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1. Posted by bsong65 (Budding Member 50 posts) 9y

Hey All.

I am a yank and I am taking a quick holiday from Copenhagen to Stockholm..

Ok.. I am going through the Lonley Planet now, but can someone recommend an itinerary for me???

Any suggestions would be great!


2. Posted by NantesFC (Respected Member 531 posts) 9y

Well...exactly how many days will you be doing this for?

3. Posted by bsong65 (Budding Member 50 posts) 9y

i have 10 days

4. Posted by stuthkfl (Budding Member 115 posts) 9y

don't spend more than 4 in copenhagen, use copenhagen card 72hours.

ı dunno stockholm

5. Posted by Herr Bert (Moderator 1384 posts) 9y

I have been to Stockholm for three days, and felt like I had seen everything I wanted to see. There are a lot of museums, and lot of other indoor activities. At least check out the Vasa-museum, and Skansen. I know that there also is a thread about what you can see in Stockholm, so you might want to read that one.

In Copenhagen don't go and wasting your time to see the mermaid. if there would be a chart of most overrated sights, it would be my number one. I took a boattrip, and that also makes a stop at the mermaid, and it will save you the long walk. 4 days would make it possible to make a trip to Roskilde. Also Malmö is really close, you can choose to go by train (using the tunnel/bridge), or make a crossing by boat.

Between Copenhagen and Stockholm you can choose to either fly or train.

Check out if the Copenhagen Card, does have thing to offer to you. I think Copenhagen is small enough to just walk the city, without using public transport. But it would depend a lot on what sights you would want to see, and if/how much you can save using the card.

[ Edit: Edited on Mar 19, 2007, at 5:00 AM by Herr Bert ]

6. Posted by NantesFC (Respected Member 531 posts) 9y

You should probably take day trips from Stockholm to other parts of Sweden. 10 days in Copenhagen and Stockholm (although their nice cities) might be too much