National Geographic : 1928 Oct
UT, Dalecarlia and Vermland SAGIC names to those who know S we den and its fascinating beauty. You too should visit these lovely provinces, for Sweden is today recognized by experienced travelers as one of the most delightful of all Euro pean countries. Plan your next trip abroad by way of Sweden, visit Dale carlia and Vermland, see Stockholm, the "Venice of the North," and carry home life-long memories of an enchant ing holiday. Nine days direct from New York by the Swedish American Line, or via London or Paris by convenient boat or train service ten hours by air. Through trains from Berlin and Hamburg. Booklet from any travel bureau or write SWEDISH STATE RAILWAYS Travel Information Bureau Dept. 1A 551 Fifth Avenue, New York City SWN SWEDISH AMERICAN LINE New York Direct to Gothenburg The Gateway to SWEDEN * NORWAY - DENMARK in the new de luxe Motorliners "Kungsholm" "Gripsholm" ONLY ships to Scandinavia carrying passengers in First Class. Scandina via's largest and most modern passenger ships-steamless--smokeless, spotless motor-driven - heated, ventilated and served electrically-unexcelled in elegance and comfort-offering the best obtainable in modern ocean travel. Two De Luxe Pleasure Cruises to the West Indies S in the new Motorliner Kungsholm Duration of each Cruise 17 Days From NEW YORK January 19th, 1929 SFrom NEW YORK February 9th,1929 . Ports of Call: Port-au-Prince, Haiti; Kingston, Jamaica; Colon, Panama; Havana, Cuba; Nassau, Bahamas Minimum Fare $200 First Class Only No passport required For information and descriptive literature apply to nearest tourist agent, or Swedish American Line, 21 State Street, N.Y. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."