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visiting Scandinavia beyond the capital cities

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We want to return to Scanadavia for 2 weeks this summer, spend a few days in Copenhagen and Stockholm, but also visit new towns/cities. We don't want to drive, but happy to take trains or fly or even a boat and enjoy historic towns, walking thru towns and botanical gardens, eating well, visiting museums and admiring local architecture. I've read a bit about Gothenburg and Aarhus. The alternative, as someone has suggested is day trips from both cities. That's certainly another possibility. We visited Norway and did Norway in a Nutshell and enjoyed it a great deal.

Looking forward to recommendations from other travel fans

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