Itinerary

Discovery of Eurasia from the US 2020
Date:
August 31, 2020 - October 04, 2020
Meeting point:
Quebec City, Canada
Length:
35 days / 34 nights
Mileage:
12,120 NM
Day 1 - Monday, August 31: Quebec City

Fly to Quebec City and enjoy this lovely town full of history and culture.  
 
We will meet at the beautiful Chateau Frontenac. 
 
In the late afternoon, there will be a briefing on the Journey including the first leg which will take us over Quebec to Kangerlussuaq. After our briefing, we’ll meet in the hotel bar for a welcome cocktail before dinner. 

Hotel : Fairmont Le Château Frontenac
Welcome cocktail and Dinner included
Day 2 - Tuesday, September 1: Quebec City → Kuujjuaq, Canada → Kangerlussuaq, Greenland (690+725nm)

Fly  over  the  immense  forests  and  numerous  lakes of  Canada  on  our  way  to  Kuujjuaq  for  a  technical stop. 
 
Then continue over southern Greenland’s beautiful scenery  before  landing  at  Kangerlussuaq  in western  Greenland.  The  airport’s  Kangerlussuaq Museum  illustrates  the  town’s  past  as  a  U.S. airbase during WWII. 
 
Because  we  will  be  approaching  the  Arctic  Circle and the “land of the midnight sun”, we will have an astonishing 20 hours of daylight! 

Hotel : Hotel Kangerlussuaq
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 3 - Wednesday, September 2: Kangerlussuaq → Reykjavik, Iceland (730nm)

Fly over ice-covered Greenland and then do our second water crossing.  
 
Upon  arrival,  we’ll  transfer  to  the  Hotel  Borg  where  we  will  enjoy  luxury  accommodations  in  the  very  center  of  Reykjavik.  The  Hotel  Borg  overlooks  the  beautiful  square  of  Austurvöllur,  and  is  situated  across  from  Althingi,  the Icelandic parliament and the cathedral. After dinner at the hotel, you may want to venture on your own to experience the local nightlife.  
 
 

Hotel : Hotel Borg
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 4 - Thursday, September 3: Reykjavik, Iceland

Enjoy  a  full  day  of  sightseeing  with  a  visit  to  the  famous  Geysir  hot  spring  area  with  numerous  hot  springs  and geysers - one of them erupts every few minutes; take a look at the magnificent waterfall Gullfoss; visit the volcanic crater  Kerid  and  the  greenhouse  village  Hveragerdi;  drive  across  Gjabakkavegur  Pass  to  the  Thingvellir  National Park, a unique place of beauty, with its interesting geology and history; then cross Mosfellsheidi Heath to Reykjavik; visit the Blue Lagoon.  
 
We  will  see  volcanic  craters,  geysers,  waterfalls  and  the  national  park  Thingvellir,  which  is  Iceland’s  national treasure and one of its most beautiful spots. 
 
It is certainly a great experience that’s not to be missed.

Hotel : Hotel Borg
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 5 - Friday, September 4: Reykjavik → Luxembourg (1225nm)

 Fly to Luxembourg, officially known as the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is a small landlocked country in Western Europe.  It  is  bordered  by  Belgium  to  the  west  and  north,  Germany  to  the  east,  and  France  to  the  south.  The capital, Luxembourg City, is one of the four official capitals of the European Union.   
 
Upon  arrival  we’ll  transfer  to  Hotel  Le  Place  d’Armes  that  offers  a  heterogeneous  mixture  of  Art  Nouveau  and contemporary design.

Hotel : Hotel Le Place D’Armes
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 6 - Saturday, September 5: Luxembourg

From  ancient  constructions  dating  back  to  the  1500s  to  modern  architectural  marvels,  the  city  of  Luxembourg  is filled with impressive buildings and is a must-visit for architecture and history. Today we’ll go on a half day city tour of Luxembourg. Visit the “Palais Grand-Ducal”, City Hall and the business district.  

Hotel : Hotel Le Place D’Armes
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 7 - Sunday, September 6: Luxembourg → Skiathos, Greece (970nm)

Fly to the lush island of Skiathos. Renowned among returning guests for offering unparalleled Greek hospitality, Atrium Hotel Skiathos is a home away from home. All accommodations are inspired by nature, seamlessly blending wooden and stone elements to create a comfortable and modern ambience.  
 
