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Autorondreis Zweden en Noorwegen
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Autorondreis Zweden en Noorwegen

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Created: Sunday, February 11, 2024 - Departure: Saturday, September 14, 2024
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Created: Sunday, February 11, 2024 - Departure: Saturday, September 14, 2024
Destinations: Odense, Copenhagen, Halmstad, Gothenburg, Oslo, Kristiansand, Vestfold og Telemark, Eidfjord, Bergen, Lillehammer, Karlstad, Jönköping, Malmö, Odense

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14 Sep
Car journey 743 Kilometers - 7h 54m
Utrecht
Odense
14 Sep
1. Odense
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About the destination: Odense, located at Funen, Denmark’s garden island, is the third largest city in the country. Birthplace of Hans Christian Anderson, Odense will inspire you to write fairy tales of your own. Tiny thatched-roof houses line cobblestone streets, and swans do swim in green waterways among weeping willows. At Hans Christian Andersen Hus you can listen to recordings of his stories. The museum includes a library of Andersen’s works and manuscripts, paper cuttings and drawings from his travels. Odense’s old town has a lot of gorgeous and interesting half-timbered houses beautifully restored. It is a delight to stroll around this part of town. Saint Knuds Kirke, or Odense Domkirke is the oldest and biggest church in Odense. The cathedral is mainly build in Gothic style. One of the curiosities of the cathedral is the crypt where you can see on display the skeleton of King Canute and also his brother Benedict. Den Fynske Landsby is an interesting open-air-museum consisting of about 30 traditional buildings of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Egeskov, one of Europe's best preserved Renaissance water castles, looks like a fairy-tale-castle, built on an island in a small lake about 40 km south of Odense. The castle is still inhabited but the wide park of Egeskov is open to the public. Inside the park you’ll find the veteran auto museum, the toy museum, the deer-park, a huge tree-house and a baroque garden-labyrinth. Odense is a charming little town with a rich concentration of galleries and museums and an engaging cultural scene. With its medieval allure and lively atmosphere, Odense has become one of Denmark’s most enchanting destinations.
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15 Sep
Car journey 169 Kilometers - 2h 7m
Odense
Copenhagen
15 Sep
2. Copenhagen
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About the destination: A decade ago, visitors came to Copenhagen just for its canals, cobbled squares, charming streets and pastel painted houses. Now this city is most known for its innovative design, cutting edge architecture and its top-rated restaurants. This historic city of canals has become trendy, cosmopolitan and exciting, without losing its old charms. The fairytalelike port of Nyhavn, the city’s legendary waterfront, is the most traditional sight of Copenhagen, where visitors enjoy the cobbled streets and colorful houses that contrasts with Langelinje quay, where the city’s most famous attraction, The Little Mermaid, is located. Walking along the Langelinje quay, the modern opera house appears on the horizon bringing tourists back into the 21st century. Another of the city’s new waterfront landmarks is the Black Diamond entertainment complex, an additional reason to travel beyond the tiny tourist-focussed centre. The building itself is stunning and provides a unique opportunity to lounge in a deckchair overlooking the water. Two of the coolest areas of the city are Veesterbro and Norrebro, away from the herds of tourists. These vibrant neighbourhoods will allow the most adventurous travelers to mix with the locals and experience the buzzing atmosphere of places like the Norrebro Food Hall, a covered foodie market, or the Ralea, the restaurant where local chefs go to get food after work. Copenhagen’s coolest borough of trendy bars, design stores and eateries, where visitors can experience the culinary revolution the city has to offer, it's just a metro ride from the city centre. The less-travelled island neighbourhood of Christianshavn offers a tranquil glimpse of residential life and canal-side strolls. It’s also home to the “free town” of Christiana, a colourful alternative community built by hippies in the 1970s, which shines with galleries and cafés, and has its own, strict set of rules. Copenhagen is clean, safe and easy to get to know. It is also one of Europe’s greenest cities and its public transport would make New York green with envy. Its centre is reserved for pedestrians and strict anti-pollution laws enforced. It’s an environmentally idyllic spot with plenty of green space and bicycles often outnumber cars, so be careful of stepping out into bike lanes. Wander carefree to the world-famous Tivoli amusement park and the city’s delightful botanical garden, or take to the pavement cafés and restaurants in the summer alongside the locals. Whatever you decide to do in the Danish capital, whether you dig design and dine, or wander in wonder, Copenhagen will keep calling you back like a siren.
