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Overseas tour: "A Nordic Adventure: Gardens & Castles of Denmark and southern Sweden"
Tuesday, May 25, 2021, 6:00 PM to Sunday, June 06, 2021, 11:00 AM PST
Category: Travel Tours

"A Nordic Adventure: Gardens & Castles of Denmark and southern Sweden"  (May 25 - June 6, 2021)  [Sorry, this tour is now filled.]

Embark with HPSO on a new adventure to two nations often cited as the happiest in the world. Our tour begins in Copenhagen and ends in Stockholm. We explore gardens and sites of interest on two of Denmark’s main islands, Zealand and Funen, before we cross the Øresund straight into Skåne, a former part of Denmark that became Sweden’s most southern province by the treaty of Roskilde in 1658. After we enjoy Skåne, we travel along the west coast of Sweden, including the cities of Helsingborg and Gothenburg, before we take a scenic train journey across the country to Stockholm, the capital city. 

The Atlantic Gulf Stream provides northern Denmark and southwestern Sweden with a fairly mild climate, allowing beautiful gardens to thrive. Included on our tour are visits to the best private and public gardens in this region plus Tivoli Gardens and the Malmo Flower Festival which is held just every two years. Also included are visits to palaces, castles, historical sites, and various museums such as the Vasa Museum, the Viking Ship Museum, Hans Christian Andersen Museum, and the ABBA Museum. We might even see the changing of the guard at The Royal Palace in Stockholm and see other festivities on Sweden’s National Day, June 6th! Join the fun on this comprehensive and fabulous tour as we follow in the footsteps of Nordic royalty.

 Copenhagen   Denmark Flag-Ship  Swedish garden

Questions about this tour? Please contact tour planner Bruce Wakefield.

Open to HPSO members only.  HPSO tours are offered to members at wholesale, non-profit prices.

Contact Bruce Wakefield for details.

For information on other upcoming tours, please visit the Garden Travel webpage.  Thank you.

Contact: Bruce Wakefield - [email protected]