The hotel masterfully combines style, tradition, and high-end, tailor-made service, with an emphasis on the guests’ personal needs and preferences. Its accommodations boast high-end facilities and stunning, panoramic views of the sea or the island’s idyllic natural landscape, making for an unrivalled and unforgettable Skiathos experience. 

Hotel : Atrium Hotel
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 8 - Monday, September 7: Skiathos

Skiathos presents an ideal combination for leisure and sea sports. There are more than 60 beautiful beaches with golden  sand  or  white  pebbles;  a  turquoise  sea  to  swim  or  sail  in;  today  we’ll  go  on  a  half  day  boat  tour  to  the neighboring islands of skopelos and sail to the Pelion peninsula (Mainland Greece). 

Hotel : Atrium Hotel
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 9 - Tuesday, September 8: Skiathos

Today is a day to relax or explore on your own. 

Hotel : Atrium Hotel
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 10 - Wednesday, September 9: Skiathos → Tbilisi, Georgia (990nm)

Fly to Tbilisi. Upon arrival at Tbilisi international airport this afternoon, clearing immigration and customs, the group will  be  met  by  our  local  guide.  We  will  then  be  privately  transferred  to  our  hotel  in  the  center  of  town  by  private luxury vehicle. Transfer to Tbilisi (30 min) and check in at the Stamba Tbilisi Hotel.   
 
Stamba  Hotel  was  conceived  to  highlight  the  industrial  splendor  of  the  20th  century  printing  house  in  which  it  is situated.  Housed  within  historic  atriums,  passages  and  courtyards  of  what  was  once  Georgia's  most  important printing house, Stamba Hotel is a celebration of Tbilisi's ever-evolving identity as a hotbed of talent and originality. 
 
This afternoon we’ll explore the sites of this captivating city with our expert guide. Tbilisi is the capital of Georgia and the country’s largest city. The city is a vibrant example of the mix of nationalities, cultures, religions, and ethnic groups found in Georgia. Tbilisi was founded in the 5th century AD by Vakhtang Gorgasali, the Georgian King of Kartli (Iberia) and made into a capital in the 6th century. Today Tbilisi is a significant industrial, social, and cultural center.  
 
We’ll you will pass through the old quarters and the center, with its famous sulfur springs along the Mtkvari River. Traditional houses with balconies and grape vines are the backdrop to our stroll towards Narikhala, the 4th century fort overlooking the city. The fort provides an exquisite view of the city and region. 

Hotel : Stamba Hotel
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 11 - Thursday, September 10: Visit Mtskheta – the Ancient capital of Georgia – Uplistsikhe cave town

This  morning  we’ll  drive  to  Mtskheta  (30  min.)  –  the  ancient  capital  of  Georgia.  The  country's  conversion  to Christianity occurred in Mtskheta in 337 AD and it is considered one of Georgia's most important religious centers. Saint  Nino  erected  the  first  Christian  cross  and  the  first  churches  were  built  here.  Visit  the  monastery  of  Jvari perched on a cliff overlooking Mtskheta and continue to the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral.   
 
Svetitskhoveli church has long been the principal Georgian church and remains one of the most venerated places of worship to this day. This UNESCO World Heritage Site today functions as the seat of the archbishop. 
 
Continue to Château Mukhrani. The Château was established as the prince’s estate of the royal Bagrationi name. In 1876, Ivane Mukhranbatoni, a royal family representative and political and public figure of 19th century Georgia returned  from  France  with  the  chateau  winemaking  concept  and  since  then  the  estate’s  own  winemaking  history began.   
 
Our  wine  tour  will  guide  you  to  discover  the  Georgian  royal  family  history  and  breath-taking  legends,  a  flavor  of antiquity and enchanting wines which have just won 4 prestigious Medals the 23rd Grand International Wine Award Mundus Vini - one of the most important wine competitions in the world.  
 
After  a  delicious  lunch  accompanied  by  wine  tasting,  we’ll  continue  the  drive  to  Gori  town  to  visit  the  cave  town Uplistsikhe (Fortress of the Lord) dating from the 1st millennium BC. The rock-hewn town includes houses, temples, streets, and Roman theatres which were carved out of the cliffs. Drive back to Tbilisi.

