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Northern Explorer

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Physical Level: Some walking over short or flat distances. Some trips may include cycling options. Some are wheelchair friendly (check for individual trips). Some cruises. Easy
Lodging Level: Mid-range budget with accommodations ranging from comfortable lodges, guesthouses, and homestays to three star hotels. Value - 3 star
18 days
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Short Description

18 Days, 10 Countries. Discover Scandinavia, Russia, Central Europe and the Baltic states on our Northern Europe tour!

Trip Type N/A
See all the highlights and popular spots on a classic tour.
Itinerary Focus Classic Highlights
Mid-range budget with accommodations ranging from comfortable lodges, guesthouses, and homestays to three star hotels.
Lodging Level Value - 3 star
Flights & Transport N/A
Start City Amsterdam
End City Amsterdam

Trip Includes

  • 17 nights' accommodation in twin rooms with private en-suite facilities
  • Single travellers have the option to pay a single supplement to ensure a private room
  • Services of your Expat tour leader, who will be on hand with advice and tips to ensure that you get the most from your trip
  • You can also book any of the optional excursions available during your tour with your tour leader – please see the 'Essential Information' tab for more details
  • 17 breakfasts, 7 dinnersAll taxes and feesAny public transport used as part of the tour (excludes free days) Modern air conditioned coach with reclining seats, TV for showing DVDs, and toilet
  • 19 Experiences (including guided walking tours, orientation walks, driving tours of cities plus other exciting experiences) Free Expat Explore tour souvenir – a memorable gift of your once in a lifetime trip

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Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Amsterdam

Welcome to the start of your tour! Your tour leader will be waiting for you at our accommodation during the afternoon. After everyone's checked in, we'll take a canal cruise of the city - one of the best ways to see this amazing city and its sights! We'll also enjoy dinner on-board as the city drifts by. Afterwards, your time is yours to spend as you like. Stroll around the canals (don't forget to keep an eye out for the bicycles!) as you explore this fascinating and picturesque city!

Experiences
Amsterdam Canal Cruise - sail along Amsterdam's stunning canals at twilight and enjoy a delicious pizza as you cruise. A perfect introduction to Amsterdam, you will cruise along the atmospheric canals.

Accommodation
Hampton by Hilton Schipol Airport
Extra Information
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner


Day 2: Amsterdam - Hamburg - Northern Germany

We depart Amsterdam this morning and make our way to Germany, stopping along the way at a local Dutch farm to see how clogs (traditional Dutch footwear) and local cheeses are produced in the traditional way. After sampling some delicious cheese (this is the perfect place to pick up a souvenir of your time in the Netherlands), we'll make our way onward to a photo stop at a nearby windmill - a common sight in the Dutch countryside! We then travel through northern Germany, arriving in Hamburg for a quick comfort stop late afternoon. We'll then make our way to our accommodation in the north of Germany.

Experiences
Cheese and clogs demonstration – see how these famous shoes are traditionally made by hand and taste some fantastic cheeses. Of course the chance to shop and get those unique souvenirs.

Accommodation
TRYP by Wyndham Bad Oldesloe
Other Foods to try
Birnen, Bohnen und Speck - "pears, beans & bacon" - a type of stew enjoyed in Northern Germany.
Extra Information
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner


Day 3: Northern Germany - Copenhagen

This morning after breakfast we'll cross the border and make our way to the Danish capital of Copenhagen. Welcome to Scandinavia! As we cross the border onto Danish soil, the drive towards Copenhagen offers fantastic views, and we will cross Europe's longest bridge. On arrival in the Danish capital, you'll enjoy a tour of the city, where your tour leader will introduce you to highlights of the city, including the parliament house, Tivoli, town hall, Rosenborg, and the little mermaid statue. The city's prosperity and confidence are hard to miss, and it'll soon be evident why this charming city has been voted one of the world's most liveable so many years in a row. It's clean, safe, and very easy to get around - and blessed with cosy cafés and world-famous restaurants!

Experiences
Enjoy a tour of the Danish capital, during which you will see sights including the town hall, Rosenborg and the little mermaid statue.

