Autorondreis Zweden | Noorwegen Annika
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Autorondreis Zweden | Noorwegen Annika

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Created: Tuesday, November 21, 2023 - Departure: Saturday, May 4, 2024
Ref ID: 7143112
Total price From 2.237 €
Created: Tuesday, November 21, 2023 - Departure: Saturday, May 4, 2024
Destinations: Kiel, Gothenburg, Orebro, Mora, Røros, Hemsedal, Vradal, Kristiansand, Hirtshals

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04 May
Car journey 530 Kilometers - 5h 39m
Utrecht
Kiel
04 May
1. Kiel
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About the destination: Kiel is the capital city of the German state of Schleswig-Holstein, located at the Baltic Sea at the end of the "Kieler Förde". The shores of the bay of Kiel are dotted with busy, well-sheltered seaside resorts such as Stein, Strande, Schilksee, Schönberger Strand, Laboe and Heikendorf. The northern part has also been hosting sailing regattas for over a century and every year in June thousands of sailing enthusiasts flock here from all over the world to take part in "Kiel Week". Kiel is well-known for a variety of international sailing events, including the annual Kiel Week at the end of June which is the biggest sailing event in the world. The town hall was built between 1907 and 1911, and is overlooked by a 106 m high tower. From the upper gallery one has a view over the entire harbour, as far as the Naval memorial in Laboe.
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04 May
Transport from Kiel to Gothenburg
Stena Line
Stena Line - Stena Line Stena Germanica
17:45 - Kiel, Port of Kiel
09:15 - Gothenburg, Gothenburg Pier
+1 day 15h 30m Nonstop
Accommodation / Seating:2-persoons hut (Binnen, Stapelbedden)
Cabin Class: Economy
05 May
2. Gothenburg
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About the destination: Gothenburg is Sweden's second city and Scandinavia's largest port. Despite this, a great mix of city bustle and small town friendliness has made it famous as Sweden's friendliest city for years. In a nutshell, Gothenburg is a lively city with interesting sights and an unrivalled seaside atmosphere. Poseidon rules the city, the gigantic bronze sea god statue bares his muscles in the middle of Gotaplatsen, the city’s art centre, but his domain extends far beyond. Seafarers auction their catch weekday mornings at the Fiskekorka, meaning fish church. It is an indoor fish market which got its name from the building's resemblance to a Gothic church. Though Gothenburg is a bustling city, it can be pretty and restful, especially in the many parks. Slottsskogen has lakes, birds, and a zoo with Swedish animals. Just beyond are the famous Botanical Gardens, with collections from all around the world. Museums abound, but two are of special interest. The Röhsska Museum, the national museum of Swedish design and applied art and the Gothenburg Art Museum, housed in a magnificent building flanked by the theatre and concert hall, it features a world-class collection of Nordic art. Gothenburg's Cathedral, Domkyrkan, was built in 1815 on the ruins of two earlier churches which burnt down in 1721 and 1802. The neo-classical building is located at Vastra Hamngatan in the middle of the city centre. Gothenburg is not at all an industrial city as such but more a logistic centre. No grim environments or tall chimneys at all. Instead you have a huge amount of green areas, archipelago and loads of sport and culture. The bustle of crowds, the cosmopolitan restaurants, the cafes along the popular Avery, and the nearby western cost of Sweden make this city a humming one.
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05 May
Car journey 284 Kilometers - 3h 29m
Gothenburg
Orebro
05 May
3. Orebro
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About the destination: Örebro is a modern city located in the small province of Närke in Svealand in south central Sweden. The county offers a diversity of landscape, historical and cultural traditions. Many homesteads and old smelting-houses bear witness of past centuries when iron was mined in the northern part of the county. The centre part is dominated by large areas of farmland, estates and small industrial communities. Fishing and boating characterize the districts around the lakes Vättern and Hjälmaren. Örebro Castle stands in the centre of this modern town, surrounded by a moat. A defence tower was built here in the 13th century and remained pretty much intact until the Renaissance came along and a new castle was built in 1560.
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08 May
Car journey 257 Kilometers - 3h 31m
Orebro
Mora
08 May
4. Mora
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About the destination: Mora is a city in the Dalarna province. The earliest found buildings in Mora are from the 7th century. Some of the buildings can today be found in Mora's open air museum Zorns gammelgard. Ice hockey is blooming in Mora. A small miracle on ice is taking place in town. Ice hocking is a very famous tourist activities in this destination.
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11 May
Car journey 313 Kilometers - 4h 22m
Mora
Røros
11 May
5. Røros
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About the destination: Røros is a municipality in Trøndelag county, Norway. It is part of the Gauldalen region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Røros. Some of the villages in Røros include Brekken, Glåmos, Feragen, Galåa, and Hitterdalen. The mining town of Røros (the administrative centre of the municipality) is sometimes called Bergstaden which means "mountain town" due to its historical notoriety for copper mining. It is one of two towns in Norway that were historically designated "mining towns", along with the "silver-town" of Kongsberg. The modern-day inhabitants of Røros still work and live in the characteristic 17th and 18th century buildings which have led to its designation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980. Røros has about 80 wooden houses, most of them standing around courtyards. Many retain their dark pitch-log facades, giving the town a medieval appearance. The 1,956-square-kilometre (755 sq mi) municipality is the 32nd largest by area out of the 422 municipalities in Norway. Røros is the 187th most populous municipality in Norway with a population of 5,623. The municipality's population density is 3.2 inhabitants per square kilometre (8.3/sq mi) and its population has decreased by 0.8% over the last decade.[3]
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14 May
Car journey 409 Kilometers - 6h 12m
Røros
Hemsedal
14 May
6. Hemsedal
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About the destination: Stable snow conditions and plenty of ski lifts and slopes have made Hemsedal, an alpine ski resort in the mountains halfway between Oslo and Bergen, one of the largest and most popular places for winter holidays in Norway.
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14 May
Accomodation
3 Nights
17 May
Car journey 290 Kilometers - 4h 35m
Hemsedal
Vradal
19 May
Car journey 173 Kilometers - 2h 30m
Vradal
Kristiansand
19 May
8. Kristiansand
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About the destination: Kristiansand (formerly Christianssand) is a town and municipality in Norway, the capital of Vest-Agder Province. By its population, it is the sixth largest municipality in Norway and the fifth largest city in the country, behind Oslo, Bergen, Trondheim and Stavanger.
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19 May
Transport from Kristiansand to Hirtshals
Fjord Line
Fjord Line - Fjord Line
15:00 - Kristiansand (Harbour)
18:55 - Hirtshals (Harbour)
3h 55m Nonstop
Accommodation / Seating:Ruimte op het dek
Cabin Class: Economy
19 May
9. Hirtshals
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About the destination: Hirtshals is a town and seaport on the coast of Skagerrak on the island of Vendsyssel-Thy at the top of the Jutland peninsula in northern Denmark, Europe. It is located in Hjørring municipality in Region Nordjylland. Located on the Skagerrak, it is especially known for its fishing and ferry harbours.
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19 May
Car journey 948 Kilometers - 9h 36m
Hirtshals
Utrecht
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