Grand Baltic Sea Voyage

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Duration: 13 Days / 12 Nights
Price from: $7,095
Single Room Supplement: $1,395
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In order to bring you the greatest selection of destinations and itineraries, Gutsy Women Travel has worked with our partner GCCL to reserve space on this 2017 guided vacation. This trip is open to men and women, and will operate with a larger group size than our traditional Gutsy Women departures.

Highlights & Inclusions

  • Be sure to mention booking code G7-25972 to receive all the Gutsy benefits!
  • Airport transfers are included when you purchase our operator's International air to coincide with trip's day by day agenda.
  • Available Pre-trip: Stockholm, Sweden
  • Available Post-trip: Copenhagen, Denmark
  • International airfare, airport transfers, government taxes, fees, and airline fuel surcharges, unless you choose to make your own air arrangements
  • Accommodations for 1 night at the Admiral Hotel or similar, 10 nights aboard a private small ship with wireless Internet access, and 1 night at the Scandic Sergel Plaza Hotel or similar
  • 33 meals: 12 breakfasts, 10 lunches, 11 dinners—including 5 meals in local restaurants—plus all onboard house beer & wine, as well as soft drinks
  • 10 included tours with personal headsets and 4 exclusive Discovery Series events—Ceramic museum visit • Home-Hosted Lunch • Rigan folk show • Singing Revolution discussion
  • Local Program Directors, a Grand Circle Cruise Line exclusive: These dedicated experts are with you (and no more than 25 travelers) every step of the way to provide insider's knowledge and the perspective that will enrich your experience
  • Gratuities for local guides and motorcoach drivers
  • Baggage handling for 1 piece of luggage per person, including tips
  • 5% Frequent Traveler Credit toward your next Grand Circle trip—an average of $448


Set sail on a Baltic cruise to explore the coastlines of briny sea waters, from Denmark to Poland ... to the Baltic states of Latvia and Estonia to Mother Russia ... and back again to the Nordic lands of Finland and Sweden. Experience the countries of Scandinavia, a region filled with ice-capped waters, wind-blown beaches, bucolic farmlands, and acre upon acre of lush, verdant forestry. Then get a taste of Polish life before uncovering the turrets, spires, and cobbled streets of the Baltic states, which have reemerged as independent countries with open arms after decades of Soviet occupation. Then glide to St. Petersburg, the glorious port city founded by Peter the Great in the early 18th century as a showcase for Russia’s imperial might.

DAY 1 Depart U.S.

Depart the U.S. today on your flight to Stockholm, Sweden. Please refer to your personal air itinerary for exact departure and arrival times.

DAY 2 Stockholm, Sweden

OVERNIGHT: Scandic Sergel Plaza Hotel or similar

Arriving in Sweden, you’ll be met at the airport by a Grand Circle representative and assisted to your hotel. Grow acquainted with the area around your hotel with an orientation walk before an afternoon free to explore Stockholm independently, with lunch and dinner on your own.

DAY 3 Stockholm • Embark ship


After breakfast this morning, you'll begin your European Small Ship Cruise Tour by taking in the sights of Stockholm, Sweden's capital city. An archipelago within an archipelago, the city occupies a cluster of 14 islands floating among 24,000 that make up a 60-mile chain. Today, you'll see the charms that lure one in five Swedes to live in the capital city, as you enjoy an included sightseeing tour here. You'll visit the Stadshuset, the romantic City Hall building famous for hosting the annual Nobel Prize banquet. Designed in 1923, City Hall was constructed using eight million red bricks and 19 million chips of gilt mosaic. The Stadshuset is not just the city's seat of government, but is also a national symbol, as the building's 300-foot tower, topped with three golden crowns that represent Sweden's coat of arms, will attest.

After lunch in a local restaurant, you'll transfer to the pier to embark the Clio.

During your Baltic cruise, you'll receive a Port Talk about the pier area and town prior to arrival, so you can make the best use of your free time. This evening, you'll gather for your first Port Talk. Then get better acquainted with your ship's Captain and crew during a Welcome Dinner. As they say in Scandinavia, “Smaklig måltid!” (“Enjoy your meal!”).

Tonight, set sail for your first destination: Helsinki, Finland.