Accommodation
Park Inn Copenhagen Airport
Cabinn City Hotel
Other Foods to try
Open sandwiches, Smørrebrød, are typically a piece of rye bread with various cold meat and cheese toppings.
Extra Information
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner


Day 4: Helsingør - Stockholm

This morning we'll leave Copenhagen and take a short drive north to the port town of Helsingør. This town is home to Kronborg Castle, known to many as 'Elsinore' and the setting for Shakespeare's 'Hamlet'. We'll see the castle from the water as we take a short ferry ride to Sweden. It's then a long drive from the port of Helsingborg through the stunning rural Swedish scenery as we head toward the capital, Stockholm. Look out for lakes, forests and rolling fields as we drive! On arrival in Stockholm, we'll enjoy an evening walking tour of the city centre, seeing famous sights such as the Royal Palace, the narrowest alley and the AF Chapman ship.

Experiences
Enjoy a walking tour of central Stockholm - your tour leader will introduce you to the sights, which you can explore further during your free time tomorrow morning

Accommodation
IBIS Styles Stockholm Jarva
Other Foods to try
Many traditional dishes employ simple, contrasting flavours, such as the traditional dish of meatballs and brown cream sauce with lingonberry jam.
Extra Information
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner


Day 5: Stockholm free morning - Helsinki (Overnight Ferry)

Spend time this morning exploring the city of Stockholm! Gamla Stan is the old town, comprised of red, orange and terracotta-coloured buildings overlooking narrow cobblestone streets. The numerous islands that make up the town offer fascinating walks, especially through the Djurgården, where you can visit Skansen, the open-air Swedish history museum. Otherwise, spot beautiful old ships in the harbour and visit some of the many world-class museums and art galleries. This afternoon we take an overnight ferry to Helsinki in Finland, another of the world's most liveable cities!

Experiences
Free time to explore Stockholm at your own pace during the morning

Accommodation
Overnight ferry
Other Foods to try
Stockholm is becoming famous for it's street food. Check out the Östermalms saluhall (food hall) - it's popular with local workers so you know you will get great husmanskost (traditional home-cooked Swedish food) at great prices.
Extra Information
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner


Day 6: Helsinki

Arriving in the late morning, you'll have the whole afternoon to explore the Finnish capital at your own pace. An effortlessly cool city, Helsinki prides itself on being slightly off-the-wall, playing with decor and design traditions to humorous effect. Elegant cafés, magnificent museums and impressive Art Nouveau architecture all combine to create a city that is certain to leave an impression!

Experiences
Enjoy a driving tour of the Finnish capital, focusing on the Rock Church and the Sibelius Monument
Join your tour leader for an orientation of the city centre, finishing in front of Helsinki Cathedral
Optional Excursions
Russia Bypass €Please contact us
* Stated prices and availability are subject to change.

Accommodation
Holiday Inn West Ruoholahti
Radisson Blu Seaside
Other Foods to try
A very seasonal cuisine - vegetables, mushrooms, berries and fish.
Extra Information
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner


Day 7: Helsinki - St Petersburg

This morning, we'll depart Helsinki and make our way to the Russian border; get your passport at the ready for a new stamp that will be a real talking point! We then continue on to the Russian city of St Petersburg! On arrival, we'll enjoy a comprehensive city tour with our local guide, spotting some of the more notable buildings and sights. Built by Italian architects and sporting neoclassical and baroque architecture that overlooks its many canals, this city stands in stark contrast to the red brick and onion domes of Moscow.
Alternatively, if you do not have the necessary visa to travel to Russia, you can elect to stay on for two extra nights in Helsinki before ferry transportation to Estonia for an extra night in Tallinn, where you will meet up with the group when they arrive from St Petersburg. There is a small charge for this amendment - please see our visas page for more information.