Hotel : Stamba Hotel
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 12 - Friday, September 11: Tbilisi

Today is a day to relax or explore on your own.  

Hotel : Stamba Hotel
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 13 - Saturday, September 12: Tbilisi → Baku, Azerbaijan (240nm)

Fly to Baku - straddling the Middle East, Europe and Asia, the enigmatic capital of Azerbaijan sits on the coast of the opal-blue waters of the Caspian Sea, with the Caucasus Mountains to the west.   
 
Upon arrival, we’ll transfer to the beaux-arts-style Four Seasons Hotel perched along the waterfront in the heart of central Baku

Hotel : Four Seasons Hotel Baku
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 14 - Sunday, September 13: Baku

Today we’ll go for a half day city tour of Baku. Step into the history and see the wonders that lie  inside the 12th- century walls of Icheri Sheher, or The Inner City, during our guided tour of this UNESCO World Heritage site. 
 
On the way we’ll stop to savor layered Baklava stuffed with walnuts and spices and pick up jars of homemade jam. 
 
We then stroll along New Boulevard; seaside streets lined with charming teahouses and cafes, and see the cultural insights at the Yarat Contemporary Art Centre and Azerbaijan Stone Museum.  

Hotel : Four Seasons Hotel Baku
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 15 - Monday, September 14: Baku

Today is a day to relax or explore on your own

Hotel : Four Seasons Hotel Baku
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 16 - Tuesday, September 15: Baku → Bukhara, Uzbekistan (670nm)

Fly to Bukhara. Upon arrival, we’ll transfer to the Zargaron Plaza Hotel situated in Bukhara’s historic center. 
 
One  of  Central  Asia’s  oldest  cities,  Bukhara  was  a  legendary  stop  on  the  ancient  Silk  Road,  a  network  of  trade routes  between  China  and  Europe. Recognized  as  a  UNESCO  World  Heritage site  for  its  historic  center,  the  city  remains the  best  example  of  a  well-preserved medieval Central Asian city.

Hotel : Zargaron Plaza Hotel
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 17 - Wednesday, September 16: Bukhara

With our local guide, we’ll explore Bukhara’s historic center. Experience a time when this ancient city was a fabled trading outpost on the  Silk  Road  and  an  intellectual  center  for Islamic  scholars.  Take  note  of  not  only  the impressive  mosques,  religious  schools  and shrines  that  represent  the  best  of  Islamic architecture,  but  also  the  careful  urban planning  that  led  to  the  city’s  UNESCO designation. 

Hotel : Zargaron Plaza Hotel
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 18 - Thursday, September 17: Bukhara → Samarkand, Uzbekistan (115nm)

Fly to Samarkand - one of the highlights of Uzbekistan.  This  small  town  is  packed with strikingly beautiful architecture and so much history.   
 
Upon  arrival  we’ll  transfer  to  Emir  Han hotel, positioned right on the patch of Silk Road  that  famously  connects  Samarkand and Bukhara. 

Hotel : Hotel Emir Han
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 19 - Friday, September 18: Samarkand

Our full day city tour begins with a visit to Registan,  a  central  courtyard  surrounded on  three  sides  by  Madrasahs.  Tillya-Kori, the Sherdor Madrasa on the right and the Ulu  Bey  Medresesi  on  the  left  has  walls covered in intricate gold. The Bibi-Khanym mosque has another great interior courtyard and is located in front of the Siab Bazaar, where you will experience the local food market. 
 
Our  tour  then  continues  to  Gur-E-Amir  complex  and  the  Shah-I-Zinda-Mousoleum  another  magnificent  art  that Samarkand has to offer.  

Hotel : Hotel Emir Han
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 20 - Saturday, September 19: Samarkand → Mary, Turkmenistan (270nm)

 Fly to Mary. Upon arrival, we’ll drive east of Mary, towards Bayram-Ali, to visit the contemporary re-incarnation and humble suburb of the glorious Ancient Merv (UNESCO World Heritage Site).   
 