DAY 4 Helsinki, Finland


After breakfast and lunch onboard, your ship drops anchor in Helsinki. During your half-day tour of the city, known as “The Daughter of the Baltic,” you'll visit the Sibelius Monument, a collection of 600 steel pipes arranged into a wave-like sculpture as a tribute to the composer, as well as the Temppeliaukio Kirkko, a church beautifully hewn out of solid granite.

Your tour showcases Market Square, a perennial outdoor market; Hakaniemi Market Hall, an indoor market with roughly 70 shops split between two floors; and Senate Square, undoubtedly the pride of the city. Senate Square is ringed by a treasury of Neo-classical buildings, including the 19th-century Lutheran Cathedral, whose central tower dominates the skyline. As you wend your way through Helsinki, notice how the sea is such an integral part of the city. Helsinki is built over peninsulas, curving around bays and spilling out across islands that are linked by bridges, causeways, and boats of all descriptions.

This evening, join your traveling companions for an included dinner aboard ship.

DAY 5 St. Petersburg, Russia • Optional Nikolayevsky Palace Folk Show tour


St. Petersburg, founded as the new capital of the Russian Empire more than 300 years ago, was the vision and creation of Tsar Peter I, who named it after his patron saint. This beautiful showcase of a city, covering 150 square miles, is a synthesis of both European and Russian styles, with elements of East and West. Pushkin called this city “Peter the Great's Window to the West.” With more than 40 picturesque islands, 60-plus canals, and hundreds of lovely bridges, St. Petersburg is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

After breakfast, embark on a panoramic city tour, including a visit to St. Isaac's Cathedral. The the largest church in the city, it was originally built to serve as the main church of the Russian Empire. The dome of the cathedral, which dominates the city's skyline, is gilded with more than 200 pounds of gold, and the interior is elaborately decorated with exquisite mosaics, icons, malachite, and lapis lazuli. This grand church can seat 14,000 worshippers. Although the church was closed after the 1917 Revolution, it reopened as a museum in 1931, and services for worshippers resumed in 1990.

This afternoon, after a light lunch at a local restaurant, continue exploring St. Petersburg, with an included visit to the Hermitage Museum. Formerly known as the Winter Palace and home of the tsars, today this is one of the most splendid museums in the world. Built by the Empress Elizabeth, daughter of Peter I, the palace became part of the Hermitage, originated in 1764 when Catherine the Great began her private art collection. Today, more than 1,000 lavishly adorned rooms house nearly three million exhibits and displays representing some of the world's greatest art from ancient Egypt to early 20th-century Europe. After your visit to the Hermitage, return to your ship in the afternoon. After your visit to the Hermitage, return to your ship in the afternoon.

Tonight, enjoy dinner onboard your ship. You might elect to join our optional excursion to a folk show at Nikolayevsky Palace, enjoying live music, dancing, and games in a 19th-century setting.

DAY 6 St. Petersburg


This morning, enjoy an included excursion to the magnificent summer residence of the Russian royalty at Peterhof, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In 1714, Peter the Great asked for a “Versailles by the Sea.” The site evolved into a stunning palace atop the hill surrounded by a park. Visit the Grand Palace, as well as witness the remarkable Grand Cascade, an extraordinary fountain ensemble made up of three waterfalls, nearly 150 fountains shooting more than 2,000 jets of water, and a myriad of statues and sculptures.

Enjoy lunch in a local restaurant, followed by time to discover the city as you wish—browse some shops, visit monuments, and learn more about Russia's rich culture, or sip coffee at a café and watch the life of St. Petersburg unfold around you.

Enjoy dinner onboard this evening.

DAY 7 Tallinn, Estonia


This morning, your ship arrives in Tallinn, Estonia, a wonderfully preserved city of the old Hanseatic League. This ancient walled port on the Baltic is a UNESCO World Heritage Site filled with remarkable fortresses, castles, and cathedrals. Medieval Tallinn had six gates, all bastion-forts complete with moats and drawbridges.

