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Välkommen-reseklubben

En grupp som reser och upplever tillsammans

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Välkommen till ett gott gäng som gärna reser tillsammans.  Med tillgång till några av de bästa resorna i världen, så är det svårt att stanna hemma.

Vad vi gör

Vad vi gör tillsammans i klubben

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Vill du veta mer om vad vi gör i vår reseklubb och vad den är bra för så ska du definitivt läsa vidare.

VäRldsbäst på resor

Klubben har fått många utmärkelser

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Varje år delar resebranschens ut sin motsvarighet till Oscars-statyetten.  Vår reseklubb har vunnit många katergorier de senaste åren, bland annat bästa reseklubb.

Cruise through Japan and South Korea

Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
13 Nights
Price shown reflects per person pricing and does not include Government fees or taxes.

About Your Trip

  • Cruises

  • Platinum Experiences

  • Points of Interest

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Board the Celebrity Millennium® in Tokyo, Japan, for a 13-night Far East cruise to ports in Japan and South Korea, returning to Tokyo, Japan. Before departing, spend 2 nights in Tokyo, one of the most popular metropolitan areas of the world and the epicenter of Japanese culture. From there, sail to Shimizu in Japan’s Shizuoka Prefecture, near Mt. Fuji. Stay in this scenic area for views of the highest mountain in the country or learn all about this UNESCO-protected site at Mt. Fuji Visitor Center. Drop anchor next at Kobe, Japan, for 2 days of leisure time where you can do as little or as much as you desire! Perhaps experience the Sannomiya district and its busy streets lined with restaurants and stores, or visit Hakutsuru Sake Brewery Museum to learn all about this legendary Japanese alcoholic drink.

Continue to Shikoku Island, home to the port city of Kochi, Japan. In town, you’ll find several interesting sights, from Kochi Castle and The Museum of Art, Kochi to Chikurin-ji Temple. Stop at Hiroshima, the largest city in the region of Chugoku on the island of Honshu. Popular attractions include Hiroshima Castle, the Itsukushima Shrine and the historic garden of Shukkei-en.

Board the ship again for another day at sea, and dock at Busan, South Korea. The following day, sail to Busan, South Korea’s 2nd-largest city, with a rich array of temples, shrines, and museums. The city’s restaurants and cafes provide the perfect setting for exploring the distinctive — and delicious — local cuisine.

Board the ship for another day at sea before docking at Hakodate, Japan. Mt. Hakodate is an inspiring site to behold and there are delightful hot springs to experience in the area. Stop next at Aomori, Japan, that’s perfect for exploring the Hakkoda Memorial Ship, tasting famous Aomori apples and visiting the cultural hot spot of Nebuta Warasse, a center that exemplifies the glory of the Nebuta Festival.

Another day at sea will lead you back to your destination of Tokyo, Japan.

What we love:
• The world-famous Jagalchi Market in Busan is the largest fresh fish market in Korea and customers can purchase fresh fish or prepared food.
• The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum commemorates a significant moment in time and the lessons learned.
• Kobe is known for its Sannomiya district, which is named for the Sannomiya Shrine for safe navigation and productive commercial activities; it contains a bustling shopping area with interesting Kobe-style stores.
• UNESCO added Mt. Fuji to its World Heritage site list in 2013 and recognizes 25 of the mountain’s localities as points of cultural interest. This famed landmark rises 12,388 feet (3,776 meters) at its highest peak.

Cyprus by Land & Water

Limassol, Lemesos, Cyprus
4 Nights

About Your Trip

  • Active Sports

  • Arts & Culture

  • Platinum Experiences

  • Points of Interest

Picture idyllic, untamed landscapes of majestic mountains, verdant forests, diverse wildlife and rugged coastlines with sea caves and beaches — it’s all in store for you on this DreamTrip to Limassol, Cyprus. But first, get a dose of history with a tour of the 12th-century Chrysorrogiatissa Monastery and its collection of religious treasures, including colorful frescos and a gold-and-silver icon of Virgin Mary. Quench your thirst with wine from the monks’ vineyard and snack on fresh bread and halloumi cheese.

Head northwest to Akamas Peninsula National Park for a stop at the Baths of Aphrodite. This shallow pool is set in a serene cavern said to be the place where the goddess Aphrodite bathed. You’ll have leisure time to explore the wide variety of flora or fauna, or to swim in the crystal blue waters at the beach (weather permitting). After lunch, transfer to the port of Latchi for your boat ride through the Blue Lagoon. Stop in this sheltered cove for more swimming or just relaxing. End your day with a photo opportunity at sea caves near Peyia, offering a backdrop of towering rock formations and crashing waves.

The following day is open for you to discover the best of Cyprus at your own pace before a rousing farewell dinner with fellow DreamTrippers. Relive the highlights of the visit as you dine and raise your glass to Cyprus.

What we love:
• The miracle icon of Virgin Mary at Chrysorrogiatissa Monastery is said to have been painted by Luke, one of the Four Evangelists and the patron saint of artists.
• Indulge in delicious, fresh halloumi, a typical Cypriot cheese made from goat and sheep milk and wrapped in mint leaves when stored.
• Blue Lagoon surprises visitors with an abundance of fish and clear water — so clear that they can see the sandy bottom from the surface!

Experience the Charms of Romania

Gura Humorului, Suceava, Romania
4 Nights

About Your Trip

  • Arts & Culture

  • Culinary

  • Health & Wellness

  • Platinum Experiences

  • Points of Interest

From season to season, the postcard-perfect Bucovina mountains dominate the awe-inspiring backdrop of Gura Humorului, Romania. Find enchantment in this peaceful, natural setting on a DreamTrip highlighting one of the region’s most notable attractions: St. Voronet Monastery.

On Day 3, you’ll board a carriage and transfer to the Voronet River valley to tour this revered Medieval site. Referred to as the “Sistine Chapel of the East,” St. Voronet Monastery was built in 1488 and is decorated with elaborate frescoes featuring shades of striking Voronet blue. See the pastoral side of Romania on your carriage ride to a shepherd’s house, where you will enjoy a traditional lunch before you return to the hotel. Later in the afternoon, take part in a traditional glass-painting workshop and keep your masterpiece as a memento of your travels.

On your final evening, say farewell to your fellow DreamTrippers with a rousing outdoor party featuring food, entertainment and a campfire at the Arinis recreation complex. There, use your complimentary 2-ride pass for Mega Tirolina, play paintball games, ice skate, hike and more. During ample leisure time, guests can also take advantage of discounted spa services at the hotel.

What we love:
• St. Voronet Monastery is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Commissioned by Stephen the Great, the monastery is among the country’s most famous places of worship.
• Be sure to take some time to explore Humor Monastery at your own pace. This must-see UNESCO World Heritage site close to your hotel is decorated with beautiful red frescoes.
• Learn more about the region at The Museum of Folk Traditions in Bucovina, with exhibits focusing on local art, history and culture.