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Bergen, Norway

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3 HRS

Easy

sightseeing

unesco
Bergen, Best of Bergen & Mount Ulriken
On this introduction to lovely Bergen you will board a motor coach to sightsee through downtown Bergen with its old wooden Hanseatic pier, Bryggen, the medieval King Håkon’s Hall, erected during the reign of King Håkon Håkonsson, the Rosenkrantz Tower, St. Mary’s Church, built around 1170, and one of the finest examples of Romanesque architecture in Norway, the peninsula Nordnes, Bergen Theater (Den National Scene), and Grieghallen, the modern concert hall named after Norway’s great composer, Edvard Grieg. Your tour will continue over to Kalfaret, the noble residential area of Bergen, and on to the main attraction of the day - Ulriken Mountain. You will be taken by cable car to the highest of Bergen’s famous "Seven Mountains," Ulriken, to spectacular scenery and mountain terrain 2,100 feet above the city streets.  From the summit, at the Sky:skraperen you will be introduced to one  of the local specialties while you enjoy magnificent views of Bergen and the surrounding area - the sea, the islands, fjords, and mountains, before  returning back to the lower station to board your motor coach for a short trip back to the pier.  

Please note:  People can stay on the motor coach if walking becomes too strenuous during the tour. There is a ramp and lift at the Ulriken cable car.


price $179
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1.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

unesco

sightseeing

concierge
Bergen, Concierge Collection: Helicopter Fjord Adventure
Join this exhilarating helicopter flight over Bergen and the surrounding areas. This tour  will combine the beautiful areas around Bergen and the Folgefonna Glacier just next to the Hardangerfjord.  This is Norway's third largest glacier and the highest point is 5,415 feet above sea level. Take in a bird's eye view over Mount Ulriken and Mount Fløyen, the archipelago outside Bergen and of course Bryggen – listed as a UNESCO site.

Please note:  Timings are approximate and subject to modifications. This excursion is not recommended for guests with physical/walking disabilities or who suffer from motion sickness and/or vertigo, nor guests who have a fear of heights and enclosed spaces. It is recommended that guests dress in layered clothing and wear flat, comfortable shoes.  Due to flight weight restrictions, guests must register their body weight.


price $649
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Olden, Norway



3.5 HRS

Easy

outdoors

refreshments

sightseeing
Olden, Briksdals Glacier
The village of Olden is situated at the end of the innermost arm of lovely Nordfjord, which cuts its way inland to the mighty ice fields of the Jostedals Glacier, Europe’s largest glacier. Briksdal Glacier, your destination on this tour, is one of its arms.Leaving Olden’s center by coach with your guide, you will pass two picturesque churches and the beautiful lakes Floren and Olden. At the end of the valley lies Rustøen, around which numerous waterfalls tumble from the ice field. The road ascends through woodlands to the Briksdalen Inn, where you will leave the coach.  The powerful Briksdal Glacier is a part of the Jostedal Glacier National Park. The wild glacier swoops down from a height of 3,927 feet to the lush, narrow Briksdal Valley. When you arrive at Briksdal Fjellstove the “Troll cars” will be waiting to take you safely to where the road ends – at the famous glacier. It’s a fantastic trip on a narrow road that crosses the foaming glacier stream twice.  You will return to Briksdal Fjellstove which has been the meeting place for hill walkers and mountaineers in Briksdalen for several generations. Here you will be served some coffee/tea and cake before your return by bus to Olden and the ship. 

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes and dress in warm layers.


price $229
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2.5 HRS

Easy

outdoors

refreshments

walking

sightseeing
Olden, Cable Car to Mt. Hoven
Your coach will take you to the new and spectacular Cable Car, finished in May 2017, that will take you 3,317 feet to the top of  Mount Hoven in only 6 minutes. From here you will find spectacular views over the Olden and Loen valleys. You will be served coffee/tea and cake as you see parts of the grand Jostedals Glacier, the largest glacier in continental Europe fed by the heavy snowfall in the region. You will also overlook the jade green water of the Loen- and Briksdal’s lake, and of course your ship. There will be opportunities to do a hiking tour on the several paths that you can find on top. There are 2 easy paths, some moderate and even strenuous paths for those who would like a challenge.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes and dress in warm layers.

