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England/Netherlands/Germany/Poland/Estonia/Russia/Finland/Sweden

Odyssey at Sea: Coasts of Northern Europe & Russia

Sail along the coasts of seven northern European countries and Russia aboard our favorite ship, discovering landmarks and hidden gems along the way.
Program No. 23983RJ
Length
15 days
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6,499
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England/Netherlands/Germany/Poland/Estonia/Russia/Finland/Sweden

Odyssey at Sea: Coasts of Northern Europe & Russia

Sail along the coasts of seven northern European countries and Russia aboard our favorite ship, discovering landmarks and hidden gems along the way.
Length
15 days
Starts at
6,499
Special Offer
Click on Dates & Prices below to see special offer details.
Flights start at
FREE
Program No. 23983 RJ
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A cabin with no window, porthole or balcony.
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A cabin with a window or porthole to view the outside.
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A cabin featuring a verandah, or balcony, that allows you to step outside without going to a public deck.
Jul 9 - Jul 23, 2021
Ship Inside 6,499
Ship Outside 7,099
Ship Balcony 8,999
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OFFER EXTENDED: Enroll by Dec. 31, 2020 for free air from many cities! Airfare availability may vary by date. Ask about low-cost air from other cities.

DATES & PRICES

Ship Inside
Details
Accommodation Details
A cabin with no window, porthole or balcony.
Ship Out
Details
Accommodation Details
A cabin with a window or porthole to view the outside.
Ship Balc
Details
Accommodation Details
A cabin featuring a verandah, or balcony, that allows you to step outside without going to a public deck.
Jul 9 - Jul 23, 2021
Ship Inside 7,999
Ship Outside 8,599
Ship Balcony 10,999
Special Offer

OFFER EXTENDED: Enroll by Dec. 31, 2020 for free air from many cities! Airfare availability may vary by date. Ask about low-cost air from other cities.

At a Glance

Step aboard our floating campus for a remarkable voyage exploring coastal treasures in eight unique countries. Alongside experts, make your way from England and the Netherlands to Germany and Poland, Estonia and Russia to Finland and Sweden over the course of 14 discovery-filled days. Unlike most cruise ships that are briefly in port, you’ll have overnight stays in many locations, as well as a hotel night in Stockholm — the perfect opportunity for deeper exploration. Dive deep into the culture, art, and history of this storied region on this unforgettable learning odyssey.
Activity Level
Choose Your Pace
This program offers two activity levels to choose from on every departure date: one that has less walking and fewer stairs and another at a more active pace.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Spend two days in Saint Petersburg, where you’ll visit the State Hermitage Museum for a docent-led exploration.
  • Experience the unique architecture of Stockholm’s City Hall with an expert, a remarkable building inaugurated in 1923.
  • Spend a full day exploring the history of Berlin, from remnants of the Berlin Wall to the Pergamon Museum, one of the most breathtaking collections of monumental antiquities in Europe.
  • Sail exclusively with shipmates who are all Road Scholar participants, as dedicated to learning as you are.

