We went to Copenhagen by Storebæltsbroen, the second longest suspension bridge in the world that connects the Funen and Zealand islands. We continued towards Sweden by the Oresund Bridge, being the longest train-road combined bridge in Europe.
In the first visit in Norway, in Fredrikstad, highlights the cathedral and especially his fortress by being the only one in Norway that is preserved as it was. We done a quick visit to the capital of Norway, focusing only on the Frogner Park and Holmenkollen.
On this day highlights the Neo-Gothic cathedral, the fortifications built on the coast and the fish market of Kristiansand, the Hollenderbyen (Neighborhood of the Dutch), 1720 of Flekkefjord and the Stavanger Cathedral in Romanesque and Gothic style.
A journey to the top of the Prekestolen is a unique experience. The rock itself is a projection that faces the Lyse Fjord (Fjord of Light) with a cliff of 604 meters. The plateau in the top is about 25 x 25 meters and, of course, there is no railing!!!
Låtefossen has a total height of 165 meters and its water comes from Lake Lotevatnet. The Waterfall Voring has a vertical fall of 145 meters, and a total fall is 182 meters. Hardanger is considered the garden of the Norwegian fjords.
Bergen is located among a group of seven mountains and seven fjords that made it in the gateway to this spectacular geographical feature. If you walk by its sea front (Bryggen) we see the beautiful wood roofs.
Nærøyfjord is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Jostedal is the largest glacier in continental Europe. This glacier has more than 50 branches, including the famous glaciers Briksdalsbreen and Nigardsbreen.
Geiranger is the fjord by excellence, of 16 kilometers long and 288 deep. The main attractions are their waterfalls (The Seven Sisters, the Bridal Veil and the Suitor) and the abandoned farms of Skagefla and Knivsfla.
Lillehammer was host city of the 1994 Winter Olympic Games. It is known for being a typical venue for winter sporting events. Lysgårdsbakken Stadion is a ski jump hill in Lillehammer.
Stockholm is built on 14 islands. Bridges, docks and locks linking the different parts of this Viking village. The city is divided into several areas: Gamla Stan, Norrmalm, Södermalm, Östermalm, Vasastan, Kungsholmen y Djurgården.
Our second day trip to this city was dedicated to the neighborhoods of Djurgården and Kungsholmen. In the first one stands out the building of the City Hall, Stadshuset, built with red brick. In the second one highlights the Vasa Museum, a ship museum.
Today we visit the capital of Denmark. We rent bikes for travel the downtown, consisting of five pedestrian walks: Town Hall Square, Stock Exchange, the Royal Theatre, the harbor district of Nyhavn and the statue of "The Little Mermaid".