price $129
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3 HRS

Moderate

walking

dining

sightseeing

essentials
Olden, Kjenndal Glacier Wonders
Enjoy a scenic 50-minute drive to Kjenndal Glacier, where you can take a leisurely stroll to have a closer look at the lowest glacier arm of the mighty Jostedal Glacier, the largest glacier in mainland Europe. Leave the charming village of Olden, at the head of the beautiful Nordfjord, you will drive along its shores toward the popular village of Loen. This small village offers you the pleasure of its fjord, Loen Lake, glaciers, high mountains and luxuriant plant life. Continue to the Kjenndal Valley where you will experience the lovely, troll-like atmosphere in Lodalen, and the jade green, mirror of Loen Lake. You will be surrounded by mountains covered by protruding glacier arms.  Upon arrival at the trailhead you can take a short stroll to the glacier viewpoint where you can view the magnificent Kjenndal Glacier nestled between two high mountain tops with glistening waterfalls. Continuing to Kjenndalstova, situated on the shore of Lake Loen, you will enjoy waffles and coffee in beautiful surroundings.  

Please note:  It is recommended that guests dress in layered clothing, wear comfortable walking shoes and are prepared for inclement weather.  The optional walk to the viewpoint is on a dirt and gravel path with gradual slopes and is approximately .5 miles round trip.


price $229
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4 HRS

Strenuous

hiking

dining

sightseeing

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Olden, Nordfjord Mountain Hike
Join a local for a scenic and adventurous hike along waterfalls, through wilderness with spectacular views of Nordfjord. Your trek  will begin at a local farm and take you on a classic western Norwegian path, which was made hundreds of years ago by animals.  After an approximate 1-hour hike on rather steep terrain you will reach a pasture and a cabin, where you will enjoy a traditional meal while your guide shares stories about life in Olden. 

Please note:  Participants must be in good physical condition.  Although the hike is only 1.25 miles each way, the trail is considered to be rather steep for the average person. Wear sturdy walking shoes (preferably hiking boots) and dress in warm, layered clothing.  Bring rain gear in case of inclement weather.   


price $185
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4.5 HRS

Easy

outdoors

refreshments

sightseeing
Olden, Nordfjord Panoramas
On this excursion, you will have superb views of the Nordfjord, the 5th largest fjord in Norway and the Hornindal Lake, the deepest lake in Northern Europe. You will board your motor coach and head along the northern banks of the Nordfjord through the beautiful settlements of Blakset, Fjelli and Hopland. On the viewpoint at Nos, there is a stunning view of the Nordfjord and its western mountains. Another panorama is at Kvalen before you will head down to the fjord again in Hennebygda and continue to Nordfjordeid. Nordfjordeid lies in the heart of the Nordfjord region and is a communications hub where the two main roads cross each other. Nordfjordeid is the main commercial center in the Nordfjord region. Here you will make a stop and get served some delicious cakes and coffee/tea at Nordfjord Hotell, which is located just outside the center of town. You will return to Olden along the crystal clear Hornindal Lake with picturesque small islands and high, ragged mountains. The Hornindalsvatnet Lake is the deepest lake in Europe, 1,686 feet deep. None of the glacier streams run out into the lake and the result is Europe´s clearest lake. Your tour will end  at the pier in Olden where the ship will be waiting.

Please note:  It is recommended that guests dress in warm layered clothing and wear flat comfortable shoes.


price $269
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Stavanger, Norway



1.5 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing
Stavanger, Helicopter Adventure
After a short transfer by van to Stavanger Airport you will join your experienced pilot for an amazing helicopter journey over Stavanger and the famous Lysefjord. Your flight will start over the city of Stavanger before your captain will take you on a journey to the scenic archipelago beyond. On the many islands you will notice the beautiful holiday homes and their private piers. Soon your flight will reach Lysefjord, the so called "Fjord of the Light," where your pilot will skillfully hover above the fjord making his way towards the renowned Pulpit Rock. Once the sheer cliffs of the Lysefjord come in sight the famous Pulpit Rock appears in front of you. Your pilot will first hover beneath the large stone mass before he takes you above the plateau where you can marvel at its amazing flat surface and perhaps wave at some of hikers who have made their way up the cliff on foot. Actual flight time: 30 minutes

