstad (UNESCO World Heritage) – High Coast (UNESCO World Heritage) – Uppsala – Örebro – Gränna - Malmö – Copenhagen

You must have seen and experienced the North Cape once! But on this bus trip you will get to know much more. Via the Danish capital Copenhagen you drive across southern Sweden to the Swedish capital Stockholm, from where you cruise to Finland by boat and get to know the capital Helsinki, the Finnish Lakeland and Lapland before you reach the North Cape in Norway. On the journey back to the south you cross the Arctic Circle and further along the Bothnian Bay you will get to know spectacular coasts and then the vast lake landscapes of central and southern Sweden, before crossing the Öresund at the old Hanseatic city of Malmö.

Your itinerary

Day 1: Hamburg - Sweden (660 km)

You can take the ferry from Puttgarden to Rødby in Denmark. Passing the Danish capital Copenhagen, you travel by ferry from Denmark to Sweden. Along the west coast of southern Sweden and past innumerable lakes and forests you reach Småland and Jönköping. Overnight at the hotel in the Jönköping / Växjö area.

Day 2: Gränna – Stockholm (330 km) 

On the crystal-clear Lake Vättern, the second largest lake in Sweden, you stop in the picturesque village of Gränna, where you can see the local specialty - the Polkagris candy cane - and taste the delicious crispbread in one of the traditional shops. Then it's on to the Swedish capital. Stockholm - also called Venice of the north - is located on 14 different islands and wants to be discovered. On a panoramic city tour * you get a good overview of the most famous sights such as the town hall, royal palace, the leisure island Djurgaaden. Then you have time to stroll through the old town Gamla Stan with its winding streets and paving stones or visit the famous Wasa Ship Museum and get to know this traditional but also modern and vibrant city. In the evening, board the Silja Galaxy or Baltic Princess. After embarkation you should enjoy the cruise from the harbor of Stockholm through the unique archipelago landscape with innumerable islands and waterways before you cross the Baltic Sea and have the evening on board with the numerous offers of shopping, disco, cinema, bars and Sauna to enjoy.

Day 3: Turku – Helsinki -  Jyväskylä (440 km)

With a magnificent view you will cross the archipelago of Turku before you land in the former Finnish capital. On a round trip you get a good impression of this historic city with its dominant cathedral. Passing numerous lakes, you will arrive in the Finnish capital Helsinki. Explore Helsinki with its venerable cathedral, the modern Temppeliaukioa Church, the Orthodox Uspenski Church and its many witnesses of state-of-the-art design on a city tour *. Afterwards you will have time to explore the Finnish market with its local specialties at the old harbor. Continue through the wide landscape of the Central Finnish Lake District. Overnight in the Jyväskylä area.

Day 4: Finnish Lake District – Oulu – Christmas Village - Rovaniemi (560 km)

Drive north through the northern Finnish Lake District and stop in the historic trading city of Oulu, the economically most important city in northern Finland. Afterwards we will travel along the sea at the Gulf of Bothnia and through untouched countryside to the capital of Finnish Lapland Rovaniemi. This modern commercial and university city, located on the Arctic Circle on the Kemijoki and Ounasjoki rivers, is the economic center in northern Finland. On a tour you will see the Jätkänkynttilä Bridge, reminiscent of timber rafting time, and the architecture of the Arktikum Museum and Research Center, the Lappia House and the Town Hall, all of which are famous for their modern architecture, all by the famous Finnish architect Alvar Aalto were designed. But the highlight of the day is certainly the visit to the Christmas village. Here, Christmas music is played in summer as well. Before you have time to stroll through the Christmas village with post office and many souvenir shops, but you should cross the Arctic Circle after traditional polar circle (with cold water and pine branch). A photo with Santa is considered a special souvenir. Overnight at the hotel in Rovaniemi.

Day 5: Lapland – Sami - North Cape (680 km)

Through the north Finnish Lapland with its endless expanses and mountain formations you reach the Finnmark in Norway. Here live the Sami people, the indigenous people of Fennoscandia, in a region known for traditional handicrafts and their silversmiths. Then you will reach the northernmost point and highlight of the trip - the North Cape. Visit the informative North Cape (for a fee), explore the gigantic North Cape, enjoy the view of the vastness of the North and do not forget the souvenir photo on the big North Cape Globe. With unforgettable impressions you drive on to your hotel and spend the night on the North Island.

Day 6: Finnish Lapland - Levi (570 km)

Today we are heading south again along the sea. They make a stop in Karasjok, the natural capital of seed culture and have the opportunity to visit the Sappmi Park - a successful theme park that brings the life of the Sami people closer to you. Then we continue to the legendary Inari Lake. During a photo stop you have the opportunity to enjoy the mystical atmosphere and the sparkling lake - a true Finnish idyll. Continue to the Kittila Levi area, the region with the most famous ski centers in Finland, and a true leisure and sports paradise. Gorgeous mountains and nature invite you to sports and rides with reindeer and husky rides. Overnight at the hotel in the room Levi - Kittila.

Day 7:  Swedish Lapland - Luleå – Gammelstad (UNESCO World Heritage) - Skellefteå (460 km)

Today you leave Finland and get to know the north of Sweden. After crossing the Arctic Circle again you will reach the Gulf of Bothnia where you will stop in the largest town of Swedish Lapland in Luleå. The small university town impresses with its location by the sea and the imposing neo-Gothic town church. A journey into the past takes place in the UNESCO-protected historic village of Gammelstad, where hundreds of red houses are grouped around the central church, which dates back to the 14th century. Then we continue along the sea past islands and skerries through Swedish Lapland to Skellefteå. Overnight at the hotel in the Skellefteå area.

