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Connect The Capitals:
Copenhagen & Oslo (or reverse)
These Scandinavian capitals are connected by overnight cruises on a modern, well-equipped ship. This package gives you one night in each of the two cities, plus an overnight on a cruise ship, to give you an appreciation of both the land and seascapes of these captivating cities.
• 1 Night Copenhagen
• 1 Night Oslo
• Overnight Cruise
• Daily Breakfast
Arrive Copenhagen:

Spend some time strolling the streets of the city. Stretch your legs by walking the canals of Nyhavn, with quaint and colorful houses and restaurants. Walk towards the harbor, and you'll be able to see the statue of the Little Mermaid, Copenhagen's symbol. Tonight, we recommend having dinner at one of the fine restaurants in Tivoli Gardens, which looks magical when lit up at night.

(Accommodations, Copenhagen)

Copenhagen & Cruise:

After breakfast, you'll have the day to explore the city. Don't forget to leave time to stroll down Strøget, Copenhagen's most famous walking street that runs through the center of town. Here, you'll find top stores but to save money on souvenirs, visit the small shops on the side streets.

Be sure to get to the harbor around 3:00 p.m. so you can check in for the cruise, operated by DFDS Seaways. The ship departs Copenhagen at 4:30 p.m. You will sail under the Öresund Bridge that connects Denmark and Sweden, as you travel up the "Kattegat" sea on your way to Oslo. On board, you'll find well-equipped cabins, fine dining, entertainment, and tax-free shopping.

(Breakfast, Copenhagen; Accommodations, Cruise Ship)

Arrive Oslo:

After breakfast on the ship, you'll sail up the beautiful Oslofjord and arrive at Oslo Harbor about 9:45 a.m. Take a taxi to your hotel and prepare to explore this fascinating city. Hemmed in by the fjord and surrounded by forests, Oslo blends old and new architecture into a stunning cityscape. It's a very walkable city with lots of museums and outdoor attractions. The National Gallery of Art contains a collection of 19th and 20th century Norwegian art, including Edvard Munch's famous painting "The Scream."

The Opera House on the waterfront is a bold architectural statement and an iconic European building. The Viking Ship Museum houses two Viking longships that were built in the 9th century and later buried in ceremonial mounds; they were excavated in the early 20th century. A separate museum houses Kon-Tiki, the famous raft which Thor Heyerdahl used to cross the Pacific.

The Vigeland Park is the world's largest sculpture park, with over 200 sculptures by Gustav Vigeland. Oslo's excellent public transport system will enable you to see as many of these attractions as you care to reach.

(Breakfast, Cruise Ship; Accommodations, Oslo)

Depart Oslo:

After breakfast at your hotel, continue your explorations of Oslo, or head to your next Avanti destination!

(Breakfast, Oslo)

** Itinerary and inclusions are subject to change