Please note: Guests must be able to embark/disembark helicopter independently.


price $549
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Kristiansand, Norway



2 HRS

Moderately
easy

walking

sightseeing

essentials
Kristiansand by Foot
Explore the major sights and landmarks of charming Kristiansand during a leisurely walk. Your guide will take you on an informative stroll through the town’s 370-year history. See interesting sights such the modernist Kilden Performing Arts Centre, then walk through a charming residential area where some of its white-painted houses date back to the 18th century. View Christiansholm Fortress, an enclosed defensive fortification built near the shore in 1672 to defend the harbor; it still displays eight of its bronze cannons from the 17th and 18th centuries. Pass by Kristiansand Cathedral, built on the site of two former cathedrals and completed in 1885. This pale brick and concrete, neo-Gothic style building is one of Norway’s largest churches. Then, stroll to the refurbished and bustling Fiskebrygga. A former fish landing, its colorful wood-fronted buildings now hold restaurants, shops and a fish market. 

Please note: This walking tour involves uneven surfaces, cobblestone roads, gradual inclines, and covers approximately 1.2 miles (2km). It is recommended that guests dress layered clothing and wear flat, comfortable walking shoes.


price $69
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3.5 HRS

Strenuous

hiking

refreshments

outdoors

sightseeing

essentials
Kristiansand, A Norwegian Forest Hike
This 2-mile trek is ideal for the keen hiker and nature lover. After a short  motor coach journey you will arrive at Baneheia, a forested area located on the outskirts of town. You will walk up to a vantage point overlooking Kristiansand and the sea. Trek through the forest along lakes popular for swimming in summer and ice skating in winter. You will then descend to the quaint park of Ravnedalen. This tranquil haven was beautifully planted by soldiers in the 1870s. It took them four years to transform the hilly swamp to soothing gardens. The former gardener’s residence is today a popular café and restaurant, where you will be served traditional waffles and coffee.  The walk is mainly on footpaths and tracks though hilly at times. After enjoying the beauty of Ravnedalen you will return to the ship by motor coach.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes. This tour requires an extensive amount of physical activity and is recommended only for those guests who are physically fit and experienced with hiking. Hiking trail involves, uneven terrain, loose gravel, gradual and steep slopes, and covers approximately 3km depending on the ability of the group. It is recommended that guests dress in layered clothing and wear sturdy walking or hiking shoes.


price $159
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3.5 HRS

Moderate
Kristiansand, Culinary Delights of Norway
Norwegian salmon has earned itself a worldwide reputation. On this culinary tour you will explore a few more seafood delights, sample beer at a local microbrewery, and enjoy some freshly baked pastries. You will have a short stroll from the ship is the local fish market, bustling in summer with locals and visitors alike. An award-winning fish cake, a scrumptious crab salad, and obviously the aforementioned salmon are some of the delicacies that may be on your platter.  From the fish market you will walk with your guide past a few of the sites in town before arriving at a local microbrewery. On the menu is a selection of the beers brewed on site and some snacks. To conclude your culinary walk your guide will take you to a bakery for some freshly baked temptations. Thoroughly contented you will stroll back to the ship after this tasty meeting with Kristiansand.

Please note: Wear good walking shoes, layered clothing, and bring an umbrella or waterproof jacket in case of inclement weather.

price $179
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2 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing

essentials
Kristiansand, Kristiansand Guided Segway Tour
The guided tour will start at the cruise pier next to Kilden Theatre and Concert Hall. You will be given information and test the Segway first to get the feel of it, before your local Segway guide will take you around the city. The tour will go to the Fish Market, Hartmann's Pier, Sjøhuset, Otterdal Park, the guest harbor, Kristiansand Fortress, the City Beach / Aquarama, Tangen, Rriverside Otra, the Old Town, Wergeland Park, the Cathedral and back to Kilden. Short stops will be made along the way so that the guide can tell you about what you see and answer any questions you may have.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes, layered clothing and bring a waterproof jacket in case of inclement weather.