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16 Sep
Car journey 190 Kilometers - 2h 15m
Copenhagen
Halmstad
17 Sep
Car journey 138 Kilometers - 1h 36m
Halmstad
Gothenburg
17 Sep
4. Gothenburg
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About the destination: Gothenburg is Sweden's second city and Scandinavia's largest port. Despite this, a great mix of city bustle and small town friendliness has made it famous as Sweden's friendliest city for years. In a nutshell, Gothenburg is a lively city with interesting sights and an unrivalled seaside atmosphere. Poseidon rules the city, the gigantic bronze sea god statue bares his muscles in the middle of Gotaplatsen, the city’s art centre, but his domain extends far beyond. Seafarers auction their catch weekday mornings at the Fiskekorka, meaning fish church. It is an indoor fish market which got its name from the building's resemblance to a Gothic church. Though Gothenburg is a bustling city, it can be pretty and restful, especially in the many parks. Slottsskogen has lakes, birds, and a zoo with Swedish animals. Just beyond are the famous Botanical Gardens, with collections from all around the world. Museums abound, but two are of special interest. The Röhsska Museum, the national museum of Swedish design and applied art and the Gothenburg Art Museum, housed in a magnificent building flanked by the theatre and concert hall, it features a world-class collection of Nordic art. Gothenburg's Cathedral, Domkyrkan, was built in 1815 on the ruins of two earlier churches which burnt down in 1721 and 1802. The neo-classical building is located at Vastra Hamngatan in the middle of the city centre. Gothenburg is not at all an industrial city as such but more a logistic centre. No grim environments or tall chimneys at all. Instead you have a huge amount of green areas, archipelago and loads of sport and culture. The bustle of crowds, the cosmopolitan restaurants, the cafes along the popular Avery, and the nearby western cost of Sweden make this city a humming one.
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18 Sep
Car journey 297 Kilometers - 3h 39m
Gothenburg
Oslo
18 Sep
5. Oslo
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About the destination: Oslo is vibrant and modern with eclectic architecture, edgy nightlife and world-class museums. Located between the Oslofjord and the forests, nature takes centre stage in the capital, where you can sail, ski and hike to your heart’s content just a short distance from the city centre. This is definitely a place for outdoor and wildlife lovers. As you float past luscious green islands and towering rocky outcrops, the city unfolds before your eyes - sprawling out from its compact centre around the quays to the forested flanks of the surrounding hills. Made all the more beautiful by its diversity, Oslo boasts a jumble of modern and ancient buildings that give the city an eclectic feel, with the steel-and-glass Munch Museum giving way to the old-fashioned charms of the City Museum and the craggy medieval walls of the Akershus Fortress, which glowers out over the fjord. Most visitors will find themselves struggling to choose between Oslo’s numerous museums, which offer something for almost every taste: a face-to-face with the haunting image of Edvard Munch’s The Scream at the National Gallery, a chance to stand in the shoes of an Olympic ski-jumper at the Holmenkollen Ski Museum, or a window into history and culture at the unforgettable Viking Ship, Polarship Fram or Folk Museums on Bygdøy. And Oslo is certainly the cosmopolitan heart of Norway, with a rapidly growing café and bar culture, top-notch restaurants, and nightlife options ranging from world-class opera and jazz to indie rock. The capital’s thriving restaurant scene has seen it rewarded with four Michelin stars. The Grünerløkka district is close to the Munch Museum and is teeming with bustling little pavement cafés and chic bars. A thriving, truly vibrant city, the cosmopolitan heart of Norway really does have something for everyone.
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20 Sep
Car journey 320 Kilometers - 3h 51m
Oslo
Kristiansand
20 Sep
6. Kristiansand
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About the destination: Kristiansand (formerly Christianssand) is a town and municipality in Norway, the capital of Vest-Agder Province. By its population, it is the sixth largest municipality in Norway and the fifth largest city in the country, behind Oslo, Bergen, Trondheim and Stavanger.
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22 Sep
Car journey 224 Kilometers - 4h 15m
Kristiansand
Vestfold og Telemark
22 Sep
7. Vestfold og Telemark
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About the destination: It is the southernmost county in eastern Norway consisting of two distinct and separate traditional regions, the ancient counties of Telemark and most of Vestfold.
