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Pleasant Holidays® And Journese® Expand Europe Portfolio With New Vacation Options And In-Destination Experiences In Scandinavia

Friday, Jan 05, 2024 0

 

Pleasant Holidays and its luxury brand, Journese, today expanded their lineup of vacations and experiences in Europe’s Nordic countries, now available for booking with new hotels and tours added in Bergen and Oslo, Norway; Helsinki, Finland, Reykjavik, Iceland; Copenhagen, Denmark and Stockholm, Sweden.

 

“Scandinavia offers the chance to explore majestic fjords and mountains, sample New Nordic cuisine at some of the world’s most innovative restaurants, view the mesmerizing northern lights, pursue wellness at natural hot springs and embrace the warm, cozy Scandinavian lifestyle known as hygge,” said Jack E. Richards, President and CEO. “Europe enters 2024 as one of the most popular destinations, and Pleasant Holidays and Journese continue to add travel products to ensure that they are the first choice for travel advisors booking Europe vacations and cruises for their clients.”

 

Pleasant Holidays and Journese offer more than 25 hotels in the Nordic countries along with cruises on Atlas Ocean Voyages, Iceland ProCruises, Norwegian Cruise Line, Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours and Windstar Cruises. With more than 70 commissionable private and shared excursions to choose from, travelers can partake in immersive experiences such as a private bicycle tour of Oslo, a castle tour in Stockholm, a classic Danish afternoon tea or a private tour to Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon in Iceland.

 

Pleasant Holidays and Journese offer custom travel itineraries, including flights from major gateways throughout the United States with premium economy and business-class seating for maximum comfort on transatlantic flights, arrival and departure services and ground transportation. Travelers have the option of an impressive selection of hotels near Europe airports and accommodations close to cruise ports for pre- and post-cruise vacation extensions to maximize travelers’ vacation value and convenience.

 

With the addition of Finland, Norway and Sweden, Pleasant Holidays and Journese now offer 27 countries in Europe and a total of 78 countries worldwide, along with river and ocean cruises, plus rail travel. Pleasant Holidays and Journese highly recommend travel protection coverage for international vacations with up to 100% commission protection and Cancel-For-Any-Reason options to protect travelers’ vacation investment. Travel protection coverage also is available for Europe river and ocean cruise vacations.



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