Day 8: High Coast - Uppsala (680 km)

Along the sea, continue south past Umea, a modern port city and center of salmon and herring fishing, the next highlight of the journey to the UNESCU World Heritage High Coast. This part of the Gulf of Bothnia is characterized by its steep granite cliffs and rocky islands that rise from the sea. The coast actually rises from the sea and it is the highest land elevation in the world. Afterwards drive to the historic residence and university town of Uppsala with its castle over the city and the cathedral, the largest sacral building in Sweden. Overnight at the hotel in the Uppsala area.

Day 9: Örebro – Malmö (670 km)

Over the painters See and Västeras you will reach Örebro, a lively university town with its picturesque castle on an island on the Hjalmären lake. Continue on the Vättern lake and the Göta Canal south to stop on the Swedish west coast in the historic Hanseatic city of Malmö. Discover the lively commercial city with its beautiful location on the Öresund. Overnight at the hotel in the Malmö area.

Day 10: Copenhagen – Departure

After crossing the Öresund, the final highlight of your journey, the visit to the Danish capital Copenhagen, is on the agenda. The royal city awaits you with its special charm - the Little Mermaid, Amalienborg Palace or the Royal Opera are just some of the sights awaiting you here. Explore Copenhagen on your own or on a city tour * with a certified guide Then take a short ferry ride to return to Germany.

Program changes reserved.

Hotel description:

All hotels offer reception, bar and restaurant. The double rooms (occupancy: min./max. 2 adults) have bath or shower / WC, telephone and TV. The single rooms are a bit smaller with the same equipment. Advertised hotel classifications are based on the national category. Program changes reserved.

Hotel examples: 

Vaxjö: Scandic; Silja Line; Jyväskylä: Scandic or Sokos; Rovaniemi: Scandic or Sokos; Nordkapp: Scandic; Levi: Sokos; Skellefteå: Scandic; Uppsala: Scandic; Malmö: Best Western Arena; Area Hamburg: Tryp Hotel Bad Oldesloe;

Included services:

  • Ferry France - England - France
  • 6x nights with breakfast in middle-class hotels
  • 6x Dinner
  • All excursions according to itinerary(incl. Stonehenge and Eden Project)
  • City tour London
  • German speaking tour guide day 3 to 5
  • 1 bus driver free

Optional services per person

(only bookable in advance):

  • Surcharge single room: € 190,-

Not included services:

  • Bus provision
  • Fees for streets, toll, bridges, parking and entry

Period:

all year, arrival sunday and monday

Price:

From € 400,- perperson in double room (with 49 Pax/bus)

7-day trip (6 nights), inclusding ferry, middle-class hotels, including half board

Calais – Dover – Brighton – Portsmouth – Bournemouth – Exeter – Plymouth – St. Ives – Bath – Stonehenge – London – Lille 

Your itinerary

Day 1: Germany – Calais

Bus journey from Germany to Calais. Overnight at the hotel in the Calais area.

Day 2: Dover – Brighton – Portsmouth – Bournemouth

After breakfast, ferry to Dover in England, from where you drive straight to Brighton. The city is located on the seafront and is known as an English holiday resort and because of its proximity to London also a popular day trip destination. Let the beauty of this place and the wide pebble beaches take their toll. Continue on to Portsmouth, the naval port town that is best known for its maritime history and the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. This shipyard houses the interactive National Museum of the Royal Navy, the wooden warship HMS Victoria, where Nelson died during the Battle of Trafalgar, and the HMS Warrior of 1860. The Tudor ship Mary Rose is also on display at the Shipyard Museum. From Portsmouth we continue to Bournemouth, today's destination. Overnight at hotel in Bournemouth area.

Day 3: Exeter – Eden Project – Plymouth

From Bournemouth, drive to Exeter, an ancient town on the River Exe in southwest England. The ramparts of Exeter date back to Roman times and surround the city center and Gothic cathedral. Exeter Castle, a famous Norman castle, towers over the verdant Northernhay and Rougemont Gardens. Then it's off to a climax in Cornwall: The Eden Project. Let yourself be carried away by the fascinating and largest greenhouse of the world into the different climatic zones with its tropical and subtropical plant world. Then continue to Plymouth. Overnight at the hotel in the Plymouth area.

Day 4: St. Ives – St. Michaels Mount – Lands End – Cream Tea - Plymouth 

Today you can look forward to romantic fishing villages, dramatic coastlines and golden beaches. During your tour, take a photo stop at St. Michael's Mount. The monastery settlement towers impressively on a rock in the sea. Continue to Land's End, the rugged cliffs in the far west. The place St. Ives is called by Rosamunde Pilcher "Porthkerries". Admire the harbor and the picturesque beach during a walk and enjoy a typical Cornish Cream Tea. Overnight at the hotel in the Plymouth area

Day 5: Bath – Stonehenge – London 

Today you drive to the spa town of Bath. The idyllic town is famous for its Roman baths, which were developed from the warm springs of the ancient Romans from 43 AD onwards. Visit probably the most beautiful city in southern England. Particularly impressive are the "Crescents", elegantly curved rows of houses made of honey-colored sandstone. A highlight should not be missed on a trip through southern England: Stonehenge, the mystical place in the south of England, visit (admission included). Here you can learn more about the approximately 3500 years old stories and legends of the world cultural heritage. Afterwards continue to London. Overnight at the hotel in the London area.

