The latest tour operator to increase its focus on Europe – and away from long-haul – is Audley Travel who has announced it will be launching three new destinations within its Europe programme: Denmark, Sweden and Norway.
The new trips have been launched to celebrate the company’s 25th year, and come as part of an ‘expansion of its European programme’. Trips to Norway will cost from £2,240 per person (for a six day trip) and initially focus on Oslo, Bergen and the Norwegian fjords. Highlights include a gastronomic tour of Bergen, kayaking in the fjords, and exploring the UNESCO World Heritage site of Sognefjord and Nærøyfjord by open Zodiac boat.
The new Denmark trip focuses around Copenhagen, with day trips to Roskilde, north Zealand and southern Sweden, while the company’s trips to Sweden will be centred around Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö and Swedish Lapland for now.
Guests can expect plenty of traditional Nordic activities, like sleigh rides, Smørrebrød cooking classes, cycling tours, shrimp and salmon cruises and traditional Sámi experiences.
For more information visit audleytravel.com.