Experiences
Enjoy a driving tour of St Petersburg with an expert local guide, giving you a comprehensive view of the city. Keep note of all the sights that you can then visit during your two full free days.
Your Russian tour guide will arrange for a complimentary vodka tasting

Accommodation
Matisov Domik
Other Foods to try
Borsch - the famous Russian soup, made with meat, bouillon of beetroots, carrots, potatoes, cabbage and other vegetables, and served hot or cold.
Extra Information
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner


Day 8: St Petersburg - Free day

Today is all yours to explore St Petersburg! Why not visit some of the great sights you saw on last nights tour? Alternatively, join our day trip excursion to the Russian capital, Moscow - an expert local guide will take you on a tour of the Kremlin grounds and the orthodox churches of the Tsar (entrance is included in the excursion price). After some free time for lunch, your guide will take you on a Moscow city tour, followed by some free time to explore Red Square. We then take the high-speed train back to St. Petersburg. This is a full day trip, with approximately 6-7 hours to enjoy Moscow accompanied by an English-speaking guide. Please note: this excursion must be pre-booked; contact us for more information.
Optional Excursions
Moscow Day Trip €245
* Stated prices and availability are subject to change.


Day 9: St Petersburg - Free day

Another free day in St Petersburg! Use your time to explore this fascinating city. Perhaps join us on our optional tour of the world-famous Hermitage Museum, which also includes a visit to the Church of the Saviour on Blood, one of St Petersburg's most famous attractions. The church was built on the very spot where Tsar Alexander II was assassinated, and is dedicated to his memory. The Hermitage Museum, founded by Catherine the Great and now one of the largest and oldest museums in the world. Some three million items make up its collections, and it also boasts the largest collection of paintings in the world! This evening, an optional traditional Russian folk show is not be missed! Your tour leader will organise everything for you, including vodka and canapés!
Optional Excursions
Hermitage & Peterhof €85
Russian Folkshow €45
* Stated prices and availability are subject to change.


Day 10: St Petersburg - Tallinn

Bidding farewell to St Petersburg, we travel once again to the Russian border, and then on to the capital of Estonia. Tallinn is one of Europe's most enchanting cities, with a strong medieval influence contrasting with its more modern buildings. A local guide will take us on a walking tour, as we explore the winding cobbled lanes overlooked by medieval church spires. Listed as one of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites, Tallinn offers intriguing history while also managing to be a shopper's paradise. Ancient practices such as glass-blowing and pottery share the attention with Estonia's hippest young fashion designers. After the included dinner this evening, be sure to check out the alternative nightlife that Tallinn has to offer - from medieval taverns to hip bars and clubs. For those who stayed on in Helsinki and skipped out Russia, you will have an extra night in Tallinn before the rest of the group arrives from St Petersburg.

Experiences
Enjoy a walking tour of Tallinn with a local guide. Explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site city, including the old city walls, town square, the Orthodox Cathedral and views across the whole city.

Accommodation
Tallinn Seaport Hotel
Tallink Express Hotel
Other Foods to try
Scandinavian, German and Russian food influences Estonian cuisine. The most typical foods include rye bread, pork, potatoes and dairy. National dishes include blood sausage, herring, mulgi porridge, sauerkraut and kama dishes.
Extra Information
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner


Day 11: Tallinn - Riga

Leaving Estonia, we enter Latvia and make for Riga, possibly the most vibrant of the Baltic cities and blessed with a culture that you'll find irresistible. In contrast to its smaller neighbours, Riga goes all out with a buzzing atmosphere and impressive Art-Nouveau architecture. On arrival, your tour leader will take you on a walking tour of this impressive city and you can explore some of its famous landmarks and sights, including the famous central markets and many beautiful churches. Don't forget to visit the skyline bar this evening for incredible panoramic views of Riga.

Experiences
Join your tour leader on an orientation tour of the city
Free entry to the skyline bar, offering incredible views of the city's skyline

Accommodation
Radisson Blu Latvja
Other Foods to try
Latvian food is typically simple, heavy and influenced by Russia, with lots of meat, fish and bread.
Extra Information
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner


Day 12: Hill of Crosses - Vilnius

Making our way into Lithuania, we stop first at the Hill of Crosses, a famous site of pilgrimage in northern Lithuania. Loaded with around 100,000 crosses, they were first placed here back in 1831 by the relatives of those who fell during the local rebellion. Once we arrive in Vilnius, we enjoy an orientation tour of the city before enjoying some free time. A seductive city, Lithuania's capital exudes Old Town charm - so much so that it's been added to UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites. This is also where you'll find the world's only statue of musician and composer Frank Zappa, and a self-proclaimed - though unofficial - independent republic of Uzupis, inhabited almost solely by artists and bohemians. In contrast to the medieval history, there are also reminders of Vilnius' more recent and darker past, including remnants of the ghettos where the Jewish community lived during Nazi occupation, and the influence of the Soviet Union.