Day 6: London – Dover – Lille 

Before you leave England is still a city tour of London on the program. Discover the vibrant metropolis around Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, the House of Parliament and many more attractions. Then drive back to Dover, from where you take the ferry to France. Overnight at the hotel in the Lille / Roubaix area.

Day 7: Departure

After breakfast, you will start your journey home.

Program changes reserved.

Hotel description:

All hotels offer reception, bar and restaurant. The double rooms (occupancy: min./max. 2 adults) have bath or shower / WC, telephone and TV. The single rooms are a bit smaller with the same equipment. Advertised hotel classifications are based on the national category.

Included services:

  • Ferry Travemünde-Malmö and back (embarkation in Travemünde from 4pm)
  • 1 x dinner on bord
  • 2 x nights with breakfast (inside cabin)
  • 3 x nights with breakfast according to itinerary in middle-class hotels
  • 3 x dinner 
  • City tour with German speaking guide in Oslo
  • 1 Bus driver free

Optional services per person:

  • Surcharge double cabin outside: € 50,-
  • Surcharge single cabin outside: € 100,-
  • Surcharge single room: € 240,-
  • LEKVAD TRAVEL tour guide for the entire journey from 20 pax: € 75,-

Not included services:

  • Bus provision
  • Fees for streets, toll, bridges, parking and entry

Period:

01.09.20 - 30.09.20

Price:

From € 415,- per person in double room (with 49 Pax/bus)

6-day journey (5 Nächte), including ferry, middle-class hotels, including half board and city tours

Your itinerary

At the time of the Indian Summer in Norway, the country shines in beautiful autumn colors. The shores of the fjords are transformed into a majestic splendor of color and the birch forests glow in flaming red and gold. Enjoy the unique autumn color of the landscape at Aurlandsfjord and Hallingdal.

Day 1:

Bus arrival in the Lüneburg Heath. Let yourself be impressed by the heather blossom. The heath usually flowers in the months of August and September. At this time, the unique landscape of the Lüneburg Heath exudes its very special charm. The whole region shines in a beautiful purple and is emphasized by the silvery white of the birches. During a 2-hour stay in Lüneburg you can visit the historic core of the city. Afterwards drive to Travemünde (free time), where your ferry is waiting for you. (Check-in on board from 20:30, departure 22:00)

Day 2:

Enjoy your buffet breakfast aboard the ferry before you reach Sweden. From Malmö you start your panoramic trip along the west coast past Tjörn and Orust. The archipelago off the west coast of Sweden is known worldwide for its oyster and lobster safaris. You will cross the border between Sweden and Norway on the 60m high and over 400m long Svinesund Bridge, before reaching your hotel in the Sundsvollen area in the evening. (1x HB)

Day 3:

The stave church Heddal is your first destination today. Norway's largest stave church is a historical-architectural masterpiece. Engraved runes on the outside indicate that the church is dedicated to the Virgin Mary. Afterwards drive to Hardangerfjord. 170 km the fjord stretches into the interior of Norway. Between high mountains it is considered one of the most beautiful fjords in Norway. Overnight in the Kinsarvik area. (1x HB)

Day 4:

Let's go to the Aurlandsfjord. The panoramic roads of Norway lead you to Flam. Here starts the famous Flambahn. Take the opportunity and take a relaxing walk in front of a breathtaking backdrop at the time of Indian Summer in Norway. From Flam follow the bank of the Aurlandsfjord to Aurland. Here begins the Aurlandsveg. This is one of the most impressive tourist roads in Norway. Overnight in the Sundsvollen area. (1x HB)

Day 5:

In the morning you will reach Oslo. During a sightseeing tour with guide you will see u.a. the Vigeland Sculpture Park and the famous Holmenkollen. Located on the Oslofjord, you can feel the Mediterranean flair of the Nordic metropolis. In the afternoon you reach Gothenburg and can use the stay to let the lovely charm of the city appear before you are expected in the evening of your ferry. (Check-in on board from 20:30, departure 22:00)

Day 6:

Departure

Hotel descrption:

All hotels offer reception, bar and restaurant. The double rooms (occupancy: min./max. 2 adults) have bath or shower / WC, telephone and TV. The single rooms are a bit smaller with the same equipment. Advertised hotel classifications are based on the national category. Program changes reserved. 

Included services:

  • Ferry Travemünde-Malmö and back (embarkation from 4pm)
  • Night ferry Stockholm-Turku
  • 2x nights with breakfast on bord (inside cabin) Travenmünde-Trelleborg-Travenmünde
  • 1x night on bord (inside cabin) Stockholm-Turku
  • 7x nights in selected middle-class Hotels
  • 7x dinner
  • Entrance in North Cape hall
  • Fee for North Cape Diploma
  • Entrance Husky Center
  • City tour with German speaking guide in Stockholm and Oulu
  • 1 bus driver free

Optional Services per person

(only bookable in advance):

  • 3 x dinner on bord of the ferries € 99,-
  • Surcharge single room ab €510,-
  • Surcharge double cabin outside: € 59,-
  • Surcharge single cabin outside: € 139,-
  • LEKVAD TRAVEL tour guide for the entire trip from 20 pax: € 139,-

Not included services:

  • Bus provision
  • Fees for streets, toll, bridges, parking and entry

Period:

May - September

Price:

From € 760,- per person in double room (with 10 Pax/Bus)

11-day trip (10 nights), including ferry, middle-class hotels, including half board and city tours

"A phenomenon of nature is the midnight sun in Scandinavia A special mysticism accompanies the months of the summer turn and every traveler raves about the" White Nights ", in which the sun hardly sets, standing on the edge of the North Cape, only the waves of the Barents Sea from the North Pole. "

Your itinerary

Day 1:

Bus arrival to the ferry port. Enjoy the ferry crossing past the Danish archipelago to Sweden and relax on the panoramic deck in a casual atmosphere (1x BB on board).

