Day 1: Stockholm     

At Stockholm-Arlanda Airport you will be met by a driver and transferred to your accommodation in Stockholm. Spend the day at leisure.

Overnight in Stockholm.


Day 2: Stockholm

Considered one of the most beautiful capitals in the world , today you can spend the day exploring the city . The city has a lot to offer with it’s grand palaces, museums and world –class restaurants Take a hop on and hop off pass to see the city’s main sights including the old town and Djurgarden, the kings ancient hunting grounds and the museums

Overnight in Stockholm.


Day 3: Stockholm to Borlange ( Sweden )

Start your drive today. When you reach Enkoping explore the Gronso Castle , churches and the Viking Age rock carvings. Continue north to the town of Sala, where you can take tour of the Sala Silver mine or explore the mine museum.

One entering the Dalarna province your first stop is Avesta where you will find the largest Dala Horse in Sweden .

Overnight in Borlänge.

Driving distance approx. 230km. 

If your car rental pick up is on a Sunday or public holiday, please note that the car rental agency doesn´t open their office until 15:00 in the afternoon. We might be able to arrange pickups outside these hours against an extra fee or assist you in rearranging your tour to make it fit. Please contact us for details.


Day4: Borlange to Roros (Norway)

Start the day with a visit to the Gammelgården open-air museum. This museum showcases everything between Stone Age relics to 18th century farms and a school museum.

Next, drive to Roros at the Norwegian border to explore the mining town. It’s a treat to visit this town where the community where old traditions are kept alive.

Overnight in Røros.

Driving distance approx. 415km. 


Day 5: Roros to Lom (Norway)

From Røros, head for Dombås on a scenic drive between the two national parks of Dovrefjell and Rondane. When reaching Dombås you’ll head south through the Gudbrandsdalen Valley before turning west in Otta, just an hour from Lom and nearby the Jotunheimen National Park.

The Jotunheimen area is one of Norways most popular destinations for recreation and sports, and the hiking options are endless. In the Lom area you can also go rafting, horseback riding and canoeing. If you feel like relaxing, the outdoor swimming pool at Dønfoss is also well worth visiting.

Overnight  in the Lom area.

Driving distance approx. 315km.


Day 6: Lom to Sogndal Area (Norway)

Today you can choose between 3 different routes; a shorter drive over Sognefjell and a longer one over Strynefjell on your way south to Norway’s longest fjord, Sognefjorden. Driving over Sognefjell, the highest mountain passage in Norway and the country’s first official tourist road is truly an amazing experience, and will also give you some extra time at your next destination.

Taking the longer road over Strynefjell, originally built in 1895, you will also be driving one of Norway’s official tourist roads, no less impressive than the one over Sognefjell. The third option is the longest route but offers breathtaking fjord scenery. Drive by famous Geiranger and take the ferry on the Geirangerfjord to Hellesylt, from where you can continue south to the Sogndal area.

Spend the night in the Sogndal area.

Driving distance the shortest way approx. 135km. (with detour over Strynefjell/Geiranger approx. 290/340 km)


Day 7: Sogndal to Bergen (Norway)

On your way to Norway’s second largest city, Bergen, your drive takes you past several small and charming fjord villages, such as Lærdal, Aurland, Flåm and Gudvangen. We suggest visiting Flåm in the bottom of the beautiful Aurlandsfjorden to experience the mountainous train ride between Flåm and Myrdal. Your journey then continues through Voss to Bergen.

Spend the night in Bergen.

Driving distance approx. 240km. 


Day 8: Bergen to Geilo (Norway)

Explore Bergen and its historical treasures. Visit the UNESCO heritage site of Bryggen, and strolling along its medieval houses.Spend the first half exploring Bergen and head towards beautiful Hardangerfjorden. Drive through the Hardangerfjorden National park to reach Geilo.


Day 9 : Geilo to Oslo (Norway)

Leave Geilo around noon and drive towards Oslo, the capital of Norway. On this scenic drive, you will pass ski resort villages and travel through beautiful forests and plataues.

Arrive in Oslo and spend the day at leisure

Overnight in Oslo


Day 10 : Oslo (Norway) to Gothenburg (Sweden)

Start the day by crossing the border to Sweden. As you drive along the riverbanks of the Göta älv River towards Gothenburg, take some time to check out the impressive series of locks at Trollhättan to see how the boats are guided through the canal system. And be sure not to miss the Bohus Fortress north of the city.

Spend the night in Gothenburg, the second largest city in Sweden.

Driving distance approx. 325km. 


Day 11: Gothenbug (Sweden) to Copenhagen (Denmark)

Breakfast and then take the time to look around. Pass Helsingborg and take the ferry to Helsinger in Denmark.

In Helsingør we recommend taking a stroll around the pretty town and visiting the Kronborg Castle, made famous in Shakespeare’s Hamlet.

Continue along the sea shore to Copenhagen, where you will spend the night.

Driving distance approx. 270km.


Day 12: Free Day in Copenhagen

Breakfast and then hop into a sightseeing tour boat to explore the Danish capital on a boat tour.  Walk around the city and take a photstop to see the “Little Mermaid”or visit the Amalienbord Palace where three generations of monarchy have lived.

Of course, all visits to Copenhagen must include a stroll along Nyhavn, the canal famous for its narrow, colourful buildings. Here it’s nice to nice to find a seat outside at one of the many restaurants or pubs.

Spend the night in Copenhagen.


Day 13: Copenhagen (Denmark) to the kingdom of Crystal (Sweden)

Drive over the Öresund Bridge back to Sweden. You may wish to look around Ystad with its many small half-timbered houses before driving east to Ales Stenar (“Ale’s Stones”)—a giant stone formation over 1,000 years old. Its prominent location by the south coast makes it one of the most visited sites in Skåne.

Driving along the coast, don’t miss Glimmingehus, one of the best-preserved medieval manors in Scandinavia, dating back to 1499, as well as the Stenshuvud National Park with its rich flora and fauna. The Swedish Punsch museum is another interesting place to visit, containing exhibits from one of the two largest punch beverage factories in the 1800s.

End the day in the “Kingdom of Crystal” (Glasriket) area, where you will spend the night.

approx. 300km.  



Day 14: The kingdom of crystal (Glasriket) to Linkoping (Sweden)

Drive around the “Kingdom of Crystal” (Glasriket) and visit some of its most famous glassworks. There are more than 50 glassworks in this areaThen drive north to Vimmerby and visit the hometown of Swedish author Astrid Lindgren. Next make a stop in Linköping and visit the Old Linköping open-air museum showing what a small town looked like a hundred years ago.

Spend the night in Linköping.

Driving distance approx. 225km.


Day 15: Linkoping to Stockholm (Sweden)

On your way back to Stockholm, we recommend visiting the charming little town of Trosa by the coastline and the 18th-century Tullgarn Castle, which features some of the most beautiful interiors from the period.

Spend the night in Stockholm.

Driving distance approx. 200km.


Day 16: Departure from Stockholm

Enjoy a private transfer to Stockholm-Arlanda Airport when it’s time to head home.

Note: Extra days and activities in Stockholm before or after the tour can easily be added to this package; contact us for details.

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