One of the major archaeological sites of Central Asia, Merv played an important part in the development of the Silk Road  for  more  than  2000  years.  Within  the  limits  of  the  archaeological  park,  which  is  1200  ha,  you  will  have  a chance to observe all constituent parts of the “wandering city”.  
 
 Besides remnants of the cities of Merv, we’ll visit the 6-9th centuries AD forts of Big and Little Kyz-Kalas, excellent examples  of  the  so-called  corrugated  Koshks;  the  splendid  XII  c.  mausoleums  of  Sultan  Sanjar  and  Muhammed ibn-Zeyd, demonstrating exquisite Seljuk period brickwork and architectural decor. If time permits, a possible visit to several more interesting spots within the site.   
 
After  sightseeing,  we’ll  head  back  to  Mary  for  lunch  at  a  local  restaurant.  Then  visit  Regional  Mary  Museum, presenting a wide array of archaeological finds (dating back to the 3rd mill. BC through the late 19th century) from both Ancient Merv and Bronze Age sites as well as interesting ethnographic displays reconstructing the scenes of daily life of the Turkmen population and other minorities of the Murghab oasis.   
 
Today we’ll also visit a local house in a village owned by a painter to see ordinary village life. 
 
At the end of the tour, we’ll check-in to Mary Hotel, located in the city center. It is the largest hotel in Mary city built in  2015.  The  six-floor  hotel  has  a  restaurant,  a  gym,  swimming  pool,  and  sauna.  There  are  tennis  courts  in  the adjoining territory. Apart from that, guests may enjoy shopping in the souvenir and the carpet shops. 

Hotel : Mary Hotel
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 21 - Sunday, September 20: Mary → Ashgabat, Turkmenistan (170nm)

Fly to Ashgabat. Upon arrival we’ll transfer to Yyldyz hotel which has the best views of the capital and the Kopetdag Mountains. 
 
This  afternoon  there  is  an  orientation  tour  of  the  city.    We  will  see  the  Monument  and  Park  of  Independence (looking like a white-marble “Eiffel Tower” standing in a beautiful park) and a rocket-like Arch of Neutrality, beautiful Ertoghrul Gazie Mosque (reminiscent of the Blue Mosque in Istanbul), and the unusual “Palace of Happiness” (the official name for the Wedding Palace). 
 
In the evening we will enjoy a folk show of traditional Turkmen music and songs, see some of Turkmen customs and rituals.  

Hotel : Yyldyz
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 22 - Monday, September 21: Ashgabat: Old Nisa and Arkadash horse farm

This  morning  our  tour  includes  the  World  Heritage  listed  fortress of  Old  Nisa,  the  earliest  of  the  Parthian  Empire capitals. Located in an atmospheric area on an irregular pentagon hill, at the foot of the Kopet-Dag Mountains, Old Nisa  is  a  beautiful  landmark.  Afterwards  continue  to  the  Arkadash  stud  farm,  home  of  the  famous  Akhal-Tekke horse. The breed is one of the oldest in existence and well known for its stamina. Snacks and tea will be provided at the farm.  
 
On  the  way  back  to  Ashgabat  make  a  sightseeing  stop  in  Kipchak,  to  visit  a  complex  of  the  biggest  mosque  in Turkmenistan (called “Turkmenbashi Spirituality Mosque”) and the family mausoleum of the first President.  You will also  visit  the  National  Museum  of  History  (more  than  327.000  objects  on  a  display)  exhibiting  exclusive  ancient artefacts from different historical & archaeological sites of Turkmenistan, such as Old Nisa, Ancient Merv, Kunya-Urgench & others.

Hotel : Yyldyz
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 23 - Tuesday, September 22: Ashgabat → Yerevan, Armenia (660nm)

 Fly to Yerevan, Armenia. Upon arrival we’ll transfer to The Alexander Luxury Collection.   
 
Introducing an exclusive new address to the city’s developing social landscape, The Alexander is heralded as the first luxury international hotel in the historic center of Yerevan. Each of the 114 non-smoking guestrooms and suites features scaled back, minimalist design, grand gold accents and hints of decorative Armenian motifs.   
 
