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Norwegian Explorer

Copenhagen Extension

wheelchair accessible scandinavian vacations



Wheelchair Accessible
Norway Vacations

Our wheelchair accessible vacations in Scandinavia visit the Northern Europe Kingdoms of Norway, Denmark and Sweden

Each wheelchair accessible vacation is custom designed for each traveler with a wheelchair.

Our accessible Scandinavian vacations include:
- Wheelchair Accessible hotels
- Self drive accessible vacations
- or chauffeur driven vehicles
- Wheelchair accessible vans
- English speaking guides
- Prereserved tickets

We specialize in wheelchair accessible vacations in Norway, Denmark and Sweden
General wheelchair accessible tourism and attractions
Family oriented vacations
Family Reunions & Ancestral Visits
Music, musicians and composers
Gastronomy, pastry & coffee
Collections for collectors

Norwegian Explorer

Day 1: USA Departure
Depart your hometown, arrive in New York and depart in the evening for Oslo, Norway.

Day 2: Oslo Arrival
Arrive in Oslo at 9:00 AM local time. Half-day orientation tour of beautiful Oslo. In the afternoon we recommend strolling in the Aker Brygge area for outdoor dining, shopping and local entertainment. Overnight in downtown Oslo hotel. Day 3: Oslo Morning sight-seeing in Oslo includes a visit to the Viking Ships Museum, The Kon-Tiki Museum and famous Vigeland Sculpture Park. In the afternoon see the Holmenkollen ski jump and Olympic Ski Museum.

Day 4: Oslo-Hamar-Lillehammer-Gjovik
Morning departure from Oslo to the Olympic region of Norway known as Troll Park. Experience the Scandinavian and Norwegian holiday dream in one place; the highest mountains, the longest valleys and the largest lakes. Visit Victorian Hammar and the hillside village of Lillehammer, both famous hosts for the last winter Olympics. Lunch at Troll Amusement Park. Overnight in the small village of Gjovik.

Day 5: Lillehammer
After breakfast visit the famous outdoor Museum Maihaugen at Lillehammer. Enjoy the afternoon shopping on the walking street "Storgata," famous for its crowds during the Olympics. Overnight in Gjovik. Day 6: Gjovik - Fagernes After breakfast depart for the cozy mountain village farm town of Fagernes. Visit the Valdres Museum of Folklore to examine the wonderful collection of national costumes from all over Norway. Dinner and overnight in Fagernes.

Day 7: Fagernes-Beitostolen-Geiranger-Nordfjordeid
After breakfast depart Fagernes to Beitostolen then onward pass the mountains of Jotunheimen (the steepest mountains in Norway). Continue to Geiranger, the most famous fjord in all Norway. One after the other the fjords carve their way miles into the countryside, surrounded by sheer mountains, awesome glaciers, untamed waterfalls, and flourishing gardens. Lunch at Geiranger Fjord. Continuing to Nordfjordeid by way of Hornindal. Overnight at Nordfjordeid.

Day 8: Nordfjordeid-Briksdalen-Forde
After breakfast a ferry ride across the fjord to the Briksdalen Glacier, the most famous glacier in Norway. Experience the glacier first hand as specially equipped horse drawn sleigh transports you directly onto the glacier. Overnight in Forde.

Day 9: Forde-Balestrand-Hardanger
Another fantastic day in the land of the fjords. After breakfast pass the mountain plateau of Gaularfjell until you arrive at Balestrand, the most famous spot at Sognefjord. Lunch at the quaint Kvikness Hotel and it's another ferry ride across the fjord to your elegant hotel offering fantastic views of the fjord.

Day 10: Hardanger-Bergen
While in fjordland, we make use of another ferry ride in the Hardangerfjord from Ulvik to Nordheimsund. In the afternoon stop at Stendalsfossen Water Falls before continuing on to Bergen.

Day 11: Bergen
In the city where locals' proclaim "we're not from Norway, we're from Bergen," there's a full-day of sight-seeing in the capitol of the fjords. Visits include the famous composer Griegs' home "Troldhauger," the Hanseatic Museum, and the Bryggen fish and flower market. Overnight in Bergen.

Day 12: Bergen - Norefjell
Morning tour to the Isle of Sotra. Lunch at the Marsteinen Fjord Hotel. Afternoon at leisure for shopping or strolling along the walking street. Farewell dinner tonight. Overnight in Bergen.

Day 13: Norefjell-USA
Transfer to the airport for your homeward flight.

Tour rates are determined by the level of accommodations, requested guide services, the number of travelers & dates of travel.
For any questions or additional details, contact Accessible Journeys.


Copenhagen Extension

Day 1: Copenhagen arrival
Morning arrival in Copenhagen. Meet local guide and enjoy a half day orientation tour. Transfer to the hotel after 12:00 noon.

Day 2: Copenhagen
Full-day sight-seeing in Copenhagen. Awarded the Capitol of the year for Culture in Europe in 1996 there are many places to see and visit. Visits to the cathedral of Roskilde and Hamlet's Castle Kronborg. Overnight in Copenhagen suburb.

Day 3 - Copenhagen
Free day for independent activities and shopping. We highly recommend the famous shopping street "Stroget" where no cars are allowed. Here you will find "The Illums," the largest shopping center in Copenhagen.

Day 4 - Copenhagen departure
Morning free for lazy minute independent activities. Transfer to the Queen of Scandinavia coastal steamer for a 5:00 PM departure to Oslo, Norway, or transfer to the airport for departure.

Tour rates are determined by the level of accommodations, requested guide services, the number of travelers & dates of travel.
For any questions or additional details, contact Accessible Journeys.



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