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24 Sep
Car journey 265 Kilometers - 5h 5m
Vestfold og Telemark
Eidfjord
24 Sep
8. Eidfjord
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About the destination: Eidfjord is one of the most beautifully sited towns in this part of Norway, dwarfed by sheer mountains and cascading waterfalls. Eidfjord's beauty does, however, come at a price. Although it's only accessible by ferry or spiral tunnels, in summer cruise ships arrive on an almost daily basis, and the town can get overwhelmed.
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26 Sep
Car journey 152 Kilometers - 2h 19m
Eidfjord
Bergen
26 Sep
9. Bergen
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About the destination: Clinging tenaciously to the hills surrounding its deeply indented fjord, Bergen’s stunning scenery and exciting cultural tradition make it unique among European cities. Once the capital of Norway, Bergen has always played a leading role in the nation’ history. Squeezed between mountains and bounded by water, the centre of town stretched between the harbour Bryggen and Torgalmenningen, the main square. Bergen’s most sensuous spot is the Torget, at the foot of the harbour, your nose will tell you what’s being sold. Here you can choose fish from open tanks and watch traders net, weight and clean the creature you’ve chosen. Looking towards the right side of the harbour you’ll see the pointed gables of Bryggen’s roofline. This row of heavy-timbered medieval buildings, typical of Hanseatic architecture, has survived half a dozen disastrous fires since its construction in the 16th century. Bryggen now features restaurants, bars and arts-and-crafts workshops. Housed in one of the best-preserved buildings, the Hanseatic Museum presents an interesting picture of commercial activity during those times. Starting from Torget or Bryggen, explore the jungle of houses on the slopes of Mount Floien. A steep hike above these houses will reward you with increasingly spectacular views of Bergen and the fjord beyond. Welcoming Bergen has numerous places for an evening beer or glass of wine. This beautiful and charming city has a dynamic cultural life and lively atmosphere and is the perfect place to explore the Sognefjord and other fantastic Norwegian fjords.
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27 Sep
Car journey 439 Kilometers - 6h 38m
Bergen
Lillehammer
27 Sep
10. Lillehammer
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About the destination: Lillehammer is a small town in the county of Oppland. Lillehammer, in the heart of Norway, is the ideal holiday destination for anyone in search of amazing adventures in the great outdoors. Its museums and cultural centres, such as the spectacular Maihaugen, will leave you enriched and inspired. With 5 ski resorts, the amusement park Hunderfossen Family Park and a myriad of activities for the playful – summer as well as winter – Lillehammer is a paradise for the active young family.
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29 Sep
Car journey 305 Kilometers - 4h 10m
Lillehammer
Karlstad
29 Sep
11. Karlstad
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About the destination: Karlstad is situated half way between Oslo and Stockholm on the northern shore of Lake Vanern in the county of Varmland. Karlstad is known as the sun city of Sweden, the sun has become the symbol of the town and symbolizes the hospitality of the inhabitants and illustrates the warm-hearted attitude of Karlstad. The River Klaralven floats through the city before reaching the Lake Vanern. The old Stone Bridge, Sweden's longest stone arch bridge, spans across the eastern branch of the river. The large and airy market square, Storatorget is the heart of the city centre. There you can visit the Neoclassical Radhuset, the town hall, and the Peace Monument that commemorates the peaceful dissolution of the union between Sweden and Norway. Just east of the market square we find Karlstad Cathedral. You can't miss it as its tower is visible all over the central city. Inside you can admire the altar, made from Gotland limestone with a cross of Orrefors crystal, and the organ. Just beside Karlstad Cathedral is a memorial stone, raised in remembrance of the sailors from the county of Värmland who lost their lives at sea during the Second World War. Karlstad School Museum is located opposite the cathedral. The museum has a large collection of school objects, educational material from mid-19th century and school uniforms. One of the major tourist attractions in Karlstad is the Värmland Museum situated at the corner where the Klarälven River splits. There are a dozen permanent exhibits in the museum that will guide you through the history of Värmland. Sola i Kallsta, the sun in Karlstad, a popular local expression, refers to a nice and happy servant girl that lived in Karlstad in the 17th century. There is a sculpture of her placed outside the Stadshotellet and Bishop's Arms pub. Karlstad is nice, beautiful and friendly and the surrounding Värmland holds a treasure in nature: Tiveden National Park. There you will find swamps, glacial forests and paths along lakes that reflect the wonderful skies that really makes the trip here worthwhile
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01 Oct
Car journey 241 Kilometers - 3h 11m
Karlstad
Jönköping
01 Oct
12. Jönköping
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About the destination: Jönköping is a city in southern Sweden, situated by the southern end of Sweden's second largest lake, Vättern. Jönköping is by many Swedes referred to the Jerusalem of Sweden - this is due to the town's many churches. This beautiful Swedish city is also considered as one of the cleanest cities in the world and is the forestry and agricultural hub of Sweden. They city’s rich history and culture, numerous parks and museums, and the stunning natural beauty make Jonkoping a wonderful tourist destination. Visit the ruins of Visingborg which was once the most beautiful castle in all of Sweden. It was built by Lord Brahe during the 16th century. Most of the castle has been destroyed by the fire. What is left of this magnificent structure is the south wing. Visitors are allowed to explore this side of the castle. There are many other castle ruins around the area of Jonkoping.