The  Alexander’s  collection  of  bars  and  restaurants  attracts  Yerevan’s  most  discerning  social  scene.  An  all-day menu  is  offered at the signature Gabriel’s  Bar & Lounge, whilst fine dining venue, Atelier 1797  Penthouse Bar  & Grill, is located on the building’s top floor. The wood-paneled, The Keys Aficionado's Private Club, with handsomely designed bar and glass wine cellar, is the perfect place to enjoy a fine vintage, whilst French and Armenian sweet treats can be sampled in the elegant Gabriel's Patisserie, accessible via Abovyan Street. 
 
After  a  short  one  hour  rest,  we’ll  go  for  a  panoramic  drive  of  the  city  Yerevan,  see  Opera  and  Ballet  Building, Presidential House, National Assembly, Republic Square.  Visit the Armenian Genocide Museum and Memorial.
 
Continue to Yerevan Brandy Factory for tour and Cognac tasting.  
 
Visit the Cascade Monument and modern art galleries.

Hotel : Alexander Luxury Collection
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 24 - Wednesday, September 23: Explore the Geghar Cave monastery and Garny Temple

This morning we’ll drive with our local guide to Geghard, one of the treasures of Armenia.   
 
It  is  a  medieval  monastery  in  the  Kotayk  province  of  Armenia,  partially  carved  out  of  the  adjacent  mountain, surrounded by cliffs. It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.   
 
While the main chapel was  built in 1215, the monastery complex was founded in the 4th century by Gregory the Illuminator  at  the  site  of  a  sacred  spring  inside  a  cave.  The  name  commonly  used  for  the  monastery  today, Geghard, or more fully Geghardavank, meaning "the Monastery of the Spear", takes its name from the spear which had wounded Jesus at the Crucifixion, allegedly brought to Armenia by Apostle Jude, called here Thaddeus, and stored amongst many other relics.   
 
Enjoy a private Spiritual Vocal Concert arranged specially for you.   
 
Continue to Garni, a large village in the Kotayk Province of Armenia which is known for the nearby classical temple. En route stop for lunch at a rustic  local restaurant. Enjoy the local food as well as the master class of Armenian lavish bread making.   After lunch, continue to the ancient pagan temple of Garni.  
 
The  Temple  of  Garni  is  a  reconstructed  classical  Hellenistic  temple  and  the  best-known  structure  and  symbol  of pre-Christian Armenia. It is the only "Greco-Roman colonnaded building" in Armenia and the former Soviet Union. Enjoy traditional duduk flute by the temple. 
 
We return back to Yerevan to visit Matenadaran Museum - The Institute of Ancient Manuscripts.

Hotel : Alexander Luxury Collection
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 25 - Thursday, September 24: Yerevan → Kayseri, Turkey (420nm)

Fly to Kayseri, Turkey. Upon arrival, we’ll transfer to the Museum Hotel in Kapakokya.  
 
 The  Museum  Hotel  is  composed  from the  restorations  of  old  ruins  into  a luxury  boutique  hotel.  With  its  unique location  you  can  enjoy  panoramic views  of  the  major  sites  of  the  region including  Avanos,  Goreme,  Love Valley,  Pigeon  Valley,  Red  Valley  and Mt. Erciyes from all its rooms.   
 
The  hotel  founder  is  an  antique collector  that  has  a  great  collection from  the  period  of  Ottoman,  Seljuk, Roman,  and  Hittite.  His  vision  was  to allow  hotel  guests  to  experience  the Cappadocian culture and let them feel the  sense  of  a  living  museum.  All  of the  rooms  and  outer  spaces  are decorated  with  the  priceless  antiques that  are  registered  in  Nevsehir Museum.  During  your  time  at  the Museum  Hotel,  you  will  be  enjoying your time in a real museum with many valuable antiques. 

Hotel : The Museum Hotel
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 26 - Friday, September 25: Balloon Adventure - Goreme – Kaymakli – Fairy chimneys

If the velocity of the wind is suitable today, we’ll have an early bird departure from the hotel for a formidable  “Balloon  Adventure”  over  the enchanting “lunar landscape” of Cappadocia, to hail  the  slowly  rising  sun,  with  a  glass  of champagne.  The balloon ride over Cappadocia at sunrise is an experience of a lifetime, with all the  excitement  of  seeing  from  above,  the farthest “fairy chimneys” of the vast region, as a lunar  landscape,  only  possible  in  one’s fantasies.   
 