Day 2:

After breakfast on board, the trip takes you to Lake Vättern. Only a few lake landscapes are as legendary as the Vätter region. It is one of the oldest cultural landscapes in Scandinavia. Then you reach Stockholm. A city tour with guide will take you to the most beautiful parts of the "Venice of the North". In the evening embarkation on the ferry to Turku / Finland (1x BB on board).

Day 3:

Today you reach Turku, the oldest city in Finland. Under the motto "Turku in Flames", the air was burning in Turku at the celebrations for the title "European Capital of Culture 2011". Curious motto, considering that the former capital of Finland burned down 30 times in history. Get acquainted with the history on a tour of the city with a tour guide before you drive through the "Archipelago of the Seven Bridges" (1x half board in the Oulu area).

Day 4:

Start today in the regions of the midnight sun. The "White City of the North", Oulu, the "Gateway to Lapland" awaits its guests with almost day-bright nights. Stroll along the harbor or through the city center before traveling to Rovaniemi (1x half board in Rovaniemi area).

Day 5:

Even in summer, Santa Claus awaits his guests in his workshop. The magic of Christmas will not leave you here and will take you back to your childhood. Then you will cross Finland's northernmost resort area. In the north, Finland thrills with deserted regions and a nature that captivates people from the very first moment (1 x half board in the Saariselkä area).

Day 6:

The Arctic Road connects people in Lapland. From Rovaniemi to the Norwegian border, you will be crossing pure nature. Lake Inari, the sacred lake of the Sami, is the second largest in the world north of the Arctic Circle. The mountains surrounding it and the 3,000 rocky islands covered with birch and pine trees are reflected in the clear, dark water. In the evening you go to the highlight of the trip - the North Cape. The slate plateau rises steeply out of the Arctic Ocean and casts a spell over the people. Especially in summer, when the sun does not set and it does not get dark, you can enjoy a breathtaking view over the Arctic Ocean in good weather. (1x half board on the North Cape Peninsula)

Day 7:

Today you leave the Norwegian fjord world again and drive to the land of bears & moose. Lapland is a myth and one of the most beautiful natural regions of the north. Lapland promises experiences that appeal to all senses and create lasting memories. The geographical location brings a unique climate with distinct seasons and unique lighting conditions (1x half board in the area Muonio).

Day 8:

After breakfast you travel along the border river Kemijoki to the Gulf of Bothnia and cross the river at Tornio. Experience the most beautiful stretch of coast on the Swedish side of the Gulf with a lavish variety of fjords, mountains and forests (1x half board in the Umea / Sundsvall area).

Day 9:

Uppsala is your first stop today. The two main attractions of Uppsala are the cathedral, the largest and tallest Swedish church, and the castle, whose botanical garden is one of the most beautiful in the country. Then you will arrive again in Stockholm (1x half board in the Stockholm area).

Day 10:

Today you can enjoy the tranquility of the forests and lakes of Southern Sweden. Smaland is home to the world-famous Swedish glassworks - here are 15 glassworks, each with its own unique expression and atmosphere. In the evening you will reach Malmö again, where your ship will be waiting for the crossing to Germany (1x BB on board).

Day 11:

After breakfast, you will return home.

Hotel descrption:

All hotels offer reception, bar and restaurant. The double rooms (occupancy: min./max. 2 adults) have bath or shower / WC, telephone and TV. The single rooms are a bit smaller with the same equipment. Advertised hotel classifications are based on the national category. Program changes reserved. 

Included services:

  • Ferry from Belgium to England
  • Ferry from Scotland to Ireland
  • Ferry from Ireland to Wales
  • Ferry from England to France
  • 7 nights in middle-class hotels in double room
  • 7x English breakfast
  • 1x night on bord of P&O Ferries (inside cabin) from Belgium to France including breakfast
  • German speaking tour guide from arrival UK to departure UK
  • 1 bus driver free 

Optional services per person

(only bookable in advance):

  • Surcharge single room from € 320,-
  • Surcharge half board € 130,- 
  • Surcharge double cabin outside € 50,-
  • Surcharge single cabin outside € 100,-

Optional services per person

(payable on site):

  • City tour Edinburgh, Dublin and London € 49,- each
  • or as a package € 112,-

Not included services:

  • Bus provision 
  • Fees for streets, toll, bridges, parking and entry

Period:

March to November, arrival sunday and monday

Price:

From € 455,- per person in double room (with 41 Pax/bus)

9-day trip (8 nights), including ferry, middle-class hotels,  including breakfast

London – Stonehenge – Bath – Bristol – Oxford – Chester – Liverpool -York – Dublin – Belfast - Loch Lomond – Glasgow - Edinburgh 

Your itinerary

Day 1: Arrival 

Our journey starts from the central departure points throughout Germany. In the early evening we will go to the Belgian port of Zeebrugge aboard the renowned P & O Ferries. Relax on deck and enjoy culinary delights, entertainment and a night cruise across the UK Channel. Overnight on board the P & O Ferries.