General Notes

We’ll have up to 350 Road Scholar participants on the ship, divided into groups of 35 for shore excursions. Please note roommate matching is available in categories F, H and L. Looking to extend your stay? In addition to "Odyssey at Sea: Stockholm Extension" (#24029) shown above, this program has another extension: "Experience Local Life in London" (#23618).
Visit the Road Scholar Bookshop
You can find many of the books we recommend at the Road Scholar store on bookshop.org, a website that supports local bookstores.
The Haunted Land, Facing Europe's Ghosts After Communism
by Tina Rosenberg
In this groundbreaking book, a journalist reports on how the newly democratized people of East Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic have confronted the horrors of their former governments.
Book of Clouds
by Chloe Aridjis
Chloe Aridjis's beautifully evocative novel is set in today's Berlin; a young Mexican woman flees her family only to find a city that cannot escape its past.
Sunlight at Midnight: St. Petersburg and the Rise of Modern Russia
by W. Bruce Lincoln
A wonderfully written, informative portrait of St. Petersburg, focusing on the city's development in the 18th and 19th centuries as Russia's "window on the West." Highly recommended for travelers with an interest in the character and significance of the city and its monuments.
The Diary of a Young Girl
by Anne Frank
Daily life captured in a diary format of a young Jewish girl hiding from persecution in Nazi occupied Holland.
Crime and Punishment
by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
A fictional tale, of a poor Russian man's premeditated murder and the ensuing misery to follow. Dostoyevsky largely draws upon his own experiences of poverty in St. Petersburg, painting a vivid picture of social and psychological causes of crimes.
Northern Europe Scandinavia Map
by Freytag & Berndt
A colorful shaded relief map showing the Baltic region from Copenhagen to St. Petersburg and Hammerfest at a scale of 1:2,000,000.
Insight Guide Scandinavia
by Insight Guides
From Denmark to Sweden, Norway and Finland, this guide introduces the region with outstanding color maps and photographs.
Berlin: Imagine a City
by Rory MacLean
A city devastated by Allied bombs, divided by a Wall, then reunited and reborn, Berlin today resonates with the echo of lives lived, dreams realised and evils executed. No other city has repeatedly been so powerful and fallen so low. And few other cities have been so shaped and defined by individual imaginations. Through vivid portraits spanning five centuries, Rory MacLean reveals the varied and rich history of Berlin, from its brightest to its darkest moments. We encounter an ambitious prostitute refashioning herself as a princess, a Scottish mercenary fighting for the Prussian Army, Marlene Dietrich flaunting her sexuality and Hitler fantasising about the mega-city Germania. The result is a uniquely imaginative biography of one of the world's most volatile yet creative cities.
The Baltic, A History
by Michael North
In his erudite history of the "Nordic Mediterranean," North covers over 1,000 years of trade, politics, architecture, cultural exchange and conflict in the Baltic. His main point: the Baltic's coastal nations have always been an interconnected economic unit.
Land of the Firebird, The Beauty of Old Russia
by Suzanne Massie
Massie traces both minuscule details and larger movements in pre-revolutionary Russian art, literature and daily life in this affectionate overview of 19th-century palaces, courts and culture.
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15 days
14 nights
36 meals
13 B 11 L 12 D
DAY
1
In Transit to Program
In Flight
DAY
2
Arrive London, Transfer to Port, Embark Aegean Odyssey
Tilbury
D
Aegean Odyssey

Activity note: London Heathrow (LHR). Refer to your personal air itinerary for specific flight information. Transfer to the port will take approximately one hour.

Morning: Transfer from the airport to the cruise terminal and board the Aegean Odyssey. Meals aboard ship will begin with dinner; a light lunch will be available for those who arrive in time.

Afternoon: After embarking the Aegean Odyssey, take some time to freshen up and relax before our Orientation session. Orientation: 6:00 p.m. The Group Leader will greet everyone and lead introductions. We will review the up-to-date program schedule, discuss roles and responsibilities, logistics, safety guidelines, emergency procedures, and answer questions. Program activities, schedules, personnel, and indicated distances or times may change due to local circumstances/conditions. In the event of changes, we will alert you as quickly as possible. Thank you for your understanding.

Dinner: Aboard ship, enjoy your first dinner on board in the venue of your choice: the a la carte Marco Polo restaurant, open for dinner as well as lunch on full days at sea; and the Terrace Café with its extensive buffet open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Chef-prepared meals feature fresh ingredients in tasty preparations including healthy choices. Both restaurants offer open-seating dining. All meals aboard ship are included as well as afternoon tea and late night snacks. Non-alcoholic beverages and select wines at dinner are included; other beverages are available for purchase upon request.

Evening: At leisure. Enjoy activities aboard ship, spend time with fellow Road Scholars, and be sure to check the briefing memo/daily bulletin placed in our cabins with highlights for tomorrow. The ship is scheduled to remain in port overnight.

DAY
3
Tilbury, Shipboard Activities, Lecture
At Sea
B,L,D
Aegean Odyssey

Activity note: Extent and duration of free time activities dependent on personal preference.

Breakfast: In the Terrace Café — and on the Lido Deck in nice weather — there are freshly made hot and cold dishes to choose from such as eggs, breakfast meats, cereals, fruits, breads, pastries, and a variety of healthy choices as well as milk, juice, coffee, tea, water. Meals feature fresh local ingredients in tasty preparations.

Morning: Free time. Enjoy the activities of your choice aboard ship, including a lecture on topics relevant to our program.

