Gay Group Trip: Denmark, Norway And Stockholm
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Scandinavia is one of the world’s most progressive regions when it comes to LGBTQ+ rights with Sweden, Norway, and Denmark all exemplifying a modern approach to sexuality and gender. In 1981 Norway became one of the first countries in the world to enact an anti-discrimination law aimed at protecting LGBTQ+ people.
Copenhagen, often regarded as the “happiest city in the world”, is a fitting place to begin our adventure together. A city known for its unique canals, endless great restaurants, cycling culture, award-winning breweries, and scenic downtown core. It’s here we’ll gather for our first evening together where we’ll get to know the city and our fellow group-mates.
After breakfast, you’ll dock in Oslo around 10am. After checking into your hotel, you’ll spend the next two days exploring this charming city. Visit museums like the Viking Ship Museum and see top sights including parks, architecture, and the royal palace. Oslo blends trendy design with historic charm. It’s a progressive city with much to experience day and night.
On day six, you’ll embark on an epic train journey from Oslo through Norway’s stunning landscape. You’ll cross mountains, plateaus, and see magnificent fjords and waterfalls along the famous Bergen and Flåm Railway. You’ll take an electric cruise through the Aurlandsfjord and Nærøyfjord fjords before continuing by train to Bergen.
Over the next three nights in Bergen, surrounded by majestic fjords and mountains, you can go hiking, ziplining, or paragliding for adventure or explore the charming town, museums, and Sognefjord.
Our time in Sweden begins in Stockholm with a tour of the ABBA museum. Discover the costumes and the melodies of Sweden’s biggest cultural export. If the red telephone rings you may want to answer it! Someone from ABBA will be on the other end of the line.
We’ll then head for a morning walking tour of the city. This will include stops at many of the city’s major landmarks like King’s Garden, Gustaf Adolf’s square and Raoul Wallenberg square.
At Millesgården we’ll see a museum dedicated to the work of sculptor Carl Milles.
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