Day 2: Hull – York – Hadrians Wall   

We reach the north of England in the sheltered harbor on the Humber River in the historic city of Kingston upon Hull. After a short cruise, drive through legendary Yorkshire to York, a city surrounded by historic city walls. Admire the sprawling castle and one of Northern Europe's largest gothic cathedrals. Then we arrive at Gretna Green on the Scottish border, which was already marked by Romans as "Hadrians Wall". Overnight at the hotel in the Glasgow area.

Day 3: Glasgow - Loch Lomond - Edinburgh

After a morning visit to Glasgow, we will take a panoramic drive to Loch Lomond and then through the typical Scottish countryside to Scotland's royal capital, Edinburgh. Discover Edinburgh on your own or on a city tour * Overnight in the Glasgow area.

Day 4: Northern Ireland - Belfast – Ireland - Dublin

Along the west coast of Scotland we arrive to the ferry to Ireland, where we get to know the Northern Irish capital Belfast. Then you drive along the coast past the Monasterbaice monastery ruin to the south of Ireland. Explore the Irish capital of Dublin with the time-honored Trinity College and the trendy Temple Bar on your own or with a city tour * and enjoy the open and lively atmosphere of this city. Overnight in the Dublin area.

Day 5: Wales - Chester - Midlands 

Frühmorgens setzen Sie von Dublin mit der Fähre nach Wales über.  Entlang der malerischen Nordküste von Wales gelangen Sie nach Conwy einem bezaubernden Ort rund um eine mächtige Meeresfestung. Danach kommen Sie zurück nach England und machen Halt im mittelalterlichen Chester, bekannt für seine Fachwerkhäuser und Ladenstraßen. Übernachtung im Raum Liverpool. 

Day 6: Liverpool - Oxford 

Today we head to Liverpool to discover the modern port city and home of the legendary Beatles. Then we drive through the Midlands past the commercial and industrial cities of Birmingham and Coventry in the time-honored university city of Oxford. Here we have time to get an impression of this elite forge with its world-famous colleges during a stroll through the city. Overnight in the room South West England.

Day 7: Bristol – Bath - Stonehenge  

Today we visit the lively harbor town of Bristol at Severn. After a stay in the city center, head to Bath, known for its Roman spas and UNESCO World Heritage city center. Not far from here we stop at the World Heritage Site Stonehenge with its mysterious stone circle. (Entrance to the visitor center approx. € 20, -) *. Then we continue through varied southern English countryside. Overnight in the London area.

Day 8: London

Today, the British capital is to be explored with Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, City of London, Tower Bridge and much more. The easiest way is on a guided city tour *. After that there will be enough time for your own explorations in the royal capital. Overnight in the London area.

Day 9: Departure

Across the historic county of Kent we reach Dover where we cross the English Channel by ferry. From Calais in France we start the journey home.

Program changes reserved. *for an extra fee. 

Hotel description:

All hotels offer reception, bar and restaurant. The double rooms (occupancy: min./max. 2 adults) have bath or shower / WC, telephone and TV. The single rooms are a bit smaller with the same equipment. Advertised hotel classifications are based on the national category. Program changes reserved.

Included services:

  • Ferry Travemünde - Malmö and back (embarkation in Travemünde from 4pm)
  • 2x nights with half board (inside cabin)
  • 4x nights with breakfast according to itinerary in middle-class hotels
  • 4x dinner
  • City tours with German speaking guide in Oslo and Bergen
  • all ferries in Norway according to itinerary
  • 1 Bus driver free

Optional services per person:

  • Surcharge double cabin outside: € 50,-
  • Surcharge single cabin outside: € 100,-
  • Surcharge single room: € 275,-
  • LEKVAD TRAVEL tour guide for the entire tour from 20 pax: € 75,-

Not included services:

  • Bus provision
  • Fees for streets, toll, bridges, parking and entry

Period:

01.06.20 - 10.08.20

Price:

From € 510,- per person in double room (with 49 Pax/bus)

7-day trip (6 nights, includiing ferry, middle-class hotels, including half board and sity tours

Your intinerary

Day 1: Arrival

Bus arrival in the Lüneburg Heath. Enjoy the wonderful nature of the region. During a 2-hour stay in Lüneburg you can visit the historic core of the city. Discover z. For example, the "Old Town Hall" on Ochsenmarkt, whose large council chamber is decorated with masterful woodwork. Afterwards drive to Travemünde. Here you have the opportunity to have dinner before the ferry starts at 22.00.

Day 2: Frederikstad

Enjoy your buffet breakfast aboard the ferry before you reach Sweden. After disembarkation, start your panoramic drive along the west coast. They cross the border between Sweden and Norway on the 60 m high and over 400 m long Svinesund Bridge. The Idefjord separates both countries. In Frederikstad, your first stop in Norway, you will experience culture in all its facets, the lively quay promenade and the cozy old town of Scandinavia's best-preserved fortress city. After the stay, it goes to your hotel.

