4 Favorite Small Towns in Europe

Off the Beaten Path, But Worth Visiting

small group tours to NorwayOf course we do small group tours to places like Paris, Rome, Dublin and Oslo. Those are big, bustling cities with mass transit systems, big hotels, lots of museums and restaurants. However, on The Traveling Professor's travels, we have found places that are tiny, off the beaten path places, that we just love to visit. Check out our favorite small towns in Italy, Iceland, Norway, that you have not heard of, but would like to.

Tuesday, January 8, 2019/Author: The Traveling Professor/Number of views (443)/Comments ()/ Article rating: 4.5

Denmark and Norway by Rail and Ferry

Great Way to See 2 Beautiful Countries

Norway by Train and FerryOne of the more popular Traveling Professor tours is his small group tour to Norway and Denmark.  No matter how one travels to these countries, they will see some of the best natural beauty to be found anywhere. But if traveling by train and ferry, it offers special sights that can be found no other way.  Read The Traveling Professor's blog post and find out why you need to travel to Denmark and Norway by ferry and rail.

Wednesday, August 1, 2018/Author: The Traveling Professor/Number of views (458)/Comments ()/ Article rating: 4.5

3 Favorite Cities in Norway

Delightful Places for a Delightful Vacation

small group tours to NorwayAfter my initial visit to Norway, it quickly became one of my favorite travel destinations.  Oh yes, everyone thinks it is outrageously expensive, but it is a lot less expensive than Iceland and only a little bit more expensive than Italy or France. In any case, Norway is full of natural beauty, cultural richness, good food and wonderful people.  We now regularly offer a small group tour to Norway.  Read my blog post and find out my favorite cities in Norway.

Wednesday, July 11, 2018/Author: The Traveling Professor/Number of views (510)/Comments ()/ Article rating: 4.5

What to See and Do in Norway

Oslo, Flam, and Bergen

We have been on several small group tours to Norway - it is one of The Traveling Professor's favorite destinations.  It cannot be beat for natural beauty.  It is also rich in culture and history.  We love the food there too. In our travels on our small group tours, we've found some great hotels and developed exciting itineraries. Check out today's blog post to learn more about traveling to Norway.

Thursday, January 18, 2018/Author: The Traveling Professor/Number of views (586)/Comments ()/ Article rating: 5.0

My Favorite Cities Few People Visit

They're in Italy, Germany, Norway, and Austria

small group tours to venice If you ask me, cities like Rome, Venice, and Paris are barely worth visiting during peak times.  Our Traveling Professor small group tours avoid these cities in the summer and certain holiday periods.   However, there are gems located all over Europe that can be visited any time of the year.  Each has it's own charms for different reasons.   On your next tour to Europe, try visiting one of these cities, even for only a day.  I guarantee you will enjoy them.

Saturday, December 31, 2016/Author: The Traveling Professor/Number of views (1088)/Comments ()/ Article rating: 4.3

What's So Good About Norway, Anyway?

See Why it is the New Travel Hot Spot

small group tours to norway 2017Cold, expensive, nothing to do?  That's what I hear from people when I mention they go on a small group tour to Norway.  But since The Traveling Professor introduced his small group tours to Norway (along with Denmark and Iceland), it has become an extremely popular tour.  Find out why people are willing to "Let It Go" and live their  "Frozen" dreams on a tour to Norway.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016/Author: The Traveling Professor/Number of views (764)/Comments ()/ Article rating: 4.4

5 Things to Love About Norway

Some Take Aways from Our Recent Small Group Tour

small group tour to norwayWe just got back from a small group tour to Copenhagen, Norway, and Iceland.   Six of our days were spent in Oslo, Flam, and Bergen.  Norway has plenty to offer travelers and in this blog post, I'll tell you what they liked the best.  By the way, we will be offering another small group tour to Norway (plus Denmark and Iceland) in 2017.  If not on our mailing list, sign up to get first notice of the tour.