price $239
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4 HRS

Moderate

culture

walking

boating
Kristiansand, The Jewel of Sorlandet
This boat trip along the island-speckled coast to the neighboring town of Lillesand is one of the highlights of a visit to Kristiansand. Board your vessel at the pier bound for the small port of Lillesand, along the 12-mile, lovely, and extremely narrow Blindleia Passage, meaning "blind or dead-end."  Along the way, you will view charming villages, smaller ports where sailing ships once sought refuge, and tidy white houses that were once the homes of fishermen and are now popular vacation spots.  Arriving in port, you'll transfer to your motor coach to continue sightseeing in the charming little town of Lillesand. This picturesque village of some 9,000 inhabitants is one of the most popular seaside resorts in Norway and was once the home of 8 busy shipyards that produced around 50 wooden sailing ships from the 1860–1900. You’ll take a pleasant and informative walk and see the signature white timber houses, some dating back to 1730. You will visit the lively marina and you'll have free time to independently explore its narrow lanes lined with chic shops, galleries and cafés. Return by coach to the pier in Kristiansand where your ship awaits.

Please note: Wear good walking shoes, layered clothing, and bring an umbrella or waterproof jacket in case of inclement weather.


price $375
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Oslo, Norway



3 HRS

Moderate

refreshments

walking

sightseeing
Oslo Highlights by Foot
The history of a beautiful city comes alive in this guided walk through Oslo. Joining your guide at the pier, you will begin your stroll under the protective shadow of the imposing Akershus Fortress and Castle. Pass the statue of Franklin D. Roosevelt before stopping at City Hall, the venue every December 10th for the presentation of the Nobel Peace Prize. During your visit, view impressive frescoes, sculptures, and woodcarvings, along with the largest mural in Europe. Next, you will walk by the National Theater, the Royal Palace, and the Royal Guard. Turning down the main street, Karl Johan, you will pass the University of Oslo and the Ibsen Museum, which was once the apartment of famed playwright Henrik Ibsen. During the tour a stop will be made at Grand Hotel, the venue for the yearly Nobel Peace Prize dinner, for light refreshments at the Grand Café, which opened in 1874, and quickly became a favored venue for the capital's cultured bourgeoisie.

Please note: Low heeled, comfortable walking shoes and comfortable, loose clothing are recommended. This tour will operate in all weather conditions, so participants should take appropriate weather gear with them.  

price $255
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2 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

sightseeing
Oslo, Highlights by Segway
This Segway tour is the perfect way to get an overview of the highlights in Oslo. Your friendly guide will give you a brief safety talk and help you become acquainted with the operation of your easy-to-maneuver Segway. Then begin your outing, venturing past such city landmarks as the Oslo Cathedral, the 19th century Parliament Building and the Opera House. Built in 2008, the striking Opera House was designed by the Norwegian architect firm Snøhetta, which was chosen as the winner of a famous architectural competition. Ride along Karl Johan Street, Oslo’s most important and vibrant avenue, and view the University of Oslo, Royal Palace, National Theater, City Hall, and medieval Akershus Fortress. Short stops will be made along the way to give you a chance to hear commentary and ask questions of your guide.

Please note: Participants must be at least 16 years of age and it is suitable only for more agile guests. It is recommended to dress in warm, layered clothing and wear flat, comfortable shoes. This excursion will operate in all weather conditions. The order of sights visited may vary.


price $189
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4 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

walking

sightseeing
Oslo, The Best of Oslo
The tour will start boarding a motor coach from the pier, viewing Akershus Fortress, the Royal Palace, the Parliament, and the National Theater. You will make a photo stop at Oslo’s Opera House, opened in 2008, before continuing to the Vigeland Sculpture Park. The more than 150 sculptures of the park were created and completed by one man, Gustav Vigeland. You will walk together with your guide through the park. Your tour will continue through one of Oslo’s most expensive residential neighborhoods and make the climb up Holmenkollen Hill a world-renowned ski jumping area. You will marvel at the spectacular view of the city and the Oslofjord far below. Your last stop will be at the Viking Ship Museum where the finds from the great ship burials at Oseberg, Gokstad, and Tune are exhibited. The three ships, which are the best preserved Viking ships in existence, were found in large burial mounds in the Oslo fjord region. These exhibits are some of the finest examples of art and craftsmanship, as well as objects of daily use, made in Norway 1,100 to 1,200 years ago. 

