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TOUR BASED

What is better than travel and of course hockey?  Save your answer, we already know what it is!  Nothing gets us more excited than these two things, and especially when you put them together!  We truly will create “Trips of a lifetime!” with these tours.  We take care of all the details for your trip and help to curtail your journey with custom itineraries to hopefully fit what you are looking for.   You will see amazing locations, meet new people, eat extraordinary food and of course hockey in international towns!  We choose  great hotels, private busses and stops that are nothing less than breathtaking.  So hop the globe with us, and play some hockey along the way!

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TOURNAMENT BASED

Looking for a great international tournament?  We are partnered with different groups around the globe that put on great tournaments for you to compete in!  There are a lot of different options we can work with, we just want to know the basics form you.  Where and when, we will take care of the rest.  These tournaments are typically coupled with tours to different cities.  We can create destination stops for tours, simply walking around on your own and of course to play in an exhibition hockey game or two with local teams!   Travel like a pro, but fee free to play like a beer leaguer!   

“Traveling with 4 The love of PUCK  was an adventure of a lifetime. Everyone was easy to get along with, and if I wanted to spend more time exploring the city we were in there was no judgment for not attending a game. Hanging out with the local hockey players was an awesome experience you won’t want to miss though. It’s a true immersion into the local culture. Traveling from town to town in a large comfortable tour bus was very nice as well. It takes a lot of stress out of traveling and also enables you to enjoy the landscape between stops. Looking forward to another trip! ”  – Thomas R.

ITINERARIES

Nordic Hockey Tour
Now booking for Fall 2021!!!

Sweden – Finland – Estonia – Latvia
  • 10 Day trip 

    Stockholm is known as one of the most inclusive and welcoming cities in the world. Its contemporary, urban appeal is balanced with centuries-old history and closeness to nature. As for the things to do in Stockholm, the list is endless.  Spreading idyllically across a Baltic Sea archipelago of fourteen islands, it’s easy to see why the Swedish capital of Stockholm has acquired the nickname “Venice of the north”. It seems as if wherever you look, your gaze is met by water. 

    Helsinki delights travelers with its sea-facing landscape, diverse architecture, world-famous design, and Nordic cuisine. Finland’s capital is compact enough to explore on foot, and many reputable hotels are in the center of the action. Among its many sights are unique churches, a UNESCO-listed fortress, and traditional marketplaces dating back to the 19th century.

    Helsinki’s nightlife scene attracts alternate music fans with numerous concert halls and live bars hosting heavy metal gigs almost every evening. Each year, the city hosts one of Europe’s largest music festivals, featuring renowned metal bands from all over the world. Make the most out of your vacation by checking out for our guide of things to do in Helsinki.

    Tallinn – No longer the plaything of greater powers – Danish, Swedish, Polish, German and Soviet – Tallinn is now a proud European capital with an allure all of its own. It’s lively yet peaceful, absurdly photogenic and bursting with wonderful sights – ancient churches, medieval streetscapes and noble merchants’ houses. Throw in delightful food and vibrant modern culture and it’s no wonder Tallinn seems in danger of being loved to death, especially after a few cruise ships dock. But it’s one of those blessed places that seems to cope with all the attention.

    Riga – The Gothic spires that dominate Rīga’s cityscape might suggest austerity, but it is the flamboyant art nouveau that forms the flesh and the spirit of this vibrant cosmopolitan city, the largest of all three Baltic capitals. Like all northerners, it is quiet and reserved on the outside, but there is some powerful chemistry going on inside its hip bars, modern art centers and the kitchens of its cool experimental restaurants.

    • Flight to Stockholm Sweden (3 Days)
    • Exhibition Games Sweden (2 Games)
    • Overnight Cruise to Helsinki 
    • Helsinki (2 Days)
    • Exhibition Game – Helsinki
    • Transfer to Tallinn, Estonia (2 Days)
    • Exhibition Game – Tallinn
    • Transfer to Riga, Latvia (2 Days)
    • Exhibition Game – Riga
    • Flight home

St. Moritz Cup - Via Switzerland
Now Booking for Fall 2021!!

Zurich – Lucerene – St. Moritz

Zurich is a beautiful lakefront banking city with the splendid Limmat river running through it, exquisite views of the Alps, terrific walking streets, a medieval quarter, and the Niederdorf, a section of town where things start heating up past midnight. It’s typically Swiss in terms of broad decorum and first-rate shopping, a pinnacle in hotel standards, and has a range of upscale restaurants offering sophisticated fare and the country’s best wines.

Lucerne is an ancient town with strikingly modern sensibilities. One of Europe’s oldest covered bridges serves as its centerpiece, and fresco-adorned historic houses line the streets, but it’s also home to the cutting-edge KKL, a concert hall and art gallery. Take the cableways up the Pilatus, Stanserhorn or Rigi mountains for breathtaking views, or see Lake Lucerne on a steamship cruise.

 

St. Moritz is an ultimate ski resort as the birthplace of Alpine winter tourism located in eastern Switzerland. It attracts its guests from all over the world who enjoy a modern Alpine lifestyle, top-class restaurants and hotels. The city lies in the Engadin Valley of canton Graubünden at a sunny lakeside location. St. Moritz’ fascinating cultural heritage is influenced by German, Romansch and nearby Italian speaking populations.

