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Oslo - Copenhagen - Helsinki - Stockholm

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I am planning a August vacation to Scandinavia for 17 days. Here is my tentative schedule. My schedule is fairly flexible but would like to keep the prices as reasonable as possible.

Day 1 - 2 : Oslo (2 days)
Day 3 - 6 : Bergen (3 Days)
Day 7 - 9 : Stavanger (3 days)
Day 10 : Flight to Copenhagen
Day 11 - 12 : Copenhagen (2 Days)
Day 13 : Flight to Helsinki (Reach in the morning)
Day 14 : Ferry to Stockholm (Departure at 5pm and reach stockholm next day morning)
Day 15-16 : Stockholm (2 Days)
Day 17 : Fly back home

Does this sound like a decent plan in terms of days at each city? I would appreciate any advise on the trip, esp. the transportation, sights, hotel suggestions, etc.

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