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Denmark, Norway, & Sweden Transportation

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Let me begin by thanking everyone so far who has helped me out on my trip planning. I finally booked my air flight and hotels for my vacation to the Scandinavian part of the world.

We start with flying into Copenhagen and staying there for 3 days. On the fourth day we will fly into Bergen where we will stay for two days. On the third day we will take the Norway in a Nutshell and end up in Oslo. We will be in Oslo for 3 days and on the fourth day leave for Stockholm. Here we will stay three days before departing for home on the fourth day.

Now for my question: Is it possible to see the sites in the four cities without having a car? We do not plan on renting a car and using planes to get between countries. Any help would be appreciated.

As always thanks in advance for your help.

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