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Sweden and Denmark

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I am at a bit of a loss planning my trip to Sweden and Denmark next month. I arrive in Stockholm on September 12th and fly out of Copenhagen on September 20th.

I obviously know that I would like to spend at least 2 nights in Stockholm and 3 nights in Copenhagen. Should I just stick to these two cities or is it worth it to try to stop somewhere on the way to Copenhagen?

I'll add that I am a very laid-back, easy-going traveller. I don't like to plan too much in advance to leave room for spontaneity. I also enjoy exploring cities as well as being in nature. Basically, there's not really a whole lot I *don't* like doing while traveling and I am open to any and all suggestions.

As much as I would like to also be able to visit Norway, I don't think it's going to happen this trip so I'd like to stick to Sweden and Denmark.

Any recommendations for places/things to see in the surrounding areas of the two cities?

If you were me, what would your plans look like for the time?

Thanks in advance!

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