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Travel Info

Scandinavian Train Travel: Stockholm to Oslo to Copenhagen

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Travelling by train through the Scandinavian countries is convenient and relaxing. Just hop on, find your seat and you’re off. No waiting in queues at the airport or stripping off for security checks. Stockholm, Oslo and Copenhagen all have modern railways with a choice of tickets depending on your budget and time and beautiful scenery along the way with plenty of opportunity for stop-offs. HostelBookers takes a look at what there is to do along the way on your Scandinavia tour…

Welcome to Sandefjord

Sandefjord is a modern town with great variation. The town has an interesting history, beautiful nature and a variety of cultural happenings. Sandefjord is located 120km south of Oslo. Ryan Airs flights to Oslo (Torp) take you to our local Airport only 10 km outside the town centre.


Jotunheimen !

Jotunheimen National Park is one of Norway’s earliest and most extraordinary national parks.Galdhøpiggen, at 2.469 m Norway’s highest mountain, is a goal for many guests. A large network of pathways enables you to enjoy the landscape. Good memories may be created by the little impressions of people and culture or by the small events.


Travelling from the south, The National Tourist Route Ryfylke starts at the mouth of the Lysefjord in Ryfylke. This is where you first get to encounter Fjord Norway at the Lysefjord in Ryfylke.

The Buer glacier and valley

The Buer glacier is an arm of the majestic Folgefonna glacier. From the centre of Odda it is about 8 kilometres to Buer. From the parking lot you can already see the glacier from a distance. (Photo : Jan - Stefan Knick ).

The Atlantic Road

Have you ever smelled the ocean through an open car window? A short hour's drive north of Molde is the way everyone is talking about; the Atlantic Road. Here you get the real feeling of being close to nature.(PhotoTerje Rakke-Nordic Life-Fjord Norway)


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