Day 3: Stavanger

From your hotel you travel through the province of Telemark to the stave church in Heddal. The ornate carving is one of the most beautiful stave churches in the country. The route continues through an impressive mountain landscape. In Nutheim you can enjoy a magnificent view over the elongated mountain valley Flatdal and in Seljordvatn, according to persistent rumors, a relative of the Loch Ness sea monster lives. The port city of Stavanger with the Svithun - Dom is your stage destination today. The old town with its narrow streets and 170 spruced-up white wooden houses is particularly idyllic.

Day 4: Fløyen

About Haugesund you come to Bergen. Today is the sign of the old Hanseatic city of Bergen. On a city tour with the RL you will get to know the Hanseatic city with its picturesque streets. Admire the old harbor district of Bryggen, which was destroyed several times during city fires. It was rebuilt to original plans and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979. In your spare time, it is worth visiting the world-famous fish market and taking the funicular to the Fløyen viewpoint - admire the panorama of the city. After your free time drive to your hotel.

Day 5: Aurlandsfjord

Let's go to the Aurlandsfjord. The panoramic roads of Norway lead you to Flåm. Here starts the famous Flåm Railway. Take the opportunity and enjoy an inimitable ride or take a walk in front of a breathtaking backdrop. From Flåm follow the shore of the Aurlandfjord to Aurland. Here begins the Aurlandsveg. This is one of the most impressive tourist roads in Norway. It leads to a height of 1,306 m, from which you have several views.

Day 6: Oslo

Before you start the journey, Oslo will inspire you. During a sightseeing tour with a tour guide, you will get to know the Norwegian capital with the Vigelandpark, the impressive town hall and the museum island Bygdøy. Oslo's flair captivates its visitors. In the early afternoon you say goodbye to Norway's capital. You travel along the Swedish west coast via the islands of Orust and Tjörn. The archipelago off the west coast is known worldwide for its oyster and lobster safaris. In the evening, enjoy the buffet on board the ferry.

Day 7: Departure

Hotel description:

All hotels offer reception, bar and restaurant. The double rooms (occupancy: min./max. 2 adults) have bath or shower / WC, telephone and TV. The single rooms are a bit smaller with the same equipment. Advertised hotel classifications are based on the national category. Program changes reserved.

Included services:

  • Ferry France - England - France
  • 6 x nights with breakfast in middle-class hotels
  • Dinner Day 1 an 6
  • Excursions according to itinerary
  • German speaking tour guide from day 2 to 5
  • Excursion to Windsor castle
  • 1 bus driver free

Optional services per person

(only bookable in advance):

  • Half board (Day 2-5): € 88,- 
  • Surcharge single room: € 190,-

Not included services:

  • Bus provision
  • Fees for streets, toll, bridges, parking and entry

Reisezeit:

March - November

Preis:

From € 375,- per person in double room (with 49 Pax/bus)

7-day trip (6 nights), including ferry, middle-class hotels, including breakfasrt

Calais – Dover – London – Windsor – Eton – Oxford – Brighton – Lille 

Your itinerary

Day 1: Germany – Calais

Bus journey from Germany to Calais. Overnight at the hotel in the Calais area.

Day 2: Dover – London 

After breakfast drive to Calais and ferry to Dover. Upon arrival on the British Isle, you'll travel through Kent's garden landscape to London. Drive to the city center, where you can get a first impression of the royal capital during a city tour. Overnight at the hotel in the London area.

Day 3: London

Today, your tour guide will show you the cultural city on the Thames during a full-day city tour. Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace or the Tower of London are world famous landmarks. Overnight at the hotel in the London area.

Day 4: Windsor - Eton

Today drive to Windsor, a city known for Windsor Castle, the largest private and oldest continuously inhabited castle in the world. Together with the Buckingham Palace and the Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh, it is one of the official main residences of the British monarch. Take the opportunity to visit the magnificent state apartments and the most famous paintings by Rubens, Holbein, Brueghel and Van Dyck. Also right on the River Thames and opposite Windsor is the town of Eton, connected by a bridge. Eton is known for its eponymous college, an exclusive boarding school. Later you drive back to London. Overnight at the hotel in the London area.

Day 5: Oxford

Today's destination is Oxford, the capital of the county of Oxfordshire and especially known for the famous University of Oxford and Oxford Brookes University. Oxford has many major tourist attractions, some of which are related to the university, such as: For example, the Ashmolean Museum, the Pitt Rivers Museum and the Bodleian Library. Let this historic city work on you. Then drive back to London. Overnight at the hotel in the London area.

Day 6: Brighton – Dover – Lille 

After breakfast, depart from London for the south coast of England to Brighton. The city is located on the seafront and is known as an English holiday resort and because of its proximity to London also a popular day trip destination. Let the beauty of this place and the wide pebble beaches take their toll. Afterwards we continue to Dover, from where you bring the ferry back to France. Overnight at the hotel in the Lille area.

Day 7: Departure

After breakfast, you will start your journey home.

Hotel descrption:

All hotels offer reception, bar and restaurant. The double rooms (occupancy: min./max. 2 adults) have bath or shower / WC, telephone and TV. The single rooms are a bit smaller with the same equipment. Advertised hotel classifications are based on the national category. Program changes reserved. 