You'll gain insight into Estonia's premier city during this morning's guided tour. Tallinn's Old Town is still encircled by city walls, punctuated with many stone towers rising above red-tiled roofs. Within the city walls, the streets remain much as they were when Danish rulers built them in the 13th century. The historic city center is divided into the Lower Town and the Upper Town. In the Lower Town, the 600-year-old Town Hall—the best-preserved of its kind in northern Europe—presides dramatically over Town Hall Square (Raejoka plats). The Upper Town is on Toompea Hill, where two 13th-century landmarks still stand: Toompea Castle (now the meeting place for the Estonian Parliament) and the Dome Church (Estonia's largest Lutheran sanctuary). Many of the city's historic buildings reflect the prosperity it enjoyed between the 14th and 16th centuries. Under German control, Tallinn flourished during these years as a trade port in the Hanseatic League. Later periods of Swedish and Russian rule also left their marks on Tallinn, whose rich layers of history you'll delve into during your tour.

After an onaboard lunch, you can set out independently to explore more of the city at your own pace. You may want to visit Kiek-in-de-Kok (Look-into-the-Kitchen), a bastion built in 1470. At the time, it was the tallest building in Estonia and earned its name because it was said that watchmen could peer into the kitchens of the houses below.

This evening, join your travel companions for an included dinner aboard ship.

DAY 8 Riga, Latvia • Optional House of Horror tour • Rigan folk show


Set close to the mouth of the Daugava River, which travels from the Baltic Sea into Russia, Riga was historically an important trade port. Its prosperity also made it a target for conquest. Before Latvia declared itself an independent nation in 1918, Riga was claimed by Russia, Sweden, Lithuania, and Germany.

As a diverse, thriving city with a prominent upper class, Riga experienced radical change under occupation by the Soviets and Nazis. Buildings from Riga's most prosperous eras still stand throughout the city. During this morning's tour, explore this Latvian city by motorcoach and on foot. You'll enjoy special focus on the Art Nouveau era as you explore a district rich with facades from the early 20th-century period, during which architecture took a romantic turn, favoring natural and mythological embellishments.

After lunch onboard, you may enjoy time ashore in Riga. Or, join our optional House of Horror tour to discover the painful history of Soviet occupation in Latvia. You'll visit a facility where Latvians suspected of opposing the Soviet regime were tortured and killed from 1940 to 1991, and meet with a local whose relatives were kept in the prison.

This evening, enjoy dinner onboard followed by a festive performance featuring traditional Rigan folk music and dancing, an exclusive Discovery Series event.

DAY 9 Riga • Singing Revolution discussion • Optional Rundale Palace tour


After breakfast, learn more about the Baltic states' fight for independence during an insightful discussion on the Singing Revolution, an exclusive Discovery Series event.

Then, join us for our optional Rundale Palace tour. A masterpiece of Baroque and Rococo style, 18th-century Rundale Palace was built on the orders of Ernst Johann Biron, the Duke of Courtland, and the Russian Empress he loved, Anna Ioannovna. The palace boasts opulent chambers, as well as extensive French gardens. You'll tour the palace and the rose garden, before enjoying lunch at a local restaurant.

Or, explore the city at your own pace. Perhaps you'll pay a visit to the Nordic wooden dwellings of Kipsala Island, or build upon yesterday's discoveries with a visit to the recently opened Riga Art Nouveau Museum, located in the former apartment of Latvian architect Konstantins Pekšens. Return to the ship for lunch.

This evening, dinner is onboard as you cruise toward Visby, Sweden.

DAY 10 Visby, Sweden


On Gotland Island, the city of Visby has existed for more than 1,000 years, with its signature ringmur (“ringwall”) encircling the town since the 13th century. Reachable only by boat or plane, and beloved as a holiday destination for Swedes, the “City of Ruins and Roses” is rich with historical artifacts, earning it a designation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy an included panoramic tour of Visby as its history unfolds around you, its hundreds of warehouses and merchant homes telling the story of its heyday as a major port between Russia and Western Europe for the Hanseatic League. Your tour includes visits to both the Gotlands Museum and Visby's Botanical Garden.

Return to the ship for lunch, then go ashore in Visby once more to make discoveries on your own, or stroll with your Program Director on a leisurely walk along the cobblestone streets.

Enjoy dinner onboard as we cruise toward Gdansk, Poland.

DAY 11 Gdansk, Poland • Home-Hosted Lunch


After breakfast, dock in Gdansk—a Polish city with a Baltic vibe. Begin your discoveries with a visit to the European Solidarity Center, where you'll learn more about the Solidarity movement of this Eastern European, nation and its tenacious opposition to communism post-World War II.

