By Henrik Berezin
Every one state is exclusive, yet all 3 were sure jointly via a typical background because the Viking period. This advisor covers the key towns (Oslo, Copenhagen and Stockholm), in addition to the small cities and the attractive mountains, forests and lakes. The astonishing fjords listed below are lengthy and typically enclosed through mountains. the writer explores the legends, the background, and the nutrition, starting from Sweden's smorgasbord to the two hundred forms of fish eaten in Norway!
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Additional resources for Adventure Guide Scandinavia: Sweden, Norway, & Denmark
110 km Gothenburg . . . . . . . . . . . . . 180 km Copenhagen. . . . . . . . . . . . . 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.
You will find this route on most maps and, if you don’t, you can ask any tourist office for maps of the Marguerite Route. Sometimes, however, the highways are your only choice. Driving across the Great Belt, for example, on the bridge connecting Sealand with Funen, you will need to take the E20 and also pay a toll of 245 kr. With the exception of the Great Belt Bridge, Danish Introduction Driving in Norway 42 n Getting Around highways and bridges within the country are toll-free. Car-ferries, on the other hand, such as the ones found in the South Funen archipelago, are not free of charge.
A prince by the name of Carl accepted the position as king of Norway and changed his name to Haakon VII. Since 1905, the three Scandinavian countries have had no serious disputes – so far. n Population Sweden Sweden has a population of about nine million people with a population density of 19 people per square km. Most of them live in urban areas. Stockholm is the capital and biggest city with 750,000 residents, Gothenburg is second with 470,000 people and Malmö, the third-biggest, has about 270,000.