After we left Iceland, we flew to Bergen, Norway and spent the next two days exploring Norway’s west coast including Sognefjord. Sognefjord is Norway’s largest fjord and is the world’s second largest. The views were absolutely breathtaking and certainly gave Iceland a run for its money! The day we visited the fjords we did not have the best weather, but it was still truly amazing to see the scenery and we have made a note that we want to go back and spend more time in this part of the world.
We then drove across the entire country, including two snow covered mountain passes and made our way to Oslo where we spent a night and then drove to Stockholm, Sweden for a night as well. We moved pretty fast through these two cities but stayed with some local hosts who gave us the lay of the land so we could taste the local flavor in such short stays. It was a lot of driving and probably not the best design, but we are learning as we go…
Our last stop in our Scandinavian tour was Copenhagen, Denmark. We decided to spend three nights here because we had heard so many amazing things about this place and it certainly did not disappoint! The canals, the beautiful homes and all the bikes! It was a pretty spectacular city.
We are currently in Ireland and off to the UK tomorrow, which will be our 15th country!!! We have been moving pretty fast and are naturally quite behind with updating photo galleries and blogs. We will get to it in the next few days (hopefully) as our schedule slows down. Hope you enjoy the photos!