Then, head to the Stare Miasto (Old Town) for a morning walking tour. A maritime city that's been around for a millennium, Gdansk has fluctuated between great prosperity and tragic destruction—and still shows both wartime scars and rich architectural beauty. Wander past the town hall and its Neptune Fountain, rumored to have once spouted Gdansk's trademark liqueur, Goldwasser, instead of water. Along the way, witness at the city's many gates—including the Green Gate, Golden Gate, and Upland Gate. You'll also see the Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers, three 138-foot-tall steel crosses at the entrance to the city's shipyard. A sudden spike in food costs in 1970 led to mass riots throughout northern Poland that left at least 40 dead and more than 1,000 wounded. This monument was the first to commemorate the victims of a communist regime.

Enjoy time to further explore the city's Old Town—stopping into of Gdansk's many cafés, bookstores, or shops—before a special exclusive Discovery Series event: a Home-Hosted Lunch with a local family. After your meal, cap your discoveries with a panoramic drive around Gdansk.

This evening, enjoy dinner onboard as your ship sails toward Visby, Sweden.

DAY 12 Ronne, Denmark • Ceramic museum visit • Captain's Farewell Dinner


After breakfast onboard, explore Ronne during an included tour via motorcoach. Located on the island of Bornholm (considered the “Pearl of the Baltic Sea” because of its breathtaking scenery), Ronne is a town of cobbled streets, half-timbered houses, and brightly painted buildings. During your tour, you'll visit Store Torv (the town's largest square, where the Danes sell produce, clothing, and granite jewelry during market days) and the octagonal Ronne lighthouse (built in 1880 and operational until it was decommissioned in 1989).

After your guided tour of the town's center, you'll make your way to Hjorths Fabrik—a ceramic museum showcasing the long history of pottery-making in Ronne—for an exclusive Discovery Series event. Bornholm residents have been digging into the island's rich deposits of clay and creating unusual and whimsical pots, plates, and cups since the early 18th century. The Hjorth ceramic factory opened in 1858 and was operational for more than a century, before it shut down in 1993. Today, the museum (still run by the Hjorth family) truly spans the ages: It houses ceramic artifacts from the early 18th century, pieces made when the factory was operational, and modern-day works created by contemporary Bornholm potters.

Return to the ship for lunch onboard. The rest of the afternoon is yours to continue your discoveries. Perhaps you'll choose to visit one of the town's many clockmakers, a tradition dating back to 1744. The island was once known for its unique grandfather clocks, but the craft disappeared after World War II. In recent years, the tradition has revived—today, its hourly chimes can be heard singing throughout the streets.

This evening, enjoy a Captain's Farewell Drink and Farewell Dinner.

DAY 13 Disembark ship • Copenhagen, Denmark

OVERNIGHT: Copenhagen Admiral Hotel or similar

Bid farewell to the Clio this morning, and take in the sights of Copenhagen during a panoramic tour, giving you a glimpse of the city's colorful houses, picturesque canals, charming pedestrian squares, and innovative modern architectural designs. You'll visit a handful of iconic landmarks, including The Little Mermaid statue, the Gelfion Fountain, and Christiansborg Palace, seat of the Danish Parliament.

After lunch on your own, check into your hotel. You'll enjoy a walk around the vicinity of your hotel to introduce you to the area in which you'll be staying.

This evening, join your fellow travelers over an included dinner at your hotel, toasting your journey with a Farewell Drink.

DAY 14 Copenhagen • Return to U.S.

MEALS: B After breakfast, you’ll be transferred to the airport for your flight home, or continue on our Copenhagen, Denmark post-trip extension.

Pre-trip: Stockholm, Sweden

Old World beauty, cutting-edge design, and an island-hopping layout—Stockholm is one of the world’s most singular cities. Both the modern and the antique blend harmoniously together in Sweden’s capital—a city built atop an archipelago bound together by a string of stunning bridges. Discover Stockholm and experience a vibrant cosmopolitan culture thriving in a landscape once home to the Vikings and now rich with regal palaces, modern art, and verdant parks for which the city is renowned.

