Tour selection to Scandinavia, the Baltic States and Russia
A tour of the beautiful South coast, where we will explore some of Iceland's most interesting and beautiful locations. This is a guided coach tour.
Scenic Norway Tour With Stockholm, Helsinki & Copenhagen Tour - 14 days, Oslo to Copenhagen
This self-drive favorite explores Iceland's rich natural treasures, including national parks, beautiful waterfalls, striking glaciers, magnificent volcanoes and hot springs.
Drive through the most magnificent natural sights that Iceland has to offer. At your hotel you will receive a private rental car, which you will drive across picturesque villages, past waterfalls, hot springs, geysers, and ancient Icelandic sights. Explore lava formations, fjords, and icebergs during this unforgettable one week adventure vacation.
M/S Princess MariaA new ferry connection has been opened between Helsinki and St. Petersburg three times a week. M/S Princess Maria is a modern passenger ferry built in Finland and can accomodate up to 1638 passengers and 395 vehicles. Passengers of all nationalities
Discover Norway on this breathtaking 6 day tour through natural wonders and picturesque villages. Begin in the city of Bergen. Visit the town of Voss, where you will stop to view the enchanting Tvindefoss Waterfall, believed to the source of eternal youth. Cross mountain ranges, go on scenic ferry crossings, and relax while you enjoy the delights of cruising the fjords. See the world famous Briksdal Glacier, impressive waterfalls, such as the Seven Sisters, and journey along the banks of Lake Mjosa, the largest in Norway.
Explore the beautiful cities of Reykjavik and Hellinsandur before heading deep into the natural wonders of Iceland. See the famous Snafellsjokull glacier, breathtaking waterfalls, active geysers, thermal Lagoons, and much more on this unique nature power tour.
The traditional cruise in either direction between Gothenburg and Stockholm has been on the schedule almost every year since the shipping line was established in 1869. On the shorter cruises, the boat usually travels on during the night while you are asleep; only one night is spent in harbour. The 6 day cruises allow time for more stops and shore excursions along the way. The choice of stops is determined by the direction in which you are traveling.