11 days in Iceland, Norway & Denmark Itinerary

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Reykjavik, Iceland
— 2 nights
Bergen, Norway
— 1 night
Oslo, Norway
— 3 nights
Copenhagen, Denmark
— 4 nights


Reykjavik, Iceland — 2 nights

Reykjavik, the world's most northerly capital, effortlessly combines small-town charm with heaps of big city energy.
Kick off your visit on the 7th (Tue): relax and rejuvenate at Blue Lagoon. Keep things going the next day: get engrossed in the history at National Museum of Iceland, admire the masterpieces at Einar Jonsson Museum (Listasafn Einars Jonssonar), then take in the architecture and atmosphere at Hallgrimskirkja, and finally cast your line with a fishing tour.

To find reviews, ratings, and more tourist information, read Reykjavik trip planner.

Majorca, Spain to Reykjavik is an approximately 11-hour flight. The time zone difference when traveling from Majorca to Reykjavik is minus 1 hour. Expect cooler weather when traveling from Majorca in March: highs in Reykjavik hover around 39°F, while lows dip to 30°F. Finish your sightseeing early on the 9th (Thu) so you can fly to Bergen.
Tours · Museums · Outdoors · Wildlife
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Bergen, Norway — 1 night

City of Seven Mountains

A city famed for its underground music scene, Bergen also serves as the gateway to the fjords of Norway's western coastline.
Start off your visit on the 10th (Fri): take in the waterfront at Bryggen, then take your sightseeing to a higher altitude at Mount Floyen and the Funicular, then take in the waterfront at Fish Market, and finally cool off at Iskanten.

To find where to stay, traveler tips, maps, and other tourist information, use the Bergen travel route planner.

Getting from Reykjavik to Bergen by flight takes about 5.5 hours. The time zone difference when traveling from Reykjavik to Bergen is 1 hour. Expect a daytime high around 42°F in March, and nighttime lows around 32°F. Finish your sightseeing early on the 10th (Fri) so you can fly to Oslo.
Theme Parks · Historic Sites · Nature · Parks
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Oslo, Norway — 3 nights

Tiger City

Norway's capital city, Oslo boasts a thousand years of history and a diverse mix of architecture that blends old, new, and ultra-modern.
Oslo is known for museums, nightlife, and parks. Your trip includes some of its best attractions: steep yourself in history at Akershus Castle and Fortress (Akershus Slott og Festning), examine the collection at Fram Museum, step into the grandiose world of Det Kongelige Slott, and take an in-depth tour of Kon-Tiki Museum.

For where to stay, reviews, and more tourist information, use the Oslo visit planner.

You can fly from Bergen to Oslo in 2.5 hours. Alternatively, you can drive; or take a train. Traveling from Bergen in March, plan for little chillier nights in Oslo, with lows around 25°F. Finish your sightseeing early on the 13th (Mon) to allow enough time to fly to Copenhagen.
Historic Sites · Museums · Parks · Theme Parks
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Copenhagen, Denmark — 4 nights

City of Beautiful Towers

Founded in the 10th century as a Viking fishing village, Copenhagen has morphed into the cultural, political, and economic powerhouse of the country.
Copenhagen is known for historic sites, sightseeing, and parks. Your trip includes some of its best attractions: enjoy breathtaking views from Rundetarn, contemplate the long history of Our Saviour's Church, get engrossed in the history at National Museum of Denmark, and take in the architecture and atmosphere at Frederiks Kirke (Marmorkirken).

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You can fly from Oslo to Copenhagen in 4.5 hours. Other options are to drive; or take a train. Expect a bit warmer evenings in Copenhagen when traveling from Oslo in March, with lows around 34°F. Cap off your sightseeing on the 17th (Fri) early enough to travel back home.
Theme Parks · Parks · Historic Sites · Neighborhoods
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Iceland travel guide

Waterfalls · Spas · Churches
Land of Fire and Ice
Experience the drama of this mountainous island in the North Atlantic, from glacial rivers to rushing waterfalls and geothermal hot spots. Iceland's cities, like its capital Reykjavik, are home to passionate natives who honor their Icelandic culture and history. Venture from the cities to experience the country's most powerful attraction: its breathtaking landscapes. Take a trip to one of the island's renowned national parks, see the effects of volcanic activity, and go for a dip in one of its many lakes. A haven for outdoor recreation, you can glacier hike, whitewater raft, and swim in natural pools.

Norway travel guide

Nightlife · Specialty Museums · Art Museums
Land of the Midnight Sun
Take a trip up north and visit Norway, the land of fjords, northern lights, unspoiled nature, and friendly communities. Norway is a haven for holidaymakers who enjoy the outdoors, with numerous resorts for downhill skiing and snowboarding, as well as countless trails for hiking in the summer or dog sledding and cross-country skiing in the winter. Norway's cities combine historical and modern architecture and feature a selection of museums, art galleries, and performance venues. Meanwhile, traditional ways of life, local customs, and crafts are celebrated in many open-air and ethnological museums across the land. Even though the country has a modern and elaborate system of roads, Norway continues to foster its ancient connection with the sea. Take to the waters yourself with tours of the scenic coast, fjords, or whale watching.

Denmark travel guide

Historic Walking Areas · Gardens · Castles
Known for its old-fashioned charm, Denmark often is referenced as a fairy-tale setting by visitors and locals alike. With quaint cobblestone streets leading the way to art galleries, museums, and historical sights, plus a modern and easily accessible public transportation system, Denmark seamlessly blends its rich history with modern advancements. Be inspired by the works of local legends, including the fairy tales of Hans Christian Andersen, the symphonies of Carli Nielsen, and the astronomy work of Tycho Brahe, then play a bit at amusement parks like Legoland. Visitors often find themselves developing "hygge," the untranslatable Danish trait that encapsulates a sense of coziness and contentment, which is thought to have a great deal of influence on Denmark's standing as one of the happiest nations on the planet.