It's Included:

  • Accommodations for 3 nights
  • 4 meals: All breakfasts and 1 dinner
  • Included tour: Royal Palace
  • Dedicated services of a local Program Director
  • Gratuities for local guides and motorcoach drivers
  • All transfers

DAY 1 Depart U.S. Depart the U.S. today on your flight to Stockholm, Sweden. Please refer to your personal air itinerary for exact departure and arrival times.

DAY 2 Stockholm, Sweden

OVERNIGHT: Scandic Sergel Plaza Hotel or similar

Arriving in Sweden, you'll be met at the airport and assisted to your hotel. Stockholm is a city built atop a sprawling archipelago—a cluster of 14 islands floating amongst 24,000 other islands that make up a 60-mile chain.

After you check in, enjoy a walk around the vicinity of your hotel to introduce you to the area in which you'll be staying. This evening, get to know your fellow travelers during an included dinner at your hotel.

DAY 3 Stockholm

OVERNIGHT: Scandic Sergel Plaza Hotel or similar

After breakfast this morning, enjoy a morning tour of the Kungliga Slottet, Stockholm's Royal Palace. Located in the city's Old Town, the Royal Palace is the official residence of the Swedish Royal Family (although King Carl XVI Gustaf and his wife Queen Silvia live at the Drottningholm Palace on the island of Lovön).

Following lunch on your own, the rest of the day is yours to further explore Stockholm. While the mighty Royal Palace dominates much of the Gamla Stan (Stockholm's Old Town, a small island nestled at the heart of this great city), there's still so much more to do and see. The picturesque isle is a labyrinth of narrow alleyways and staircases, home to a myriad of antique shops, museums, statues, and churches. The Stortorget (the “Big Square”), is the city's oldest square and site of the infamous Stockholm Bloodbath. Denmark—under the rule of King Christian II—invaded Sweden in 1520 and took the country for its own. Shortly thereafter, Christian rounded up all those who had challenged his rule and on November 8 and 9, he executed more than 80 Swedish nobles in the Big Square. According to legend, rivers of blood rushed through the streets. Today, the Stortorget is a brightly-colored square, home to a handful of cafés, the Stock Exchange, and an annual Christmas market.

This evening, dinner is on your own.

DAY 4 Stockholm • Optional Vasa Museum & Skansen tour

OVERNIGHT: Scandic Sergel Plaza Hotel or similar

Your day is at leisure. Or, join us for an optional tour which starts at the Vasa Museum.

In 1628, the Vasa, a fearsome warship with 72 cannons and 300 soldiers, set off on a maiden voyage two years in the making—and then sank in the harbor. Like the Titanic, the Vasa was an epic ship that became a symbol of tragedy—and Sweden never forgot her. Hundreds of years later, in 1961, the Vasa was raised from the seabed and returned to land. Today, restored and preserved, still outfitted with its original masts, deadeyes and blocks, the Vasa is one of Stockholm's most well-loved icons.

Then continue your optional tour with a funicular ride to Skansen, located at the top of Djurgården, a wooded island at the center of Stockholm. Skansen is the oldest continually-operating outdoor museum in the world, founded in 1891. A 75-acre 19th-century village in which living history performers demonstrate baking, glass-blowing, leather tanning, shoemaking, silversmithing, and more, Skansen immerses visitors in a rural way of life its founder saw disappearing as the 20th century approached. The village hosts folkloric performances for a taste of traditional Swedish music and dance. You'll also find a collection of Nordic animals—from livestock to wildlife like wolverines and lynx—for a richer perspective of life in the archipelago.

You'll return to your hotel this afternoon, with the rest of the day at your disposal to do as you please. Dinner is on your own tonight.

DAY 5 Stockholm


After breakfast with your travel companions, the rest of your morning is at leisure. Your Grand Circle Program Director will be happy to provide you with suggestions for visiting the gems of Stockholm that best suit you. You might delve into the earliest roots of Sweden culture at the National Historical Museum, whose collections span 10,000 years from the Stone Age to the Middle Ages. The museum features artifacts from the Viking era, centuries-old textiles, a Gothic collection, and a “Gold Room” housing 114 pounds of objects (not to mention almost 450 pounds of silver work).

