$4,060 USD per person/double occupancy
$500 USD deposit per person is required to reserve space on a first come, first serve basis.
The remaining balance must be paid in full 90 days before the first day of the tour.
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This tour begins in Helsinki and ends in Bergen.
B – breakfast, L – lunch, D – dinner
MAY 21 • • • Arrival into Helsinki. Meet your deaf guide at the airport and check into your hotel. Visit the Light House, owned by Finnish Deaf Association. Leisurely walk about at Suomenlinna Fortress. Kauppatori (Market Square). Walk along Aleksanterinkatu including a visit at Kamppi Chapel. Welcome dinner. Sleep in Helsinki. D
MAY 22 • • • Grand tour of Helsinki with local deaf guide. Senate Square. Helsinki Cathedral. Sibelius Monument. Temppeliaukio (Rock) Church. Head over to the South Harbor by 4:00 pm for our overnight cruise from Helsinki to Stockholm. B
MAY 23 • • • Breakfast onboard before disembarking and transferring to a hotel in Stockholm. Grand tour of Stockholm with local deaf guide. Gamla Stan (Old Town. Royal Palace. Stadshuset (City Hall). Vasa Museum. Evening cocktails at Mälarpaviljongen. Sleep in Stockholm for 2 nights. B
MAY 24 • • • Open day with optional excursions. Stockholm Deaf Association’s Döve Hus. Ride the SkyView gondola to the top of the world’s largest spherical building, Ericsson Globe, for a fantastic view encompassing all of Stockholm. Drottningholm Palace. Check out cutting edge galleries at Södermalm. Djurgarden. Stockholm Archipelago. B
MAY 25 • • • Depart from Stockholm to Copenhagen via high speed train. Rådhuset (Town Hall). Strøget shopping street. Rundetaarn. Evening at the Tivoli Gardens. Sleep in Copenhagen for 2 nights. B
MAY 26 • • • Grand tour of Copenhagen with local deaf guide. Rosenborg Castle. Amalienborg Palace. Statue of Little Mermaid. Canal boat cruise from Nyhavn. Church of Our Saviour. The alternative hippie commune at Christiana. B
MAY 27 • • • Open day with optional excursions. Ride bicycles around the city (as a lot of people ride bicycles in Copenhagen). Strøget shopping street. Christiansborg Palace. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. National Museum of Denmark. Carlsberg Brewery. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. Grundtvig Church. The David Collection. Kronborg Castle. Frederiksborg Palace. Head over to the Søndre Frihavn by 3:15 pm for our overnight cruise from Copenhagen to Oslo. B,D
MAY 28 • • • Breakfast onboard before disembarking and transferring to a hotel in Oslo. Grand tour of Oslo with local deaf guide. Norsk Folkemuseum. Viking Ship Museum. Kon-tiki Museum. Sleep in Oslo for 2 nights. B
MAY 29 • • • Morning visit at Vigeland Park as well as Munch Museum. Free time in the afternoon including taking a stroll along Karl Johansgate, which is the main street of Oslo. B
MAY 30 • • • Morning train from Oslo to Myrdal then to Flåm. Sleep in Flåm. B MAY 31 • • • Morning at leisure in Flåm. Then a 5 hour express boat alongside Norway’s longest and deepest fjord: Søgnefjord. Arrive into Bergen in the evening. Sleep in Bergen for 2 nights. B
JUNE 1 • • • Grand tour of Bergen. Bryggen Wharf. Fløibanen Funicular. Fish and Flower Market. Old Bergen Open Air Museum. And some free time. Farewell dinner. B,D
JUNE 2 • • • In the morning, we transfer to the airport for your flights back home. B