Experiences
On our way to Vilnius we'll stop at the Hill of Crosses, an astounding site of pilgrimage. Containing around 100,000 crosses, they were first placed here back in 1831 by the relatives of those who fell during the local rebellion.
Enjoy an orientation tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Vilnius, which offers centuries of history to explore.
Cross the river into the Užupio Res Publika, a neighbourhood of Vilnius and self-proclaimed Republic, with its own constitution and an army comprising of 11 men

Accommodation
Green Park Hotel Vilnius
Ibis Styles Vilnius
Other Foods to try
Cepelinai is the national dish of Lithuania - potato dumplings stuffed with meat, cheese curd or mushrooms.
Extra Information
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner


Day 13: Trakai - Warsaw

Our final destination in Lithuania is a comfort stop at Europe's only historic national park, the town of Trakai. The main attraction is undoubtedly a view of the iconic brick-built castle at its centre, which lies on an island surrounded by crystal clear water. Arriving before the crowds of tourists, your pictures will be unspoiled! Back on the road, we head towards the Polish border. The cultural hub of Poland, Warsaw is a city of energy and action, racing to replace what was lost after being utterly destroyed in World War II. With classical music festivals, exciting and forward-thinking art exhibitions and relics of its Communist past, there's certainly no shortage of culture here. On arrival, a local guide will take you on a city tour, focusing on the faithfully reconstructed Old Town, before going for a traditional Polish dinner.

Experiences
Make a stop at Trakai, Europe's only historic national park.
Enjoy a city tour with a local guide, focusing on the Old Town.

Accommodation
Novotel Warswaza Centrum
Other Foods to try
Rich in starch and protein - red meat, eggs, cheese, and sausages, and bread, potatoes, and various noodles, pies and dumplings.
Extra Information
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner


Day 14: Warsaw - Free day

Today is yours to spend as you wish! Visit some of the highly regarded museums, such as the Museum of the History of Polish Jews, the Chopin Museum, or the extensive collections of the National Museum. Being Sunday, you can enjoy free entry to the Royal Palace, and the occasional free music concert in Łazienki Park. Alternatively, you can further explore the Old Town, or join us on an exhilarating optional Communist tour of Warsaw. You will be driven around in Communist-era Nysa vans, with eccentric drivers and an expert local guide!
Attractions to discover in your free time
Palace of Culture and Science Daily 9:00- 18:00 Adults: 18 PLN, Children: 12 PLN
Warsaw Rising Museum Mon/Wed/Fri- 8:00-18:00 | Thu 8:00-20:00 | Sat/Sun 10:00-18:00 Adult: 14 PLN, Children: 10 PLN
National Museum Tues/Wed/Fri-Sat-10:00-18:00 | Thu 10:00-21:00 Adults: 15 PLN, Children: 10 PLN
Multimedia Fountain Park Free
National Stadium Tours Daily 10:00- 20:00 Adults: 25 PLN
Optional Excursions
Communist Nysa tour €25
* Stated prices and availability are subject to change.


Day 15: Poznan - Berlin

Heading west through Poland, today's morning stop is in Poznan, famous for it's historic old town and as a coronation city of the early Polish kings. Enjoy your free time to have lunch and admire the colourful buildings and beautiful architecture of the Old Market Square. We then cross into Germany and continue to the city of Berlin! The German capital prospered under the rule of the Nazis leading up to the Second World War, but then endured division during the Cold War, symbolised in the infamous Berlin Wall. Reminders of the past are everywhere, but Berlin has a vibrant culture to enjoy. On arrival, we'll take a driving tour through the city and see some of the city's more famous landmarks, including Brandenburg Gate and Checkpoint Charlie.