Included services:

  • 7 nights in middle-class hotels in double room
  • 7 x breakfast buffet
  • 7x half board
  • City tours and excursions included: Rome, Florece, Venice with private boat, Pompeii
  • German speaking tour guide for the entire trip
  • 1 bus driver free

Optional services per person

(only bookable in advance):

  • Surcharge single room from € 155,-

Not included services:

  • Bus provision
  • Fees for streets, toll, bridges, parking and entry
  • Local tax appx. € 2,- per person/day (payable in the hotel)
  • Extra night in Tirol or North Italy € 33,-, with half board € 15,- and supplement for single use € 18,-

Period:

all year. Best travel period: March to June, September to November  

Price:

From € 355,- per person in double room (with 10 Pax/bus)

8-day trip (7 nights), middle-class hotels, including half board

Rome – Florence – Venice – Pisa - Verona – Milan - Naples

"Bella Italia" is always worth a visit, and one must see the most outstanding and well-known attractions of this country, which has shaped and influenced European history and culture for centuries. Be it the Coliseum and the Vatican in "Eternal Rome", the cathedral in the cultural city of Florence, the "Leaning Tower of Pisa", Tuscany with Siena and its medieval towns and world famous vineyards, the gondolas in unique Venice, the balcony of Juliet in Verona, the Scala and the Duomo in Milan, the Gulf of Naples with Mount Vesuvius and the fascinating Pompeii. In addition to the outstanding cultural treasures, Italy also offers a fascinating and varied landscape between the Alps, the Apennines and the Mediterranean and is home to innumerable culinary highlights, which are appreciated worldwide. On this round trip you will get to know all this up close and even more comfortably in the luxury bus with German-speaking travel guide from Germany.

Your itinerary

Day 1: Alps – Milan

From southern Germany you travel over the main Alpine ridge past mountains, castles and lakes with breathtaking views of snow-capped mountains, on the sunny south side of the Alps and on your way past innumerable vineyards and orchards in a country characterized by a Mediterranean climate and lifestyle. In the fertile Po Valley, old cultural cities and modern economic centers line up. After this journey through fascinating landscapes, you will arrive in the economic metropolis of Milan. Discover the majestic Duomo, Milan's Scala, one of the most outstanding opera houses in the world, marvel at the latest fashion right in the many upscale boutiques of this fashion capital of Europe and treat yourself to a first espresso or aperitivo in the venerable Galleria Vittorio Emanuel. Then it goes further south. Overnight at the hotel in the Parma area.

Day 2: Pisa  

This morning you will have the opportunity to learn about the secrets of the production of two of the most famous delicacies of Italian cuisine coming from the Emilia Romagna region - Parmesan and Parma ham - directly from the producer. Then you drive over the Apennines and along the Riviera of Flowers to Pisa. Marvel at one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Leaning Tower and Piazza dei Miracoli. Then you continue in Tuscany to the spa town of Montecatini Terme. Overnight at the hotel in Montecatini Terme.

Day 3: Florence     

After a short drive you will arrive in the capital of Tuscany, in the incomparable Florence. The imposing cathedral, the Uffizi Gallery, the romantic Ponte Vecchio - you must have seen this city. Florence is best explored on foot - discover the most famous squares and sights such as Piazza Signorina, S. Croce, the Duomo and experience the unique atmosphere of the Medici city on your own or take part in a guided city tour *. Overnight at the hotel in Montecatini Terme.

Day 4: Rome

"All roads lead to Rome" - your way leads through Tuscany to the "Eternal City" Rome. Basilicas and churches, palaces, sumptuous buildings, lively squares, babbling fountains, ornate bridges and bustling shopping streets will remain in your memory forever. Visit the world-famous sights such as the Vatican, St. Peter's Basilica, the Coliseum, Roman Forum, the Spanish Steps and much more independently or participate in a city tour * under expert guidance. In the late afternoon continue to the picturesque surroundings of Rome. Overnight at the hotel in the spa town of Fiuggi Terme.

Day 5: Naples

Passing the mighty fortress of Monte Cassino, you will reach the lively and impressive capital of Campania, Naples, at the foot of the towering Vesuvius. Discover this traditional but also quite modern city in the Gulf of Naples and get to know more about the way of life in the capital of the south with its offshore dream islands Capri and Ischia. Today, perhaps you should try an original pizza in the home of pizza and mozzarella. In the afternoon continue to the Roman city of Pompeii, which was buried in the year 79 at the eruption of Vesuvius. A guided tour * gives you an impressive insight into life in the Roman Empire of antiquity. Overnight at hotel in Fiuggi.

Day 6: Verona  

Through Lazio, Tuscany and the mighty Apennines, you will reach Bologna back in the wide Po Valley. The cultural and commercial city of Verona is your next outstanding destination. Admire the well-preserved Roman Amphitheater, now known as the Arena di Verona, a unique performance venue of classic Italian opera, stroll the narrow streets and busy and hidden squares, and visit the famous balcony of Juliet, scene of the love tragedy of Romeo and Juliet , Overnight at the hotel in the Verona area.

Day 7: Venice

The unique lagoon city, undoubtedly one of the cultural highlights of Italy, is waiting for your visit. Discover Venice and enjoy the unique flair of a gondola ride through the canals with more than 400 bridges or stroll through the sheer tangle of alleys and famous squares like St. Mark's Square. The easiest and most convenient way to do this is to take a tour with a certified guide and transport by private boat *. Overnight at the hotel in the Verona area.

Day 8: Departure

Drive over the majestic Alps back to the north.

Program changes reserved. *for an extra fee.

Hotel description:

All hotels offer reception, bar and restaurant. The double rooms (occupancy: min./max. 2 adults) have bath or shower / WC, telephone and TV. The single rooms are a bit smaller with the same equipment. Advertised hotel classifications are based on the national category. 

