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15 day Scandinavia itinerary

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Hello! I am planning a trip for next year to Sweden, Denmark, and Norway and would like some input on my itinerary! I will be using train/bus/ferry to travel, and would like to see a mixture of cities and nature. I want to see as much as possible, but also want to enjoy the quality of my time and not feel I am spending all my time on transportation. Mainly I am looking for feedback on the following:

1. Is this too rushed?
2. Does it seem like there will be plenty of opportunities for hiking/biking/nature in maybe at least/around half of these places?
3. Should I cut out something (i.e., Malmo and/or Sigtuna), and if so where could I better distribute that time?

My idea involves 1.5 days in Stockholm, .5 day in Sigtuna before flying to Visby, 2 days in Visby, 1 day each in Gothenburg and Malmo, 1.5 days in Copenhagen, 1 day in Oslo, 1 day taking the Nutshell itinerary as far as Gudvangen, 2 days in Gudvangen/Bergen, and 1.5 more days in Stockholm. In other words:
Day 1 - land at Vasteras airport in the afternoon, spend the day in Stockholm
Day 2 - Stockholm
Day 3 - AM train to Sigtuna, spend a few hours, go to Arlanda airport and take a PM flight to Visby
Day 4 - Visby
Day 5 - Visby; PM flight to Gothenburg
Day 6 - Gothenburg
Day 7 - AM train to Malmo
Day 8 - AM train to Copenhagen
Day 9 - Copenhagen; PM ferry to Oslo overnight
Day 10 - Oslo
Day 11 - AM train to Flam, Ferry to Gudvangen
Day 12 - Hiking around Gudvangen or Bergen
Day 13 - Bergen
Day 14 - AM flight to Stockholm
Day 15 - Flight out

Thanks!

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