Experiences
Lunch stop in Poznan. Enjoy free time to sample some delicious Polish cuisine and explore the Old Market Square in Poznan. Faithfully reconstructed following the Second World War, this beautiful square is home to many of the cities most famous landmarks and monuments, including the Town Hall, colourful townhouses and the Pranger, a 16th century punishment device.
Driving tour of Berlin. Your tour leader will explain the amazing history of this vibrant city and show you all the must-see sights, including Alexanderplatz, Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie, the Berlin Wall and Reichstag. Take a note of those you want to explore further on your free day tomorrow!
 

Accommodation
IBIS Berlin Ostbahnhof
Ibis Berlin City West
Grand City Berlin City East
Tryp by Wyndham City East
Other Foods to try
Currywurst - German sausage covered in a mixture of ketchup, Worcester sauce, and curry powder.
Extra Information
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner


Day 16: Berlin - Free day

Today is a free day in Berlin, so take time to investigate some of the sights you would have seen yesterday on the driving tour, or strike out on your own to discover more of the city for yourself - the choice is yours! For an incredible bird's eye view of the city, head up the Berlin TV tower - located close to Alexanderplatz, it has become an icon of the capital. Fancy some museum action? Then head over to the museum island, a collection of five world-famous museums on an island in the heart of Berlin’s city centre. After a day of exploring you may wish to relax or party; Berlin has you covered, with an incredibly vibrant nightlife offering plenty of bars, clubs and shows - from theatre to cabaret.
Attractions to discover in your free time
Gemäldegalerie Art Museum Tue, Wed & Fri: 10:00-18:00 | Thu: 10:00-20:00 | Sat & Sun: 11:00-18:00 € 10
East Side Gallery Open air / 24 hrs Free
Haus am Checkpoint Charlie Daily 9:00-22:00 € 12.50
Jewish Museum Mon: 10:00-22:00 | Tue-Sun: 10:00-20:00 € 8
Schloss Charlottenburg Apr-Oct: Tue-Sun 10:00-18:00 | Nov-Mar: Tue-Sun 10:00-17:00 € 12
Berlin Cathedral Mon-Sat 9:00-20:00 | Sun: 12:00-20:00 € 7
Optional Excursions
Hop on hop off bus tour €30
* Stated prices and availability are subject to change.


Day 17: Hannover - Amsterdam

After breakfast, we say goodbye to Berlin and head to Hannover for lunch. The centre of town was reconstructed in a medieval style after WWII; it's compact size makes for the perfect destination to explore during your lunch stop! We then leave Germany and cross into the Netherlands, arriving back at our Amsterdam hotel tonight - say farewell to your tour leader, driver and fellow passengers and celebrate your last night on tour together.

Experiences
Make a lunch stop in Hannover
Optional Excursions
Farewell dinner €30
* Stated prices and availability are subject to change.

Accommodation
Hampton by Hilton Schipol Airport
Holiday Inn Express Schipol Airport
Other Foods to try
Dutch Kroket, cheese, bitterballen and pastries!
Extra Information
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner


Day 18: Amsterdam

Today, our tour concludes after breakfast. Be sure to share your contact details with your fellow travellers. We hope you've enjoyed your Northern Explorer Tour as much as we have! Ideally located close to the airport, there is a free shuttle service from the hotel for those who are flying home today. Alternatively, you can extend your stay in Amsterdam and explore more of this incredible city.

Experiences
If you would like to extend your stay in Amsterdam after the tour, please contact us to confirm the hotel.
Extra Information
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner


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Had an amazing tour with Sarah our tour leader and Maico our driver. We had 8 days to see 7 countries. 8 days felt like 2 weeks, we saw so much and made such amazing memories!! Loved every second of it!!!* Thank you expat for giving us such great value for money!!!
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My husband and I did the Ultimate European Tour in July/ August 2017. We had an amazing experience and met some fantastic people. Our tour guide Shae and Coach Driver Bill were extremely fantastic at their jobs. Every destination we went to was on time or earlier and their knowledge of each country and town we visited was extensive! The accommodation was great and every excursion that was suggested was a great way to experience the destination. I will definitely be using Expat for our future travels. We are so grateful that we experienced this tour as it was definitely a trip of a life time for us!
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