Thursday, June 23, 2016/Author: The Traveling Professor/Number of views (1266)/Comments ()/ Article rating: 5.0

Norway Trip Report

Part 2: Flam and Bergen

small group tours to norwayWe took 12 travelers on The Traveling Professor's inaugural tour to Norway and Iceland.  We were blessed by good weather even if the temperatures were a little cool.  With our adventure in Copenhagen and Oslo over, our next phase of the journey involved going to the fjords of Flam then over to the seaside in Bergen.

Sunday, June 28, 2015/Author: The Traveling Professor/Number of views (1648)/Comments ()/ Article rating: 5.0
Categories: General Travel

We're Off to Norway and Iceland

Our First Tour With 12 Travelers Begins Next Week

tours to norwayLast August, The Traveling Professor floated the idea of taking small groups of travelers to Norway and Iceland.   Within a few days, the first tour was sold out.   I added another tour and that was sold out in a matter of weeks.  Norway and Iceland are two of the most exciting destinations right now and I am even more excited to be going on a small group tour to explore and enjoy these Nordic treasures.   Take a look at the blog post to see our planned itinerary and follow our fun on The Professor's Facebook page.

Thursday, June 4, 2015/Author: The Traveling Professor/Number of views (1879)/Comments ()/ Article rating: 5.0
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6 Tips for Visiting Venice

tips for visiting VeniceTo me, Venice is the most unique city in the world. It floats in the sea. The canals weave in and out of the city full of gondoliers, water taxis, and vaporetto.  It's definitely not a Roman city, but a mix of East and West. The pedestrian streets (there are no cars on the island, except for one very limited place) wind through the city with no rhyme or reason. We often travel there on The Traveling Professor's small group tours and our travelers love it. But there are a few tips we have for you in today's blog post about the city of Venice, or as they say it in Italy, Venezia.
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3 Side Trips from Florence Italy

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There is plenty to see and do in Florence. But the city is also close enough to other destinations in Italy that deserve a look. One of the nice things about Italy is the amount of diversity within close proximity to each other. So, a short trip by bus or train will take the traveler to another destination that offers variety in architecture, food, and culture. In this blog post, The Traveling Professor has selected 3 different side trips that are easily reachable by Florence for you to check out on your next tour.

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5 Handy Websites and Apps Needed for Every Overseas Trip

websites used for planning tripsTrip planning is full of details, details and then more details.  Putting together a trip means putting together a lot of logistical information from a lot of different resources. On every small group tour The Traveling Professor puts together, there seems to be certain websites and apps that are "go to" websites or apps for each and every trip.  In today's blog post, find out about the 5 websites and apps The Professor uses on almost every trip he plans.
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Perfect Spain Itinerary in 12 Days/11 Nights

Perfect Spain ItinerarySpain is one of the most popular destinations in Europe. Even the Europeans like to travel to Spain. For the first-timer, The Traveling Professor has laid out a plan of attack to see the most popular destinations in Spain.  In this blog post, we talk about where to go, what to see, where to stay and what to eat.  Take a look and go on your own or join The Traveling Professor when he introduces his first small group to Spain in 2021.  Olé!
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Tips on Flying Clean and Healthy

Tips for flying healthyPeople have become more aware of flying clean and healthy these days. The Corona Virus being in the news has put new emphasis on this.  In my experience, the traveler probably has the most probably of becoming ill from flying.  Think about it, the traveler is in a confined space within close proximity of others.  The seats and surrounding areas are touched and used by different people multiple times each day.  The air is recirculated.  Travelers can be tired and have a low resistance.  In this blog post we offer some suggestions on keeping healthy on your next flight.
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5 Places to Visit that Don't Exist

places to visit that dont existThere is plenty of history to see all over Europe and then there are things you want to see that really aren't there. But the legends, even if they are true are not are fun to explore.  In this blog post, The Traveling Professor tells about a few places that thousands and in some cases millions of travelers visit each year, that aren't really there. Read on and enjoy!
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