Or Perhaps you’ll indulge in fika—a social institution in Sweden. Fika is a morning or afternoon coffee break enjoyed amongst friends, family, or colleagues. In fact, more coffee is consumed in Sweden than anywhere else in the world. Relax at a konditori (bakery) while savoring a hot cup of coffee and a kanelbulle (cinnamon bun). If you’re feeling extra adventurous, try Sweden’s “egg coffee,” where a raw egg is mixed into the coffee grounds before it’s steeped in boiling water.

This afternoon, join your fellow travelers, following the activities described on Day 2 of the main itinerary.

Post-trip: Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen’s native son Hans Christian Andersen rendered Danish life as a fairy tale, but you’ll see plenty of evidence that the real thing is just as memorable in Denmark’s capital city. Revel in a three-night stay that allows you to explore Kobenhavn at your own pace, following your own interests. You’ll benefit from an included Copenhagen Card that allows you access to historical sites and museums, and free transport in the city’s extensive public transportation system.

It's Included:

  • Accommodations for 3 nights
  • 5 meals: All breakfasts, 1 lunches, and 1 dinner
  • Copenhagen Card
  • Dedicated services of a local Program Director
  • Gratuities for local guides and motorcoach drivers
  • All transfers

DAY 1 Depart U.S. Depart the U.S. today on your flight to Copenhagen, Denmark. Please refer to your personal air itinerary for exact departure and arrival times.

DAY 2 Copenhagen, Denmark

OVERNIGHT: Copenhagen Admiral Hotel or similar

Arriving in Copenhagen, you'll be met at the airport and assisted to your hotel. The world's oldest capital city is also among the most welcoming in Scandinavia. The Danes are known for being more extroverted than their neighbors, as you'll experience during your stay here.

After you check in, enjoy a walk around the vicinity of your hotel to introduce you to the area in which you'll be staying. This evening, get to know your fellow travelers during a Welcome Drink, followed by an included dinner at a local restaurant.

DAY 3 Copenhagen

OVERNIGHT: Copenhagen Admiral Hotel or similar

This morning, you'll receive a personal Copenhagen Card which allows you entry to 75 of the city's attractions and free transportation on the bus, metro, and train lines. This card will be your passport to exploring the city at your leisure over the next three days, allowing you to follow your interests to the activities and destinations that most appeal to you.

After an included lunch at a local restaurant, the rest of your day is at leisure. Perhaps your discoveries of Copenhagen will lead you to Nyhavn (New Harbor), the 17th-century waterfront and canal area that is now the heart of entertainment in the city. Bars, cafes, and restaurants line the waterway, and dozens of vividly-painted 300-year-old houses add to the lively feel of this district.

This evening, dinner is on your own.

DAY 4 Copenhagen • Optional Dragør & Store Magleby tour

OVERNIGHT: Copenhagen Admiral Hotel or similar

After an included breakfast, your day is at leisure. Or join an optional tour to two quaint locales from ages past—Dragør & Store Magleby—on the southeast coast of Amager, an island that also contains part of the Danish capital city. Set off on a walking tour of Dragør, once a strong fishing port. Then, after a light included lunch, explore Store Magleby, a quintessential farming village.

Lunch and dinner are on your own today. Whether you want rustic traditional seafood or high-end “New Nordic” cuisine (in which Danish staples like elderberry, herring, and salmon are infused with modern techniques and ingredients from around the world), your Program Director will have plenty of suggestions. You can choose from a true smörgåsbord of options—Copenhagen boasts more than 2,000 restaurants and cafés.

DAY 5 Copenhagen

OVERNIGHT: Copenhagen Admiral Hotel or similar

After breakfast together, your morning is at leisure. Your Grand Circle Program Director will be happy to provide you with suggestions for visiting the gems of Copenhagen that best suit you. Perhaps you’ll visit one of the city’s many bakeries, the cases lined with a myriad of delectable goodies, including wienerbrød—what we call a “Danish” pastry in the U.S.

This afternoon, join your fellow travelers, following the activities described on Day 2 of the main itinerary.


Pricing Information

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Arrival DateSingleSharedDouble
Jul 14, 2017 $8,490 n/a $7,095
Air from JFK $1,300
Post-trip: Copenhagen $1,195
Pre-trip: Stockholm $1,145
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