 

 

  • Flight to Zurich
  • Zurich (2 Days)
  • Exhibition Game(s) – Zurich
  • Transfer to Lucerne (2 Days)
  • Exhibition Game(s) – Lucerne
  • Transfer to St. Moritz  – (4 Days)
  • 4-5 Game Tournament Outdoors
  • Transfer to Zurich (1 day)
  • Flight home

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Sample Itinerary

Zurich – Lucerene – St. Moritz

10 Day trip – (Includes outdoor tournament @ St. Moritz)

Lake Como. Now considered one of the most beautiful lake venues in the world. The city of Como is an ancient town over 2000 years old with magnificent churches, stunning lake views, and historic monuments. With its charming streets, boardwalk cafes, chic shops and the world famous Villa; Este Hotel which attracts an array of actors, artists, musicians, world leaders, and tourists every year.

Lake Lugano is shared by Switzerland and Italy and the area around the glacier lake is infused with a mix of Swiss sophistication and Italian passion. Located between Lakes Maggiore and Como, Lugano was first mentioned by Gregory of Tours in 590 AD, who referred to the body of water as Ceresio. It is thought that the original name came from the many cherry trees that once dotted the shores of the lake. In 804 the lake was renamed as Luanasco. Today you can enjoy outdoor sports, beautiful villages, gorgeous views, festivals and delicious food in the Lugano area, which draws tons of tourists every year to its shores.

St. Moritz is an ultimate ski resort as the birthplace of Alpine winter tourism located in eastern Switzerland. It attracts its guests from all over the world who enjoy a modern Alpine lifestyle, top-class restaurants and hotels. The city lies in the Engadin Valley of canton Graubünden at a sunny lakeside location. St. Moritz’ fascinating cultural heritage is influenced by German, Romansch and nearby Italian speaking populations.

Zurich is a beautiful lakefront banking city with the splendid Limmat river running through it, exquisite views of the Alps, terrific walking streets, a medieval quarter, and the Niederdorf, a section of town where things start heating up past midnight. It’s typically Swiss in terms of broad decorum and first-rate shopping, a pinnacle in hotel standards, and has a range of upscale restaurants offering sophisticated fare and the country’s best wines.

  • Flight to Milan Italy
  • Depart to Lecco – Lake Como (2 Days)
  • Exhibition Game – Lecco
  • Transfer to Lugano (2 Days)
  • Exhibition Game – Lugano
  • Depart for St. Moritz, Switzerland (4 Days)
  • 4-5 Game Tournament Outdoors
  • Transfer to Zurich (1 day)
  • Flight home

St. Moritz Cup - Via Germany
Sample Itinerary

Munich – Oktoberfest – St. Moritz

Nuremberg: The second largest city in Bavaria, after Munich, Nuremberg is a warm and pleasant place to spend a vacation. Besides the historical wonders that dot the Old Town, you’ll enjoy a rich culinary tradition in here. Bratwurst (sausages) and gingerbread are 2 delicacies born in the city. Purchase a Nuremberg Fürth Card, which gives you free admission to over 50 museums and attractions for 2 days, and go explore the unofficial capital of Franconia.

Regensburg: The picturesque town of Regensburg is known for being one of the best-preserved medieval cities in Europe and also the oldest city along the Danube along with being a UNESCO World Heritage Site. When you walk through Regensburg you walk through history.

Munich exudes Bavarian enchantment. Beer fanatics should head immediately to the Hofbräuhaus, a hops heaven that’s been churning out the good stuff since 1589. The drinking is downright legendary during Oktoberfest, a celebration of local beers and German specialty foods. Emulate world-class athletes at the Olympiapark, where skating on the Olympic ice rink will make you feel like a champion. The promenade of Marienplatz is perfect for people watching and gawking at the Glockenspiele of City Hall.

St. Moritz is an ultimate ski resort as the birthplace of Alpine winter tourism located in eastern Switzerland. It attracts its guests from all over the world who enjoy a modern Alpine lifestyle, top-class restaurants and hotels. The city lies in the Engadin Valley of canton Graubünden at a sunny lakeside location. St. Moritz’ fascinating cultural heritage is influenced by German, Romansch and nearby Italian speaking populations.

Zurich is a beautiful lakefront banking city with the splendid Limmat river running through it, exquisite views of the Alps, terrific walking streets, a medieval quarter, and the Niederdorf, a section of town where things start heating up past midnight. It’s typically Swiss in terms of broad decorum and first-rate shopping, a pinnacle in hotel standards, and has a range of upscale restaurants offering sophisticated fare and the country’s best wines.

 

  • Flight to Munich
  • Depart to Nuremburg (2 Days)
  • Exhibition Game – Nuremburg
  • Transfer to Regensburg (1 Day)
  • Exhibition Game – Regensburg
  • Transfer to Munich  – (2 Days)
  • Enjoy Oktoberfest!
  • Depart for St. Moritz, Switzerland (4 Days)
  • 4-5 Game Tournament Outdoors
  • Transfer to Zurich (1 day)
  • Flight home

TEAMS

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Got yourself a solid squad? That’s great! Bring it! Let us help you and all your hockey buddies experience the trip of a lifetime! We would love to put you in one of our itineraries or help pull something together that fits the time of year and location you are looking for.

FREE AGENTS

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Do you love to play hockey and travel?  We let us connect you with some new buddies to adventure with!  We love the opportunity to connect folks over this great sport!  As you probably know the hockey community is very unique and we are constantly finding new ways to reach out to players to join in our skates, tournaments, travel and other opportunities!

TAG ALONGS

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You definitely don’t have to play hockey to have a blast on our trips!  Group travel is great way to see some amazing places at a reasonable cost.  The reality is that the games that teams play on our trips are only a small portion of the journey.  There is a lot of time in the stops we make to explore on your own.  You will be well taken care of on this trip with great places to stay, quality transportation, some of your meals taken care of, and hey, if you DO love hockey, the games are a cheap form of entertainment.  Not to mention, the teams you play love to entertain, meet new people and give a taste of their culture. (beer)

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