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SCANDINAVIA WITH THE SISTERHOOD

MAY 2-15, 2024

Watch a Nordic postcard unfold before your eyes and discover the lands where Vikings reigned. Uncover why Copenhagen is dubbed the “gastro capital of Scandinavia.” Take in the best of the Swedish countryside during a relaxing stay at a family-run manor house. Join a local expert for an intimate tour of Stockholm, Sweden’s idyllic capital city. Experience Norway’s breathtaking fjord region as you travel across the dramatic Sognefjord to the Briksdal Glacier. An incredible journey to a land of unparalleled beauty awaits you in Scandinavia, where history and culture intersect with stunning natural wonders.

We promise you lots of fun, laughs, spectacular sightseeing and most of all….the magic of Sisterhood!

OUR ITINERARY

May 2, 2024

Board your overnight flight to Copenhagen, Denmark (CPH) as you set out to explore Scandinavia by land and experience one of the world’s most incredible regions with your new Sisters.

May 3, 2024

Our tour opens in the beautiful city of Copenhagen. Take some time to venture out on your own and come to know this cosmopolitan capital, dubbed the “gastro capital of Scandinavia.” Tonight, we’ll meet our Sisters for our included dinner. (D) Hotel: Scandic Spectrum Copenhagen

Stockholm old town city skyline, cityscape of Sweden

May 4, 2024

Today, we’ll join a local expert and set off on an engaging tour of Denmark’s capital city. We’ll explore Nyhavn, the picturesque harbor lined with colorful facades and charming cafes, as well as Amalienborg Palace, the residence of the Danish royal family. Later, we’ll visit the Little Mermaid Statue, a 1913 sculpture honoring Hans Christian Andersen’s famous fictional character. Next, we’ll see Christiansborg Palace, home to the Danish parliament, before enjoying some free time to explore Copenhagen on our own. (B) Hotel: Scandic Spectrum Copenhagen

May 5, 2024

Today, we’ll bid farewell to Copenhagen and travel north to meet the Hage family on their organic farm. We’ll learn about their work conserving ancient grains and the old Danish livestock breeds before enjoying some homemade treats. We’ll continue on to Helsingor, home of Kronborg Castle, and board a local ferry for a short ride across the famous Oresund to Sweden. This afternoon, we will arrive Toftaholm Herrgård, a family-run lakeside manor house and your home for the evening. Before dinner, a local storyteller will enchant us with fabled stories from Sweden’s past. (B, D) Hotel: Toftaholm Herrgard, Vittaryd

May 6, 2024

This morning, we’ll bid farewell to our countryside retreat and travel to Granna, a town situated on the shores of Lake Vättern and famous for its charming wooden houses, cobblestone streets and delectable candy shops. We’ll continue north to Stockholm, Sweden’s capital city. Tonight, let’s enjoy a twist on modern dishes from Swedish and European cuisine at a local restaurant with our Sisters. (B, D) Hotel: Scandic Grand Central Stockhol

Christiansborg Palace, Copenhagen

May 7, 2024

Today, we’ll view Stockholm’s greatest vistas and attractions, including Gamla Stan (Old Town), Riddarholm Church, the Royal Palace and the Parliament. We’ll also enjoy a visit inside Stockholm’s stunning City Hall which displays towering brick walls paired with an opulent interior. This afternoon it’s your choice! You may choose to explore the Vasa Ship Museum and learn about the vessel’s shocking maiden voyage, when it sank in a single nautical mile; the perfectly preserved ship, commissioned in the 1600s by King Vasa, was raised 334 years later from the bottom of the harbor -OR- visit the ABBA Museum, an interactive exhibition about the Swedish pop sensation. The remainder of the day is yours to explore Stockholm independently with your Sisters. Discover its strikingly colorful architecture and sample its innovative cuisine. (B) Hotel: Scandic Grand Central Stockholm

May 8, 2024

Today, we’re going to take a quick flight to Oslo, one of Europe’s fastest-growing cities. As Norway’s capital since 1814, Oslo is the center of the country’s government and the home to the royal family. Here, you’ll find a vibrant, cosmopolitan hub with an abundance of world-class museums, restaurants and art. This evening, enjoy traditional Norwegian fare in one of Oslo’s oldest buildings. (B, D) Hotel: Hotel Bristol Oslo

May 9, 2024

Our tour of Oslo begins at the remarkable Fram Museum, dedicated to telling the story of Norwegian polar exploration. We’ll continue along Karl Johan Street and view the Royal Palace and city hall in quaint downtown Oslo. Next, we’ll visit Vigeland Park, home to the collection of statues and sculptures that comprise Gustav Vigeland’s life’s work. Later this afternoon, enjoy some free time to relax or explore Oslo independently. (B) Hotel: Hotel Bristol Oslo

May 10, 2024

Today, we’ll travel north from Norway’s capital to the majestic fjord region where we’ll visit the Borgund Stave Church, the intricate structure built in dedication to the Apostle Andrew in 1180. We’ll arrive next in the quaint village of Flåm, nestled at the entrance to the stunning Aurlandsfjord. (B, D) Hotel: Fretheim Hotel, Flam