Please note: It is recommended that you wear good walking shoes, layered clothing and bring an umbrella or waterproof jacket in case of inclement weather. 

price $199
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Skagen, Denmark



3.5 HRS

Moderate

biking

sightseeing
Skagen, Biking Tour of Skagen
This guided bike trip starts at the pier. Along the way, you see the special fishermen’s cottages that dot the area, continue past the Swedish Seamen’s Church and through the western part of town to the Skagen Museum of local history. You will continue on to the former royal summer residence Klitgaarden – now a resort for authors, artists and scientists and the sand church which has sunk and become covered by sand over the years, so only the spire can be seen. View the home of artist P.S. Kroeyer and the home of the Danish poet and writer Holger Drachmann, who founded the artist colony in Skagen. Continue past the town hall and follow the beach road to view the old timbered lighthouse. Back in the harbor area, you will explore the charming eastern part of town where the Skagen Museum and the Brøndum Hotel are located.

Please note: This tour may operate in reverse order. All guests must sign an activity release form prior to starting the tour. Helmets are mandatory. Children who participate in the tour must be competent bike riders and at least 12 years old. This tour is limited to 15 guests per group. 

price $179
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3.5 HRS

Easy

culture

sightseeing
Skagen, City Tour of Skagen
The small fishing village of Skagen is Denmark’s northern-most town, and as late as 1890 there were no roads connecting the small town to the rest of Denmark.  Landing in the bustling fishing harbor, you will board a motor coach to start your exploration.  Your first stop will be at the Skagen Museum. Between 1870 and 1930 a group of artists were drawn to Skagen for the very special light found only in this part of the country. They became known later as the Skagen painters and they formed an internationally known artist colony. The Skagen painters favorite scenes were the working fishermen, the charming fishermen’s cottages, and the picturesque landscapes. Next, you will visit Denmark’s most northerly point, Grenen, where two seas, the Skagerak and the Kattegat, meet. Board a tractor trolley for the drive through the sand. Grenen means ’the twig’ in Danish and refers not only to the shape of the spit but to the way it sways slowly between east and west, according to wind and currents. You will also see Skagen’s collection of lighthouses; dating from 1627, to the still active lighthouse built in 1858. Return by bus back to the pier. 

Please note:  There are no ramps at the museum or at Grenen. As there are sand, gravel and uneven surfaces at the stops, comfortable walking shoes are recommended.  By Danish Law, Drivers and Guides are not obligated to assist guests with limited mobility – meaning guests with limited mobility have to be able to get on/off the motor coach by themselves. 

price $189
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3.5 HRS

Moderate

culture

concierge
Skagen, Concierge Collection: In the Footsteps of Skagen Painters
Take a stroll through the city accompanied by your local guide and discover why Skagen would be a painter’s favorite location because of its unique bright light found nowhere else in Denmark, Skagen still continues to attract artists and upcoming painters looking for tranquility and inspiration. You will visit some of the galleries in the artisan’s colony near the pier. Enjoy their masterpieces at your leisure and observe how the contrast of light, shadows and movement has inspired their painting style.  Then you will visit the art studio of Peder Munk Ravn, one of Skagen’s local painters with more than 40 years of experience. His philosophy of enriching the soul with harmony, happiness and color is revealed through his work. He will stimulate your inner artist to help transform your impressions and create your own unique Skagen painting. After this unforgettable experience you will return to the pier and before sailing, your framed masterpiece will be delivered to the ship.

