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In the meantime, here are some of our featured trips:

The Smoky Mountains

May 10-13, 2017

Gatlinburg has worked hard to preserve its old mountain town feel and Southern Appalachian charm. When the Great Smoky Mountains National Park was opened in the 1930s, tourism began to boom, and today the town is a four-season resort and family-friendly destination that celebrates eastern Tennessee history and culture.

Enter Great Smoky Mountains National Park for a guided tour that includes scenic photo stops at Newfound Gap and Rockefeller Memorial and crosses the Appalachian Trail. Enjoy an afternoon on an island – The Island in Pigeon Forge, that is, and a variety show at the Smoky Mountain Opry. Sample moonshine, explore Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, and ride an aerial tram while you take in the beauty of East Tennessee.

Spectacular Scandinavia

August 17-30, 2017

Travel throughout the thrilling landscapes of Denmark, Sweden and Norway as you connect with the cultural capitals of Northern Europe. Visit castles, palaces and museums to learn about Scandinavia’s history.

In Denmark’s bohemian capital city of Copenhagen, experience why it is dubbed the “gastro capital of Scandinavia.” See Copenhagen’s iconic bronze statue on the harbor, “The Little Mermaid,” inspired by the Hans Christian Andersen’s story.

Discover the genuine Swedish tradition of glassblowing at Sweden’s oldest operating glassworks factory, Kosta Boda. Dine at Fem Sma Hus, a 17th-century restaurant that captures the flavor of a bygone era. Travel through Sweden’s picturesque countryside aboard an innovative high-speed train from Stockholm to Oslo.

Experience Norway’s breathtaking fjord region as you travel across the dramatic Sognefjord to the Briksdal Glacier. Embark on an exhilarating Geirangerfjord cruise. Meander through the streets of Bergen’s ancient trading port, founded by the king of Norway in the 11th century, and now the port with the largest merchant fleet in Scandinavia. Scandinavia awaits — three countries, three cultures and endless scenery.

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