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Few if any countries in the world has a long a riverally as that of Denmark and Sweden. But today we are good friends and neighbours and only beat the Swedes in football. 

It is often easier describing something by using the opposite example, and though Denmark and Sweden are very similar in many perspectives there are also many (more?) contradistinctions. On this tour we use both similarities, differences and the shared history to tell about Denmark and Sweden from the Viking era and forward to today. This tour is a bit like a pearlstring, the stops are the pearls but part of the beautu lies in the drive in the beautiful Swedish nature between the stops. 




Two countries in one day – loads of history – beautiful nature.


Meeting point: At request

Destination: Southern Sweden – Copenhagen – Zealand – Malmö – Lund – the Oresund Bridge

Duration: 6 hours

Included: Guide & driver, pickup / drop-of, flexibility, free wifi

Excluded: Lunch


Pricing: from $900 USD

Number of people: 1-3 pax (for 3+ people and larger groups, please get in touch for a price quote).


Øresund Bridge



The Øresund Bridge, also known as the Øresund Link, is a combined railway and road bridge that connects the Danish capital of Copenhagen with the Swedish city of Malmö

Malmö is a city in the south of Sweden, located just across the Oresund Bridge from Copenhagen, Denmark. It is the third-largest city in Sweden, known for its charming old town, modern architecture, and vibrant cultural scene.

Lund is a city in the south of Sweden, located about 15 kilometers east of Malmö. It is known for its rich history, beautiful architecture, and world-renowned university. Lund also has a charming old town, with narrow cobblestone streets, historic buildings, and picturesque squares. The city's main square, Stortorget, is a popular gathering place for locals and visitors alike, and it is surrounded by cafes, restaurants, and shops.

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