Pull up a chair and make yourself at home, because we’d like to take you back to a time when Vikings ruled the seas and kings and queens ruled the land. When a god could control the skies with a hammer, monsters were free to roam the lochs, and fairies cast their magical spells.

Because although the gods and monarchs may have changed over the centuries—and Nessie is now proving to be a little camera shy—Northern and Western Europe is still very much a place of enchantment, with a world of wonders waiting for you.

Imagine sailing through the Norwegian fjords with Edvard Grieg’s Peer Gynt as the soundtrack, trying to unravel the ancient mysteries of huge prehistoric stones, and not getting lost in the Hermitage Museum in the City of the Czars. Or turning the pages on the storybook places of Bruges and Wismar, taking an introspective walk through history on the beaches, battlefields, and bunkers of D-Day, and then going for a stroll on an Icelandic volcano, followed by a journey to the center of the Earth.

When it comes to exploring the countries of Northern and Western Europe, we can take you back in time, anytime you’d like.

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