Lunch: You may choose either the Marco Polo Restaurant that serves a variety of á là carte items or the Terrace Café with its buffet.

Afternoon: Free time. Enjoy the activities of your choice aboard ship. Late afternoon, we will gather with our Group Leader for a port talk. The ship will leave Tilbury on our journey to Amsterdam.

Dinner: You may choose either the Marco Polo Restaurant that serves a variety of á là carte items or the Terrace Café with its buffet.

Evening: Enjoy activities aboard ship, spend time with fellow Road Scholars, and be sure to check the briefing memo/daily bulletin placed in our cabins with highlights for tomorrow.

DAY
4
Amsterdam, Netherlands
At Sea
B,L,D
Aegean Odyssey

Activity note: Extent and duration of free time activities dependent on personal preference.

Breakfast: In the Terrace Café — and on the Lido Deck in nice weather.

Morning: We'll board a motorcoach to set out on our panoramic exploration of Amsterdam, taking in the incredible network of canals and learning the rich history of Amsterdam, the capital city of the Netherlands.

Lunch: Your choice of the Terrace Café or Marco Polo Restaurant.

Afternoon: Free time. Enjoy the activities of your choice aboard ship.

Dinner: You may choose either the Marco Polo Restaurant that serves a variety of á là carte items or the Terrace Café with its buffet.

Evening: At leisure. Enjoy activities aboard ship, spend time with fellow Road Scholars, and be sure to check the briefing memo/daily bulletin placed in our cabins with highlights for tomorrow. The ship will leave Amsterdam on our journey to Warnemunde.

DAY
5
Transiting the Kiel Canal
At Sea
B,L,D
Aegean Odyssey

Activity note: Extent and duration of free time activities dependent on personal preference.

Breakfast: In the Terrace Café — and on the Lido Deck in nice weather.

Morning: The Kiel Canal is a 98-kilometre long freshwater canal in northern Germany. The canal was finished in 1895, but later widened, and links the North and Baltic Seas. As we pass through this important canal, we'll listen to expert commentary on the subject.

Lunch: Your choice of the Terrace Café or Marco Polo Restaurant.

Afternoon: Free time. Enjoy the activities of your choice aboard ship. Late afternoon, we will gather with our Group Leader for a port talk.

Dinner: You may choose either the Marco Polo Restaurant that serves a variety of á là carte items or the Terrace Café with its buffet.

Evening: At leisure. Enjoy activities aboard ship, spend time with fellow Road Scholars, and be sure to check the briefing memo/daily bulletin placed in our cabins with highlights for tomorrow.

DAY
6
Port of Warnemunde, Berlin, Pergamon Museum, Cathedral
At Sea
B,D
Aegean Odyssey

Activity note: Getting on/off motorcoach. Driving approximately 150 miles (242 km) each way, about 5 hours round trip. NOTE: Pergamon Museum is currently undergoing staggered renovation work, therefore the hall containing the Pergamon Altar will be closed until 2023. The North Wing and the gallery of Hellenistic Art are also affected by the closure. The South Wing, featuring the Market Gate of Miletus, the Ishtar Gate and Processional Way, Babylon, as well as the Museum of Islamic Art, is unaffected.

Breakfast: In the Terrace Café — and on the Lido Deck in nice weather.

Morning: We'll board our motorcoach for a full day exploring Berlin. On the 10th May 1933 some 20,000 books were burned in Berlin’s Bebelplatz by order of the Nazi Party. In 1995, a memorial was unveiled in the square to commemorate this infamous event. Driving through Kurfurstendamm, Berlin’s Champs-Elysees, we pass the impressive 17th century Schloss Charlottenburg, followed by the Gendarmenmarkt featuring the neoclassical Concert Hall and the French and German churches. Other highlights we will see include the remnants of the Berlin Wall, the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag and Checkpoint Charlie.

Lunch: On your own in Berlin to do and see according to personal interest. The Group Leader is happy to offer suggestions.

Afternoon: Continue to the Neo-Renaissance Protestant Berlin Cathedral, followed by the Pergamon Museum, which has one of the most breathtaking collections of monumental antiquities in Europe, including the Ishtar Gate and Processional Way from Babylon, constructed in about 575BCE by King Nebuchadnezzar II. Late afternoon, we'll return to the ship.