We’ll  then  return  back  to  our  hotel.  After Breakfast,  our  tour  continues  to  explore  the most  extraordinary  treasures  of  sacred  art,  the rock-carved churches of Goreme, now an ‘open-air  museum’.  This  museum  hosts  some  of  the finest examples of ninth and tenth century. What survives  at  Goreme  and  other  sites  scattered about  Cappadocia  marks  out  the  region's  rock-cut churches and chapels as one of the greatest museums of medieval art in the world.   
 
Next, we’ll visit another marvel of the region: the ‘underground  city’  at  Kaymakli.  The  enigmatic cellar  villages,  over  40  of  which  have  been discovered  empty,  are  among  the  wonders  of Capp adocia. 
 
After a morning of touring glorious sites in Cappadocia, we will be transferred to a specially-chosen vantage spot where,  white-gloved  country  lunch  has  been  arranged.  Right  in  the  midst  of  the  Cappadocian  landscape  next  to “fairy-chimneys”, this is truly being here! 
 
Another  cultural  experience,  unique  to  this  region,  is  a  visit  to  the  group  of  young  village  girls  from  all  over Cappadocia,  at  their  “Art  School”,  where  they  happily  learn  to  become  masters  of  the  national  art  of  weaving Turkish carpets and kilims to be able to contribute to their traditional dowry, before they get married. 

Hotel : The Museum Hotel
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 27 - Saturday, September 26: Kayseri

Today is at leisure to relax or explore on your own. 

Hotel : The Museum Hotel
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 28 - Sunday, September 27: Kayseri → Bodrum, Turkey (380nm)

Fly to Bodrum situated on the southern Aegean coast of Turkey. 
 
This fabled coastline is where Homer’s heroes were born, where the ancient Greeks consulted their oracles and the Romans built magnificent temples to honor their gods.  

Hotel : Amanruya
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 29 - Monday, September 28: Bodrum

Today we’ll go for a half day city tour and explore the ancient sites from Greek and Roman history dotted across the Aegan coastline, a short drive or sail away, and for centuries the region has been a center of traditional artisan.
 
Turkish crafts. Built in the early 15th century, Bodrum castle remains a medieval relic, fortified with green volcanic stones and marble columns.

Hotel : Amanruya
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 30 - Tuesday, September 29: Bodrum

Today is at leisure to relax and enjoy the hotel amenities on your own. 

Hotel : Amanruya
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 31 - Wednesday, September 30: Bodrum → Milan, Italy (930nm)

Fly to Milan where we will transfer to Como – Immerce yourself in Lake Como. Enjoy a breathtaking setting on the shores  of  Italy's  most  famous  lake,  Mandarin  Oriental,  Lago  di  Como  exudes  romantic  Italian  style  perfectly complemented by timeless Oriental charm. Atmospheric, elegant and incredibly private, the hotel effortlessly blends the romance of the past with the luxury of the present. 

Hotel : Mandarin Oriental, Lago di Como
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 32 - Thursday, October 1: Como

Wiith our local guide we’ll begin an exploration of Como, the lake’s main town, as we discover historic center. After lunch, enjoy a cruise around Lake Como admiring chic hillside villas and hotels against the backdrop of the Alps. 

Hotel : Mandarin Oriental, Lago di Como
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 33 - Friday, October 2: Como

Today is at leisure to relax or explore on your own.

Hotel : Mandarin Oriental, Lago di Como
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 34 - Saturday, October 3: Milan → Reykjavik, Iceland (1510nm)

After breakfast and an in-depth briefing, we’ll launch for our over-water crossing to Iceland and spend the night at Hotel Borg.
 
Dignified  and  imposing,  Hotel  Borg  overlooks  the  beautiful  square  of  Austurvöllur,  in  the  heart  of  Reykjavík, across from Althingi, the Icelandic parliament and the cathedral. 

Hotel : Hotel Borg
Breakfast and Dinner included
Day 35 - Sunday, October 4: Reykjavik, Iceland → Goose Bay, Canada → Home (730 + 875nm)

After breakfast and another in-depth briefing, we will fly to Goose Bay for a technical stop to refuel before flying our separate ways as we head home. 

Breakfast included