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Scandinavian Vacation – June 16-23, 2015

Europe’s most breathtaking scenery, the Midnight Sun, some of her most brilliant and exotic cities, internationally renowned cuisine, and world class Jazz – that’s Scandinavia!! Unimaginably beautiful!

Copenhagen, city of Hans Christian Andersen, the glorious Tivoli Gardens in-town amusement park, the Little Mermaid in Copenhagen Harbor, an endless choice of museums, restaurants, bars and entertainment of every sort!

.Stockholm CityStockholm, city of Greta Garbo and Ingrid Bergman, one of Europe’s most enchanting cities, the world-famous Vasa Museum, breathtaking Gamla Stan (Old Town), and the city that revived the art of Jazz Music for the world to enjoy anew!

You cruise the Stockholm Archipelago, with endless stunning island landscapes dotting the Baltic Sea en route to beautiful Finland, where you arrive the next morning.

Helsinki, your final stop, where fun on the Tram mixes with seeing all the sights of this enigmatic city, Finlandia Hall and one of Europe’s most stunning concert venues, the island fortress of Suomenlinaa in Helsinki Harbor, and a magnificent setting on the Baltic make this an unforgettable place to bid farewell to beautiful Scandinavia!

For more details and complete itinerary, please download our flier.

COST: $2399 per person which includes airfare* from NYC

DEPOSITS/CANCELLATION: $500 pp deposit required. $250 cancellation fee; 50% at 90 days, 75% 89-31 days, 100% within 30 days.

ADDITIONAL COSTS: Insurance, personal items, meals and sightseeing not included in itinerary.

* To take advantage of air inclusive pricing, the air portion is non-refundable and must be paid at the time of the deposit and will be subject to any rules and regulations of the airline in terms of cancellation.


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  1. lisa says:

    Hi Everyone!
    I have a tween son (12 yrs in August)and would love to take this trip.
    Anyone else thinking about it?

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