Join us for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to explore the lands and legacies forged by centuries of Baltic history and hear firsthand from historic world leader, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and former President of Poland, Lech Wałesa, and Pavel Palazhchenko, Interpreter and Advisor to former Soviet Union President Mikhail Gorbachev.One of the great cruise itineraries of the world, this unique Baltic Sea voyage features six Baltic countries and seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites and is scheduled during the best time of year when you can experience the luminous “White Nights” of the summer solstice.
Complimentary alcoholic & nonalcoholic beverages are included throughout the cruise!
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- Trip Type
- Group Travel Tour, International Ocean & Sea Voyages
- Departure Dates
- Jul 24, 2021 - Aug 2, 2021
Splendors of Stockholm
A Royal Seaport and Capital City Extend your Baltic experience with a Post‑Cruise Option in handsome Stockholm, a harmonious blend of medieval Renaissance and modern architecture showcased across 14 small islands connected by more than 23 bridges. Visit the magnificent City Hall, the site of the annual Nobel Prize banquet. Walk through the Gamla Stan (Old Town) and visit the maritime museum built to house the Vasa, the world’s only preserved 17th‑century warship. Spend two nights in the ideally located Sheraton Stockholm Hotel.
Wonders of Norway
Bergen ◆ Fjords ◆ Oslo ◆ Copenhagen
via Flåm Mountain Railway and Coastal Ferry
The Pre-Cruise Option immerses you in majestic Norwegian landscapes and Scandinavian culture on this unique five-night journey from Bergen to Copenhagen. Tour the historic city of Bergen, including Bryggen (the old wharf), a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and visit Troldhaugen, the historic home of famed composer Edvard Grieg. Travel through pristine fjordlands on the Flåm Railway, one of the world’s most scenic train rides. Enjoy a private cruise into UNESCO World Heritage‑designated Nærøyfjord, the highlights of vibrant Oslo and an exclusively chartered cruise along Copenhagen’s idyllic canals. Spend four nights in comfortable hotels, including the historic Stalheim Hotel, and one night aboard an award‑winning Seaways ferry.
Barbara Horlbeck, M.A., is an arts and culture professional with extensive global experience. She is a lecturer, writer, independent researcher and adjunct instructor of art history, and has developed and teaches college and university-level art history courses, including “Arts of the Islamic World” and “Arts of the Ancient World.” As Founder of Arts and Influences, Barbara developed the successful Food for Thought Lecture and Lunch Series and created a series of in-depth seminars covering a broad range of topics from “Arts of the Medieval World,” and “Arts of China, India and Japan” to “Collectors, Collections, and the Modern Museum.” As a docent at the Minneapolis Institute of Art for nearly 20 years, Barbara has led tours for educators, specialists and the general public. She has traveled in nearly 40 countries, including five continents and the North Pole, as well as Iran, India, Pakistan and China. Barbara loves helping travelers develop a deeper understanding of our rich artistic and cultural legacy while, at the same time, placing works of art and architecture in their rich historical context.
Cancellations for all or any part of the program including Pre/Post Program(s) reservation(s) will not be effective until received in writing in the offices of Gohagan. Should you have to cancel, the following terms will apply: reservation cancellation(s) are subject to a $200 per person administrative fee from the time of booking through 120 days prior to departure; from 119 through 95 days prior to departure, $800 per person; cancellations 94 days or less prior to departure, a no‑show or early return from the program will result in forfeiture of 100% of the published full regular tariffs. In addition, any applicable airline cancellation fees, optional excursion cancellation fees and administrative fees may apply.
- day 1
Depart the U.S.
- day 2
Stockholm, Sweden/ Embark Le Dumont‑d’Urville 3
- day 3
- day 4
St. Petersburg, Russia
- day 5
- day 6
- day 7
Visby, Gotland Island, Sweden
- day 8
- day 9
Cruising the Baltic Sea
- day 10
Copenhagen, Denmark/Disembark ship/ Return to the U.S. or Canada
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