May 11, 2024

Today we’re in for a treat as we embark on the renowned Flåm Railway, one of the world’s steepest train rides, and ascend 3,000 feet past mighty waterfalls, towering mountains and amazing valleys. We’ll journey to the mountain plateau of Myrdal and cascade down to the fjord of Flåm, taking in the breathtaking views each way. Next, we’ll continue on to the village of Loen, for a relaxing stay in the heart for Norway’s fjord region. (B, D) Hotel:  Hotel Loenfjord, Loen

Two trains passing on the Flam Railway

May 12, 2024

Today, we’ll spend our time enchanted by the inspiring landscape of the fjord region of Norway. While in Geiranger, a UNESCO World Heritage site, we are going to embark on an exhilarating Geirangerfjord cruise, soaking in some of Norway’s most beautiful scenery along the way. Known to be one of the most famous fjords in the world, Geirangerfjord is where you’ll find Norway’s mightiest waterfalls: the Seven Sisters, the Bridal Veil and the Suitor. You’ll notice that homesteads are a continued presence on the steep sides of the mountains, where these farms have been kept for centuries. (B, D) Hotel:  Hotel Loenfjord, Loen

May 13, 2024

Today, we want you to be inspired by Norway’s most impressive landscapes en route to Bergen – the gateway to the fjords. Founded with Viking roots, the Bergen of today is known for its old-world charm and scenic landscapes. (B) Hotel: Scandic Neptun Bergen

May 14, 2024

Join a guided walking tour of Bergen this morning. Stroll along the historic and iconic harbor front, known as the Bryggen (UNESCO). Enjoy the afternoon at leisure, or you may choose to join an optional tour to taste the food of Bergen. Tonight, we’ll gather together for an atmospheric farewell dinner in the historic Bryggen neighborhood. (B, D) Hotel: Scandic Neptun Bergen

Reconstructed wooden Gol Stave Churc in Norwegian Museum of Cultural History at Bygdoy peninsula in Oslo, Norway, Scandanavia

May 15, 2024

​Depart for home today with incredible memories of your Scandinavian journey and your new BFFs. (B)

Pricing

PRICING & INCLUSIONS

Double Occupancy Per Person
$ 6499
00
per person
  • 13 nights / 14 days deluxe accommodations
  • Private, roundtrip transfers between airport hotels
  • 20 Meals (12 breakfasts and 8 dinners)​​
  • Internal, economy, group flight to Oslo
  • All sightseeing tours, exclusive and immersive experiences and excursions as listed within this itinerary
  • Private transportation throughout the itinerary
  • Sisterhood Group Leaders​
  • Commemorative T-Shirt
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PRICING & INCLUSIONS

Single Occupancy Per Person
$ 7299
00
per person
  • 13 nights / 14 days deluxe accommodations
  • Private, roundtrip transfers between airport hotels
  • 20 Meals (12 breakfasts and 8 dinners)​​
  • Internal, economy, group flight to Oslo
  • All sightseeing tours, exclusive and immersive experiences and excursions as listed within this itinerary
  • Private transportation throughout the itinerary
  • Sisterhood Group Leaders​
  • Commemorative T-Shirt
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

  • The maximum number on this tour will be 40 women including your Sisterhood Travels Group Leaders
  • Roundtrip airfare from the U.S. is NOT included in the price. You will fly into Copenhagen (CPH) and fly out of Bergen (BGO). Click Here for Airfare Information
  • At the time of your booking, you are NOT required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Due to the ever-changing rules and regulations, this could change prior to final payment and/or departure. 
  • ​We are unable to accommodate mobility assist devices such as wheelchairs and walkers on this tour due to the activity level of the trip. Travelers should be in reasonably good health and able to meet the demands of the activity level for the trip. 
  • You must be able to manage your own luggage without assistance 
  • If you need a roommate, we will be happy to match you to another traveler but we will not assign your roommate until final payments are made. If you have asked us to match you, you do not need to search for one in our Facebook group. See Need a Roommate? below for more information.
  • Your passports must be valid for at least six months beyond your return date to the United States​.
  • Effective for travel after November 2023, all visitors who do not need a visa to enter Europe will be expected to apply for an ETIAS travel authorization, for a fee, when visiting a Schengen Area Country. To identify Schengen Area Countries and to complete the ETIAS application, please visit https://www.etiasvisa.com/ 
  • Optional Travel Insurance is strongly recommended. We will send you a quote once you make your booking.
  • Deposits are 100% non-refundable nor are they transferable to another person or trip.
  • There is no refund for unused portions of the trip including transfers. 

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Cancellation & Refunds

Activity Level:

Active

This is an active itinerary packed with a combination of long, active days, several early hotel departures and long journeys by coach. The itinerary may also involve multiple flights and travel by non-traditional means such as safari vehicles, rickshaws/pedicabs, bicycles etc. Some accommodation may be based on authentic home stays, overnight camping and/or some basic rural hotels adding to the authenticity of the experience. Alternatively, it could include concentrated periods of more strenuous physical activity. Guests should be capable of walking 2-3 miles at a time over potentially difficult, uneven terrain which may include hills. Guests should have the appropriate levels of ability, fitness and good health to safely enjoy the trip.