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Ideas sought for 15 days family vacation to two Scandinavian Countries

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We are four persons (Couple in late 30s and two kids aged 11 and 8) - Indians.
We are planning to travel to two countries out of Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland on a family vacation.
Period of travel is for 17 days in mid May 2013 including travel time from India.
We wont be self driving. Journey through rail and ferries are preferred. We are also open to the idea of using domestic flights.
Budget would be moderate on a scale of budget - moderate - luxury though we understand that some of these countries are costly.
Art museums are not on our must see list.
We had earlier been to Germany and Austria in Europe.
Nature and History attracts us.
Something of interest for the kids is desirable.

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