Dinner: You may choose either the Marco Polo Restaurant that serves a variety of á là carte items or the Terrace Café with its buffet.

Evening: At leisure. Enjoy activities aboard ship, spend time with fellow Road Scholars, and be sure to check the briefing memo/daily bulletin placed in our cabins with highlights for tomorrow. The ship will leave Warnemunde on our journey.

DAY
7
At Sea, Shipboard Activities, Lecture
At Sea
B,L,D
Aegean Odyssey

Activity note: Extent and duration of free time activities dependent on personal preference.

Breakfast: In the Terrace Café — and on the Lido Deck in nice weather.

Morning: Free time. Enjoy the activities of your choice aboard ship, including a lecture on topics relevant to our program.

Lunch: Your choice of the Terrace Café or Marco Polo Restaurant.

Afternoon: Free time. Enjoy the activities of your choice aboard ship. Late afternoon, we will gather with our Group Leader for a port talk.

Dinner: You may choose either the Marco Polo Restaurant that serves a variety of á là carte items or the Terrace Café with its buffet.

Evening: At leisure. Enjoy activities aboard ship, spend time with fellow Road Scholars, and be sure to check the briefing memo/daily bulletin placed in our cabins with highlights for tomorrow.

DAY
8
Gdynia, Royal Route, St. Mary's Church
At Sea
B,L,D
Aegean Odyssey

Activity note: Getting on/off motorcoach. Walking up to 2 miles, uneven surfaces. Extent and duration of free time activities dependent on personal preference.

Breakfast: In the Terrace Café — and on the Lido Deck in nice weather.

Morning: This panoramic tour follows the royal route from the Green Gate on the banks of Motlawa to Long Street and the historic town houses of Long Market, including the Main Town Hall, Arthur’s Court and the iconic Neptune Fountain. Known as the “Crown of Gdansk”, St. Mary’s Church was begun in the 15th century and is the world’s largest brick temple, with mighty walls and towers rising high above the skyline, including an eighty-two metre tower that affords some breathtaking views of the city. The church took over 150 years to complete and can accommodate 25,000 worshippers. Its deceivingly plain exterior belies a bright, spacious interior featuring thirty decorated chapels, a polyptych, ancient tombs and a 15th century astronomical clock.

Lunch: Your choice of the Terrace Café, Marco Polo Restaurant, or on your own in port.

Afternoon: Free time. Enjoy the activities of your choice aboard ship on your own in port. Late afternoon, we will gather with our Group Leader for a port talk.

Dinner: You may choose either the Marco Polo Restaurant that serves a variety of á là carte items or the Terrace Café with its buffet.

Evening: At leisure. Enjoy activities aboard ship, spend time with fellow Road Scholars, and be sure to check the briefing memo/daily bulletin placed in our cabins with highlights for tomorrow. The ship will leave Gdynia on our journey to Tallinn.

DAY
9
At Sea, Shipboard Activities, Lecture
At Sea
B,L,D
Aegean Odyssey

Activity note: Extent and duration of free time activities dependent on personal preference.

Breakfast: In the Terrace Café — and on the Lido Deck in nice weather.

Morning: Free time. Enjoy the activities of your choice aboard ship, including a lecture on topics relevant to our program.

Lunch: Your choice of the Terrace Café, Marco Polo Restaurant.

Afternoon: Free time. Enjoy the activities of your choice aboard ship. Late afternoon, we will gather with our Group Leader for a port talk.

Dinner: You may choose either the Marco Polo Restaurant that serves a variety of á là carte items or the Terrace Café with its buffet.

Evening: At leisure. Enjoy activities aboard ship, spend time with fellow Road Scholars, and be sure to check the briefing memo/daily bulletin placed in our cabins with highlights for tomorrow.

DAY
10
Tallinn, Upper Town
At Sea
B,L,D
Aegean Odyssey

Activity note: Getting on/off a motorcoach. Walking about 2 miles; uneven, cobblestone surfaces; steep hills, long flights of steps. Extent and duration of free time activities dependent on personal preference.

Breakfast: In the Terrace Café — and on the Lido Deck in nice weather.

