Adventure Guide Scandinavia: Sweden, Norway, & Denmark by Henrik Berezin

By Henrik Berezin

Every one kingdom is exclusive, yet all 3 were sure jointly via a typical background because the Viking period. This consultant covers the key towns (Oslo, Copenhagen and Stockholm), in addition to the small cities and the attractive mountains, forests and lakes. The miraculous fjords listed here are lengthy and customarily enclosed through mountains. the writer explores the legends, the heritage, and the nutrients, starting from Sweden's smorgasbord to the 2 hundred forms of fish eaten in Norway!

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500 km Stockholm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 450 km Traffic Regulations All European drivers’ licenses are valid. Vehicles not registered in Sweden must display a nationality sign. Lights need to be switched on even during daylight hours. Drivers must use dipped headlights or special daytime driving lights at all times throughout Scandinavia. By Car n 45 Safety The use of seat belts is compulsory in Scandinavia for both front and back seats. If seat belts have not been installed for all seats, you must use those seats that have belts as far as possible.

The downside of this if you’re visiting in the summer is that you might miss out on some of the scenic tourist roads without even knowing about it. Driving in Norway can be as much of an adventure as transportation so read the Getting Around sections and any sightseeing suggestions in the chapters before you travel. Driving in Denmark Driving in Denmark is easy since the country is flat and quite small. You should always look for the square signs with flowers found all over Denmark, indicating a particularly nice road stretch known as the Marguerite Route.

However, this mostly applies to those flying into Norway; when crossing the borders within Scandinavia, for example by car, bus, train or boat, you will rarely need to show your passport. Citizens of the UK and outside the EU are required to bring their passports when entering any of the Scandinavian countries. Visas Visitors staying less than three months only need passports and are not required to obtain visas. This applies to other European countries, North America and many other regions Introduction The big cities, such as the three capitals, Stockholm, Oslo and Copenhagen, are well worth visiting year-round, but are still recommended mostly for the summer when most attractions stay open much longer.

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