When we traveled to Scandinavia we had 10 whole days to explore some amazing places. We went to Bergen, Oslo, Stockholm and Copenhagen and here I’m showing you our itinerary. I’ll also tell what worked and what we would do differently.
Day 02 – Bergen – Sognefjord in a Nutshell (whole day) and late in the afternoon we visited Floyen
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*Would we change something? We would have slept more in the first morning. We needed some rest after such a long journey.
Day 04 – Oslo – in the morning we visited museums (Fram, Kon-Tiki and Viking Ship), we also visited Akershus, the Opera House, Ostbanehallen and early in the afternoon we had time to visit the Munch Museum. Also in the afternon we traveled to Stockholm by train. We arrived in the evening and stayed at Hotel Scandic Malmen.
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*Would we change something? We would definitely stay at least one more day in Oslo. The city is great!
Day 05 – Stockholm – Södermalm, Gamla Stan, Kungstradgardem, boat tour, lunch at Östermalmm Saluhal and Vasa Museum.
Day 06 – Stockholm – Museum of Natural History, Gamla Stan, Royal Palace, City Hall and lunch (Smorgasbord) at the Grand Hotel.
Day 07 – Stockholm- in the morning we explored Södermalm and in the afternoon we went to Copenhagen (we arrived in the evening and stayed at Absalon Hotel)
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*Would we change something? No! Our trip to Stockholm was perfect!
Day 08 – Copenhagen – Round Tower, Rosendal Slott, Amalinborg, The Opera, Copenhagen Street Food, Nyhavn, and Tivoli
Day 09 – Copenhagen – City Hall, Amagertorv (pedestrian area), planetarium, IKEA and Tivoli
Day 10 – Copenhagen – Den Bla Planet Aquarium, Toverhalen, Carlsberg Gliptoteck, and Tivoli
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*Would we change something? Even though we liked Copenhagen we would have used one of the days we stayed there to stay longer in Oslo or even Stockholm (our favorites on this trip)
I hope this post can help you plan your trip to Scandinavia!