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Norway, Sweden, but have to make it to Marseille

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Hello my friend and I will be traveling to Bergen Norway this coming June. We would like to spend 5 full days in Norway, primarily Bergen region and the fjords. We're both up for big hikes but are both graduating college and are on a budget. Does anyone have suggestions on a plan or route? We would then be leaving to Stockholm and are open to see as much of Sweden as we can.. Any unusual or esoteric places you might know of do share. We are both videographers but are traveling just to meet people and to explore Scandanvia. We will be arriving in Norway Jun 18th and we have to be in Marseille France by June 28. The best option I have found so far is to fly from Stockholm to Copenhagen. Spend a night in Copenhagen or longer if time and money permits, then leave to Marseille.

Curious of travelers and locals' thoughts. Nothing is set in stone but our dates.

(and yes it's ironic we're traveling to very expensive part of the world as former college students but we re pretty dead set on visiting Scandanvia, I have no doubt I will admire the people and the landscape)

many thanks,
grant

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