Morning: From the UNESCO World Heritage Site inscription: “The origins of Tallinn date back to the 13th century, when a castle was built there by the crusading knights of the Teutonic Order. It developed as a major centre of the Hanseatic League, and its wealth is demonstrated by the opulence of the public buildings (the churches in particular) and the domestic architecture of the merchants' houses, which have survived to a remarkable degree despite the ravages of fire and war in the intervening centuries.” We’ll depart the ship and take a motorcoach to begin a walking field trip led by a local expert that will feature some of the city’s most historically and culturally significant sites. Among the highlights we’ll see in the Upper Town are Toompea Castle, imposing Pikk Hermann tower (c. 1360); the Parliament building; and the Russian Orthodox Alexander Nevski Cathedral.

Lunch: Your choice of the Terrace Café, Marco Polo Restaurant.

Afternoon: Free time aboard ship. Enjoy the activities of your choice aboard ship. Late afternoon, we will gather with our Group Leader for a port talk. The ship will leave Tallinn on our journey to St. Petersburg.

Dinner: You may choose either the Marco Polo Restaurant that serves a variety of á là carte items or the Terrace Café with its buffet.

Evening: At leisure. Enjoy activities aboard ship, spend time with fellow Road Scholars, and be sure to check the briefing memo/daily bulletin placed in our cabins with highlights for tomorrow.

DAY
11
St. Petersburg, Catherine's Palace, Peterhof
St. Petersburg
B,L,D
Aegean Odyssey

Activity note: Getting on/off motorcoach. There are flights of stairs, no elevators, crowded conditions, and the possibility of long lines between galleries. Photography is not allowed in the Amber Room of Catherine's Palace. The drive to Peterhof is about 12.5 miles (20.5 kilometers), approximately 1 hour. Walking at Peterhof approximately 1.5 miles with some gravel paths, flights of stairs, few places to sit. Peterhof and Catherine's Palace are not wheelchair accessible.

Breakfast: In the Terrace Café — and on the Lido Deck in nice weather.

Morning: We’ll board a motorcoach at the pier to begin studying the royal lifestyle of the Romanovs with an expert-led field trip to the town of Pushkin — originally called Tsarskoye Selo (Tsar’s Village) — to explore the Catherine Palace and its adjacent park. This elaborate baroque residence was built by Tsarina Elizabeth in 1752 to honor the memory of her mother Katarina, the first wife of Tsar Peter I the Great. It was later rebuilt to become the main summer residence of Tsarina Catherine II the Great. Inside the palace, we’ll come face to face with a magnificent reconstruction of what some have called the Eighth Wonder of the World: the extraordinary Amber Room, made with six tons of amber, decorated with other gemstones and gold leaf, and inlaid with mirrors. We’ll learn how the room’s panels of amber mosaics were taken by the Nazis during their invasion of Russia in World War II, how they mysteriously disappeared, theories regarding the yet-unknown whereabouts, and how teams of Russian artists and conservators worked meticulously from 1979 until 2003 to reconstruct the entire room.

Lunch: At a local restaurant.

Afternoon: We’ll continue by motorcoach to Peterhof, the stunning summer estate of Russian tsars on the Gulf of Finland. We’ll have an expert-led exploration of the interior of the Grand Palace, including Peter the Great’s Oak Study and the Chinese Lobbies, before having some time for independent exploration of the Lower Park. Peter the Great himself sketched out what became one of the most extraordinary royal garden creations anywhere in the world. His successors the Empress Elizabeth (his daughter) and Catherine the Great continued to expand and improve these gardens. The Lower Park is considered a masterpiece of garden design incorporating plants and trees, exceptional architecture, sculpture, and water features including the famous fountains — over 150 in number! — and other objects beautifully restored to their original splendor.

Dinner: You may choose either the Marco Polo Restaurant that serves a variety of á là carte items or the Terrace Café with its buffet.

Evening: After dinner, we'll enjoy a cultural performance. More details to follow. The ship is scheduled to remain in port overnight.

DAY
12
St. Petersburg, Hermitage
At Sea
B,L,D
Aegean Odyssey

Activity note: Getting on/off ship, motorcoach; driving about 15 miles, approximately 1.5 hours. Walking approximately 2 miles, standing for approximately 3 hours. Limited seating available in Hermitage Museum, stairs at entrance and between floors; alternative step-free access available to most frequently visited areas.

