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Suggestions/comments on Sweden itinerary

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We (3 seniors) are heading to Eruope for about 3 weeks next September. We plan to start in Sweden, spending about a week or so there. This is my tentative itinerary for this part of the trip:
2 nights in Stockholm.,
Rent a car and drive to Oreboro via Uppsala
1 night in Oreboro (this is the area where our ancestors lived)
Drive to Gothenberg for 2 nights, stopping at any interesting places along the way.
Drive to Malmo for 1 or 2 nights, again stopping at interesting places along the way.
Then on to Copenhagen for a couple nights.

Does this itinerary seem reasonable? I haven't done a lot of research yet, so would appreciate any comments or suggestions. This would give us about 1 1/2 days in Stockholm. Is this enough? i'm assuming there will be no problem with driving ourselves in Sweden. I thought that would give us more flexibility, plus the ability to poke around in little towns along the route.

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