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02 Oct
Car journey 291 Kilometers - 3h 4m
Jönköping
Malmö
02 Oct
13. Malmö
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About the destination: Malmo is Sweden's third largest city by population. Once an isolated city on the southern tip of Sweden, Malmo is fast becoming a major multicultural centre. With the completion of the Oresund Bridge in 2000 connecting Sweden to Denmark, Malmo is now only a 30 minute car or train ride from the centre of Copenhagen. With canals, beaches, and historical sites Malmo makes a wonderful tourist destination. Malmo is compact enough that you can walk to most of the major attractions. The historical city centre around the Main Square, Stortorget, offers an interesting mixture of old and new buildings, which can be perfectly explored on foot. West of the main square of Stortorget, there is the old town, Gamla Staden. It's a pleasant area filled with bars, restaurants and some very fine old houses. Some of these include the famous and cute little one storey houses which barely look big enough to house one lonely fisherman. Sankt Petri Kyrka, St. Peter's Church, is tucked away at the back of Stortorget, on Goran Olsgatan. It's a red-brick church, it’s the oldest building in Malmo, and an example of Baltic Brick Gothic from the 14th century. Pride of Malmo, its magnificent City Hall was the largest of its kind when it was built back in 1546. Today's town hall facade in Dutch Renaissance style was added in the 1860s and replaced a neoclassical facade from the beginning of the 1800s. On the facade you can see sculptural ornaments. Lilla Torg translates as "Little Square" and was built in the late 16th century as a commercial area for smaller market traders. Its present-day centrepiece is another of the city's quirky public artworks: the bedside lamp. The square is surrounded by some impressive medieval buildings and is also one of the top nightlife spots in the old city as it is home to many bars and pubs. In the pleasant green parks and coastal suburbs, such as Sibbarp, you get a good glance of the Swedish nature and landscape. Malmo is a creative and inquisitive city and Sweden most multicultural metropolis. Once a grey industrial city, it has reinvented itself as a modern and cool city with a vibrant night life.
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03 Oct
Car journey 203 Kilometers - 2h 19m
Malmö
Odense
03 Oct
14. Odense
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About the destination: Odense, located at Funen, Denmark’s garden island, is the third largest city in the country. Birthplace of Hans Christian Anderson, Odense will inspire you to write fairy tales of your own. Tiny thatched-roof houses line cobblestone streets, and swans do swim in green waterways among weeping willows. At Hans Christian Andersen Hus you can listen to recordings of his stories. The museum includes a library of Andersen’s works and manuscripts, paper cuttings and drawings from his travels. Odense’s old town has a lot of gorgeous and interesting half-timbered houses beautifully restored. It is a delight to stroll around this part of town. Saint Knuds Kirke, or Odense Domkirke is the oldest and biggest church in Odense. The cathedral is mainly build in Gothic style. One of the curiosities of the cathedral is the crypt where you can see on display the skeleton of King Canute and also his brother Benedict. Den Fynske Landsby is an interesting open-air-museum consisting of about 30 traditional buildings of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Egeskov, one of Europe's best preserved Renaissance water castles, looks like a fairy-tale-castle, built on an island in a small lake about 40 km south of Odense. The castle is still inhabited but the wide park of Egeskov is open to the public. Inside the park you’ll find the veteran auto museum, the toy museum, the deer-park, a huge tree-house and a baroque garden-labyrinth. Odense is a charming little town with a rich concentration of galleries and museums and an engaging cultural scene. With its medieval allure and lively atmosphere, Odense has become one of Denmark’s most enchanting destinations.
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04 Oct
Car journey 744 Kilometers - 7h 59m
Odense
Utrecht
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