Our starting point was capital of Germany. The advantages of departing from Berlin is that the van or caravab rental is much more economical compared to the high prices on the Nordic countries so we decided to rent a van from Berlin with Europcar and also buy our supplies there (which are also lower prices).
In our trip we will go by ferry from Germany to Denmark and from Denmark to Sweden we will cross the Oresund bridge, which is suspended above the sea.
Ferry Price Round trip with Scandlines for 2 people with a van (includes ticket for the Oresund Bridge): 220,00 €
From there, you will no longer have expenses. In Denmark, Sweden and Norwaythe there are no tolls or additional payments on the road. In Norway you do have Ferries to cross from one place to another over the sea but this is optional, you can do the same itinerary by road.
This was our tour:
Day #1 Rostock-Gedser: We leave from Berlin to the port of Rostock where we took the Ferry direct to Gedser (southern Denmark). We spent the night there.
Day #2 Copenhague: In the morning, we head to the capital of Denmark (three hours drive from the south). There we visited the historical center of the city, did the 2 and a half hour tour with Sandeman’s New Europe and had lunch in the city.
Day #3 Oresund & Malmö Bridge: The next day, we cross from Copenhagen to Malmö, the total duration over the Oresund bridge is only 30-45min. Then we visit the small village of Malmö, have a snack and we continue on the road to get further on our trip.
Day #4 Gothenburg: Arrival in the city, visit to the center, shopping area and its seaport. We take advantage to snack and eat the typical giant cinnamon buns, better known as Hagabullen.
Day #5 Oslo: We visited the city center and the Opera House, from the top where you have views over the city. He had a snack and rest.
Day #6 Fjord route: We arrive in Bergen, the second largest city in Norway and gateway to the fjords, a beautiful fishing village with beautiful colorful buildings. We walked through the port, visited the information point and the city center.
Day #7 Fjord route: We head to the Flåm fjord where we spent much of the morning and had breakfast. Then we head to the Skjolden fjord, using the Ferry Mannheller Ferjekai which costs about 3-4 € and saves you several kilometers of road.
We arrived in Skjolden, better known as the dream fjord, where we spent the afternoon and had lunch.
Day #8 Fjord route: Road to Geiranger, our last fjord and one of the most impressive. We visited his small touristic center, ate and rested at the little tables surrounding the fjord.
Day #9 Return to Oslo: Arrival in Oslo, where we will have lunch and visit the famous ‘Gol Stave Church‘ of medieval Norwegian times.
If you look for the signs it will appear as “Stravkirke” and is located near the Norsk Folkemuseum, Norwegian People’s Museum.
Day #10 y#11 From Oslo we traveled the way back to Denmark stopping in some small Swedish and Danish towns that we found interesting.
Day #12 Arrival to Gedser: We took the ferry back to the Rostock German port. Way back to Berlin we stopped in some small Swedish and Danish towns that we found interesting.
If you like this post, pin it and save it for later! 🙂
Get your 15€ off for your reservation on Booking.com
Claim your 35€ discount on your first booking on Airbnb
Our favorite Travel Search Engine is Skyscanner you can find economic prices filtered by ‘cheapest month’ on your flight search