Breakfast: In the Terrace Café — and on the Lido Deck in nice weather.

Morning: We’ll step ashore, board a motorcoach, and ride to the iconic State Hermitage Museum. Here we’ll enjoy a docent-led field trip through the museum’s heart, the Winter Palace, from where the tsars ruled over their empire from 1732 to 1917. The Winter Palace’s grand reception and gala rooms play host to a magnificent collection of painting, sculpture, and jewelry. Our field trip will include a 30-minute visit to the splendid and aptly named Gold Drawing Room. The room itself is decorated with heavy gilt molding across the ceiling and walls, and is now home to an exhibition of gold artefacts including significant collections of ancient Scythian and Greek pieces, royal gifts, and jewelry from across the world. En route back to the ship, we’ll drive along the Neva embankment and Nevsky Prospect.

Lunch: Late lunch aboard ship. Your choice of the Terrace Café or Marco Polo Restaurant.

Afternoon: Free time aboard ship. Enjoy the activities of your choice aboard ship. Late afternoon, we will gather with our Group Leader for a port talk. The ship will leave St. Petersburg on our journey to Helsinki.

Dinner: You may choose either the Marco Polo Restaurant that serves a variety of á là carte items or the Terrace Café with its buffet.

Evening: At leisure. Enjoy activities aboard ship, spend time with fellow Road Scholars, and be sure to check the briefing memo/daily bulletin placed in our cabins with highlights for tomorrow.

DAY
13
Helsinki, Sibelius Museum, Temppeliaukion Church
At Sea
B,L,D
Aegean Odyssey

Activity note: Getting on/off the ship. Walking up to 2 miles; uneven surfaces. Extent and duration of free time activities dependent on personal preference.

Breakfast: In the Terrace Café.

Morning: We’ll board a motorcoach and ride to Ainola, Jean Sibelius’ Home Museum. Here we will see the composer’s home as it was while he lived there with his family, as well as the graves of the composer and his wife. We'll continue our field trip at Temppeliaukion Church. Also known as Rock Church, this Lutheran church was build directly into solid rock and is known for its excellent acoustics.

Lunch: Late lunch aboard ship. Your choice of the Terrace Café, Marco Polo Restaurant.

Afternoon: Free time aboard ship. Enjoy the activities of your choice aboard ship. Late afternoon, we will gather with our Group Leader for a port talk. The ship will leave Helsinki on our journey to Stockholm.

Dinner: Farewell Dinner aboard ship.

Evening: At leisure. Enjoy activities aboard ship, spend time with fellow Road Scholars, and be sure to check the briefing memo/daily bulletin placed in our cabins with highlights for tomorrow. Prepare for disembarkation in the morning.

DAY
14
Stockholm, Panoramic Discovery
Stockholm
B,L
Hilton Stockholm Slussen

Activity note: Getting on/off motorcoach. Walking up to 2 miles; uneven suraces. Extent and duration of free time activities dependent on personal preference. Hotel check-in begins at 3:00 p.m.

Breakfast: In the Terrace Café.

Morning: Upon disembarkation, we’ll set out on an expert-led field trip by motorcoach. Most attractions of Stockholm are within a few miles’ walking distance from the central station, and during our field trip we will many of them. We’ll make a special stop at the Stockholm City Hall. This remarkable building, inaugurated in 1923, combines many architectural and ornamental styles into a unique structure that is the pride of Stockholm.

Lunch: At a local restaurant.

Afternoon: After checking into the hotel, the rest of the day is free time to relax or to explore on your own. The Group Leader is happy to offer suggestions.

Dinner: On your own.

Evening: At leisure. Prepare for departures in the morning.

DAY
15
Departures, Program Concludes
In Flight
B

Activity note: Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN). Refer to your personal air itinerary for specific flight information. Check-out at 12:00 noon.

Breakfast: At the hotel.

Morning: After breakfast, check out of the hotel and transfer to the airport. This concludes our program. If you are returning home, safe travels. If you are staying on independently, have a wonderful time. If you are transferring to another Road Scholar program, detailed instructions are included in your Information Packet for that program. We hope you enjoy Road Scholar learning adventures and look forward to having you on rewarding programs in the future. Don’t forget to join our Facebook page and follow us on Instagram. Best wishes for all your journeys!






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