Please note: Painting supplies will be provided at the art studio and your own painting will be delivered to the ship prior to sailing – framed.

price $219
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3HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

walking

sightseeing

refreshments

essentials
Skagen, Culinary Walk of Skagen
Embark on a culinary walk through quaint Skagen - Denmark's northernmost town. As you stroll through the marina from the ship you will learn about the town of Skagen, how it came to be the holiday destination of Danes and foreigners alike. The rough seas that surrounds this area, have greatly defined what Skagen was to become. Walk past the larger fishing vessels of Skagen, and enjoy the restaurants, lining the inner part of the marina. Your first stop will be at the Brøndums Hotel - the most famed hotel of the region. The hotel was once home to the gatherings of the Skagen painters and the whole hotel boasts of history and charm. Here you will enjoy a selection of canapés of fish - locally caught. From here, a short stroll will take you past the Skagen Art Museum, where the main pieces of art, that the painters created here in Skagen, show the very special lighting. The next destination will be the Hard Candy Store located on the main pedestrian street of Skagen. Try one the Danes’ favorite candies - in hard competition with licorice. A tasting of the locally produced candies will conclude the visit here. As you stroll towards the Cheese House, you will make a detour past the Skagen Church for the perfect photo opportunity, as well as some of the painter’s houses - not located very far from one another. As you enter the cheese shop for the last tasting, you will enjoy the locally produced cheeses. A short stroll past galleries and  the marina will take you back to the ship.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes and clothing suited to the weather.


price $199
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2 HRS

Moderately
easy

sightseeing

essentials
Skagen, Helicopter Flighseeing
Transfer from the ship to the helicopter, waiting at the outskirts of Skagen. Enjoy the approximately 12-minute flightseeing of Skagen, where you will pass the northernmost point of Denmark. See the former royal summer residence of Klitgaarden, the buried church outside of Skagen and the old town known as Old Skagen before starting your descent. This tour offers magnificent and breathtaking views of the town of Skagen as well as the surrounding area. As you disembark the helicopter, your guide and bus will be waiting for you, and will be taking you for a leisurely drive through Skagen, to highlight some of the sights seen from the flightseeing before returning to the ship at the cruise quay.  

Please note:  This tour is not wheelchair accessible.


price $1499
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3.5 HRS

Moderate to
strenuous

walking

sightseeing

wildlife

essentials
Skagen, Nature Hike
Transfer from the ship to the Grenen parking lot, end embark for a hike through the lush area surrounding Grenen and Skagen. As you start the hiking journey, your guide will carefully inform you of the sights seen along the way, and what the nature has to offer at this northern part of Denmark, and just what nature has meant for the society of the Skageners through centuries. You will pass such sights as the Grey Lighthouse, one of the 4 lighthouses of Skagen. The Grey Lighthouse now holds a bird observatory that carefully observes the species and birds that travel through here. Further on, you will pass the Skagen Odde Nature Center, designed by the famed Danish architect Jørn Utzon, the architect of the Sydney Opera House. You will pass the Skagen rescue station. It holds a significant role, due to the strong currents and swirls known to these seas of Kattegat and Skagerrak. Your guide will tell you stories of when the seas becomes your enemy and how the Skageners for centuries have saved seafarers from across the globe passing through the waters of Northern Denmark. Before heading back to the motor coach you will pass one of the numerous bunkers in the dunes, this one is now holding the bunker museum of Skagen. Along the hike you might encounter the wildlife that inhabits this area. Vipers, buzzards and smaller birds are known to roam here. Dunes, heather and wind are filling up the horizon. Jennes Lake, a small quaint and picturesque lake in the middle of the dunes makes for a great photo stop.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes and clothing suited to the weather and bottled water.


price $249
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3 HRS

Easy

refreshments

wine

culture
Skagen, Sand, Art & Local Produce
The small fishing village of Skagen is Denmark’s northern-most town and can trace its origins back to the 13th century. For centuries fishing trade alone sustained the small community and as late as 1890 there were no roads connecting the small town to the rest of Denmark. But now Skagen is a very popular holiday destination, sometimes doubling or tripling the population over summer. Your motor coach will take you to the bustling fishing harbor where you will soon be swept up in the charm of the village. Enjoy a scenic drive through charming Skagen on your way to the Skagen Odde Naturcenter, beautifully situated in the protected landscape of Grenen at the tip of Denmark. The Skagen Odde Naturcenter, houses various exhibitions – one focusing on wind, sea and sand, the 3 elements that created this region, one which illustrates the works of Danish architect Jørn Utzon, and exhibitions of contemporary art. The tour will continue to Skagen Bryghus, where you will enjoy a taster of different beers from the local microbrewery –  along with information on how the beer is brewed and what ingredients are used. As a small gift, you will be offered a bottle of Skagen Beer to bring back to your ship.  From here, transfer to Pakhuset for a chance to discover one of Skagen’s most iconic foods, marinated herring.  Your tasting menu will include five different types of herring along with some aquavit, a traditional spirit of Scandinavia with flavors of spices and herbs. While at Pakhuset you will also be able to see and hear of their impressive collection of figureheads. 