Hotel examples:

Day 1 Tre Pozzi Fontanella, Day 2+3 San Giorgio Montecatini, Day 4+5 Argentina Fiuggi, Day 6+7 San Vito Valpolicella 

Included services:

  • 5 nights in selected middle-class hotels in double room
  • 1 night on ferry of the Tallink Silja Line from Helsinki - Stockholm in 4-bed cabins
  • daily breakfast buffet
  • Folklore and dinner in Warsaw
  • Wine tasting
  • City tours Warsaw, Vilnius, Riga, Tallinn, Helsinki, Stockholm and Copenhagen
  • Excursion Hill of Crosses
  • Excursion Gränna
  • Ferry Tallinn – Helsinki Tallink Silja Line
  • Ferry Turku – Stockholm Tallink Silja Line
  • Öresund bridge
  • Ferry Rødby – Puttgarden Scandlines
  • German speaking tour guide
  • 1 bus driver free

Optional services per person

(only bookable in advance):

  • 5x half bord in the hotels or restaurants on the ferries € 95,-
  • Surcharge 2-bed cabin from € 35,-
  • Surcharge double cabin outside from € 75,-
  • Surcharge single room or single cabin inside from € 175,-
  • Surcharge single room or single cabin inside from € 250,-

Not included services:

  • Bus provision
  • Fees for streets, toll, bridges, parking or entry

Period:

March to October  

Price:

From € 330,- per person in double room (with 49 Pax/bus)

7-day trip (6 nights), middle-calss hotels, including breakfast

Warsaw – Vilnius – Riga – Tallinn – Helsinki – Stockholm – Copenhagen

Experience the ever-changing historical capitals of Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Sweden and Denmark on a fascinating journey through the Baltics and the south of Scandinavia on this combined bus and boat trip with German-speaking tour guides.

Your itinerary

Day 1: Austria - Warsaw

Drive east towards Poland. Welcome dinner with folklore in a local restaurant. Overnight at the hotel in the Warsaw area.

Day 2: Warsaw – Vilnius (480km)

Get to know Warsaw, this fantastically renovated and up-and-coming capital of Poland on a city tour with the most important landmarks and sights. Then drive through the north-east of Poland with its vast plains and countless lakes to Lithuania. Overnight at the hotel in the Vilnius area.

Day 3: Vilnius – Riga (288km)

The center of the Lithuanian capital Vilnius offers a well-renovated ensemble of baroque buildings and is not for nothing listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Get to know this charming city on a tour and try the local beer in one of the traditional breweries. Afterwards we will visit the place of pilgrimage "Mountain of the Crosses" and on to the next Baltic state to Latvia. The capital of Latvia, which is located on the Gulf of Riga, shines through its old city surrounded by city walls and the new town characterized by Art Nouveau buildings and is rightly listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy the lively atmosphere and get to know the city on a city tour. Overnight in the Riga area.

Day 4: Riga - Tallinn – Cruise Baltic Sea (320km) 

After visiting the Gutmannshöhle, a fruit wine tasting and the visit of the "White Dunes" of Saulkrast, it goes to the capital of Estonia to Tallinn. Discover the medieval old town, also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its numerous Baroque churches and the Kadriorg Palace of Tsar Peter I captivates on a city tour. Overnight in the Tallinn area.

Day 5: Cruise Baltic Sea - Helsinki – Turku - Cruise Stockholm (220km)

Cruise across the Baltic Sea on the Star or Megastar to Helsinki. Discover the most famous landmarks such as the venerable cathedral, the modern Temppeliaukio church and many contemporary design witnesses on a city tour. Before you drive through the south of Finland in the old Finnish capital Turku. After the embarkation you drive by scissors landscape by ship to Sweden. Overnight on the Baltic Princes or Galaxy of the Silja Line.

Day 6: Stockholm – Gränna – Skåne (620km)

Through the rambling scissors landscape you reach the royal Swedish capital Stockholm - also known as Venice of the north - which lies on 14 different islands and wants to be discovered. Experience Stockholm with Stadthuset, Royal Palace, the Old Town Gamla and much more on a city tour. Then you drive past the Göta Canal to the impressive locks of Berg and on to Sweden's second largest lake, Lake Vättern, where you will find some typical Swedish shops in the picturesque town of Gränna, where, after centuries of tradition, "Polkagris" sugar sweets and crispbread are made , Through southern Sweden we continue to overnight in the area Malmö.

Day 7: Copenhagen – Departure  

After crossing the Öresund, the final highlight of your journey, the visit to the Danish capital Copenhagen, is on the agenda. The royal city awaits you with its special charm - the Little Mermaid, Amalienborg Palace or the Royal Opera are just a few of the sights awaiting you here. Explore Copenhagen on a city tour. Then take the ferry after a short drive to return to Germany. Then home travel.

Hotel description:

All hotels offer reception, bar and restaurant. The double rooms (occupancy: min./max. 2 adults) have bath or shower / WC, telephone and TV. The single rooms are a bit smaller with the same equipment.

Ferries of Talllink Silja Line:

On the route Turku -Stockholm you can sail on the comfortable ships of Tallin Silja Line like Baltic Princes or Galaxy. The ships are modern equipped and offer comfortable cruise atmosphere. The cabins are standard inside cabins and have shower and toilet.

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