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Advice on traveling from Copenhagen to Bornholm

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I'm planning my first real trip for this Summer and would love some advice. My brothers and I will be backpacking in Denmark and southern Sweden, and I have a good itinerary hammered out but would love some opinions.

We plan on flying into Copenhagen and staying for 2 nights. From Copenhagen we intend to go east through Sweden, taking the bus to Malmo, looking around, then on to Trelleborg, and then Ystad. According to Rome 2 Rio there are buses from Malmo to Trelleborg, and Trellborg to Ystad about every hour. We would be leaving early in the morning and just bumming around, looking at interesting stuff in those towns till we end up sleeping in Ystad.

From Ystad we will be taking the early morning ferry to Bornholm. We should be arrivng about 10 am, and spend that day biking and looking around the island, sleeping in a campground north or Ronne. We would spend the next day there sightseeing and then leave the next day on the early ferry to Sassnitz, Germany.

We would check out the white cliffs and the national park north of Sassnitz and the city itself, and then take the train to Stralsund. We would spend the rest of the day in Stralsund and sleep there.

We would then take an afternoon train to Berlin and meet up with our father.

I've been tinkering with the schedule a bit and I believe this should give us time to laze around in Europe while keeping on the move and getting to see some neat stuff. I double-checked the ferry times as they would be the big sticking points and look forward to this.

Anyone have suggestions about what I might be overlooking or might want to check out near those towns without access to a car?

Thanks! Sorry if it was a bit of a word dump.

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