Please note:  By Danish Law, drivers and guides are not allowed to assist guests with limited mobility – meaning guests have to be able to get on/off the motor coach by themselves. The minimum age to participate is 18 due to the alcoholic drinks on this tour (by Danish law the minimum age is 18). 


price $289
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Copenhagen, Denmark



4 HRS

Easy

culture

sightseeing

essentials
Copenhagen: Wonderful Copenhagen with airport transfer
Discover the Old World beauty and architecture of Copenhagen during a scenic, debarkation tour of this historic Danish capital, concluding with a transfer to the airport for your flight home.  After disembarking the ship, your sightseeing tour will begin with a photo stop at the Little Mermaid, the famous bronze sculpture which is considered to be the “Symbol of Copenhagen.”  From here, a visit will be made to the courtyard of the Amalienborg Palace which consists of four identical rococo palaces surrounding the spacious octagonal Palace Square.  You will drive through the colorful canal area of Nyhavn, a trendy area of Copenhagen, with many cafés and restaurants along the canal.  From here, continue on for a photo stop at the Christiansborg Palace, home of the Danish Parliament and the Queen's Reception rooms. Your tour will conclude with a scenic sightseeing drive through the city.  Along the way, pass by the City Hall and Square, Strøget Pedestrian Street, which is filled with shops, boutiques and cafés, and the world-famous Tivoli Garden, home to a wealth of flowers, restaurants and entertainment.  Afterward, drive by the Glyptotek Art Museum and the Old Stock Exchange, then through Christianshavn before taking the beautiful coastal road of Amager Island to the airport for your flight home.

Please note: This tour is offered to guests disembarking the ship with flights at 2:00 p.m. or later and will end at the airport.  It requires a moderate amount of walking and most areas visited are wheelchair accessible.  This tour is suitable for guests with limited mobility and those who utilize a wheelchair; however, guests must be able to embark and disembark the coach via the coach steps.  The tour sequence may vary. 


price $119
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3 HRS

Easy

culture

sightseeing

essentials
Copenhagen: Wonderful Copenhagen with hotel transfer
The tour is a must-do for every first-time visitor to Copenhagen and provides an excellent orientation for further exploration on your own.  Your first stop will be at the Copenhagen Landmark, the Little Mermaid Statue where a photo stop will be made.  Then continue on your tour and drive by Rosenborg Castle, a fairy-tale castle housing the crown jewels and a collection of royal memorabilia such as Christian IV's pearl-studded saddle.  Next, visit the courtyard of Amalienborg Palace, the royal winter residence.  Drive through the colorful canal area of Nyhavn, now a trendy area of Copenhagen with many cafés and restaurants along the canal.  Continue to Christiansborg Palace, home of the Danish Parliament and the Queen's Reception rooms.  Enjoy the view of the City Hall and Square.  One side is the mile-long pedestrian street Strøget filled with shops, boutiques and cafés.  Opposite is the world famous Tivoli Gardens, founded back in 1843 and offering a wealth of flowers, restaurants and entertainment.  Next, pass the Glyptotek Art Museum with an impressive collection of art and then on to the old Stock Exchange - a building in Dutch renaissance style with its spire of entwined dragon tails.  Drive through the area of Christianshavn and leave the island of Zealand.  After this scenic overview of the Danish capital, your coach and guide will transfer you to your post cruise Windstar hotel.

Please note: This tour is offered to guests staying in Copenhagen at the conclusion of their cruise.  It requires a moderate amount of walking and most areas visited are wheelchair accessible.  This tour is suitable for guests with limited mobility and those who utilize a wheelchair; however, guests must be able to embark and disembark the coach via the coach steps.  Order of sites may vary.  Guests staying at other hotel properties in Copenhagen, may take this tour and take a taxi on their own from the Phoenix Copenhagen Hotel. 


price $119
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