Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Quality real and fake passports,([email protected]),id cards,visas.
  2. 2 Buying a motorcycle in Europe??
  3. 3 northern Italy this fall, dolomites and piedmont
  4. 4 How many miles is a good 'walking tour'?
  5. 5 Pubs showing NFL football in London?
  6. 6 Help/Critique Slovenia Trip
  7. 7 land vs river cruise
  8. 8 10 days in europe
  9. 9 Tips for first trip to UK
  10. 10 European honeymoon help needed
  11. 11 Trip Report Sampling Some of Sicily and Bits of Italy Beyond
  12. 12 Portugal
  13. 13 Lisbon neighborhoods
  14. 14 Leaving Paris. Just a little sad.
  15. 15 Help With Itinerary By Train: London, Paris, Nice, Florence
  16. 16 Planning to visit Italy in first 2 weeks of Jan
  17. 17 Where to stay in Naples?
  18. 18 Rome, Tuscany & Umbria
  19. 19 FCO hotel for late arrival?
  20. 20 Restaurant suggestion Bamberg
  21. 21 Trip Report Browsing Barcelona
  22. 22 Spain December/ January 2018/19
  23. 23 Malaga Christmas lights
  24. 24 Croatia in mid/late October
  25. 25 Looking for Good Eating in Valencia
View next 25 » Back to the top

Sweeden for sure. Denmark or Norway afterwards? Where to be accommodated?

Jump to last reply

Q for those who have already did this tour or for anyone who has more info and advice whatsoever.
I booked a flight ticket for Sweden and was planning to visit Denmark, maybe Norway if i have the time, or vice-versa, Norway first and Sweden afterwards, not sure yet, but by the comments about the communication between Sweden and Norway, it kinda makes me back off on this plan. (Or maybe things got better?)
Anyway, i wanted you to suggest me some cheap but relaxing accommodations. As well as a good location to pick. I''m not looking for something extravagant, nor something empiric such as a roof and a bed and i' m off to go, but something that makes my stay pleasant and as close as "feeling at home" kinda experience. What would you suggest i do? Book in advance or search there? Also, i emphasize on the strategic location. I don't need to be in the centre of tourism as much as the best spot to go from for sightseeing and live the nordic experience and not the touristic one.
The only thing i would like tho about my room is to be spacious. Not to play golf or anything, but i hate the rooms with two beds and a one person moving around kinda situation. Or should it be better to rent an ap? Anyway, i have 6 days to visit two nordic capitals, maybe three if you advice me how, and was thinking to spend maximum 500€ on accommodation and food and transport between the nordic capitals. Am I being crazy here? Can i manage to spend even less, but still have decent conditions?
I am very new to this traveling alone stuff, so please, all the information, the best.
Thank you very much!!

2 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.